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String Mute

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Offline   Rockfirstlast


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I am using eof hotfix (1-14-2020)


If I select the "Mute:String" option under "Edit Pro Guitar Note" menu and press "Apply", everything works as expected.

After I press "OK" the string mute status goes away.

Offline   raynebc


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That radio button is a bit complicated in how it works, it only allows the status to be applied if all gems in the note are already marked as string mutes.  Use the "mute" checkbox next to each gem instead, or use the CTRL+X (remove fret number and apply string mute status) or SHIFT+X (keep existing fret number and apply strnig mute status) controls.