Old 12-18-2019, 10:45 AM   #1
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Default (NOT) Bug with channel width in MCP

Since R6 I'm noticing in that some tracks in MCP are wider than others. I have them all at 100% and all with same default layout. It depends on plugins loaded on a track. I can reproduce it by loading certain FX chain on a track - track becomes wider in MCP, and after removing FX chain width remains.

First add FX chain:


Chain removed, width remains:


Also, in FX window, after adding FX chain, and selecting all fx, Remove button doesn't work. Right-click and Remove All works fine.

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Old 12-18-2019, 10:57 AM   #2
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You have to use the theme adjuster for Default 6.0 theme and disable (uncheck) "DO METER EXPANSION" in the "MIXER CONTROL PANEL" pane.

In 6.0, it didn't matter much as the width was still screwed up.

In 6.01, it was the fix was listed as " + Theme: fix slight incorrect meter expansion"
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Old 12-18-2019, 11:33 AM   #3
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You have to use the theme adjuster for Default 6.0 theme and disable (uncheck) "DO METER EXPANSION" in the "MIXER CONTROL PANEL" pane.

In 6.0, it didn't matter much as the width was still screwed up.

In 6.01, it was the fix was listed as " + Theme: fix slight incorrect meter expansion"

Ahh, I see. That was not very obvious… Some of my FX chains increased channel count, and that's why tracks got wider. Thnx.
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