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Old 08-24-2006, 04:46 PM   #1
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Default Delete of overlapped event does not restore fade-out

Here is something interesting.

Suppose I have an event with a fade-out. If I overlay another event, the fade-out changes to span the overlapped region. If I then pull the overlapped event away, the original fade-out is restored. This is good and what I expect.

However, if instead of pulling the overlapped event away, I delete it, the fade-out on the original event is not restored and spans what was the overlapped region. Not good.

Thanks,

Randy

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Old 09-05-2006, 03:01 PM   #2
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fixed now (tested in 1.05)
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Old 09-05-2006, 03:36 PM   #3
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Sorry to say, I just tested it and it is NOT fixed.

Repro in 1.05:

1) Set a fade-out envelope of one bar at the end of event 1.
2) Overlay event 2 at the end of event 1, with an overlapped region of two bars.
3) Select event 2 and hit the delete key.
4) The fade-out of event 1 is incorrectly two bars, instead of the expected one bar.

Note that event 1 must have memory of its original one bar fade, since, if in step 3, you drag away event 2 instead of deleting it, the one bar fadeout is restored to event 1.

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