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matthewgorman wrote:
LMike wrote:Ok, I'm confused now. That's what the control mod does.



Maybe I am bananas? I tried every key combo and could not get it to do that. All it did was drag the start of the loop. What you are showing is exactly what I wanted it to do. Guess I'll try it again later today.


you need to press Ctrl while your mouse is on the middle of the loop and the arrow will become an hand.
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I could have sworn that I did that, but I am not above the occasional (or frequent) facepalm. I will report back with my embarrassing findings later today after work.
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matthewgorman wrote:I could have sworn that I did that, but I am not above the occasional (or frequent) facepalm. I will report back with my embarrassing findings later today after work.


I don't think we will ever hear from Matthew again. He will be so embarrassed that he was feature-blind on the loop thing that he will leave beloved Jersey and find a pretty little place in Southern California down San Diego way where they play guitar all night and all day

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dgkenney wrote:
matthewgorman wrote:I could have sworn that I did that, but I am not above the occasional (or frequent) facepalm. I will report back with my embarrassing findings later today after work.


I don't think we will ever hear from Matthew again. He will be so embarrassed that he was feature-blind on the loop thing that he will leave beloved Jersey and find a pretty little place in Southern California down San Diego way where they play guitar all night and all day

Dan


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matthewgorman wrote:

Oh Dan, I laugh in the face of my detractors, and really tractors in general.


Tractors, sure. But what about beat up old Buicks even if you are dressed like dynamite?

Try selling your "my loop don't move" to the hard girls over on Easy Street cause it falls apart so easy and you know that Bitwig ain't that cheap.

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If we had a dollar for every time we did something arguably stupid, we'd all be in Forbes magazine.
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dgkenney wrote:
matthewgorman wrote:

Oh Dan, I laugh in the face of my detractors, and really tractors in general.


Tractors, sure. But what about beat up old Buicks even if you are dressed like dynamite?

Try selling your "my loop don't move" to the hard girls over on Easy Street cause it falls apart so easy and you know that Bitwig ain't that cheap.

Dan


At least LMike has fancy graphics when he mocks me. Your startling lack of creativity in your mockery, is a mockery to the mocking profession.

Its time to send the torch enabled villagers to your doorstep to see how tough you really are. Where's your messiah now, Flanders.
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LMike wrote:If we had a dollar for every time we did something arguably stupid, we'd all be in Forbes magazine.


If that were true, I surely wouldn't be slumming it with the likes of Forbes Magazine.
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By the way, "Movable Loop" should be a band name.
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matthewgorman wrote:By the way, "Movable Loop" should be a band name.


Damn!!! You let the cat out of the bag. Now we are going to have to call our secret uinderground super group Lovable Moop.

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dgkenney wrote: Lovable Moop.

Moop!

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I was looking for that picture, but then the butterfly flew in front of my face, and then....well....you know.....what were we talking about?
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I had no idea you could do that.
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Move loop to cursor, macro and toolbar icon attached.



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