Another thing would be the ability to set the current label to the
current selection, and thus to readjust the range of a label without
having to remember the desired times and change them in the label
editor. I think this capability exists with the mouse.
On 10/29/2016 8:04 AM, David Bailes wrote:
thanks for the feedback. Is there anything that you'd like to be able to do with labels, but can't at the moment? Steve, who's on this list, suggested commands for setting the end of a selection to the next label, and setting the start of a selection to the previous label. I don't know whether those would be of any interest. No idea when any new features would be implemented, but it's helpful to have an idea of what people would like.
On Wed, Oct 26, 2016 at 12:03 PM, Andrew Downie <access_tech@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:access_tech@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
David, I love it. I am a big fan of labels anyway and the
alt-arrow commands make it so much faster to jump between them.
Interestingly, when reaching - say - the last label pressing
alt-right again loops back to the first. NVDA is announcing label
name and position in the list perfectly.
On 26/10/2016 3:07 AM, David Bailes wrote:
For those of you who use labels, you may be interested to have
a play with a couple of new commands which are available in
the latest nightly build of audacity for windows:
The two new commands are "selection to next label" and
"selection to previous label".
They have default shortcuts alt+right and alt+left.
A label track does not have to be the focus. If there is a
single label track in the project, that it used. If there is
more than one label track, then the first label track, if any,
starting at the focused track is used.
If the commands are used during playback of the project,
playback continues from the new cursor/selection.
The commands provide feedback to screen readers: the name of
the label, and position in the form of "i of n".
Any feedback is welcome,
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