Something similar happens to me to.
When I get that message if I hit f6, that fixes it. Sometimes though, Jaws says that I have moved tracks, deleted tracks or added tracks with out saving and reopening the project. Nothing I've done yet have fixed this problem. This is just one of the problems I'm having with my new sonar. My clips pain still isn't working. ----- Original Message ----- From: "omar binno" <omarbinno@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, July 20, 2005 4:40 PM
Subject: [ddots-l] Question about Tracks in a midi file
I am using standard midi files with sonar. I am getting a message when I go to select certain tracks within the file. For example, let's say I try to select track 4 from beginning to end using alt + enter key, jaws says something like "oops, this function failed. you have either moved or deleted tracks without saving this project." It will not allow me to select that particular track for editing. Any ideas or suggestions?
Thanks in advance.
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