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Owinger

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  1. Wow, I feel stupid. It's all sorted now. Thank you very much! :D
  2. I don't think I'm using the proper terms, because I'm still having problems. The built-in custom grid snap values always assume 4/4 time signature, right? Let's say I'm in the middle of a song, and the current measure has a 4/4 time signature. If I use the built-in grid snap value 1/24, and then press Ctrl + Shift + Page Down FIVE TIMES. And then... I set a CUSTOM grid snap value of 1/24, and then I press Ctrl + Shift + Page Down FIVE TIMES. I should seek at the EXACT same speed, no? Because I'm doing that, and it's not. The custom grid snap value is 4 times slower than the built-i
  3. What do you mean by that? I set the custom grid snap value to 1/24 and it doesn't seek at the same pace as the preset 1/24 grid snap value. You said that built-in grid snap intervals always assume 4/4 time signature. How can I make custom grid snap intervals always use the current time signature in the song? For example, let's say I'm at measure 50 and the current time signature is 5/4. If I set a custom grid snap interval, how I can make it seek at the 5/4 time signature's pace? I hope I explained that well enough. If I didn't, please let me know and I'll elaborate. :wacko:
  4. Is there a way to automatically use the song's current time signature?
  5. I'm encountering a strange bug with custom grid snap values... When I select Edit>Grid Snap>1/24 and then I press Ctrl + Shift + Page Down a total of 5 times I'll be at 00:00.385 in the song. When I select Edit>Grid Snap>Custom and set the intervals value to 24 and select beat and then I press Ctrl + Shift + Page Down a total of 5 times I'll be at 00:00.096 in the song. It's the exact same grid snap value. Why does this happen?
  6. Is there any way to copy the seek position to clipboard?
  7. Oops! Thank you, and sorry about that. That solved the problem. :unsure: Also, what if I wanted to skip to a more precise measure like 30.4370? How would I use Pg Dn to navigate to that point?
  8. I'm trying to use the Song>Seek>Beat/Measure feature to skip to the measure "49.5" in the song Barracuda on GH3. I used File>Import>Feedback to import the song chart. First of all, I am unable to use decimals in the measure's number. (What happens when someone wants to skip to a certain part of a measure?) Secondly, when I try to skip to the 49th measure, it instead brings me to the 42nd measure. I'm using EOF 1.8RC11 with the latest hotfix (7-2-2016). barracuda.chart barracuda.mp3
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