Muse 1.0.1 as shipped with fedora 13 i386.
If you set external waveditor to /usr/bin/audacity, for example, then double-click on an audio segment, it still uses the internal wave editor.
Yes, this is by design. You select the external editor from the menu in the internal editor.
Yep, I see it now. Works smooth as silk.
Just a couple of suggestions to clarify its usage to users.
Maybe add a note next to the field under settings->general to explain that you have to first bring up an audio segment in the internal editor, then select a region, then click file->edit in external editor.
And in the internal editor, if you click file->edit in external editor, but nothing is selected, it sends "No selection. Ignoring" to the console, but this isn't a console app. Should probably pop up an alert so the user realizes that he/she needs to select something for that feature to work.
Thanks for the input, I did just that.
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