Re: [LAU] ardour: vertical zoom?

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Date: Saturday, February 25, 2012 - 8:17 pm

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Fred, your solution was indeed the ticket. Thanks.

For those playing at home, however.........

Doc said:

> either you use menu->track->height...

And I wasn't able to figure out either of these.

Where is this 'menu->track->height' option?

Also, grabbing the "downside" of the track header didn't seem to work. I'm
willing to bet that I'm either misunderstanding what "downside" or "track
header" means (or both at the same time) though.

Thanks amigos!

-Aaron

On Sat, Feb 25, 2012 at 12:10 AM, fred wrote:

> Le 25/02/2012 08:42, Dragan Noveski a =E9crit :

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Fred, your solution was indeed the ticket.=A0 Thanks.For those play=
ing at home, however.........Doc said:
either you use menu->track->height...
or you grab the downside of the track header with the mouse and pull it
up so it becomes larger.And I wasn't able to =
figure out either of these.Where is this 'menu->track->he=
ight' option?Also, grabbing the "downside" of the tra=
ck header didn't seem to work.=A0 I'm willing to bet that I'm e=
ither misunderstanding what "downside" or "track header&quot=
; means (or both at the same time) though.
Thanks amigos!-Aaron
On Sat, Feb 25, 2012 at 12:10 AM, fred <f.rech@yahoo.fr>=
wrote:
Le 25/02/2012 08:42, Dragan Noveski a =E9crit :

On 25.02.2012 08:30, Aaron L. wrote:

I'm sure I'll regret sending this as I'll find the solution
immediately after sending it.

But let's say I don't.

How does one zoom-in vertically?

Thanks!

hallo,

either you use menu->track->height...

or you grab the downside of the track header with the mouse and pull it
up so it becomes larger.

hope it helps?

cheers,
doc

Hi,

quicker if you use shift + scroll mouse, the mouse pointer should be over t=
he track you like to zoom in/out. control + scroll is to (un)zoom in the ot=
her dimension.

For other shortcuts, you may like to type Alt+K...

Have fun !
Fred
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[LAU] ardour: vertical zoom?, Aaron L., (Sat Feb 25, 7:30 am)
Re: [LAU] ardour: vertical zoom?, Dragan Noveski, (Sat Feb 25, 7:43 am)
Re: [LAU] ardour: vertical zoom?, fred, (Sat Feb 25, 8:12 am)
Re: [LAU] ardour: vertical zoom?, Aaron L., (Sat Feb 25, 8:17 pm)
Re: [LAU] ardour: vertical zoom?, Dragan Noveski, (Mon Feb 27, 1:56 pm)
Re: [LAU] ardour: vertical zoom?, Frédéric Rech, (Sun Feb 26, 7:01 am)