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|ID||Category||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0007704||bugs||2018-12-10 19:03||2018-12-10 20:55|
|Platform||PC||OS||Linux Mint||OS Version||18.3|
|Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0007704: Duplicating regions when using a tempo ramp leads to bad results|
|Description||The regions are being spaced out in the same way as they were in they target locations, but they are being shortened to fit the target placement's current tempo. As a result - the regions are badly spaced.|
However using Ctrl+Drag works as expected.
|Steps To Reproduce||1. Create a new session with a MIDI track in it|
2. Add a tempo ramp going upwards
3. Add a midi region and duplicate it with Ctrl+D
4. Watch as the region duplicates get misplaced
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I cannot reproduce this in a quick test: http://robin.linuxaudio.org/tmp/midi_ramp_and_dup.mp4
It's Alt+d to duplicate a selected [midi] region, isn't it? That properly works here using music-time if the region is glued to bars and beats. (region > position). Default is enabled.
If the region isn't glued to bars+beats duplicating or copy/paste it does indeed ignore the tempo.
||PS. Region > Duplicate > multi-duplicate is broken. It apparently use the first paste-step in audio-samples for all other pastes. That's indeed a bug.|
Hmm. I've recorded a reproduction this for a short video I've made - maybe that'll be helpful:
I've actually duplicated a lot of regions at a time. Maybe it works fine for a single region duplication, but breaks with multiple?