On 13/06/12 16:33, Thorsten Wilms wrote:
On 06/13/2012 09:56 AM, Simon Wise wrote:define "a fader move" ... how far do you go back ... especially if you are moving the faders via midi, more than one at the same time (actually those moves would be interlaced I guess), and perhaps with a bit of noise from the interface, and possibly other controls being operated while the faders are moving??Good point, but none of that applies if you tweak one fader at a time via mouse. One step is either a before/after a drag, or a single mouse wheel event (or cursor key).
But how sensible or practical is it to have an undo when there is only a single mouse action, but not when there are multiple actions happening? what about keyboard shortcuts, these can also lead to overlaps between mouse drags and other undo-able actions. What is put on the undo queue in this case? These are not impossible issues to resolve, but are still tricky.
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