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|0007192||ardour||bugs||public||2017-01-01 10:25||2017-01-08 10:26|
|Platform||PC / Linux||OS||Linux Mint||OS Version||18 KDE5 64-bit|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0007192: Splitting MIDI regions creates a mess|
|Description||When splitting a MIDI region between the notes, the first note after the splitting point is often removed.|
This seems to depend on the distance of the splitting point from the note.
Some notes seem to be unaffected, some need a smaller distance from the splitting point to disappear, some disappear with a larger distance.
Also frequently the two new regions created during splitting overlap or leave a gap between them.
When moving these overlapping or gapped regions their contents seem to jump to different locations within the regions sometimes.
|Steps To Reproduce||1. Record a region with a lot of short notes on a MIDI track|
2. Split the region multiple times between the notes (using the S key)
|Additional Information||I've captured a short video that demonstrates what I experience:|
The newest version of Ardour where I experienced this is:
"The Plateaux of Mirror"
Downloaded from build.ardour.org
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i had a difficult time reproducing this until i noticed you were using magnetic snap.
thanks for the report.
|only happens with magnetic snap|
|Wow, I didn't notice that I had magnetic snapping on at all. Good I recorded a video.|
|2017-01-01 10:25||unfa||New Issue|
|2017-01-06 09:07||nick_m||Note Added: 0019270|
|2017-01-06 09:08||nick_m||Note Added: 0019271|
|2017-01-06 09:08||nick_m||Status||new => confirmed|
|2017-01-08 10:26||unfa||Note Added: 0019274|
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