Thanks for the notes! I'll try to fix the Mac OS X issues ASAP;
dragging won't come until 1.2.1.
Note that ^M is the normal line ending on the Mac. The file should
open fine in MS Word, TextEdit, or even Emacs.
On Friday, September 26, 2003, at 03:53 AM, Karl Skibinski wrote:
> [Second try since first never showed up]
> I don't know if this is a known issue, since it isn't mentioned within
> the readme and has not been mentioned on he list in the last weeks.
> I just downloaded pre2 and found the new OnlineHelp within. There
> I read that labels should be working nearly as I wished. But still,
> as in all former versions I tried, they don't (on my system: TiBook,
> - typing a label results in every character appearing twice
> - trying to delete a label by deleting all characters within and
> pressing return still leaves the lable (this seems to insert some
> CR into the lable, since I cannot insert any more text into the
> label but I got some dots at the lower border of the label track,
> yeah, verified this: I got ^Ms within the exported label file. When
> I delete everything again (including the "return" I get viewable
> content within the label again. ;)
> - exporting a label track just inserts ^Ms (0X0D, CR) as separator
> between the labels (shouldn't this be LFs?)
> - cutting and pasting a label seems to work but copying and pasting
> does not (the selection is pasted but not the labeltext).
> I would wish for labels to be dragable (mark it and move it ;) I
> want to use audacity to work on recordings of classical music
> and want to take the output to cdrdao to create CDs. The label
> track would be really usefull to position index marks for the
> cue file.
> Besides of this, I really enjoy using audacity. I will now
> test if the occasional crashes of the 1.1.3 are history. :)
> Greetings, Charly!
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