The View menu contains the following commands:
Show/Hide Track Pane. Show or hide the Track pane.
Show Audio Tracks. Show or hide audio tracks.
Filter To Selection On Open. Show only tracks that are selected at the time you open the Piano Roll view. When enabled, Cakewalk will automatically apply the track filter when you open the Piano Roll view.
Show/Hide Drum Pane. Show or hide the Drum pane.
Show/Hide Controller Pane. Show or hide the Controller pane.
Show Multiple Lanes. Show multiple controller lanes in the Controller pane.
Fit MIDI Content. Fit all displayed MIDI content into the visible area of the Piano Roll view.
MIDI Microscope. Activate Piano Roll Microscope mode. When Microscope mode is enabled, a transparent rounded square centered on the mouse cursor shows a zoomed in region of the Piano Roll data underneath it.
Show Clip Outlines. Show or hide clip outlines in the Piano Roll view.
Hide Muted Clips. Show or hide events that live in muted clips when working in the Piano Roll view.
Show Vertical Gridlines. Show or hide vertical grid lines in the Piano Roll view.
Grid resolution. Use the submenu to specify the vertical grid resolution:The Notes menu contains the following commands:
Show Notes. Show or hide Note events in the Piano Roll view.
Show Note Names. Show or hide names inside Note events in the Piano Roll view.
Show Durations in Drum Grid. Show note durations for drum notes in the Drum pane.
Show Velocity. Show or hide velocity tails in the Piano Roll view (only applies when the Controller pane is closed).
Show/Hide Velocity Tails in Drum Grid. Show or hide the velocity tails on MIDI notes in all tracks that are using Drum Maps.
Show Velocity on Selected Notes only. Show velocities for selected Note events only. This makes it easier to see and edit velocities when many Note events are present. It also makes it easier to change the velocity for individual Note events that are stacked (such as chords).
Show Velocity on Active Track only. When showing multiple tracks in the Piano Roll view, only show velocity for note events in the active track.
Always Paste Copied Notes into Active Track. When showing multiple tracks in the Piano Roll view, paste copied notes into the active track when Auto Focus and Auto Lock are disabled.The Controllers menu contains the following commands:
Select Controllers Along with Notes. When enabled, selecting a Note event or a range of Note events will also automatically select any Controller events that exist within the time range of the Note event(s).
Display Multiple Controllers. Show all controllers in all displayed tracks. Clear this option if you only want to show one controller at a time.
List of existing controllers. Lists all controllers that exist in the displayed tracks (only applies when the Controller pane is closed). Select the controller(s) you want to display. To show multiple controllers simultaneously, make sure the Display Multiple Controllers option is enabled.The Tracks menu contains the following commands:
Focus Previous Track. Display and give focus to the previous track.
Focus Next Track. Display and give focus to the next track.
Select All Tracks. Show all tracks that are open in the Piano Roll view.
Clear Track Selection. Hide all tracks that are open in the Piano Roll view (except for the focused track).
Invert Track Selection. Invert the visibility state of all tracks that are open in the Piano Roll view.
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