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 ==== Markers ==== ==== Markers ====
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 Markers are moments in time that have labels. You can create any number of markers in your Rosegarden composition,​ to define particular points that you wish to remember the locations of. Marker positions and labels will be saved in your Rosegarden file. Markers are moments in time that have labels. You can create any number of markers in your Rosegarden composition,​ to define particular points that you wish to remember the locations of. Marker positions and labels will be saved in your Rosegarden file.
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 To set the current range, click and drag with the **Shift** key pressed on the subdivided area of the main ruler at the top of the editing window. The range that you drag will be highlighted in white as you drag it, and will snap to the nearest beat boundary at both ends. Any subsequent playback will then be constrained to looping this range. To set the current range, click and drag with the **Shift** key pressed on the subdivided area of the main ruler at the top of the editing window. The range that you drag will be highlighted in white as you drag it, and will snap to the nearest beat boundary at both ends. Any subsequent playback will then be constrained to looping this range.
  
-You can also set a range between two [[:​doc:​markereditor-en#​markers|markers]] by shift-clicking between the marker positions in the marker ruler, or set a range using the [[/#transport-overview|transport]] window. The transport contains small buttons to set the start and end of the current range to the current playback pointer position. Either of these methods allows you to set more precise end points for your range than you can with click-drag.+You can also set a range between two [[:​doc:​markereditor-en#​markers|markers]] by shift-clicking between the marker positions in the marker ruler, or set a range using the [[:​doc:​manual-en#transport/#overview|transport]] window. The transport contains small buttons to set the start and end of the current range to the current playback pointer position. Either of these methods allows you to set more precise end points for your range than you can with click-drag.
  
 To clear a range and restore normal playback, click on the subdivided area of the main ruler with the **Shift** key pressed, or toggle the loop button on the transport. To clear a range and restore normal playback, click on the subdivided area of the main ruler with the **Shift** key pressed, or toggle the loop button on the transport.
 
 
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