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doc:manual-en [2012/10/30 08:15]
user8192 [Preface]
doc:manual-en [2014/04/11 02:47] (current)
tedfelix [Overview]
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 {{doc:rg-trackbutton-labels.png|Rosegarden's Track buttons showing track labels}} {{doc:rg-trackbutton-labels.png|Rosegarden's Track buttons showing track labels}}
  
-The button area to the left of the segment canvas shows you the track number, mute and record status, and the label of the track. You can mute or unmute a track by clicking on the blue LED-style button, and select a particular track as a record target by clicking on the red one. To change the track label, double-click on it.+The button area to the left of the segment canvas shows you the track number, mute and record status, and the label of the track. You can mute or unmute a track by clicking on the blue LED-style button, and select a particular track as a record target by clicking on the yellow one. To change the track label, double-click on it.
  
 {{doc:rg-trackbutton-instruments.png|Rosegarden's Track buttons showing instrument assignments}} {{doc:rg-trackbutton-instruments.png|Rosegarden's Track buttons showing instrument assignments}}
  
-Track labels are only shown if the **Settings → Show Track Labels** menu option is enabled. Otherwise, as in this picture, the instrument assignments for the tracks are shown instead+Track labels are only shown if the **View → Show Track Labels** menu option is enabled. Otherwise, as in this picture, the instrument assignments for the tracks are shown instead
 ===== Tracks and instruments ===== ===== Tracks and instruments =====
  
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 ===== Overview ===== ===== Overview =====
  
-{{http://rosegardenmusic.com/wiki/rg-transport.png|Rosegarden's Transport window}}+{{doc:rg-transport.png|Rosegarden's Transport window}}
  
-If the transport isn't visible, you can activate it with **Settings → Show Transport**.+If the transport isn't visible, you can activate it with **View → Show Transport**.
  
 The transport shows the time reached by the playback pointer, in seconds by default. The transport shows the time reached by the playback pointer, in seconds by default.
 
 
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