From: Gale Andrews <gale@au...> - 2007-09-28 19:46:04
=46rom Checklist - done:
'Greying out' of effects confusion - New preference: Select-all-when-none (=
on by default), selects all audio in all tracks wherever a selection area i=
s valid including Edit menu, reverts to no audio selected after applying th=
e effect or edit. [Done]
Applying effects with no audio selected does leave audio selected after the=
effect, and I think this is what we decided was best, so I will change the=
Upon importing a track, so that no audio is selected, a number of Edit menu=
items are enabled and work fine: they select all then leave track selected =
appropriate after the edit e.g. Silence, Delete, Split Cut, Duplicate.=20
Split New and Selection Save are enabled but do not select all the track an=
don't do their job.=20
Cut and Copy are not enabled as they should be.
Trim is enabled though arguably makes no sense with Select All and creates
an Undo history item which has no effect.
If you have a time range selected but no audio selected, most Edit items ar=
greyed out as per the released 1.3.3, so select-all-on-none can't be used=
(though curiously in these cases Split New which is still enabled, actually=
On a number of occasions (6 out of twenty), when I imported a track then
played it through so that the cursor returned to zero with no audio selecte=
then hit the Edit menu, most Edit items were similarly greyed out. So I=20
cannot replicate this greying out consistently, only the inconsistency itse=
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Tested on: 9/28/2007 8:45:58 PM
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