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Old 10-08-2019, 06:42 AM
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Default Random zoom change in MIDI editor

This one I can probably put down to adding a new plugin from Plugin Alliance (the Lindell GX500 preamp) and something got reset in PT but I've got to ask if anyone else has seen PT 2019.6 change on it's own the zoom setting (vertical & horizontal) in the MIDI editor? Resetting the horizontal setting is easy but the vertical is a right pain and not intuitive like the horizontal. This happened across both old sessions and a new one I created specifically to test out this zoom business.

What it looked like was everything was zoomed out to the max so notes were all microscopic.
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