Thanks for this, what I was doing was, I had put some radio links into a
project, and I had mixed jingles in between them, so of course, I thought,
let’s see if I can separate the links from the jingles, and I thought maybe
labels was the best way to go.
From: audacity4blind-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <audacity4blind-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Behalf Of David Bailes
Sent: 09 February 2021 10:34
Subject: [audacity4blind] Re: Labels
following on from what Andrew has already said, I'm curious as to why you want
to move a label from one label track to another.
Just to clear up a possible misunderstanding, labels are stored in label
tracks, they are not stored in audio tracks.
Although I don't think that there is often a need for this, you can in fact
move a label from one label track to another using the Labels editor. To open
this, open the Edit menu, open the edit labels sub menu, and choose Edit
labels. The editor contains an table, and each row represents a label. The
first cell in each row is the name of the label track which contains the label.
To edit this, first press F2, and you can then choose an option from a combo
box. One of the options is new, which allows you to create a new label track
from within the editor.
On Mon, 8 Feb 2021 at 21:04, PAUL MATTHEWS
Here’s one I bet nobody can answer. If you have a track with a few labels in
it, how do you move one of those labels onto a different track? I’m boggling on