EDIT: NEVER MIND! I was used to the old way of working, and it turns out that when you move a multiple selection up or down by one of the nodes instead of trimming it, then it doesn’t create new points. It DOES create new points if you trim it up or down instead of dragging one of the nodes. This is a GREAT feature that incorporates the Trim tool in a great way that actually speeds up workflow. Well done, Steinberg, and please ignore this particular request here!
- Select two or more points on an automation line.
- Move all selected points up or down as a unit, and you will see that instead of only moving the selected points up an down, it also creates new additional automation points where the original ones were, which should only happen if you’re using the Trim Automation tool. I’m guessing it was accidentally implemented when the Trim Automation tool was introduced in 9.5.
Please see this, which clearly shows what I mean: View My Video
This is NOT using the trim tool, it’s something very different: This is selecting more than one automation points that already exist, and then moving those selected points up and down. It’s an issue that hurts workflow in a major way. Thanks for fixing!