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    Cubase fade in problems

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    Hi,
    I'm still using my old and good Cubase 4. Recently I ran into a new problem: when editing a a track, I cannot make a fade in like I always did anymore. I used to place the cursor in the up right little square of the track and drag it as far as I wanted my fade in to work. An oblique line would then be dried. Now, when I do this, a vertical thin line follows the square direction and no fade in is done. Can anyone tell me how to solv this problem, please?

    Thank you!!!

    Paulo

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    Delete your preferences and restart Cubase. Should be in the program files. I believe the appdata folder.

    HERE you go.
    PC Win7-64-24G i7-4790k/Cubase 9 Pro 64-bit/2-Steinberg UR824's/ADAM A7x/Event TR8/SS Trigger Plat Deluxe/Melodyne 4 Studio/Other things that don't mean anything if a client shows up not knowing what it wants.

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