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Old 10-16-2014, 12:50 AM
pshute pshute is offline
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Default Shortcut for paging?

Is there a shortcut to page forward and back?
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Old 03-25-2017, 09:19 PM
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Default Re: Shortcut for paging?

I just thought I'd bump this one. Is there an easy way to move forward or back a page at a time across a spectrogram? I want to quickly visually review the file (not while playing).

The only ways I can see to move is to drag the horizontal slider (too coarse and fiddly) or click the arrows at either end above the slider (doesn't move far enough).
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Old 03-27-2017, 01:34 PM
Michael Pitzrick Michael Pitzrick is online now
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Default Re: Shortcut for paging?

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I just thought I'd bump this one. Is there an easy way to move forward or back a page at a time across a spectrogram? I want to quickly visually review the file (not while playing).

The only ways I can see to move is to drag the horizontal slider (too coarse and fiddly) or click the arrows at either end above the slider (doesn't move far enough).
Hi pshute,

Raven has a number of ways to advance paged sound views that you may find useful. You can adjust the pages so that they step and page forward exactly as far as you want. You can even set Raven to automatically advance to the next page at fixed time intervals. You may be interested in reading pages 187 - 192 of the Raven Pro Users' Manual, which discusses how to navigate paged sound views. The Manual can be called up from the Help menu.

-Mike
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