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Default Track Height: Is there a way to revert back?

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So I have a customized track height that I use by default, but after adding over 30 tracks to my song, I used the "F" key to fit all tracks in my screen.   Is there any way to revert back to the "Default Track Height" besides selecting all tracks and trying to approximate with my mouse the correct size?  I was looking for a toggle switch between "F" and Default Track Height.

 

Thank you!

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Did you look at ScreenSets, this is pretty much what it is for?

A module on transport toolbar have 10 buttons to swap in a flash.

So make one for default to revert to.

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3 hours ago, chuckebaby said:

Next time you do this, just hit ALT+Z.    (That's a Redo view shortcut).

Thanks @chuckebaby thing is though, it may not be the last thing I did.  Also, that won't work upon project close and re-open.

 I am looking for a feature to return all tracks to Default Height.

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- Expand Track 1.

- Highlight all Tracks/SHIFT+A.

- Hold down SHIFT and ADJUST Track 1 height.

 

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There isn't a way, per say..To set all tracks to their default height again (that i know of).

The work around i just wrote should get you where you want.

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22 minutes ago, chuckebaby said:

- Expand Track 1.

- Highlight all Tracks/SHIFT+A.

- Hold down SHIFT and ADJUST Track 1 height.

 

yea ive been doing this for now.... thank you!

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3 hours ago, ADUS said:

yea ive been doing this for now.... thank you!

FWIW, i never save my project after using Fit to project.

You can also save a screen set and lock it for a fail safe way to return to default track height.

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