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Auto clip zoom , it would be nice :)

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It would be very convenient when clicking on a clip to increase its height as with Auto Track Zoom.  Or, alternatively, when a clip was selected, the auto track zoom function was triggered, the track on which this clip is located. Sorry for Google translation. Thanks.

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CTRL + F does this, at least for MIDI clips. Audio clips aren't included as they then wouldn't match the db scale.

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A bit wrong, probably I didn't explain it well or Google translated it wrong :) I just need to increase the clip in height, and for this I have to select the track on which the clip is located and stretch it in height. Long and boring. And when there are 40-100 tracks in a project, it's a disaster.

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Sorry, understand now... so:

1. Press CTRL + A to select all tracks

2. Then either:

  • Hold down CTRL and adjust the height of one of the tracks to adjust all tracks by the same amount; or
  • Hold down CTRL + SHIFT and adjust the height of one of the tracks to adjust all tracks to be the same height as the one you're adjusting
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Posted (edited)

It's bad when you don't know the language (that's me about myself) What do I want? So that auto track zoom triggers when a clip is selected

Edited by Osman Hemidov

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Maybe this would help:

While holding Z key, lasso desired area.  That should zoom in on it.  You can un-do the zoom with Alt+Z.

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Posted (edited)
13 hours ago, Osman Hemidov said:

It would be very convenient when clicking on a clip to increase its height as with Auto Track Zoom. 

I'll advise you to use Cakefolk for the Cakewalk . 

After downloading the file, close the Cakewalk if it's open, unzip the downloaded file then run the "Cakefolk for the Cakewalk.exe"
Start the Cakewalk. 
If the Auto Track Zoom mod is on, and if you click on a clip, you'll see that it does the exact same thing that you want.

 

Edited by murat k.
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