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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0003010||ardour||features||public||2010-01-31 07:37||2010-07-21 08:41|
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|Platform||Dell D830 core2duo T9300 2.5GHz||OS||Mandriva||OS Version||2010|
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|Target Version||3.X||Fixed in Version|| |
|Summary||0003010: Add a global automation enable/disable button on the tool bar.|
|Description||Add a global automation enable/disable button on the tool bar.|
The number of objects that can be automated in a session is quite large. In any one session only a small number of objects might be enabled for automation. If at any point the need arises to playback without the automation running every object needs to be placed in manual individually. This is time consuming and some object might be missed.
Suggest putting a global automation enable button on the tool bar. This could be like and near the 'Solo' button. When enabled all objects would behave as they have been set. When disabled all automation is ignored, ie all objects are treated as if they are in manual mode.
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