In the past if using multiple file breaks the tab key would take you to the next edit point and you could just type the new info. This no longer works and is a real pain now.
Could you be more specific about what you are trying to do? I don’t understand “multiple file breaks”, and I don’t understand why you would be typing “new info” at the “next edit point”. Are you talking about labels?
When you add edit points to break apart a larger recording with Cmd-B. In the past, you could note the locations like that and then go back to the first item and tab and add labels to all the locations. It doesn’t work anymore.
Yes, that’s a bug. I’ll raise an issue on github. Thanks for reporting.
It’s already logged. I reported the bug back in November 2021.
As noted in a comment of the bug report (Cannot edit labels without switching to mouse for each label · Issue #2079 · audacity/audacity · GitHub), a possible workaround on Windows is:
- Tab to the label position
- Press “Ctrl + F2”
- Enter the text, then press “Enter” to close the text edit.
I can’t test if this workaround still works as I don’t use Windows.
Thanks. It is a very handy feature. Hope it makes it’s way back. I love that it supports a Logitech MX Master 3 mouse and it’s side scroll. (but not the same)
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