Late reply on this one...
I checked the transport 'cycle' feature:
Er, well, it doesn't actually do anything.
I mean coding wise it is just skeletal.
Jack once had a cycling feature, but it is now
obsolete. I believe that's what the button is for.
*** Therefore, I will remove that cycle button
and code immediately unless someone
can steer me away.
Viktor I hope you discovered by now that the
record 'mode' button, just above the cycle button,
does what you want. Just select the mode, set the
blue left-right cursors, and turn on looping, and away
we go... right?
On Wednesday 17 June 2009 19:12:00 Viktor Mastoridis wrote:
> Me again,
> when I first noticed the Cycle recording options (on the transport bar), I
> was really pleased. But trying them a few weeks ago, I realized that
> nothing really changes when one selects some of the three various options.
> Today I spend more time for these feature and the same thing happened.
> As I understand,
> - Mix is supposed to keep any notes one plays during any amount of loops
> - Replace should delete what's (if anything) was already recorded and
> store the new data (from the last cycle?)
> - Normal will keep the notes of the last loop/cycle only?
> But alas! Either I am not doing something right, or this is a bug?
> I create a loop between the left and right locator, press Record and start
> playing notes. I've tried both playing from any place inside the loop, or
> starting the recording from any place outside the loop (with punch-in).
> But I always get the Mix - result, i.e. all notes from all loops/cycles are
> I checked in the Bugs-area, and this doesn't seem to be reported (
> By the way, what's considered a good practice: to write here for eventual
> bugs, feature requests and praises, or go and fill a bug-report using the
> bug-tracking-system on SourceForge?
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