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Get User Groove missing notes whose start is on item left-hand edge #348

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Jeff0S opened this Issue Jul 8, 2014 · 8 comments

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Jeff0S commented Jul 8, 2014

From DavidMil...@gmail.com on August 15, 2011 14:05:03

Use, as source for user groove, the notes of an item which include a note whose start coincides with the left-hand edge of the item; Get User Groove; apply this user groove to the first few notes of a new item, the first of these notes starting slightly after the item's left-hand edge, the subsequent selected notes starting slightly later than their equivalents did in the groove source (ie use a copy of the original item and slide the first few notes slightly to the right).

The selected notes should be moved to the left, the first of them being made to coincide with the position of the item left-hand edge. However, while this is the case for subsequent selected notes, the first note retains its initial position slightly to the right of the item left-hand edge.

SWS/S&M Version 2.1.0.1

Using Reaper version 3.78, Windows XP 32-bit.

Original issue: http://code.google.com/p/sws-extension/issues/detail?id=348

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Jeff0S commented Jul 8, 2014

From swstim on August 19, 2011 09:19:26

Labels: component-GrooveTool

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Jeff0S commented Jul 8, 2014

From fingersmcgarnickle on August 26, 2011 09:42:18

Hey,

I can't reproduce this. I create a MIDI item. Get the groove from it, move the notes forward a little bit and then apply the groove. All the notes follow the groove, including the first one. Could you post an example project?

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Jeff0S commented Jul 8, 2014

From DavidMil...@gmail.com on August 28, 2011 04:30:12

Here you go. I've just discovered something while making sure that this project does indeed facilitate recreating the problem, and I must first observe that I don't now believe that Item 02 in the project is a copy of Item 01. I must apologise for having advised to use items which are copies of eachother: If I carry out the actions an the items as-is, the problem is recreated. If however, I replace Item 02 with a copy of Item 01 (as I originally said I had done but now don't believe I had!), the tool works perfectly!

It's as though there's some way in which the left-hand edge of Item 02 as-is is not equivalent to the left-hand edge of item 01. Both edges fall on tick 000 of beat 1 and I can't see any other differences between the two items one that level.

Attachment: Example Project.RPP

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Jeff0S commented Jul 8, 2014

From fingersmcgarnickle on August 31, 2011 07:20:49

Thanks. I can reproduce it. Should not be hard to fix.

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Jeff0S commented Jul 8, 2014

From fingersmcgarnickle on August 31, 2011 22:45:39

I think this should be fixed now

Status: Fixed

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Jeff0S commented Jul 8, 2014

From DavidMil...@gmail.com on September 02, 2011 13:57:48

Cool! I'll keep an eye on the version updates - thanks for giving this your time and attention.

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Jeff0S commented Jul 8, 2014

From swstim on September 02, 2011 21:20:12

2.1.0 #7 is posted now with the fix. https://code.google.com/p/sws-extension/downloads/list

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Jeff0S commented Jul 8, 2014

From DavidMil...@gmail.com on September 04, 2011 03:36:37

Yep, that's working for me. Excellent!

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