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Transport Bug

mk3

Logician
#1
Hello -

In order to maximize use of screen real estate, I use a floating Transport bar at the top of the Logic screen (which just covers the project name and the useless part of the Arrange window), and disable the integrated Transport at the bottom of the screen.

I use the keyboard shortcut (default: "T") to toggle the Transport view/hide.

Here's the bug: I've customized the Transport. However, once one hides the Transport, subsequent views bring up the default Transport (with default button set) instead of the customized one.

Recalling the locked screenset with the customized Transport is one work-around, but is slower than toggling the Transport, and also resets everything else in the screen set, so not good.

mk3
 

Eli

Logician
#2
Not a direct answer to your query - but did you know that you can easily hide the toolbar at the top of the Arrange Window (and thus the wasted space as well) by simply clicking in the rectangular button in the upper right hand corner?
 

mk3

Logician
#3
Not a direct answer to your query - but did you know that you can easily hide the toolbar at the top of the Arrange Window (and thus the wasted space as well) by simply clicking in the rectangular button in the upper right hand corner?
Dear Eli,

Yes, that's a very useful button. I usually keep the Toolbar hidden, and use keyboard shortcuts for the commands represented by the Toolbar buttons...
...ZM
 

mk3

Logician
#4
All the toggle and show/hide keyboard shortcuts are very useful.
T = toggle floating Transport
unassigned = hide/show integrated Transport
I = hide/show inspector
B = hide/show Audio Bin
R = hide/show Library
F = hide/show File Browser
E = hide/show Event list
K = hide/show Marker List

etc.

All in the keyboard shortcuts window. All very useful to reclaim screen space.

Oh, one more I just discovered:

V = show/hide all plug-in windows!


...ZM
 

mk3

Logician
#7
Please also have a look at FAQ # 11:

http://www.logic-users-group.com/index.php?q=logic-8-faq.html

It describes how to deal with these issues. If anything is missing, feel free to mention it :)

kind regards

Mark
You've got it covered, for the most part!
Maybe add in that one can also toggle the floating Transport (using "T") and event float (option-E), which in some cases are better options than using the integrated transport and the full Event list.

...mk3
 
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