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|ID||Category||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0007441||bugs||2017-08-05 20:58||2017-08-05 22:06|
|Platform||Linux||OS||openSUSE||OS Version||Leap 42.2|
|Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0007441: Option "MIDI input follows Track selection" not working|
|Description||With Ardour 5.5 the feature "MIDI input follows Track selection" was added. I tried to use this function first with 5.10 (as well as current nightly 5.10.456), therefore I don't know whether it worked before (ie. 5.5 through 5.10).|
In "Edit->Preferences" "MIDI Ports" I select "MIDI input follows MIDI track selection" and set check marks for "Music Data", "Control Data" and "Follow Selection" for my (via Jack MIDI) connected controller keyboard Novation Impulse 25.
But whatever I do the MIDI input does not follow the MIDI track selection, independent whether I assign my MIDI interface as an input to each track or leave it disconnected.
|Steps To Reproduce||Enter "Edit->Preferences" "MIDI Ports".|
Select "MIDI input follows MIDI track selection".
Set check marks for "Music Data", "Control Data" and "Follow Selection" for the MIDI interface the controller keyboard is connected to.
Return to "Editor" view.
Create two MIDI tracks.
Assign the MIDI interface representing the controller keyboard to both tracks as input.
Enable MIDI input for both tracks.
Select first track. Expected: MIDI input only routed to first track. Result: MIDI input routed to both tracks.
Select second track. Expected: MIDI input only routed to second track. Result: MIDI input routed to both tracks.
|Additional Information||I tested with the official 5.10 build (from ardour.org) as well as nightly build 5.10.456.|
I tested using Jack (and Jack MIDI) as well as "raw" ALSA (and ALSA MIDI Raw).
No change, same behaviour.
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