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Old 03-25-2002, 03:49 AM
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Default Audio Regions Display Problem & Grabber Problem

I have looked everywhere to find this and haven't been able to yet. When I start a NEW PTLE session in Windows, begin recording tracks, etc. The Audio Regions display is never present anywhere. If I use non-destructive recording to track with, I can never "find" previous versions of the track. Is there any way to make the Audi Regions window pop-up?

Secondly, the Grabber options are never visible or available while I am placing the mouse over the grabber tool. Is this a bug? According to the manual and the demo, there should be a drop-down menu available on the Grabber tool icon. I can't see it on my system!

Thanks in advance
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