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On Sat, Apr 6, 2013 at 8:38 AM, Paul Davis wrote:
i should probably mention that i don't believe that the fixed version of
GTK has been released yet.
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=A0 This is Ardour 1:2.8.14-1 (Linux Mint x86_64). =A0I have now created th=
ree new sessions, and at first I thought I did somethign wrong, but now aft=
er creating another one I see that the specified directory I indicate for a=
new session in the opening dialog shown when Ardour starts was rightly cho=
sen from the directory dialog box but still, the session was created in the=
home directory instead.
this is a bug in the version of GTK you are usi=
ng. the bug also exists in the prebuilt versions of Ardour 2.x from ardour.org, but NOT Ardour 3.0=
which comes with an updated version of GTK.
i should probably mention that i don'=
t believe that the fixed version of GTK has been released yet.=A0