BUG: SNAP TYPE / SHUFFLE not working without SNAP set to OFF


there is a wired bug with the SNAP TYPE.
When set to SHUFFLE, it won’t slip stuff/ clips to the left when you use the range tool to cut out silences if SNAP set to OFF. When SNAP is set to ON, it will do it.
Can someone confirm that?


I always assumed that was the way it was supposed to work!


But, why should i have to enable snap for one mode, but not the other ? feels very strange and buggy…

I guess this is one of those “your mileage may vary” things… it makes intuitive sense to me, for shuffle mode. I’m not sure if that’s what you’re talking about, though. I may be missing your point. Is it that you feel “snap” should work consistently across all modes?


I’m on the same page as Chewy…
You are not " snapping " to a predefined value or grid line. You are “shuffling” to join a preceding object.
That is how I can describe it…so it is a normal behavior.
The only thing I would change is to remove “shuffle” from the snap type option. Maybe in the edit menu would be a better place for it… :question:
Or even it’s own tool ?