Help for Audacity 2.x.x on Mac OS X.
This forum is for Audacity 2.x.x on Mac OS X 10.4 and later.
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and the exact three-section version number of Audacity from "Audacity menu > About Audacity".
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cbp67 wrote:Another option might be to keep the project file within the folder,
That's more or less how I work:
- my_project_imported files
- - file1.wav
- - file2.wav
My way of working as well. Also, I create the top-level folder, save and name the project as the very first thing - before I record or import anything. Which means I turn off the warning about saving an empty project.
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has been much discussed by Team members (including yourself at times)
I didn't discuss it. I just complained about it. I'm not a developer. I'm modeling the Lowly User.
Actually you've discussed this many times here on the Forum - and I carry your views forward to Team/dev discussions on this
And actually your views helped to shape James' views on this ...
And yes "modeling the Lowly User" is useful and appreciated - I try to do the same myself for QA testing (it's one of the reasons that I don't build the app on Windows or Mac)