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|ID||Category||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0000050||bugs||2003-10-16 14:43||2008-11-20 23:58|
|Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0000050: audio_clock widgets have mouse event problems|
|Description||The audio_clock doesn't appear to respond as designed to click and drag actions. The shift-mousewheel is ok, as is the numeric keyboard entry, but everything else is screwy.|
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||Was this fixed?|
no, there is no click-drag adjustment that I can see.
Should there be?
With keyboard editing there is a really minor item, the keyboard editing of the time clocks removes a leading zero in the minutes field after enter/deselecting.
Even though it adds it as you are editing the seconds.
click drag adjustment only increases the clocks, it is impossible to decrease the clock.
It is also very unresponsive and jumpy.
With my keyboard-mousewheel emulation it is also acting weird, jumping from field to field. Possibly because I am generating clicks and not mouse-down and mouse-up events
Shift middle click sets to zero, which makes sense for the mouse-wheel, but is different from the faders where shift-button1 resets.
Maybe both should reset for clocks and for faders.
In general the bindings for clocks and faders should be identical
||I believe I fixed this in CVS ( 0.569.0 with libardour 0.865.0)|
|2003-10-16 14:43||essej||New Issue|
|2004-05-17 02:49||taybin||Note Added: 0000766|
|2004-12-08 21:06||vandongen||Note Added: 0001683|
|2005-01-26 10:17||vandongen||Note Added: 0001930|
|2005-02-04 08:44||vandongen||Note Added: 0001963|
|2007-02-14 22:36||taybin||Status||new => resolved|
|2007-02-14 22:36||taybin||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2007-02-14 22:36||taybin||Assigned To||=> taybin|
|2008-11-20 23:58||seablade||Status||resolved => closed|