Mute a track with the right mouse button.

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Kimbo72
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Post by Kimbo72 » 02-14-20 12:50 pm

Hi, i like to see the function right click with the mouse button to mute a track.

So when i'm in the MIDI file edit mode is must open up a little window to mute a midi track.
But is will be nice if we can do this with the right click of the mouse button.

Kind regards Kimbo.

Nicholas
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Post by Nicholas » 02-25-20 12:59 pm

Which little window did you mean? In step #6 of this guide it should only take a single (left) click.

Kimbo72
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Post by Kimbo72 » 03-03-20 8:36 pm

I mean number 5 to mute a track from a MIDI file.
Why not do this with a right click of to mouse button like we mute the sound of a track.
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Nicholas
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Post by Nicholas » 03-04-20 11:52 am

Do you mean "hide" (instead of mute)? A right-click shortcut there would be a nice productivity boost and shouldn't take more than one line of code. I'll see if I can get that included in the upcoming 10.7 development preview.

Kimbo72
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Post by Kimbo72 » 03-05-20 4:07 pm

Nicholas wrote:
03-04-20 11:52 am
Do you mean "hide" (instead of mute)? A right-click shortcut there would be a nice productivity boost and shouldn't take more than one line of code. I'll see if I can get that included in the upcoming 10.7 development preview.
Yes i mean hide track.
Or some button that hide all tracks so we can decide which track goes on or stays off.
Some Midi files have a lot of tracks.

Nicholas
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Post by Nicholas » 03-05-20 8:07 pm

You can hide all tracks by dragging one of the "Hidden" tiles to the "All Parts" button. See step #8 in the same guide.

And in the Synthesia 10.7 development preview that should (hopefully!) go out the door tomorrow, you can now right-click to hide them individually, too!

Kimbo72
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Post by Kimbo72 » 03-06-20 1:02 pm

Ok that's look nice.
Thanks for your information.

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