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Old 03-14-2004, 11:31 PM   #1
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Unhappy Trying to get back the "Calculate gain adjustment" checkbox in Grip

I just started using Grip to make mp3 files. When I first started it up, I was screwing around with the config tabs, and I changed the ripping program from cdparanoia to whatever else, just 'cause I felt like screwing around. Bad move. When I put it back on cdparanoia, the config window changed, and I don't have the "Calculate gain adjustment" option anymore. (Looking in the help file even shows the difference between the two tabs.) I'd really like to be able to use this option, but I can't figure out how to get it back. I looked in the .grip file, but I didn't find anything that looked like it would do the trick. I even tried deleting the .grip file to force Grip back to the default configuration, but it didn't work. Anyone know how I can get this option back? I don't care if I even have to add a command line switch, just so I can use the gain adjustment feature.


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