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coplan
Posted 2005-03-07 2:41 AM (#13267)
Subject: Keymaps (Minus Key not working)


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I'm using Cubase SX with the standard VST support. Everything seems to be working okay with exception of one key that I've noticed so far. The '-' key on the keypad seems to do the same thing as the '/' key. That said, I think the real problem is that I have a US keymap set on my computer. But I see that the UK version is my only option.

Is there a work-around or another key that would serve the same function? When I go to the next pattern, I cannot seem to go back to the previous pattern because that key is not working.
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chrisnash
Posted 2005-03-07 11:08 AM (#13268 - in reply to #13267)
Subject: Keymaps (Minus Key not working)



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Hi Coplan,

Thanks for reporting the bug. I can confirm that this is also a bug in the UK - in the last version, Octave Shift was moved from Shift-'-'/'=' to just '-'/'=', and it now seems that reViSiT isn't making a distinction between the numpad and main keyboard minuses. In the meantime, you can use the '[' and ']' for pattern navigation - this combination being recently introduced for laptop users, who don't have a numpad at all. I'll try to fix the other keys for the next release.

All the best,
Chris


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