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Old 10-19-2010, 06:37 PM
Serge Perron Serge Perron is offline
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Default mix window does not follow c24 send selection


In My Pro Tools Mix window, for various reasons I like to keep the Sends A-E view to Send A view rather than Assignments view. With my Command 8, when I switch from Send A to another Send, the PT Mix Window follows and switches every channel to view the new Send selected on the Command 8. I'm trying to get the same functionality on my c24. Simply pressing a send button on the c24 presently does not switch the view in the Mix Window. I couldn't find an obvious answer from the manual or this forum. I hope it's possible. Any ideas?

Meanwhile, I'm glad I have Quickeys.

PT HD 7.4.2, 10.5.4, 8-Core MacPro 3 GHz, c24, 192, Sync HD
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