restore best forgets history

Case number:954892-972940
Topic:Developer Preview
Opened by:Brad Taylor
Status:Closed
Type:Suggestion
Opened on:Saturday, February 7, 2009 - 18:46
Last modified:Monday, February 9, 2009 - 17:50

In the beta, restore deletes the history. It should leave the history when used.

(Sat, 02/07/2009 - 18:46  |  3 comments)


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Yes, the history should not be cleared....but I don't see that on my PC. It seems to keep the history just fine (minus any subsequent action and it's own associated contribution via resetting the score to the "rcnt best" marker previously defined)...Are you on Linux or Mac O/S?

However, if I hit ctrl-v (restore very best score) after setting (ctrl-shift-n) or even restoring (ctrl-n) a recent (or new) best, and since a peak hold detector is supposed to store the best value after a reference point is set (technically a floating reset or "set-to-current-value" function), the "recent best" will increment accordingly, so it will now point to that score, and overwriting the recent best originally selected...it's a caveat that can't be overcome automatically...

If you need a restore point that is static or immovable, then use ctrl-shift 1/2/3 and and ctrl-1/2/3 to set and restore those points. the set Rcnt Best can then be applied to start from that location.

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Status: Open » Closed

I agree as well. This will not be fixed in the current developer preview, but should be in the feedback tracker for future releases.

Joined: 11/10/2007
Groups: Window Group
Status: Closed » Closed

Mark as duplicate.

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