When looping is enabled, the loop times are indicated by yellow markers in the Time ruler. When punch recording is enabled, the punch times are indicated by red markers.A. Loop Start B. Punch In C. Punch Out D. Loop EndThe time ruler now uses more intuitive mouse cursors for selection, loop, punch and marker drag bars and handles.The mouse cursor shows a letter to indicates which marker will be modified before you actually click the marker: S (Selection), L (Loop), P (Punch), and M (Marker). This is helpful when different marker types overlap.Whether you point to a marker, click, or drag, Cakewalk now uses a single consistent mouse cursor for all gestures.Loop and Punch region markers always appear as interconnected pairs (Start and End). You can now drag a Loop or Punch marker past its paired sibling marker in order to flip the range in the opposite direction. For example, you can drag the Loop End marker earlier than the Loop Start marker.
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