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Technical Support / Re: Edit track details bad behaviour
« Last post by Steve Crook on May 04, 2020, 11:24:30 pm »
Wouldn't argue, but, you know, monkeys & Shakespeare.

In this particular case I wasn't actually trying to type anything, I dropped a pen that happened to hit that bit of the keyboard :-|

But, FWIW, I've done this once when VS wasn't full screen, and I didn't notice that it had focus, and a pressed ESC to dismiss a dialog in another app that I thought had focus, and once while I was actually typing, paused to look at something onscreen, my hand wandered enough that the next character I typed wasn't 1.


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Technical Support / Re: Edit track details bad behaviour
« Last post by Paul Sanders (AlpineSoft) on May 04, 2020, 08:17:58 pm »
Hmm, maybe.  But the Esc key is at a far extreme of the keyboard for a reason.
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Technical Support / Edit track details bad behaviour
« Last post by Steve Crook on May 04, 2020, 07:28:10 pm »
I can enter information into the Edit Track dialog then accidentally press 'escape' and have the dialog disappear along with all my unsaved typing. It would be nice if there was an "are you sure" dialog pop up if there are unsaved changes.
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General Discussion / Re: Track timings on the track lookup...
« Last post by Paul Sanders (AlpineSoft) on April 27, 2020, 06:48:47 pm »
Hi,

No, it's just the order in which Discogs returns the albums.  And to do what you ask would be too slow as it involves an additional lookup for each album listed, sorry.
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General Discussion / Track timings on the track lookup...
« Last post by Steve Crook on April 27, 2020, 11:01:36 am »
Generally, when I lookup tracks I scroll to the first album with a date that matches what I'm recording. Almost always it has no track times, but the next one does. It's got the the point where I'm convinced this is a thing and not blind chance. Is this something VS is doing? Is it the ordering from the lookup? Do I need to make a tinfoil hat? Please put me out of my misery...

For instance, Jackson Browne: Lawyers In Love, Running On Empty, World In Motion. Lookup and then scroll to the part of the listing where the albums have dates that correspond to the original album release date.   

Also, it would be helpful if the listing were able to indicate which have track timing and which don't. Though I suspect your answer will be you'd have to make searches for each of the albums listed to be able to discover that information and Discogs would blacklist you...
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General Discussion / Re: Suggestion: track listing lookup / discogs
« Last post by RonP on April 21, 2020, 01:52:00 pm »
I have also discovered I can use

[r1234567890] in this dialog box and the Import Sound File dialog box as well



Sublime!

 ;D
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Technical Support / Re: Cleanup Audio tab is slow
« Last post by davelr on April 20, 2020, 02:55:04 pm »
Thanks Paul
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Technical Support / Re: Straight line Waveform
« Last post by dano-atlga on April 20, 2020, 11:24:57 am »
I will ask!  Thanks so much for your help!
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Technical Support / Re: Straight line Waveform
« Last post by Paul Sanders (AlpineSoft) on April 20, 2020, 01:32:03 am »
> Maybe it is a flaw with the Denon

Indeed.  It might be interesting to hear what they have to say about this.
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Technical Support / Re: Straight line Waveform
« Last post by dano-atlga on April 20, 2020, 01:17:40 am »
Good to know.  That is interesting.  Maybe it is a flaw with the Denon.  I do not think I am pulling the usb out that quickly since I am usually recording 3 to 4 lps before removing.  Thanks for the followup
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