[Ardour-Users] s-key split shortcut

Seablade - seablaede at gmail.com
Wed Mar 7 04:54:03 PST 2018

Hmm interesting.  Definitely sounds like you are running into a bug.

Just to be sure, this is with the build of Ardour from the ardour.org
website correct?

I think I have a Mac Mini running that OS I can see if I can replicate on,
but might be a few days.

Can you still change your edit point and mouse mode when this happens?
What happens if you leave the appropriate edit point and mouse mode, and
then return them to where they were with no restart etc.?


On Wed, Mar 7, 2018 at 7:35 AM . m u r m e r . <murmer at murmerings.com>

> ok, well, it's just happened again, first time today, and i can confirm
> that the correct tool (grab) and edit point (mouse) are selected and i
> haven't inadvertently changed them somewhere along the line. i can also
> confirm that the s-key split doesn't work for any other choice of edit
> point either. one observation i can now make is that my cursor has
> changed, from the pointing hand with a line underneath it (that is usual
> when 'mouse' is selected as edit point) to just the pointing hand (as if
> a different edit point were selected).
> quitting ardour and relaunching the project restores normal behaviour
> with no other adjustment of settings.
> best,
> patrick
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> |||  http://www.murmerings.com |||
> On 2018.03.07 09:48 , . m u r m e r . wrote:
> > On 2018.03.06 23:03 , Seablade - wrote:
> >> It shouldn't depend on a region being selected, at least previously if
> >> no region was selected it would apply to anything under the edit point.
> >
> > i can confirm that this is still true, at least when 'mouse' is selected
> > as the edit point. i've just checked, and indeed, if 'playhead' or
> > 'marker' are selected, the region must be active.
> >> Although I suppose it is good to ask at this point if you haven't
> >> changed the edit point on accident and it is working just with a
> >> different point in time than you expect.
> >
> > i'm pretty sure this is not happening, as i should then find a bunch of
> > unexpected splits elsewhere in the project afterwards, but that will be
> > the first thing i check the next time. i know i always confirm i've got
> > the right tool, but i may have missed an accidental edit point switch.
> > it was happening all day yesterday, but of course now today, everything
> > is working fine, so i can't test... :P
> >
> > is there a hotkey i could be hitting unawares to switch between edit
> > points?
> >
> > best,
> > patrick
> >
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