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From: Andres Cabrera <mantaraya36@ya...> - 2004-11-16 13:54:20
It's funny how most of our latest suggestions are
already there in blue...=) I just tried beta10 and I
love the shift-F1 feature. Very comfortable!
And steven, if you want, I'd like to help you out with
the tutorials, just let me know if you need the help,
and what you have in mind, and I'll give you a hand.
Thanks as usual for blue!
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From: steven yi <stevenyi@cs...> - 2004-11-16 19:38:13
Thanks for suggesting the shift-F1 feature on SourceForge! The
discussion going back and forth helped me alot to figure out the
implementation and it's now a feature I find I use quite a bit too.
As for tutorials, I would absolutely appreciate anything you have in
mind. I'm using docbook right now though it's got a slight learning
curve and I don't expect anyone wanting to contribute to use it. If
you're interested you can send any ideas either straight to me or I can
add you as a developer and you can commit straight to CVS.
As for topics, perhaps best if we work out a list of topics here and
then we can both just pick which ones to cover.
Here's some ideas to start a list of topics; anyone here interested in a
feature demonstrated or idea explained, please feel free to chime in
with a request. Some of these are not so much tutorials but also places
in the documentation that need some further explanation.
-A First Project (simple project to get used to blue)
-Program Options and what they do (I'm looking to take this one on today)
-using the code editor (opcode completion, manual search, code repository)
-Using the SoundObjectLibrary
-Better Documentation for individual plugins (SoundObjects,
-a simple plugin (for each type)
These are all a bit large in scope, so if you're interested, maybe just
a shorter hilight of a favorite feature or two would be awesome.
Also, if anyone would like to contribute any .blue examples to add to
the program's example folder, that would be very much appreciated.
Thanks Andres and everyone for all the great ideas and feedback!
Andres Cabrera wrote:
> It's funny how most of our latest suggestions are
> already there in blue...=) I just tried beta10 and I
> love the shift-F1 feature. Very comfortable!
> And steven, if you want, I'd like to help you out with
> the tutorials, just let me know if you need the help,
> and what you have in mind, and I'll give you a hand.
> Thanks as usual for blue!