3.6. Editing wavosaur.cfg

Some configuration options are not yet available from the Wavosaur interface, but you can edit the wavosaur.cfg file to enter your settings.

Open the file:
First be sure that Wavosaur is NOT running
Open the wavosaur.cfg file with the Window notepad program.
The configuration informations are presented as:
You can change the VALUE fields.

enter your preferred VST path folder

enter the default BPM for Wavosaur

enter your preferred sample path folder

0 = no reminder on close
1 = reminder on close

0 = paste insert the clipboard data at cursor
1 = paste replace the selection with the clipboard data

0 = record appends datas to the current file
1 = record creates a new file

0 = drag waveform with rightclick (no context menu on right click)
1 = context menu on right click

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