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Tacman7
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I was looking in the help file and searched for resize but didn't see anything...

In videos guys are resizing the tracks with something, looked nice, wondered how you do that?

Thanks
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It's show in this video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I3C1pSBWW0E&list=PL132A095FF0E5774C

But they don't say how to do it.

I probably need to go through the commands...

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In reading the key commands:

http://forumsarchive.presonus.com/posts/list/23101.page

There's a bunch of commands not assigned, have to set them up...

Might use that on my jog wheel...


Track Height 1 Smallest Track Height
Track Height 2
Track Height 3
Track Height 4
Track Height 5
Track Height 6
Track Height 7
Track Height 8 Largest Track Height
Track Height Large
Track Height Medium
Track Height Minimal
Track Height Normal
Track Height Overview
Track Height Small
Track Height Tiny
Track Height X-Large
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You can change or step through vertical track heights by using the mousewheel + the CTRL key over the arrange space ... if your mouse has a wheel that is. The CRTL modifier in that case plays along with range selection editing since CTRL also calls the range selection cursor. When making (or about to make) a range selection you sometimes want to zoom in a bit ... use the mouse wheel.

Adding the shift key (CTRL+SHIFT) makes the mouse wheel zoom horizontal.

Hope that helps.
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Yes that works good, if I can get used to doing that won't need to be mapping any commands.

Thanks!

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And once again LMike shows me something I DID NOT know

And here I thought I knew EVERYTHING!

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Are there a way to zoom vertically only the selected track/tracks?
With a Key Command that is.

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Tacman7 wrote:Thanks!

You're very welcome Tacman.

As a "sidenote / FR . wish", it might be very nice to be able to adjust the "density" of the mousewheel in this case. To check a preference and make every mousewheel notch result in 2-3x the range as the current range (just for zooming). I do find myself lifting my finger off the wheel a few times to get another roll started when zooming with it. If the preference was available, I'd at least double the range.

bredo wrote:Are there a way to zoom vertically only the selected track/tracks?
With a Key Command that is.

Not that I'm aware of. Not for incrementally sizing one or a few selected tracks and leaving the others be. Not with with key commands afaik.

Maybe try using "Zoom to Selection" and "Zoom Selected Track". The latter isn't in the main menus, you'll have to go into the action list and bind it to a key. Obviously not the same thing you asked for though.

Hope that helps.
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Texas Willie wrote:And once again LMike shows me something I DID NOT know

And here I thought I knew EVERYTHING!

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