Selecting 0 dbfs from the context menu sets the volume to -150 dbfs

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alexspoe
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Selecting 0 dbfs from the context menu sets the volume to -150 dbfs

hey there ,

When I right click on the volume slider and select 0 dbfs from the context menu it sets the volume to negative 150db , effectively muting the playback. Is this supposed to happen ? I expected it to jump back to 0db , making it at louse as the file gets.

I am using Resonic Pro 0.9.3b (Build 1807) on a Windows 10 machine.

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alex

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