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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0008909||ardour||features||public||2022-04-27 16:00||2022-05-15 14:16|
|Summary||0008909: MIDI region decrease saturation when disabled|
|Description||Sometimes when rearranging a track we need to disable some audio or MIDI regions, and Ardour today only shows a slight different color in the waveform and a simple "!" sign in the MIDI region name.|
It would be interesting to have a more pronounced visual feedback of the status of the regions to speed up the work.
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||Sometimes we have Audio and Midi regions disabled in the same view, but it is difficult to distinguish them.|
Ardour uses transparency to indicate audibly transparent regions (hear data on layers underneath). Also the default track/region-colors are already rather desaturated to be easier on the eye when working long hours.
However thanks to https://github.com/Ardour/ardour/pull/706 the exclamation mark has been replaced with a large "mute" icon which already helps significantly.