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Bug reports for Audacity 2.2.2 alpha

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Recording

Permanent link to this post Posted by rj7500 » Tue Jan 02, 2018 5:10 pm

Hi
I recently downloaded 2.2.1 and honestly I'm not thrilled. I don't like the look and I find some new features annoying.
Previously, when I needed to re-record a portion of a recording, I would stop at given area and hit record. Audacity would then open a new track, I would record, cut and paste it into my existing track. Now, when I attempt to do that, the program acts as if I'm appending a previous recording.....it picks up at the end of my previous recording and records.
I've tried shift record and ctrl record but they don't seem to work.
Any suggestions.....
If not, can I get back to the last version of the software?

Windows 10

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Re: Recording

Permanent link to this post Posted by ve4jhj » Tue Jan 02, 2018 5:21 pm

This was a change that was introduced in version 2.2.0 to always append to the current track.

If you're wanting the old behaviour by default, check "Always record on a new track" in the recording preferences.
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Re: Recording

Permanent link to this post Posted by rj7500 » Tue Jan 02, 2018 5:34 pm

Thanks
Always a pleasure dealing with you folks.

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