Camtasia 9 - Cannot see audio waveform when applying maximum zoom in

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TThese pictures will explain the problem I have when I try to edit audio tracks when maximum zoom in. The transparency dissapear when zooming in and cannot see the audio waveform.
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fallahej

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same problem with me...the last two zoom positions the waveform disappears
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fallahej

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I have the same problem. The last two zoom positions result in blank waveforms. Camtasia version 9.0.1 build 1422
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Tutoren Methodenlehre

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Yes, same problem here.
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trinaadams

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Same here. Sorry to see this was updated a year ago and the problem remains.
Windows 10 64-bit
Camtasia on 9.1.2 and up to date.

Help!
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As far as I know this problem was fixed?  I am not at home to check, but I haven't had this problem in a while.
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Carlos

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Dear Sirs

I have Camtasia 8. 2018.0.03.

Most of my editing work is with sound. 
Now is too difficult to see the sound wave. 
Is there a way to enlarge it and change (personalize) the color contrast to make it more user friendly ?


Thanks and best regards

Carlos
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You can't enlarge it without turning up the volume. You could Mirror the wave form.That might make it easier to see.

Regards,Joe
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Joe Morgan

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You can extend the track upward as well


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Mirrored Waveform

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Thanks for your answer. I 'll try that. Best regards, Carlos