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Old 03-24-2019, 11:15 PM
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Default small precise movements of the selector tool

I zoom way in on a wave file and I click on the selector tool. I want to be able to move the selector tool placement with my RIGHT and LEFT arrow key just a tiny bit but it does not work. It works like this in soundforge and I miss it.

I can use a roller ball mouse and turn on scrubber tool and get it exact but its a pain and takes a long time.

Is it impossible to zoom way in on a file and click the selector tool and then is there no way to move the placement of the selector tool LEFT or RIGHT just a tiny bit with the keyboard.
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Default Re: small precise movements of the selector tool

Nudge.
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Default Re: small precise movements of the selector tool

Ok let me take a look at Nudge I knew it had to be possible

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Default Re: small precise movements of the selector tool

Exactly. Nudge. Uses + and - keys. You can set the nudge value all the way down to 1 sample.
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