> > If you have a project comprised only of mono files (such as when
> > recording from a multichannel source) and you've panned some mono
> > tracks, when you export to WAV it gets mixed back to mono, and
> > the pan information is therefore lost.
> I haved fixed this a few days ago.
> The new behaviour is when everything is panned at the centre, a
> mono file is exported, else a stereo file.
Makes sense to me.
> > Another bug I've now noticed related to panning is that changes
> > in pan do not affect the save status. So you can change a pan
> > setting, and Save Project is still greyed out. If you close the
> > project, the new pan setting is lost without warning.
> Oops. Is this for setting the track gain also?
Yes - it hasn't been a massive problem, because usually I'm doing lots
of other edits at the same time which trigger the 'save project?'
dialogue box on exit. But it could catch some people out.
I agree with Dominic that most people won't want to click through
seven pan changes with Undo, but then perhaps if they've done seven
pan changes then they are very particular about panning! Unless they
are working with a very large number of tracks, it should be trivial
to re-pan the tracks to where they are supposed to be. Per-track
level changes could be more subtle though.