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#1274 MIDI recording error after starting new project

One Of These Days
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nobody
midi (93)
2
2015-12-09
2010-04-02
No

This bug was previously fixed, but seems to be a regression with 10.02. I couldn't find a way to open the old bug report, so I have just re-posted it as a new bug. The original ID# is 2284925: https://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=2284925&group_id=4932&atid=104932

Here's how to reproduce it:

1) Open Rosegarden and record a MIDI segment about 100 measures in length
(I've also had success in the 80-90 range).

2) Click the "New" icon to start a new project (no need to save the old
one).

3) Record a short MIDI segment (13 measures is what I tried). When you
stop recording, the length of the segment may be anywhere between 90
measures and up, and may or may not include some data from the session
recorded in step one.

I have attached an example file for your reference, you can see the bit
that I recorded through measure 13, then a lot of space, and then MIDI data
again at measure 82 (which is part of what I recorded in the previous
unsaved session).

NOTE Please see original bug report [#1201] for link to example file.

Related

Bugs: #1201

Discussion

  • D. Michael McIntyre

    • milestone: --> One Of These Days
     
  • Ted Felix

    Ted Felix - 2015-10-19

    Old bug #2284925 is now [#1201]. Same title as this one.

     

    Related

    Bugs: #1201

  • Ted Felix

    Ted Felix - 2015-12-09
    • Description has changed:

    Diff:

    --- old
    +++ new
    @@ -18,4 +18,4 @@
     again at measure 82 (which is part of what I recorded in the previous
     unsaved session).
    
    -** NOTE ** Please see original bug report for link to example file.
    +** NOTE ** Please see original bug report [#1201] for link to example file.
    
     
  • Ted Felix

    Ted Felix - 2015-12-09
    • status: open --> closed
     
  • Ted Felix

    Ted Felix - 2015-12-09

    I can't reproduce this. 10.02 doesn't build anymore with modern gcc. I think this one was fixed at some point over the past 5 years. Time to move on...

     

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