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Kevin Perry

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  1. Agreed - right click drag should be the time selection, but the default left click drag should be clips (or user selectable of course!).
  2. Yes assuming you don't have the VMs going to sleep or similar (I have one program - game! - that stops when it loses mouse focus, but yours are designed to run without user intervention so I can't see this being an issue). I'd be more "concerned" about whether the VM can access any physical hardware it needs to - that can be tricky sometimes.
  3. Love Cosmic Dust - I've been playing it and guitar noodling over it and it's just so relaxing.
  4. You can set the default folder in Preferences.
  5. It's a control surface setting (WAI = Where Am I) which shows which channels a control surface is controlling.
  6. Or like some.applications have a tickbox to say "Open export locatiom on completion". No need for toast at all then.
  7. A "beautiful" page of HTML markup now appears on that link.
  8. Yes, I'm sure, as moving notes worked fine. I can retest, but...
  9. I'm not 100% sure it'll work perfectly, but it did solve my particular control surface problem.
  10. There are some other issues here I've just discovered (with MIDI) - it's a long time since I used this feature so I'd forgotten how it works: - Deleting notes doesn't propogate - Inserting notes doesn't propogate - Dragging one note up/down PRV propogates; dragging multiple notes doesn't
  11. There's a bit of a hack that I think works (I've run into the same with my control surface, which I rarely turn on): - Turn everything on - Run Cakewalk and set up the MIDI ports as you want them to be set up - Close Cakewalk - Open Windows Explorer and navigate to %APPDATA%\Cakewalk\Cakewalk Core - Find ttseq.ini, and right click on it, and choose Properties - Tick Read-Only and click OK Of course, if you want to make changes to your MIDI setup, you'll have to un-Read-Only it, then start at the first step here again.
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