>If the "select all audio" option is checked, and you try to perform some
>action which expects some audio to be selected, then if either no tracks
>are selected or no time range is selected, then all the audio in the
>project is selected - that is, all the tracks are selected and a time range
>is selected which covers all of the audio in the project.
I'm trying to figure out how this concept may have affected the split tracks behavior of applying everything to both tracks rather than a single channel. In all those previous cases, I had at least one track selected, which should have stopped Audacity from selecting audio on the other unselected
Orlando Enrique Fiol
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