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IDCategoryLast Update
0008320bugs2021-08-25 00:44
Reporterdon3Assigned To 
Reproducibilityalways 
Status newResolutionopen 
PlatformRedhatOSLinuxOS Version(any)
Product Version6.2 
Fixed in Version 
Summary0008320: A6 no longer remembers user-selected ruler fields
DescriptionArdour version: 6.2.33-dbg

Under previous versions, Ardour remembered the user's choice of fields to display in the ruler section. I believe it was stored in the session, and also inherited from templates.

In Ardour 6, every time I open a session, it reverts to a fixed list of fields -- everything except Samples and Video. Is there a way to get the previous behaviour? If not, this seems to be a regression.
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related to 0008717 closedBenLoftis by changing grid mode Rulers (meter && tempo) that I have nothing to do with them appear 

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x42

2020-07-19 15:41

administrator   ~0024770

Ardour6 currently automatically shows rulers when a corresponding grid is used.

That does however indeed have some issues associated with it, and ruler visibility is indeed not correctly remembered

don3

2020-07-27 11:54

reporter   ~0024821

Ah, I didn't realize there was anything automatic going on there. That sounds like a nice feature -- although I just tried some different grid settings and I didn't see the rulers change.

For me, since I use Ardour mostly for live recording and (non-musical) editing, I don't usually care about the musical rulers (Bars:Beats, Meter, Tempo), and I don't usually need Timecode either. Removing the rulers I don't need frees up a little vertical space on the screen. Not a huge deal, it's just a new little speed bump in the workflow. Unfortunately, as crashy as A6 has been for me, it's something I've been having to do rather more often.

Issue History

Date Modified Username Field Change
2020-07-19 04:45 don3 New Issue
2020-07-19 15:41 x42 Note Added: 0024770
2020-07-27 11:54 don3 Note Added: 0024821
2021-08-25 00:44 x42 Relationship added related to 0008717