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Windows 10 - graphics glitch when setting compilation =true  XML
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dbcher



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Like the title says.
When I select "true" for the compilation field, I get a graphics glitch which causes the jaikoz screen to duplicate.

The only way to fix is a reboot of the program... very annoying.
dbcher



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Here is a screen shot of the issue
https://imgur.com/yw31JeW
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Gosh, okay never seen this, so rnuning on Linux, please email support files ?

thanks Paul (Administrator)
dbcher



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Actually, I am running on windows 10 (for this issue).
When I go to compilation and choose set value and input " true " (so I don't have to click all 100 audio files individually) I get this graphic error.

I had no issues before but for some reason after the last update this started (I use jaikoz on both osx and windows)

Thanks.. and support files were sent.
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But that screenshot looks like Linux, the tabs are wrong for Windows, if this really is Windows then maybe that is a clue to the issue

thanks Paul (Administrator)
dbcher



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Any update on this issue?
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Sorry I have tried but cannot replicate the issue

But I have possible workaround, just
-check/uncheck one isCompilation field
-select that field (Copy)
-select the fields you want to change and Paste

If the issue is setValue() this workaround avoids this, and it still a painless way to modify many files.

thanks Paul (Administrator)
 
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