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Old 02-03-2019, 11:43 PM
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Default Represtinate previous memory location

Anyone can perform such task that I would find very useful:

Let's say I start from a memory location n. 1. I'm doing my job and move things around. Now the memory location I started from is completely changed as I added inserts, views, changed the height of some tracks and so on.
While working I realized something needs a fix in the kick bass relation so, as I have a memory location, I use it to go to edit in details those 2 tracks.
I finish my edit and I would like to go back exactly where I was before but if I press .1. I will be brought back at the starting point with a completely different configuration.

Is there any way to go exactly where you were before changing memory location?
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