--- Tino Meinen <a.t.meinen@...> wrote:
> Op wo 28-05-2003, om 04:14 schreef Lee Azzarello:
> > On Tue, 27 May 2003, Alexandre Prokoudine wrote:
> > not and ProTools has nothing but loop play i.e. a selection will always
> > loop if it is selected and the user hits play.
> > Personally, I like the ProTools method the best, since the act of making a
> > selection and then pressing play sort of impiles that it would be a good
> > idea to loop it. ProTools will not loop if there is no region selected.
> Actually, that's an excellent idea! It makes a lot of sense.
> So as soon as the user makes a selection, the play button will display
> the looped play-button, indicating that by pressing it, the selection
> will be looped.
> When there is no selection at all, the play button is in its normal
> state and pressing it will play the project starting from the cursor
> I'm very much in favor, it is logical and intuitive.
> What do others think?
Many times when working with a selection, it is critical to know exactly
how it starts and how it ends - to know if the selection boundaries are
truly what you need. In this case it is critical that it play once since
any looping would completely mask off knowledge of whether or not it starts
and ends where you need it to. Having loop behavior as an option would
certainly be a good thing to have for those situations where it may be
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