Gilmir wrote:This means that I could eg. drag the selection from the end of a short clip and press spacebar multiple times looking for the correct start of the clip.
Gilmir wrote:I simply installed 2.1.0 very soon after opening this thread. With this everything works as I like (and need).
Gilmir wrote:The whole point for me is that I can effectively do two things at once - select with the mouse and practically simutaneously control the playback
Gilmir wrote: mute selections
Gilmir wrote:Working on larger projects (sometimes hours of audio), anything that saves time adds up to a really big difference.
Gilmir wrote:there is one single feature that works in Adobe Audition and I miss (a little bit) in Audacity - the ability to "pre cut" or "pre mute" a selection WHILE the playback is running. Basically - letting the clip play and seeing eg. breaths, cutting them out, before playback arrives at this point.
Gale Andrews wrote:One thing I don't think you can do in the Timeline is play from or start a new selection that starts exactly at the ending edge of the previous selection.
baillou2 wrote:I agree with the OP. I've experience the same interruption in workflow. I do a lot of heavy editing and it's almost unbearable. Indeed I'd rather have the constant crashing back for the sake of being able to highlight and start/stop.
I use Ubuntu and so it's a little tricky finding an older version to install.
Can anyone point me in the direction of a 2.1.0 version?
mbagby wrote:The changes that have been made to the space bar function (for whatever reason) have thrown this process under bus.
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