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    Default New Feature Traktor 2.1 Feature or Bug?

    Last night I was playing with the control vinyl for the first time since I updated to 2.1.1. After one second playing the control vinyl I notice a thin light blue trailing from the center marker on the waveform. Has anybody have clue what this line is?

    I'll upload a video later when I get home, but I figured I would ask first.
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    That is a feature of the new MK2 timecode vinyl.

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    But what does it do?
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    Oh I may be confused.

    I was referring to the new graphic when calibrating the MK2 timecode and how it now has a line through the 2 circles.

    If that's not what you are referring to then please disregard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paka Ono View Post
    Oh I may be confused.

    I was referring to the new graphic when calibrating the MK2 timecode and how it now has a line through the 2 circles.

    If that's not what you are referring to then please disregard.
    Ooh, could you show a pic of that ? I don't have the new timecode yet.
    Back to OP : I think you're talking about the different color for the abs/relative play markers on the waveform/stripe view - absolute timecode position is always in blue now and current track pos. is always in that reddish color (they were both like this before) And yup, that's new in 2.1.1

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    Here ya go!


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    I tried doing a video screen capture but it wasn't working.

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    Try this:

    1) click absolute mode
    2) click relative mode

    this will re-align the play marker to the transport marker.

    Yes / No ..?

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    looks it does, so yes. In relative mode is the only time it shows up.
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    Yeah i think this is a bug that is being corrected.

    basically its not a bug when you play a track and use a loop or FX, cus the Relative position has changed from the Absolute position. This is normal, its showing you were that track would be if you hadnt messed about with it.

    The problem is that it occurs when you load a track before you do anything. In this case i believe its a bug.

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