I have a VERY MINOR annoyance, and maybe it needs to be fixed or maybe I need an explanation of why it does what it does to understand what I am doing to cause the issue.
There are some places where hitting the ‘return/enter’ key is desirable and everything works. Then they are times when I hit the ‘return/enter’ key and I get the nasty “ugh” sound from the OS, while still accepting the input.
The case in point, is rehearsal mark sequence. Under the properties panel, I change the ‘index’ value to the new number/letter I need, I press ‘return/enter’ and I get the awful MacOS grunting beep. The sound that says you did something wrong, or the operation is not accepted (same as trying to save a file where there has been no change). (Alert Sound)
Then there are other times that hitting ‘return/enter’ does not create that terrible sound.
Maybe it has been years of using programs that did not work as well, so I was a allowed to get away with a lot more than I should have. But sometimes I find this to be annoying, as I feel I did something wrong or not applicable in the situation. Only to be dismayed that it did in fact take my input.
Is there a way to maybe have this explained as to why sometimes there is a nasty beep (OS Alert Sound), and other times not. Or if there is not a clear answer, can this be a suggestion for the future to remove whatever error is causing that sound?