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CTRL + Z inside effects ?

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Feb 07, 2024 Feb 07, 2024

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Hi everyone

When I CTRL + Z on an effect i'm tweaking, it doesnt cancel my previous effect parameter tweaking but cancels the action of opening the effect !
How am I supposed to CTRL + Z when tweaking effects ? This is really annoying

Thankssss !


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Feb 07, 2024 Feb 07, 2024

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You aren't supposed to. Ctrl+Z is the command to undo an operation, and tweaking a parameter doesn't count as an operation as such. An operation in this sense would be applying the effect. The usual way to adjust effect parameters is to use the 'power' button on the effect to make an immediate comparison between the setting you've made and the unaffected signal.

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Damn what a terrible audio software
Thanks for taking the time to answer SteveG, have a good day

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