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Old 04-10-2019, 04:36 AM   #1
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Hello friends!
I missed or Reaper dont have this functionality -
now I scrolling with mouse wheel track adjusting view to the marker what you installed by the clicking left mouse button,
but I whant to adjust track centered under my cursor without clicking on track.
Is that possible in Reaper? I saw this in Cubase or Ableton not sure.
Please help to find out!))
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Old 04-10-2019, 10:41 AM   #2
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Assign the mousewheel to the action "view: go to track." Scrolling over the track panels still works as normal, but scrolling over the arrange will change your track selection.
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Old 04-10-2019, 12:11 PM   #3
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Assign the mousewheel to the action "view: go to track." Scrolling over the track panels still works as normal, but scrolling over the arrange will change your track selection.
Doesn't work. Just scroling in left side of screen between tracks with this action
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It does work. If it's scrolling the tracks then your mouse is over the track panels, which as I said will still work as normal. You need to move your mouse over to the arrange area (where recorded items are etc)...
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Old 04-11-2019, 12:52 AM   #5
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It does work. If it's scrolling the tracks then your mouse is over the track panels, which as I said will still work as normal. You need to move your mouse over to the arrange area (where recorded items are etc)...
Sorry but don't work. Of course I trying to ZOOM on arrange area.
Look, when I doing action to split track under cursor works well action "Select track under cursor" + "Split track under cursor".
I need the same but for zooming. An I feel it's should be similar in "action" setup -
"select track under cursor" and "???"
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I can't understand what you want. There are other sections of the forum for asking in different languages. This is the spam trap anyway so you'll get better help posting in a different section.

If you just want to zoom in on a track, then the action is "zoom vertically." It obeys where your mouse is if you set it that way in preference/editing behavior/vertical zoom center.
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Old 04-11-2019, 04:41 AM   #7
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I can't understand what you want. There are other sections of the forum for asking in different languages. This is the spam trap anyway so you'll get better help posting in a different section.

If you just want to zoom in on a track, then the action is "zoom vertically." It obeys where your mouse is if you set it that way in preference/editing behavior/vertical zoom center.
Another good man helped (same what you said) -
https://forum.cockos.com/attachment....2&d=1554988320

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