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etiennech
post Feb 15 2022, 11:25 AM
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Hello,
I've just upgraded TS2 from 2.1.4 to 2.2.2 and I have a bug that was not present in 2.1.4

Summary:
From Basehead sound library software (and TS2 set as audio editor), the shortcut W to open directly a selected sound in TS2 (standalone) from Basehead doesn't work anymore.
It give an error window "New Document Failed. cannot parse xml"


Product Version and Format:
Basehead 2021.12.27
TS2 2.2.2
Mac os 10.13.6

Description:
The automatic copy of a sound from Basehead to TS2 doesn't work anymore as said in the Summary. TS2 is set as primary external editor in Basehead.
Basehead offer, by hitting W, to open directly a selected audio in the defined sound editor (TS2 in my case)
It work great with TS2 2.1.4 (so I've rolled back to 2.1.4 waiting for the fix of that problem, it's a key piece of my workflow).
Ok with TS 2.1.4 and not working with TS 2.2.2

I understand the problem is may be from the basehead side (not respecting the full xml transfer format for example) but it's working great with TS 2.14 so I think the poblem come more from TS xml implementation.


Reproducibility:
Is the bug reproducible, and has it been checked against any previous version of the product?
- Always with TS2.2.2
- Never with TS 2.1.4


Your System Information:
Please provide complete details of your system specs, including: -

- mac i7 8700k
32 Go Ram
mac os 10.13.6
Basehead 2021.12.27

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pierreguillot
post Feb 18 2022, 06:25 PM
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Hello,
Thank you for your feedback. We are working on a fix.
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