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Old 11-08-2007, 09:53 AM
ecki ecki is offline
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Default Waves Plugins not really compatible?

Hi,

I´ve got a little, but nervious problem:

If you have opened an edit window from a Waves-Plugin (e.g. L2, L3, Trueverb...) and edited some parameters, the cursor of the mouse has activated the last edited parameter.
If you press now the button "toggle Waveform/Automation" on your keyboard nothing happens!
You have just to activate the edit window bevor the function works!
This is only by Waves-Plugins! Other products are working fine with the "Toggle Waveform/Automation" button.
Has anyone an answer for this problem?
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