sugarcool6 wrote:And again; if you keep looking at the play-line/indicator (the vertikal white line under the litle green triangle, that passes the timeline very fast)
The speed depends on your zoom level. The closer-in you are zoomed, the faster it moves. You need to try and find a happy compromise so that it is not moving too fast to see, but is zoomed in close enough to get close to where the click is.
sugarcool6 wrote:why isn't there a view in this software that you can see the damadged area in a kind of slow-motion window,
You can play at slow speed using the "Play at Speed" control ("Transcription toolbar": http://manual.audacityteam.org/man/tran ... olbar.html
), but that is not likely to help very much because when a click is played in "slow motion" it ceases to be a "click" and turns into a "thwoom" which is hard to hear.
Once you get close to where the click is, there are several ways to help pinpoint the location more exactly. Looking for red vertical lines in the track Spectrogram view is usually the best (Tip: zoom out vertically so that you can see the high frequencies. http://manual.audacityteam.org/man/zoom ... l#vertical
Also you can use "Timeline Quick Play" to loop play a small region, which can indicate whether the click is near the start, middle or end of the section that you are looping (See: http://manual.audacityteam.org/man/timeline.html#tqp