My custom keyboard command to lock channels together (Alt+ L) causes my Win 10 PC to log-out the user. The legacy SFP and SFAS versions never exhibited this behavior. Many folks may not encounter this though, as it is not a default keyboard command.
Maybe.. User comments state SF-15 and other latency versions work fine with Win 11, whilst some others state problems. It is usually its not the same issue though, so there is no rhyme or reason. Try the SF-16 trial for yo'self, that is 'supposed' to be Win 11 compatible.
"You require a 32- or 64-bit version of one of the following operating systems: Windows 11 | Windows 10"
I'm on version 12 and don't see enough things I want to upgrade to 16. In particular you still cannot select equal power for crossfading samples. You can select many crossfade curves in other parts but not sample crossfade looping. I understand the developers are no longer appealing to samplists, but this is a very important. The crossfading at the moment is unusable as there is always a volume drop in the cross fade.
I use Sound Forge Pro 16 for the visually impaired. I have read that the selection of a section begins with the letter "i" and ends with the letter "o". As I start playing with a space, it seems to be very nicely selected, but copy, cut, delete, paste, and so on. in the case of, a few seconds will be selected from the beginning and end of the selected section, so not only the part I have selected, but also a few seconds more from the beginning and end. What can I do? Which setting is required for proper operation? Thank you very much in advance for your reply and help.