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Old 05-12-2009, 02:54 PM
naughty G naughty G is offline
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Default Replace Region BUG


in our PT HD 7.4.2 systems, running Leopard on Mac Pros, we have found a bug in the replace region functionality: it will not work on the first (top) track in a session (!). It works fine on any other track, just not the top one.
Currently the workaround is to move the top track down, or create a new track and place it above, but it is rather annoying.

Any chance of having this problem looked at?
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Old 05-13-2009, 04:50 PM
fman fman is offline
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Default Re: Replace Region BUG


However i'm running 7.4cs6 on a Quad G5.

This bug has been around since i think 7.x when they changed Replace region so you can't use it without the "Show Auto-Created Regions" switched on.

The work around is pretty simple. Just drag your track down lower in the edit window.

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