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overview window, etc

PostPosted: Thu Aug 13, 2009 2:40 pm
by Glenn
Hi Derek,

It's not being populated when a file is loaded*; I see either black or the desktop. Selecting 'overview' from the menu won't bring it up either. Spectrogram appears alright, but doesn't scale properly with the main window. This appears to be a display issue as I can still navigate through the file by clicking in the overview window - I just can't see where I am in the file.

A few other things:

-track preferences (ie gapless) is not being retained between sessions
-my 1st session was not saved when ouputting the file. Works ok with autosave applied.

Regards,

Glenn

*edit: This is with 24/96 files; it does work properly with merged files, or with single 16/44. Also the signature is blanked out as well.

PostPosted: Fri Aug 14, 2009 3:05 pm
by Derek
Hello Glenn

It's not being populated when a file is loaded*; I see either black or the desktop. Selecting 'overview' from the menu won't bring it up either. Spectrogram appears alright, but doesn't scale properly with the main window. This appears to be a display issue as I can still navigate through the file by clicking in the overview window - I just can't see where I am in the file.


Well done again. Another bug I missed. This one was quite easy to track down. it'll be fixed in the next beta - out soon!

-track preferences (ie gapless) is not being retained between sessions


The gapless setting is determined by the setting in Auto-Scan Options. If you change it via the Tracks menu, it's just a one-off change that 's not preserved between sessions.

my 1st session was not saved when ouputting the file. Works ok with autosave applied.

I'm not sure I understand you but a session is not normally saved when you save a file; you need to explicitly use the Save Session command; or use the Autosave Session option.

Does this explain what you report?

Thanks again for your reports. They are invaluable.

PostPosted: Fri Aug 14, 2009 4:15 pm
by Glenn
Hi Derek,

Yes, thanks for correcting me on the track gaps and saving sessions. It's been awhile since I've had to deal with these. All the old registry values were lost when I installed XP.

Sorry about that. :oops:

Glenn