when you use version 1.3.6 you open the program load waveform do what one
wishes the next is you want to do is to save and close the waveform and
load the next waveform ,without closing the program how to you do this.
every time I close I get a new version so six different waveforms six
From: Gale (Audacity Team) <gale@au...> - 2008-12-17 17:31:47
> when you use version 1.3.6 you open the program load waveform do what one
> wishes the next is you want to do is to save and close the waveform and
> load the next waveform ,without closing the program how to you do this.
> every time I close I get a new version so six different waveforms six
Behaviour is no different in 1.3.6 than 1.2.6 as regards closing the
last project window. By default when you close the last project window
(using any close or exit method), Audacity will quit (except obviously
if there are unsaved changes, it asks if you want to save a project).
If you prefer, Audacity can clear to an empty project window when you
close the last project window. Go to the Interface tab of Preferences
and uncheck "Closing last window quits Audacity" (the wording is slightly
different in 1.2.6). With this preference on, you can only exit Audacity
with File > Exit (Audacity > Quit Audacity on a Mac).
As another alternative, you can close a waveform by clicking the [X]
top left of its Track Panel (above the mute/solo buttons).*Note that
if you save a project without any tracks visible, that is exactly how
it will be saved - with no tracks*.
How you "load the waveform" determines whether Audacity opens
a new project window or not. If you use File > Open, or (in Windows)
right-click over an audio file and "Open With > Audacity", each new
file will open a new project window. If you want to stay in the same
project window when you import, use File > Import (Project > Import
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