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Leszek 1953
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September 22, 2020 8:58 am  

(@getdunne)

Yesterday I started Unify and added a track from Omnisphere, (MM Violin). I ran a sound in Omnisphere and modified the arpegator operation. After minimizing the Omnisphere window, the Unify Screen automatically stretched across the entire width of the monitor. PC, Win 10.

 

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Les

 


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getdunne
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September 22, 2020 8:16 pm  

@leszek-1953

It sounds like Unify interpreted some mouse-action as a "maximize" command. This can happen if you double-click the title strip of the Unify window. I wouldn't expect it to happen all by itself, but anything is possible.

If this happens again, please report it here. If you can find a sequence of steps to make this happen, that's best. Anything I can reproduce, I can fix.


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Leszek 1953
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September 23, 2020 9:11 am  

(@getdunne)

Ok, thanks for the answer, I will try to recreate the whole event.


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Leszek 1953
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September 23, 2020 10:58 am  

(@getdunne)

I tried to recreate the stretching effect, but it failed. However, I noticed another phenomenon. After starting Cubase, Unify, I opened the Omnisphere in Unify, chose the sound and when I switched to Multi in the Omnisphere, everything crashed. I had to restart the system. But when I opened Unify in Standalone, Omnisphere and chose Multi, everything worked.


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