As per title. CMD-clicking a trim automation node in PT 12.6.0 does not give 0.1 dB fine tuning of the automation, instead it snaps the node to the grid, even in slip mode. CMD-clicking regular volume automation still works as expected. (The current workaround is using the "extreme" track height temporarily)
-write automation to a clip by 'Write To All Enabled'
-change the cliplength with the trim tool
-breakpoints get lost
-add a fade-in or fade-out to the clip
-move the fade-in around
-> the breakpoint possition is set in the middle of the fade-
-> this behaviour is wrong, and when correcting the automation by select the clip, write to all enable, all automation get's lost because there is... more »
When in an Automation Lane in the Edit Window, grabbing a line between two nodes works as expected. You move that (flat) line up or down. But we used to be able to grab the line between two nodes with the key modifiers option-shift, and conveniently, the Automation would ramp up and/or down from the previous or next adjacent nodes, creating something like a roof with the... more »
That unexpected bump seems to even be saved in every single session backup file - so there’s no going back.
My guess is that the plugin doesn’t correctly (or at all) save its values in the session file, so when PT tries to open the plugin, from any .ptx file or any session backup, it can’t... more »