Okay, confirmed with latest GIT version. It happens regardless of whether or not the VST sync patch is applied, ruling it out IMO. Just to present as much data as possible, here is a screenshot while the VST is loading, with the GUI visible: https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-SVIaKC_Qe1w/UQWepIpEmxI/AAAAAAAABEA/tcRmmp0pxSE/s1600/Screenshot+from+2013-01-27+15%3A16%3A38.png And this is what happens when the VST finishes loading: https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-vTMye10Df5A/UQWepC8OAjI/AAAAAAAABD8/yABTyzbq_jU/s1108/Screenshot+from+2013-01-27+15%3A18%3A06.png


On Sun, Jan 27, 2013 at 12:14 PM, Mike Choi <rdavidian71@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi,

Thanks John, I will check this tonight.

BTW I just released a patch update which adds global option to turn VST sync on / off. (no localisations yet)
You can get it from this link:
https://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=3601658&group_id=105168&atid=640436#

I was also trying to investigate this sound crackling issue that Chrissy mentioned, but my test computer keeps crackling all time now, I will check it better from home, but if this will be an issue, I think it would be better to leave that VST Sync patch for some later release, as it will be fixed overall, but I will look on this tonight.

Best regards
Mike C.

On Sun, Jan 27, 2013 at 3:59 PM, John Serafino <lzrblade@gmail.com> wrote:

Using Linux with 8 gb of DDR 3 ram and a dual core 3 ghz CPU. I'm not sure if I have the latest patch or not, so I'll check on that when I get home today. I usually scale my work space across two 1600x900 monitors, but I've never had any problems as a result.

I can check on my onboard sound card when I get home too, if you need thus data.

On Jan 27, 2013 1:58 AM, "Mike Choi" <rdavidian71@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi,

I will look on this John, also are you using Linux or Windows and latest patch? What are your computer spec?
As per GUI problems I am aware now just that if you re-size lmms workspace to something small, than if you load new plugin it will affect resulting window size, but will look on this too.

As per VST sync. patch, (please assure at first you have latest patch from link below)  I personally dont have problems with it on winXp and two Linux machines. Chrissy do you have any problems with latest patch?

Also as per potential VST effects, I think this sync patch should not do any wrong coz it is targeted on VSTs which do sync to host normally, so without it  they don't work either as supposed to be. But I may add this Sync functionality like on/off feature into global settings today.

Best regards
- Mike C.

On Sat, Jan 26, 2013 at 11:18 PM, John Serafino <lzrblade@gmail.com> wrote:
Something borked Zebra2 compatibility around the time this was introduced. Not sure if the two are connected though. Zebra2 still works, but the GUI disappears to grey as soon as it finishes loading. I'm guessing it's actually related to the GUI patches, but I posted it here cause... well cause. ;)


On Sat, Jan 26, 2013 at 4:01 PM, Tobias Doerffel <tobias.doerffel@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi,

2013/1/24 Mike Choi <rdavidian71@gmail.com>:
> I uploaded new version of the patch and cleaned the code. Should be faster,
> more accurate sync.

Is there any potential impact on existing code/functionality? I'm
asking because I'm not sure whether to include it for the 0.4.14
release. How do you estimate the stability of current VST
implementation?

Best regards

Tobias

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