I was trying to hit the keyboard shortcut for a macro I made and I must have missed because it messed up my track display. One of my tracks is really big and the other ones are really small. I mean vertically.
What did I hit and can I undo it? I’ve done this before and it ticks me off.
“Enlarge Selected Track” Pref and Key Command?
I don’t think that’s it because I have no key assigned to that one, and it not only enlarged the selected track, but it shrunk all the other tracks to minimum size.
Thanks for the reply!
I hit something that made the track way larger than the Enlarge Selected Track option.
Oh, but I just found the vertical zoom in and out. Nice!
I use a Mac, but I also have BootCamp. In Mac, I use Command+Z as shortcut for undo like everyone else.
In bootcamp (windows) I sometimes mistakenly out of habit hit Command+Z instead of Control+Z to undo, and what you said happens.
I have no idea which OS you’re using, but I hope this helps.
Oh, I’m using Mac too. I should have said that. Control-Z is actually the key I’m using for my macro and the one I was trying to hit, so it must be somewhere around there. Thanks for the reply!
If it shrinks the others while enlarging the selected track, then it’s Zoom Tracks Exclusive.
Oh crap, well that’s mapped to just plain ole Z, so no wonder. Thank you so much!