Hi Eric! This seems much improved in 10.3.2!
Most of the time I'm finding that undoing plugin moves won't mess with other plugins knob settings. However, I did find that by changing the 4th step in my previous post I can still trigger the problem.
- Open a new empty project with one audio track.
- Insert a "Test Oscillator" on the audio track and in its plugin window turn its "Level" knob (above the DIM button) all the way down. (leave this plugin window open)
- On the Stereo Out track insert a channel EQ.
- Move that EQ to the audio track under the Test Oscillator, then undo.
Unfortunately, the setting change to the Oscillator plugin are still being undone by undoing the EQ plugin move.Curiously, if you close the Test Oscillator plugin window after step 2 the Oscillator settings will hold through step 4. However, if you then performing a Redo followed by another Undo, the problem will trigger again.
(This suggests that closing plugin windows after adjustments might be a good way decrease the chances of unwanted setting changes.)All this show that much work has been done to correct the initial problem, but all is not 100% reliable yet.
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