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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0008965||ardour||features||public||2022-09-19 22:13||2022-09-19 22:13|
|Platform||Ubuntu Studio||OS||Linux||OS Version||04.22|
|Summary||0008965: automation mode "touch" blocks direct value editing and editing via scrolling|
|Description||I'd prefer to directly write values with the keyboard or using the scroll wheel to edit automation, but unfortunately, in the edit window both seem to be blocked in "touch" mode. You can only edit if you click and hold the fader and move it.|
This could be intended, but I can't see the point.
|Steps To Reproduce||In the edit window, start f.e. a "Trim"-automation with "write" mode in a channel strip. Stop transport, so automation automatically switches to "touch". Go ahead with transport and stop it again, after some time. Double click on the fader, it changes to an input dialog where you can change the value to a desired one and hit enter: Nothing changes. It should have switched to the desired value and set a new automation point.|
In the edit window, start f.e. a "Trim"-automation with "write" mode in a channel strip. Stop transport, so automation automatically switches to "touch". Go ahead with transport and stop it again, after some time. Hold shift and use the scroll wheel over the fader that should be changed: Nothing happens. But it should like using the fader in "manual" mode and set a new automation point.
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