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I'm surprised you didn't get a reply in four days, as the answer is probably quite simple. Studio One, from version 3 onwards, has something called the Multi-Tool. It combines the jobs of the Arrow Tool and Selection Tool and takes a little while to get used to.
This is what it looks like (the section highlighted in blue):
And here's how to use it:
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I posted this elsewhere but got no responses so I'm hoping I'll try again.
I opened up Studio One 3 to start working on a song and I find that something has happened to the Arrow Tool. I found a vid from Obedia on the new Multi Tool feature and watched it and it doesn't solve the problem.
When I move the mouse onto a track I like to be able to pinch using my fingers on the mouse pad to expand and contract a track. This was working just the other day no problem. However, now when I try to expand and contract a track nothing happens.
If I have the cursor in the lower half of the track the usual arrow tool is there but if I move the cursor into the top half of the track it changes to crosshairs.
I tried to see if the Multi Tool feature is working and it isn't. No matter which secondary tool I select I still get the crosshairs.
Anyone got any ideas on what's happening here. The multi tool seems very useful and I want to use it. I'd also like to be able to expand a track by just using my fingers on the trackpad.
Thanks in advance for any help.
garryknight wroteI'm surprised you didn't get a reply in four days, as the answer is probably quite simple. Studio One, from version 3 onwards, has something called the Multi-Tool. It combines the jobs of the Arrow Tool and Selection Tool and takes a little while to get used to.
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