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Filter box in auto-color on Win7 won't allow empty value.. can't auto-color all markers #602

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Jeff0S opened this issue Jul 8, 2014 · 1 comment

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@Jeff0S Jeff0S commented Jul 8, 2014

From dream...@gmail.com on October 05, 2013 03:39:20

What steps will reproduce the problem? Select Auto-Color/Icon and add a Marker type auto-color, and set a color.
Leave filter alone, set to "(name)", and nothing happens to markers. Try to set filter to an empty string, and it pops back to "(name)". Set filter to a valid beginning of a marker name, and auto-color works. What is the expected output? What do you see instead? According to documentation, I should be able to right-click the filter box and select from a list of special filters. That doesn't work either. I expect auto-color of markers to work with a blank filter.

What version of SWS extension are you using? (Extensions -> About SWS...)
2.4.0 build #1 What is your Reaper version number and CPU architecture (e.g. Reaper 3.75 x64)? 4.5.3/x64 What operating system are you running? (e.g. Windows XP/7, OSX 10.5.8 etc, 64bit?) Windows 7 64-bit

Original issue: http://code.google.com/p/sws-extension/issues/detail?id=602

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@Jeff0S Jeff0S commented Jul 8, 2014

From jeffos...@gmail.com on October 09, 2013 11:54:51

thanks for the report, coming soon ( r1141 )

Status: Fixed

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