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|ID||Category||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0008383||bugs||2020-08-27 13:45||2020-08-27 13:45|
|Platform||Apple Macintosh||OS||MacOS||OS Version||10.12 or later|
|Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0008383: Stretch mode clock not changing|
|Description||According to the manual "The Stretch Mode tool is very similar in use to doing a trim in grab mode: the boundary (start or end) is Left-clicked and dragged to its wanted position. Notice a timer appearing, showing the new duration of the region using the same clock mode as in the primary transport clock."|
"The Time Stretch Audio window is made of:
Duration The target duration of the region, expressed using the primary transport clock's mode"
For me Time Stretch Audio window duration is always bars and beats.
|Steps To Reproduce||Select stretch mode. Click and drag on region. Release mouse: Time Stretch Audio window opens. Duration is in bars |beats format|
|Additional Information||While dragging, the number on screen correctly shows the primary clock value, but when the Time Stretch Audio window opens it reverts to bars & beats.|
Both of my clocks are in minutes/seconds or a combination of things that are not bars & beats (which I never use)