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Subject: Stoopid SX 2.0 Q


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Original Message 1/5             31-Mar-04  @  08:07 PM   -   Stoopid SX 2.0 Q

Groovemonkey

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OK...

So VST 5.1... Paste always pasted to the end of the current pattern...

So pressing CTRL V means you create a whole track full of the same part.

Not so in SX 2.0... CTRL V always pastes at the current song position and if at the currently selected track.

Now I can see some sense in that, but can it be made to behave in the same way as VST?

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Message 2/5             31-Mar-04  @  08:19 PM   -   RE: Stoopid SX 2.0 Q

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right click "duplicate track"?

or, CTRL+D duplicates whatever you selected and puts it at the end of that part/event

(make sure the part/event is the correct length IE 1bar so ctrl+d puts stuff in place lined up properly)



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Message 3/5             31-Mar-04  @  08:38 PM   -   RE: Stoopid SX 2.0 Q

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Coool. Thanks Influx

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Message 4/5             01-Apr-04  @  12:47 AM   -   RE: Stoopid SX 2.0 Q

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oh I forgot to say RTFM



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Message 5/5             07-Apr-04  @  11:09 AM   -   RE: Stoopid SX 2.0 Q

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yeah......  



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