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|0009627: MIDI Learn in Cue Control applies to the clip to the right of the one selected
|There seems to be some sort of off-by-one error in Cue Control's MIDI Learn function. Any learning and un-learning that takes place applies to the clip directly to the right of the selected one (i.e same letter cue on the next track).
|Steps To Reproduce
|Create two adjacent tracks in cue control, and load clips into both of them in the same row. Right click the one on the left and click "MIDI Learn", play a note on a connected MIDI controller (I'm using jack-keyboard, connecting it to Ardour Cue Control in), and then play the note again to trigger the clip. Instead of the clip selected on the left for MIDI learn, the clip on the right will be triggered. MIDI un-learn seems to have the same behavior.
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Debian Testing ("trixie")
|cue, Midi, MIDI learn
|I looked around a little more -- it seems there's a little more to this issue than is described above. While I was mainly experiencing this as an off-by-one error, that appears to be because of my setup of cue and non-cue tracks. While I don't fully understand the relation between where "Midi Learn" is called and what the learned call triggers, it seems to be offset by tracks not visible in the cue editor, and when tracks are moved around. It seems that the learned data may be stored with a track number that doesn't take either of these things into account.