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Use the Edit > Preferences command to open the Preferences dialog box, then select Keyboard Shortcuts.
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If you want to use currently unassigned keys or key combinations, scroll through the options in the Key window until the Assigned to field that is just under the window reads Unassigned. It’s a good idea to find two unassigned options that are next to each other or easy to remember.
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Once you have decided on two keys or key combinations that you want to use, select Global Bindings in the Area field, and scroll to the bottom of the list of commands that are in the window below that field.
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In the Key window, highlight the key or key combination that you want to use for the X-Ray command, then highlight X-Ray in the function column of the list of commands, then click the Bind button to bind them together.
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Now highlight the key or key combination that you want to use for the X-Ray All FX/Synths command, then highlight X-Ray All FX/Synths in the function column of the list of commands, then click the Bind button to bind them together.
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Click OK to close the dialog box.
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Use the Edit > Preferences command to open the Preferences dialog box, click Customization - Display and make sure the Enable X-Ray check box is selected.
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Note: If a window has focus, and the window’s Give All Keystrokes To Plug-in button is enabled, X-Ray keyboard commands won’t work.
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Use the Edit > Preferences command to open the Preferences dialog box, then click Customization - Display.
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Enable X-Ray. Enable or disable this check box to turn the X-Ray Windows feature on or off.
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Opacity. Adjust this value by typing in a value, or by clicking and holding the + or - button to adjust the final opacity percentage value that an X-Rayed window reaches.
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Fade Out Time. Adjust this value by typing in a value, or by clicking and holding the + or - button to adjust the amount of time that an X-Rayed window takes to reach its final opacity percentage value.
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Fade In Time. Adjust this value by clicking and holding the + or - button to adjust the amount of time that an X-Rayed window takes to restore its original opacity.
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Click OK to close the dialog box and accept your changes.
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Use the Utilities > Cakewalk Plug- in Manager command to open the Cakewalk Plug-in Manager.
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In the Plug-in Categories window, select the plug-in category to exclude.
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In the Registered Plug-ins window, select the plug-in to exclude.
If VST or VSTi, write down the VST ID value that’s in the VST ID field at the bottom of the dialog box.
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Close the Plug-in Manager dialog box.
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Open the Xrayexclude.ini file that’s in your Cakewalk program folder (use Notepad).
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At the end of the file, find the [EffectProps View] section.
For example, if the last entry in the [EffectProps View] section was:
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Save and close the Xrayexclude.ini file, and restart Cakewalk to implement your changes.
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