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2 feature requests: Freeze markers, copy markers

 
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rmccord



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Location: Nevada City, CA

PostPosted: Wed Dec 09, 2015 6:15 pm    Post subject: 2 feature requests: Freeze markers, copy markers Reply with quote

When I add a second track, anything I do (e.g., paste the second track's content, or delete something from the second track) moves all the markers that I've so carefully positioned on the first track. This is making my editing extremely frustrating.

I understand that markers are global, not track-specific. It would be very, very helpful if you would add a command to freeze/unfreeze marker positions. Then I could freeze them, do my edits on the second track without affecting the markers, then unfreeze marker positions so future edits would affect marker positions if I choose to leave markers unfrozen.

My second request builds on this: In older versions of Amadeus Pro, I remember being able to copy a track and paste it as a second track in another file, and the markers would travel with it. This was very useful. In v2, the markers don't make it to the new file. (They do make it if I paste into a brand new file, but not if I paste as a second track into an existing file.) It would be lovely if either (a) Copy would always bring the markers along, or (b) there were a toggle that allows one to choose whether or not Copy would bring along the markers.

Thank you for considering these improvements, Martin.
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