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Old 12-23-2016, 06:38 PM
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Default Re: Bug?: Import Session Data Window Too Big

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On a standard MacBook Pro, Pro Tools 12.5.2 has a similar issue where the "MATCH TRACKS" section gets squeezed to only allow seeing one or two track names at a time. The Scroll buttons are basically as big as the sliver of space allotted for the tracks.
Why can't we have resizable sections, as I definitely prioritize the bottom two areas over any of the initial info in the top 2 sections...
Since repeat visits retain the "previous" values for TimeCode, Import Options, etc. why not make the only area that requires a selection the largest space hog?
I am having a similar issue except in the MATCH TRACKS section I cant see ANY of the session tracks???
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Old 03-25-2017, 10:20 PM
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Old 03-25-2017, 10:36 PM
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Default Bug?: Import Session Data Window Too Big

If your OS supports "Double Click on Title Bar...", this will maximize the Import Session Data window and enlarge the Match Tracks area.

Usually this also moves the "OK" button below the screen edge, so you need to double click the top bar again when done to Cancel or "OK".
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Old 03-25-2017, 10:55 PM
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If your OS supports "Double Click on Title Bar...", this will maximize the Import Session Data window and enlarge the Match Tracks area.

Usually this also moves the "OK" button below the screen edge, so you need to double click the top bar again when done to Cancel or "OK".
Thanks very much for your reply !

Where would I find "Double Click On The Title Bar Option'?
I tried to double click on the Import Session Data Window title bar but nothing seemed to happen.

Cheers

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Mac OS El Capitan and Sierra:
https://support.apple.com/kb/PH21915...ewlocale=en_US


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Old 03-25-2017, 11:36 PM
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Default Re: Bug?: Import Session Data Window Too Big

Hey Brian,

Thanks a bunch for the links.
I've found a workaround thats pretty annoying but workable.
The double click thing doesn't seem to work as it seems to make the Import Session Data window so large that I can't access the 'DONE/Cancel' button at the bottom of the window as it's disappeared off the bottom of my screen.
If I temporarily change the screen resolution in system prefs I can view the session data window, make my selections, then change the resolution back... total PITA
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Default Re: Bug?: Import Session Data Window Too Big

I had the same problem with Pro Tools 12 in Windows 7. Changing the resolution did not help, but I found a solution by changing the orientation from landscape to portrait, which flipped the screen on its side, making it long enough to fit the window I had opened. It was awkward to work the mouse, but once I completed the settings on the window, I closed it, set it back to landscape, and everything worked.
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