I’m not sure if something that I have done is restricting me from doing this, but I’ve lost the ability to double-click on the name of an audio track to rename it or on a play percentage in a scatterer or multi-instrument to change the percentage. I’m using version 1.10.02 at the moment. Any help would be appreciated, thanks.
Thanks for the information. Unfortunately, I’m still not able to reproduce this issue, even when running those applications.
Just to check, are the play percentages that you’re unable to edit grey and in parenthesis, or black and not in parenthesis?
Here is a screenshot of my scatterer instrument (I’m trying to edit the bottom item), all of the items in the playlist are events, but it also doesn’t work with audio files.
I think I might try a reinstall at some point to see if something is wrong on that front, I’ll let you know how that goes.
@SamLudinski Thank you in advance.
I have still not been able to reproduce this issue, which means there must be some vital step of your workflow that I’m not aware of, or some feature of your hardware or software that my test machines lack.
Unfortunately, it is impossible for us to fix a bug whose cause is unknown, and we cannot determine the cause of a bug that we cannot reproduce. I will continue to try things in the hopes of finding a reproduction method, but if you can think of anything that might narrow down the search, please let us know.
There’s nothing in the tracker just yet for this, but it definitely would help.
I still have the feeling this is a third party software that is interfering with something in FMOD Studio. It could be an accessibility software or something similar.
In the meantime, you could look into using scripting. If you open the console, select the multi-instrument or scatterer instrument and use `instrument = studio.window.editorCurrent()` and `instrument.playPercentages` contains an array you can use to set the play percentages needed. If you need further help on this let me know.
This is to apply a play percentage to the scatter instrument itself, not to it’s playlist. You’d need to do the following:
instrument = studio.window.editorCurrent();
instrument.sound.playPercentages; // Contains an array of all play percentages
instrument.sound.playPercentages.percentage = $percentage;