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Cristiano Sadun

Small bug in the Insert Audio Effect menu?

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A small bug perhaps.

Normally, when I add an effect to a track (FX/+/Insert Audio Effect...), Cakewalk places it on top of the effect menu, so that it's quick to find should I want to add the same effect to another track. There's usually space for 4 effects there, meaning I can quickly reach for the last 4 effects I used. 

Some updates ago this stopped working: the last 4 effects get placed on top alright, but selecting any of them does nothing (i.e. no effect gets inserted).

The layout I use for the audio effects is "by Manufacturer". There's no problem adding an effect again from the its position in the menu tree of course, and my workaround is simply to Ctrl+Move (copy) from one track to another in console view and then reset the effect setting to default.

Is it something only I am experiencing?

It's no showstopper but it was an useful little function that made the  workflow a trifle quicker, so if it's indeed a bug and the fix is quick, it would be great to have it back.

Cheers,

-Cris

 

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Here it still works!

But I have experienced cases that plugins were listed that I have removed or moved to another location (including plugin rescan). Thus in those cases it did not work of course!

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The 'recent' plugin options are working here as well. FWIW, my laptop has a completely default Plugin Manager configuration with plugins ordered by type.

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Thanks guys, good to know.

It's not a big deal but odd as the plugins that appear on top are the ones I've just inserted (as they should) so no reason should point to no longer existing ones. Will change the layout configuration  and see if it's a layout problem.

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