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johnebaker wrote on 8/2/2019, 1:44 PM

@Jonathan-Gonzales

Hi

Check the View, Arranger, Show pitch ranges is selected - note the pitch range does not appear until an audio/midi object is added to the timeline.

HTH

John EB

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Jonathan-Gonzales wrote on 8/7/2019, 2:08 PM

hello it still not showing as you can see

any other ideas what to do???

ralftaro wrote on 8/8/2019, 6:04 AM

Hi Jonathan,

Looks like the space for the pitch bar is there. It's just not showing any content with the actual key information. There are various issues surrounding the functionality of the pitch bar, a lot of which will receive development attention sooner or later. I don't know how to get myself into the particular situation shown in your screenshot, but can you please try whether completely restoring the default GUI via the F4 function key fixes the issue? You can then start configuring the GUI again in the manner that you want to, and pay attention to whether there's any particular step that triggers the problem above.

Cheers!

 

browj2 wrote on 8/8/2019, 9:45 AM

@Jonathan-Gonzales

Have you updated to the latest version 28.0.1.17?

Are these what you are looking for?

In your image, you have covered over the pitch bars with the dropdown. They are hard to see in this new version.

@ralftaro

Can something be done to give more contrast to the bars? Black on dark grey is quite hard to see on one of my screen (needs some contrast adjusting I guess).

John CB

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emmrecs wrote on 8/8/2019, 9:56 AM

@browj2 @ralftaro

Can I totally endorse John's comment about the colour of these bars? Even with a fully calibrated monitor it is very difficult to read the pitch names.

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johnebaker wrote on 8/8/2019, 12:03 PM

@ralftaro, @browj2, @emmrecs

I too would like to se better contrast in the pitch bar.

John EB

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ralftaro wrote on 8/14/2019, 4:50 AM

@browj2 @emmrecs @johnebaker

Hey gentlemen,

I'll pass on the complaint. Looks pretty reasonable to me, here on my monitor. I wouldn't have made this out to be a problem when working with the program. However, sounds like this is a pretty consistent issue on many monitors. So, we'll look into this.

Cheers!