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  1. Thanks for reporting this. We'll investigate and see if there are ways to improve the UI.
  2. The Zap All command only removes your custom shortcut assignments, not the default hard-coded shortcuts. To see a list of default shortcuts, go to Help > Keyboard Shortcuts, or click here.
  3. Correct. As I mentioned in my previous reply: "However, if you prefer to always use the same shortcuts regardless of which lens is selected, you should set lenses to "None" before making any global keyboard shortcut assignments."
  4. To clarify: Cakewalk has a master list of global keyboard shortcut assignments. These are the shortcuts that are active when lenses are set to "None". You can override the global shortcut assignments per lens by enabling "Keyboard Shortcuts" in Lens Manger, then assigning new shortcuts and resaving the lens. Any lens that has "Keyboard Shortcuts" disabled in Lens Manager inherits shortcut assignments from the master list ("None"), or from the previously selected lens.
  5. It's by design. There are two things to be aware of. If "Keyboard Shortcuts" is enabled in Lens Manager: The lens will save a snapshot of the current keyboard shortcut assignments. Whenever you load that lens (which happens when you load a project or start a new session), it restores its saved shortcut assignments, potentially wiping any custom shortcuts that were assigned after the lens was saved. If "Keyboard Shortcuts" is NOT enabled in Lens Manger: If you make any custom keyboard shortcut assignments while a lens is selected, you will only lose the shortcuts if you switch the lens to "None" or to a custom user lens that has "Keyboard Shortcuts" enabled in Lens Manager. We allow you to save shortcuts in lenses so you can have different shortcuts based on workflow. However, if you prefer to always use the same shortcuts regardless of which lens is selected, you should set lenses to "None" before making any global keyboard shortcut assignments. These global shortcuts will then be available to use in any factory lens or user lanes that has "Keyboard Shortcuts" disabled in Lens Manager. If anyone is experiencing other keyboard shortcut persistence issues after disabling "Keyboard Shortcuts" in Lens Manager and resaving the lens(es), then there is another issue we need to investigate.
  6. @HappyRon Hill Are you sure you are not accidentally double-clicking while holding down the SHIFT key? That is the only situation where it would zoom. You can press ALT+Z to return to the previous zoom level.
  7. @winkpain There is an error in the release notes. There is currently no Help Module content for ProChannel. The fix is that pressing F1 when the ProChannel EQ Fly Out is open (and a control has focus) will open the correct online help topic ("QuadCurve Equalizer module"). F1 would previously open the Track view help topic. We will update the release notes. Are you still not seeing Help Module content for clips?
  8. Correct, the issue is that the updated Help Module files were not copied to the user folder. We'll address this for the next release. Holding down the SHIFT key while starting CbB will repersonalize the settings.
  9. @winkpain Copy the files from C:\ProgramData\Cakewalk\Cakewalk Core\Help Module and paste them to the %appdata%\Cakewalk\Cakewalk Core\Help Module folder (C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Roaming\Cakewalk\Cakewalk Core\Help Module).
  10. The Community Guidelines can be accessed directly from this forum. To view, click the Home forum menu and select Community Guidelines.
  11. Thanks for sharing. Was this made with Cakewalk, or did you mean to post to another forum as the topic title implies?
  12. This topic is being locked. We are investigating the reported persistence issue and are obviously interested in fixing any known issues. If anyone has a consistently reproducible recipe, please contact support directly at support@cakewalk.com. As far as VST2 -> VST3 plug-in replacement goes, most plug-in vendors do not support persistence transfer, so the plug-in state will always be lost when replacing a VST2 with a VST3. Thanks for any help in getting to the bottom of this issue!
  13. The Cakewalk Reference Guide PDF can be accessed directly from this forum. To view and download the PDF, click the Cakewalk by BandLab forum menu and select Reference Guide PDF, or download the PDF directly from here.
  14. We are pleased to announce the availability of the Cakewalk Reference Guide PDF. To view and download the PDF, click the Cakewalk by BandLab forum menu and select Reference Guide PDF, or download the PDF directly from here.
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