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browj2 wrote on 11/26/2019, 11:23 AM

@Donald-Fyffe

Hi,

I have the same version, but I don't have any auto file scroll in the import tab. Could it be that there is a problem with your mouse? If your mouse is not plugged in, do you have the same problem?

John CB

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Donald-Fyffe wrote on 11/26/2019, 12:51 PM

No its not a mouse or touchpad issue, Im using my laptop with a touch pad, This is what is happening, when I scroll down my files list with the scroll bar, as soon as I release the scroll bar, the files list scroll back to the top, first file in the list, I have to use the down arrow and go down the file list one at a time, to get to the file i want to open, If I use the scroll bar on the right side, as soon as I release it, the list scroll back to the top, I can only use the up or down arrows to highlight the file I want to open.

Donald-Fyffe wrote on 11/26/2019, 1:28 PM

Here is a screen capture of the problem

emmrecs wrote on 11/27/2019, 3:42 AM

@Donald-Fyffe

I can reproduce this, using the same version of SFACL! I think you need to raise a Support Ticket, via the Contact button in the footer of every forum page.

@browj2

In order to check this I had to have the files panel display "enough files" to invoke the scroll bar, IOW I actually had it show the contents of another directory. As soon as I did this the scroll bar appeared. Dragging it down and then releasing it echoed the behaviour that @Donald-Fyffe is seeing.

I think this is a bug!

Jeff

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ralftaro wrote on 11/27/2019, 7:03 AM

Hi all,

This is a known issue. Somewhat aggravating indeed. I already escalated it to development for their attention. Unfortunately, I cannot say how soon this would be addressed and patched, though. Thanks for your understanding.

 

Donald-Fyffe wrote on 11/27/2019, 7:21 AM

Hi all,

This is a known issue. Somewhat aggravating indeed. I already escalated it to development for their attention. Unfortunately, I cannot say how soon this would be addressed and patched, though. Thanks for your understanding.

 

Hopefully this will be resolved soon, for right now, the work around is the use the file menu, Thank you all for the quick responses,

browj2 wrote on 11/27/2019, 8:36 AM

@emmrecs

Hi Jeff,

I went to a folder with a lot of files, nothing.

@ralftaro

Since we have you here, could you please chase down what has happened to the missing Mono button in the Audio Record screen?

Thanks,

John CB

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ralftaro wrote on 11/29/2019, 6:55 AM
Since we have you here, could you please chase down what has happened to the missing Mono button in the Audio Record screen?

Hi John,

That's also in the same backlog. 😐 I just sent a little chaser. Any further development and patching on SF ACL is apparently currently taking a backseat to other, higher-priority tasks in the audio development team. Sorry.

Cheers!