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Groove markers are giving me files in the tens of megabytes, even on projects with little in them. #297
From email@example.com on May 21, 2011 21:25:48
I'm not sure how this has started happening but at the bottom of my reaper files in the sws section I get this kind of text but it repeats enough times to get it up to about 30 meg on a song with only 2 audio files.
It just goes on and on like that. any ideas? I only have the standard grooves installed too.
What version of SWS extension are you using? (Extensions -> About SWS...)
Beta 126.96.36.199 What is your Reaper version number and CPU architecture (e.g. Reaper 3.75 x64)? reaper beta 6 32bit with win7 64bit. What operating system are you running? (e.g. Windows XP/7, OSX 10.5.8 etc, 64bit?)
Original issue: http://code.google.com/p/sws-extension/issues/detail?id=297
From swstim on May 21, 2011 17:54:22
Fingers, have a few minutes to fix this soon? I took a quick look and 1) you should probably clear your list on BeginLoadProjectState, and probably check for dupes and not add in AddGrooveMarker.
If you're busy let me know and I can fix for you too, just wanted to give you first crack at it.
From fingersmcgarnickle on May 21, 2011 20:29:01
Should be fixed now. I have changed the behaviour to only use the groove marker stuff in the project to delete the markers when loading. I think this makes the most sense as grooves are not saved in the project, so toggling a groove in another reaper session doesn't really make much sense.
For your large buggy projects you will just have to save them again and they will go back to normal! Sorry for the f*ck up, and thanks for the bug report.