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Old 09-30-2009, 08:45 PM
Sherbert99 Sherbert99 is offline
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Default How to get rid of the split edit window with midi?

Once in a while I accidently hit something that splits my edit screen and puts a midi window on the bottom half of my "edit window". How do I hide it?

It is a horrible design because it doesn't have a close button on it and it has no name so I can't find it in the manual. It's not in the window drop down either. It lists the tracks on the left and has the midi in it only.

Any help would be appreciated on how to close this.

After an hour of trying to figure out how to close this stupid window I punched my computer but that didn't help.

Thanks
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