This is still not fixed. im using Geist2 in standalone, and with Logic X Pro. Not only does the end point move when i move the start point (and vice-versa i think), but even worse - the actual start point moves after i set it ie. i make a move with the start point, and then when i "let go", it moves a bit... this is happening with a long audio file that i have just dragged onto a pad. this makes geist2 such a hassle to use.. almost unusable as i have to keep moving the start point - hoping it will land basically where i want it to be... which is...a joke.
also - whenever i move the start point, the audio file zooms in to another point (away from where i was just editing) in a random fashion. super annoying as every time i have to zoom back out, and find where i was just working with the start point.
lastly, and seemingly related to the above - sometimes i am not able to zoom into an audiofile, and other times i can (the "+" button on the bottom right).. also, when i do zoom in, it zooms in on a random part of the file (not the area i am looking at in the center of the sample editor), and when i want to "stay zoomed in", and scroll to the area where i want to be editing, because Geist has zoomed in at a random spot, i am imagining i should be able to click on the area between the start/end points below the audio file (the area that shows the entiore audio file just below the big sample editor window), and click/drag the area between the start/end points left or right, but still stay "zoomed in", but whenever i try to do that, it zooms back out. similarly, whenever i make any move with a start or end point, Geist zooms in to a random part of the file (probably a little left or right of where i was just working but i dont know for sure)... i am forced to zoom back out, and then scroll around to find where i was just working, (trying to simply move a start point... which doesnt work correctly as said above in first paragraph). my question with this is - once zoomed in - how do i stay zoomed in, and scroll to the left or right?
i have tried adjusting the "autozoom mode" settings (by clicking those buttons) and they dont seem to work correctly. im guessing when working properly - they should, when i zoom in, zoom in on either the start or end markers that i have set. this does not work. it zooms in elsewhere. and when i set it to "no autozoom", nothing really changes ie. i still have the same problems it seems.
any info on these issues? i keep thinking maybe im missing something basic on how Geist works, as these issues are so big... i was thinking maybe i havent "loaded the audio file" properly ie. just dragging it onto the pad isnt "enough" and i need to do something else (??)...but it doesnt seem to be the case.
i am using a macbook with Sierra 10.12.6