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    Is there a way to minimize all tracks in TV?

    Yeah I gave that a try. It's OK for opening ONE track to its previous size, but disappearing the track expand/collapse buttons on every track is not at all what I'm looking for.
  2. D Chance Gold

    Is there a way to minimize all tracks in TV?

    Okay, F gets me out of the hell of Ctrl+Up by opening all tracks, but not what I'm looking for. I just want to restore one track to its previous size. I wish there was a real "minimize all" cmd, after all these years I can't believe it's still not available.
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    Is there a way to minimize all tracks in TV?

    Yeah, if you hold the up arrow key down everything will shrink to minimized. The problem is, the track arrow expand/contract toggles become useless until you manually stretch each track, or use Ctrl+Down to open EVERYTHING. I want to be able to restore any given track to its previous size with its track arrow after I've done a "minimize all".
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    Is there a way to minimize all tracks in TV?

    I've always wanted this feature but never found it. Is it hidden somewhere?
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    Lost connection to MIDI keyboard

    Well that didn't last long, MIDI connectivity lost again. USB Selective Suspend is disabled. None of the other USB connections in my Device Mgr have the power management option. I don't think the cable is the issue, I've tried swapping cables, and Bandlab does see the keyboard drivers. I have too many USB devices to plug the S49 into a port that doesn't have anything plugged into an adjacent port. But I did get MIDI connectivity back after deleting TTSSEQ.INI, so thanks for that tip! We'll see how long it lasts and I'll try it again if it goes out.
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    Lost connection to MIDI keyboard

    I had MME selected in Settings and all of the Root Hubs in Device Manager already had that option deselected. ATM I'm back in business after unplugging the S49's USB cable and reconnecting it, which I tried before without luck. I hope I don't have this problem again, but...
  7. This has been an ongoing problem for many years through many versions of the program, (currently running latest Bandlab). Periodically I will lose MIDI connectivity. The drivers are still shown and checked in the settings dialog. Playing a MIDI sequence works fine. I can even trigger MIDI by mouse clicking on the virtual keyboard in a VST. But playing the keys on my keyboard triggers no MIDI. I'm using a NI S49. The little Sonar keyboard in the Windows tray is not blinking. Usually someway, somehow I will get MIDI working. At this time, i'm out of ideas and ready to throw my rig out the window. I've tried reinstalling the keyboard drivers, rebooting my PC, switching the MIDI input between my keyboard driver, All Inputs, Omni and None. All to no avail. Does anyone know how to fix this? NOTE: Everything works fine in Ableton, so this does appear to be a Cakewalk problem.
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