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Old 05-19-2017, 08:34 AM
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Default Bug with "shift R" on audio/midi group tracks

In the next version of PT, if it happens one day, it would be good to fix this bug, specific to Mac.

If I have a group of 2 tracks, 1 audio and 1 midi, the shortcut "shift R" does not activate the two tracks, but only the audio (and the opposite: it does not disable them either). On Windows, yes.

An Avid technician has already told me that he put it in the list of bugs. Early 2016 ...
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