I think cd track re-order should be reprogrammed to deal with crossades. That’s what Soundblade did as i recall.
Wavelab is way better than it used to be because now at least it deals with splice markers, but it still needs to deal with crossfades. Because once you get one error message with a crossfade, you’re stuck trying to re-sequence the album and have to start over, resorting to some other less suitable method to do the job.
And you probably won’t use the function ever again.
Soundblade worked by remembering where all the CD markers overlapped the outgoing and incoming crossfaded clips and reproduced that exactly after a track is moved, leaving the cd markers exactly where they were, overlapping the outgoing and incoming clips, so the total album time would always be exactly as it was before the track re-order.
Yes you might need to adjust the crossfades after the moves but that’s to be expected. But the re-order should start off at this point with the total album time being exactly as it was before the re-sequence.
And as i recall Soundblade NEVER gave an error message saying you couldn’t do something or move something under any circumstances… Even getting one error message makes the function totally unusable and is death to the function because you have to start all over again using some other less capable method,