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Old 09-13-2019, 12:06 PM   #1
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Default item moved from tempocurved location snaps to grid incorrectly



1- create a gradual tempo change. mine is particularly weird above cuz i needed to make a rallentando (and yes, i had to look that up)

2- set your snap to some obvious grid value - i chose 1/4

3- move your item. NOTE- snaps to 1/4 notes as expected.

4- shift-slide your item offgrid and into the tempo change space. drop it somewhere mid-grid.

5- release shift and move your item back to A tempo.

ISSUE: the item still snaps to 1/4 grid, but not the item start. note the weird offset in the gif above.
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Old 09-13-2019, 12:17 PM   #2
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having a hard time reproducing this on a portable install. more investigation necessary

OK, got it. emailing a demo project with my portable reaper.ini (i changed some of the default snap settings to match my custom settings in order to trigger the behavior)
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