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Old 03-31-2020, 01:29 PM
johnsimmons johnsimmons is offline
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Default SHIFT-F open close minor bug?

Hey, this is great.thanks avid, great feature! going to be a huge time saver

sorry to be "that guy" -minor bug?

can anybody check
create 3 booms on inst tracks
select them, right clk move to new routing folder, call boom ,route to that
create 3 mini grands on inst tracks
select them, right clk move to new routing folder, call mini ,route to that
you have 2 folders, can open with folder icon on edit page

no midi written, select either - shift f they don't open , folder icon opens ok
(not expected behaviour)

write midi to one track in each folder
opens ok with icon
now shift-f only seems to open one, and even if you select other "sticks"on shift-f opening the wrong one...

Macmini 2018 10.14.6
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