|Title||»||Adjusting peak boundaries with non-quantitative transitions is confusing|
|Assigned To||»||Nick Shulman|
When I have non-quantitative transitions and a big interference on one of them, I find it challenging to move the integration boundaries because they adjust to the height of the interference rather than accurately indicating the height they will assume when I release the mouse button. At that point, they shrink back to the height of only the quantitative transitions, which is much better.
Dragging the integration boundaries with non-quantitative transitions should accurately show the hight they will be when the mouse button is released.