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|ID||Category||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0008751||bugs||2021-06-19 18:07||2021-06-19 18:07|
|Platform||Debian GNU||OS||Linux||OS Version||(any)|
|Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0008751: Ruler is displayed wrongly when snap is not activated|
|Description||When changing from 1/8 (or bigger) to 1/16 (or smaller) grids, the ruler always shows 1/8, regardless of which value you choose. If you _previously_ activate snap, then it behaves correctly -if you select 1/16 it shows fifteen lines between bar lines included the reference numbers (beats and ticks). However, if you firstly select, for example, 1/16 and then activate "snap", the ruler doesn't diplay that resolution. So you have to set a greater value and then go back to 1/16 in order to get the right ruler.|
Expected behaviour: ruler always displays the selected grid value, no matter if "snap" is on or off.
|Steps To Reproduce||1. Turn snap off|
2. Select 1/8 (or bigger) grid
3. Change to 1/16 (or smaller) grid
4. The ruler always shows 1/8, instead of 1/16 (or the smaller grid you have chosen)
|Additional Information||It doesn't matter which mode you use. I've also tried changing "General Snap options" in preference, but it didn't seem to affect this behaviour.|
I tried this on 6.7.187, 6.7.0 and 6.6.0 versions.
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