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Keeping the selected view after editing notes in MIDI-Editor

Quickly after drawing a new note, the Midi Editor switches back to show me the start of the clip.
So, each time before drawing the next note, I have to search for the "actual working area" again, which is wrist-breaking (specially for editing chords in longer clips).
This "view-behaviour" is independent of the button "view follows cursor" in the top menu bar.
What can I do so that the midi editors view area is locked there where I'm editing?
Many thanks!

rncbc's picture

hi, can you give more details ?
the behavior you report is not at all what is experienced here--does it for anyone?
is it about while playback is rolling? does Options > Display > Hold auto-scrolling... on or off help in any way?
really puzzled atm.

Ok. Then it's maybe because of my setup.
It's the recent Qtractor from the recent manjaro OS and it runs on two sreens. The first screen is 17", has a built-in PC and shows the desktop, taskbar, etc. The second screen has 24" and I'm using it for application that needs more space, like DAW.
I want to create some backing tracks in the next 3 days and will try to check the exact situation when it occurs (it wasn't during playback).
And will check "Options > Display > Hold auto-scrolling".
Until then: Cheers too :-)

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