> From: Piotr Sawicki <pelle@...>
> Date: 2004/12/27 må AM 01:20:13 GMT
> To: lmuse-user@...
> I've created an empty part at the beginning with pencil tool and when
> press create new controller - muse quits.
Whopee! I haven't bumped into this one myself, this appears to work for
me, at least when I'm using "normal" tracks. Is it only on parts that
start a bar 1? Are you using any particular midi-port (f.ex. one that
is using any of the idf-files (f.ex. XG-instrument)? It appears to be
problems in 0.7 with adding controllers that are based on the
idf-files. Think it works OK in HEAD though, I'll have a look at it.
> When create controllers that are listed everything works fine.
> But when I create an event in a part that doesn't begin at the very
> create a part that starts in measuere 29,
> insert a ctrl event in measure 33
> ctrl event appears in measure 61
Yes, this is precisely what I experienced. A bugfix for this is in CVS
now, for the 0.7.x-branch as of now.
> and when I extend that part, so it begins in measure 1 everything
Hmmm, what do you mean by this? Extend the part? You mean make it
longer? Or move it?
> So it seems that it is the same problem, but for me it muse takes the
> part offset to much into account :-) ,
> because the part beginning is added to the event position on insert.
That's what I meant in the previous mail, perhaps it wasn't really that
> >I'm going to
> >investigate this a bit further, it looks like it applies to all the
> >events you put in in the note editor... :-/ Anyway, a fix will
> >be commited to the CVS later tonite. Thanks for the report!
> let me know if it is in CVS!
The bugfix for part offset is in CVS now, for the REL07-branch. I'm
also working on the Master List-Editor, it has never been possible to
edit the values in it, but it'll soon be fixed.
> I have found another bug in muse, it is an old one I think.
> When I record a part on a track and start recording from a position
> where is a previous part on the same track, after I press stop, the
> previous part dissapears the recorded one is not visible too!
> But when You can play them back and hear and after you another part
> was before these two invisible so it covers the area of the invisible
> parts, you can see all midi events from invisible parts.
> Parts sometimes dissapear while joining them together - I know, it
> sounds silly, because the next part should be replaced by one big
> but they dissapear, so there is a blank space. And when playing, I
> hear the invisible part. The same thing as with recording.
> What do you think?
I think you're absolutely right. I've experienced similar behaviour to
the one you're describing. Sounds like I should dig into this too, it's
been around for too long. OTOH, it might be fixed in the new arranger,
Thanks for the report!