This there specific step for canceling a Commit? or just leaving Hold mode without hitting commit is sufficient.
i.e. I preload a snapshot, but then decide I don’t want to make a quantize changed to that particular snapshot, instead I want to move to a different one.
(easy answer: don’t change my mind mid Hold mode )
Hmm. I thought just leaving hold mode would cancel a pending commit but instead it looks like it immediately commits it…
that’s what I’ve been striking - I guess it pays not to be indecisive, but it would be good to have a cancel option
I was considering getting into hold mode today and realized that the problem I’m experiencing (easily overwriting patterns in EDIT mode) is not necessarily solved if you cannot back out of a commit in HOLD mode. Any hope for a change on this (yes, I realize I should have started using HOLD mode ages ago)?
So to summarize the current situation:
- To throw away any changes made in HOLD mode but before committing, just leave the HOLD mode.
- If you want to revert changes made after committing then your only option is to preemptively save a snapshot before committing.
I see. Thanks for clarifying.