Am I missing something about automation?

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Every control that has adjustable values within LMMS appears to have a ‘Double click’ in order to enter an exact value, however, the automation points/dots are not like this and it can be quite frustrating when trying to enter values across a few automation points and your mouse keeps going over and under slightly the exact value.

Is there a way of entering an exact value for automation points I don’t know about? If not, can it be done?
Incorruptable wrote:
Tue Sep 10, 2019 9:41 am
‘Double click’ to enter an exact value on the automation points/dots
True, that is not implemented.
It is however possible to set a high resolution, and the value of the point-position, is shown next to the cursor.
Have you tried that?
Thanks, i do have the value next to my cursor, it is just annoying me if i want a value of lets say, 125, and i keep getting 124.5 and then 125.5 and so on.

I know it will be indeterminable for a listener, but it just bugs me.
Did you change the zoom of the automation ?

Setting it to 400 or higher should solve you're problem.

First zoom option ( first box top left ) is to zoom the width.
Second one, the one you want for this, zooms the height of the automation.
Gps wrote:
Wed Sep 11, 2019 7:47 pm
Did you change the zoom of the automation ?

Setting it to 400 or higher should solve you're problem.

First zoom option ( first box top left ) is to zoom the width.
Second one, the one you want for this, zooms the height of the automation.
Why did i not see that before!!

Its on Piano roll and Song editor and i have used it there when i needed it.

Just checked it and it is exactly what i needed as it is giving many measurements now in between points i could not see before.

Thanks GPS

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