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  1. This must be one of the best computer-related quotes ever! πŸ˜‚πŸ–±οΈ I have never used this, I barely knew it existed! Thanks scook!
  2. Hahaha, I guess we're all princesses at times. πŸ‘Έ I'm glad you appreciate the duality of buttons, not enough people think about that. Well, maybe they have better things to do... πŸ˜‚ Nice, I did not know about this module, could be very useful, thanks! But I agree, a selection of proper icons - with visual indication feedback - would be even more useful. I really, really miss that in the Browser... πŸ‘Έ
  3. I also had the same experience as Lord Tim and msmcleod with the X1 transition: it was hard, but worth it in the end. Give it a try. But unlike Lord Tim, even to this day miss many of the buttons that were "cleaned out" in X1 GUI overhaul. I always strive for as few clicks as possible to do any given operation – I'm one of the most vocal proponents of keyboard shortcuts on here, I always nag the Bakers about them... 😁 I still miss having direct buttons (that at the same time act as visual indicators) in the Browser for Enable previewing/looping and selecting output bus.
  4. I just humbly want to bring this piece of 2022.11 UX feedback back to attention again. As the post above seems to gather a lot more reactions than usual, it seems many people agree. How do you Bakers feel about it? Is it something you feel strongly about or is it a "darling" we can kill? πŸ˜‰
  5. Ah, I understand. I've always thought it seems messy with midi & audio automation on the same track, but the upside is of course less track clutter... I will give it another chance. Btw, I was really impressed with your quick work on this bugfix! How many staffers are you who actively work with Cakewalk development, and do you all have specific areas that you work with?
  6. Nice, I have never used that, I need to try it. Thanks! πŸ‘
  7. Ah, that explains it. Who isn't confused? 😁 About Simple Instrument Tracks - good to hear I'm not alone. πŸ‘
  8. Cool. πŸ‘ But are you saying that you can somehow add nodes by pressing Ctrl? πŸ˜€
  9. Just to clarify: you don't need to press Ctrl to add nodes - you can just drag with the mouse (see description in the manual). But I'm not sure we were talking about the same thing, though... ☺️
  10. Heh, I'm sorry, I reacted to the words "How do I get it back... please! 😠" in your post... and thought you needed a little pointer. But you did post a link to the solution on the row below... which confused me, but I thought you were confused. 😡 Anyway. 😊 By the way, how do you guys do your VST instrument automation? Are you all using Simple Instrument Tracks and were unaffected by this bug? Or do constantly just live with the Insert Synth popup dialog? Or do you always go to the Synth Rack and manually configure the automation track? Or do you just use MIDI CCs?
  11. I always support more bindable keyboard functions. Cakewalk needs to be THE DAW for keyboard shortcuts! (Interesting to note that this has been requested way back in 2007.) It's not a replacement but it's a bit related: I'm sure you know that it's possible to use the Smart tool to select a range and then drag the automation up/down?
  12. Brilliant request, I totally agree! πŸ† Along similar lines, I've often thought it would be useful to be able to generate a "Plugin report" when working on a project, which would list all plugins and their versions that are in use.
  13. Hehe, open the Synth Rack and click this button: πŸ€—
  14. Wow, that was fast, thanks a lot! I accidentally discovered this bug together with the entire instrument automation feature! This will be something of a game-changer for me.
  15. Lovely, thank you! πŸ‘Œ I can't believe I'm the first to report this... it must have been like this for ages. But I guess everyone else likes dialog boxes? Or as Kevin said, maybe most people use Simple Instrument Tracks nowadays? πŸ€”
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