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  1. When adjusting the positions of notes in PRV using only the global Snap To settings in the Control Bar (PRV Snap To off) everything works fine and notes snap to their proper position according to the resolution set on the Control Bar. However, if I then turn on PRV Snap To and set a different resolution some of the notes jump when you try to move them with either the Move tool or the Smart tool and as you try to slide them with the mouse, they avoid the vertical line of the resolution level set and settle at a point several milliseconds either before or behind the line. I tried testing PRV Snap To with several simple MIDI projects where I would play and record a simple melody of about six or eight quarter notes a little off beat. Next turn on Global Snap To, set the note resolution to a quarter note. All of the off-beat notes were easily moved to their correct position--Snap To worked. Next, turn on PRV Snap To and set resolution to Measure. Some notes now jump when you try to move them and won't settle exactly on the measure line. For example, when I tried to move a note to 3:01:000 it settled at 2:04:953 and couldn't be moved any closer, unless Snap To was turned off. I'm currently using CbB v. 2022.02. I don't think I've encountered this problem in any of the previous versions. Please advise.
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