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From: Daniel James <daniel@mo...> - 2003-04-30 08:00:05
> sometimes when I am editing I'd prefer a single
> pop-up TrackLabel that drives rate, format, pan and gain
> on ALL wave tracks across the project
Surely the best place for global edits is on the main menus, not the=20
track labels at all?
From: Dave Fancella <david.fancella@at...> - 2003-04-30 08:06:41
On Wednesday 30 April 2003 01:00 am, Daniel James wrote:
> > sometimes when I am editing I'd prefer a single
> > pop-up TrackLabel that drives rate, format, pan and gain
> > on ALL wave tracks across the project
> Surely the best place for global edits is on the main menus, not the
> track labels at all?
I can see the use behind having a checkbox in this dialog that says "Apply
globally". FWIW, sometimes the best place for a given feature is at the
point of the user's focus. :)
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