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IDCategoryLast Update
0006849bugs2016-03-31 16:20
ReporteroswaldmAssigned To 
Reproducibilitysometimes 
Status newResolutionopen 
PlatformIntel x86 64 BitOSUbuntu Studio OS Version14.04 LTS
Product Version 
Fixed in Version 
Summary0006849: Editing gain curves changes curve on other track (demonstration attached)
DescriptionSometimes, when editing a gain Curve with selecting a range, switching to the draw tool, grabbing the line in the range in the middle and pulling it up or down, one of the neighbouring tracks changes the curve and NOT the one the user selected. The value shown beneath the mouse curser shows "NaN" (not a number) in this case, while it shows the dB value in the working case.

Appeared a lot of times in different versions. Version as shown in the attached video is:
Ardour 4.6.256
"Evening Star"
(built from revision 4.6-256-gdf76996)
Intel 64-bit


Find attached a video from a screencast where I show this.

Workaround: currently it is possible to work around this by going back to the range tool (R) setting the range again, changing to draw tool (D) and then edit the envelope. Works pretty much every time, but it is really annoying
Steps To ReproduceSometimes, when editing a gain Curve with selecting a range, switching to the draw tool, grabbing the line in the range in the middle and pulling it up or down, one of the neighbouring tracks changes the curve and NOT the one the user selected. The value shown beneath the mouse curser shows "NaN" (not a number) in this case, while it shows the dB value in the working case.
Additional InformationFind attached a video from a screencast where I show this.
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oswaldm

2016-03-30 20:18

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Ardour_Bug.mp4 (2,054,968 bytes)

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2016-03-30 20:18 oswaldm New Issue
2016-03-30 20:18 oswaldm File Added: Ardour_Bug.mp4