From: Richard Ash <richard@au...> - 2006-03-24 18:58:50
I'm trying to fix this, but it's not in the obvious place - the code in
src/widgets/TimeTextCtrl.cpp multiplies the time in seconds by by the
constant which is supposed to be the sample rate according to the
comments. I presume that the change in sample rate has got hard coded
somewhere - even when I change the default sample rate and restart
audacity, generate a 1-second tone and select it with project and track
rates set to 48000Hz, the selection is shown as 44100 samples.
Relatedly, there are two interface problems on linux:
1)The field isn't big enough to accommodate the value displayed, so you
can only see some of the digits unless you select the field contents.
2)You can't actually type values into the time fields because the key
strokes get interpreted as shortcuts in the application, thus moving the
-------- Forwarded Message --------
To: Kyle <commanderkyle@...>
Subject: Re: [Audacity-help] samples in selection panel
Date: Sat, 11 Mar 2006 16:25:41 GMT
|>>>From Kyle <commanderkyle@...>
| I'm on Windows XP Home (not tried 1.3.0 on Linux yet).
OK thanks for confirming you are on XP Home and informing us
that when the selection range is shown in samples, the samples
are shown as for a rate of 44 100 Hz, irrespective of the
actual Project Rate.
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