Managed to screw up the Key Editor colours

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Managed to screw up the Key Editor colours

Post by ZeroZero » Mon Dec 26, 2016 10:48 pm

Managed to screw up the Key Editor colours. Now, where the locators are set in the Key Editor there is a blue colour throughout all of the area underneath the range. TBH I was in the prefs but I can't find a way of ridding myself of this.

Does anyone know

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Re: Managed to screw up the Key Editor colours

Post by mikedit » Tue Dec 27, 2016 10:17 am

you probably selected the Transport Cycle to ON, that turns the selected area blue
Normally you would do that with the Cycle icon on the Transport Control Panel, but you can also (accidentally) do it by clicking on the upper part of the range numbers bar
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Re: Managed to screw up the Key Editor colours

Post by ZeroZero » Tue Dec 27, 2016 10:50 am

Thanks but its not that, it's the key editor itself, the whole selected area, that has turned blue - not just the header. Thanks for trying. It does have to do with the locators though.
It might "turn the selected area blue" where you are, but I am accustomed to it not doing so, have not seen this before.

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Re: Managed to screw up the Key Editor colours

Post by pumpkin » Tue Dec 27, 2016 11:02 am

Have you changed any of your colors at all? If so, have you checked Appearance - Colors - Editors. And especially if you have maybe activated the "Use project colors" checkbox? Try and deactivate it to see if that solves your issues.
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Re: Managed to screw up the Key Editor colours

Post by ZeroZero » Tue Dec 27, 2016 11:21 am

Yes you got it pumpkin - it was the "Editor Cycle Color" it had changed to blue - I don't recall doing it, but then my last remaining neuron sometimes hides in the cupboard. I unchecked the "Use Project Colors" on the very first day - like everyone else!

thank you!

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Re: Managed to screw up the Key Editor colours

Post by pumpkin » Tue Dec 27, 2016 11:23 am

Glad to hear you got it solved ;)
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