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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0009029||ardour||bugs||public||2022-10-23 20:33||2022-10-24 04:26|
|Platform||Intel 64-bit||OS||Arch Linux||OS Version||KDE X11|
|Product Version||Mixbus 8.x|
|Summary||0009029: Duplicating a sequence of regions does not work as expected|
|Description||In Ardour 6.9 if I select multiple regions on a track and hit Alt+D to duplicate them, the relative spacing and order of the selected regions is preserved, an the duplicate of the entire selected group is placed right after the last selected region ends. That's great.|
In Ardour 7.0 however, doing the same will not preserve the structure of the selected group of regions, but instead duplicate each region "separately" and put all of them on top of each other, which is not the expected result of the operation.
I attach two screenshots to illustrate this.
One before hitting Alt+D (source regions are selected) and after hitting Alt+D (duplicates are selected).
|Steps To Reproduce||1. Create at least 2 regions on a track that are separated on the timeline|
2. Select both in the Grab mode
3. Hit Alt+D to duplicate
4. Note how the duplicated regions are placed one on top of another, unlike the source regions
It seems I have posted the issue by mistake and Mantis didn't include my attachements.
Here's the second screenshot. The unselected regions (4 regions in sequence on each track) are the source ones. The selected stack of regions to the right is the result of hitting Alt+D. As you can see the structure of the selected region group was not maintained.
||Fixed in git master, commit 7337ba42f5e0e|
|2022-10-23 20:33||unfa||New Issue|
|2022-10-23 20:33||unfa||Tag Attached: Editor|
|2022-10-23 20:53||unfa||Note Added: 0026680|
|2022-10-23 20:53||unfa||File Added: Screenshot_20221023_213105.png|
|2022-10-24 04:26||paul||Assigned To||=> paul|
|2022-10-24 04:26||paul||Status||new => resolved|
|2022-10-24 04:26||paul||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2022-10-24 04:26||paul||Note Added: 0026685|