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Old 08-03-2010, 05:12 PM
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Default Memory Locations Zoom Settings

Hi all,

When creating a memory locations i tend to highlight the regions and zoom them full screen vertical and horizontal.

A minor irritation is that when i recall the memory location pro tools places the region/memory location start in the middle of the screen rather than zoomed full screen so i then have to scroll across to reveal the rest of the regions. Is there anyway i can force Pro Tools to remember my exact zoom settings. Alternatively, sometimes the zoom settings are correct and i can see two or three other tracks that weren't part of my original selection.

Is there any way round this?
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