[audacity4blind] Re: unlocking tracks

  • From: Gale Andrews <gale@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: audacity4blind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 14 Dec 2011 07:46:58 GMT

| From Scott Berry <scottbb1973@xxxxxxxxx> 
| Tue, 13 Dec 2011 17:50:33 -0600
| Subject: unlocking tracks
> Let me try that Gale.  I am assuming when on the track a control Plus C 
> will copy only that track correct?

CTRL + C copies the selected tracks, but you don't know which ones 
are selected. I think you may want to CTRL + X to cut, CTRL + N (or
File > New) then CTRL + V to paste so as to get one track in each
window. 

What actually is your workflow 1, 2, 3... from launch of Audacity?
E.g. are you importing or recording tracks? Then we could tell you  
which track was going to end up selected.  
 



Gale 


> On 12/13/2011 11:14 AM, Gale Andrews wrote:
> > | From Scott Berry<scottbb1973@xxxxxxxxx>
> > | Tue, 13 Dec 2011 10:35:58 -0600
> > | Subject: unlocking tracks
> >> I have sent messages to Gale and Leeland so we'll see what they can do
> >> in the future but I think I could get by just have to be a little more
> >> resourceful.  What I really need to know thought I guess is how to
> >> separate the tracks out for correction.  Like I have said it seems any
> >> corrections made take the whole track not just one track.  I can also do
> >> a VM of Windows but I think alll Audacities should be accessible even if
> >> it takes a while.
> > Yes, the Linux version of wxWidgets doesn't have proper support for
> > screen readers, and this won't be fixed before Audacity 2.0, and maybe
> > for sometime after that because of Leland's other commitments.
> >
> > Scott, is it possible with what you are doing to have one track in one
> > Audacity window and one track in another window, then switch
> > between them? You can File>  New to open a new project window
> > then cut and paste tracks between the windows. ALT + TAB should
> > switch between the project windows.
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > Gale
> >
> >
> >> On 12/13/2011 10:21 AM, David Bailes wrote:
> >>> Hi Scott,
> >>> I've just had a quick play with audacity 1.3.13 on 11.10 ubuntu, and
> >>> using the orca screen reader. There are major problems both with the
> >>> keyboard navigation, and with what orca reads. My understanding is
> >>> that these accessibility problems are due to the accessibility problems
> >>> on linux of a gui library which audacity uses. Unfortunately, I think
> >>> that this is unlikely to be fixed in the near future.
> >>>
> >>> David.


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