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Pretty trivial this one but thought I’d submit anyway –

If you copy a sound definitions’ name using ctrl-c and paste into an event name, its fine.
If you right-click copy and paste ctrl-v it doesnt work at all.

Admittedly you wouldnt use this all that much but it doesnt seem to be going to clipboard.

isnt there a new way of creating events in later versions where you can drag into events which would emlinate this?

Using fmod designer version 4.21.01

thanks

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[quote="RichB":313ly2yl]If you copy a sound definitions’ name using ctrl-c and paste into an event name, its fine.
If you right-click copy and paste ctrl-v it doesnt work at all.

Admittedly you wouldnt use this all that much but it doesnt seem to be going to clipboard.[/quote:313ly2yl]
Thanks for the report. The problem seems to be that the right-click is clearing the selection in the text box, so nothing is copied to the clipboard. I have put the issue in our tracker and we will look into it.

[quote="RichB":313ly2yl]isnt there a new way of creating events in later versions where you can drag into events which would emlinate this?[/quote:313ly2yl]
You can drag files from Windows Explorer straight into the Event Hierarchy view to automatically create one-shot events from them. This should work with Designer 4.21.01.

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