Aria Maestosa 1.2 released!

Version 1.2 of Aria Maestosa has just been released! Aria Maestosa is a midi tracker/editor. It lets you compose, edit and play midi files with a few clicks in a user-friendly interface offering score, keyboard, guitar, drum and controller views.

This version brings many new features and improvements.
New features hightlights :
Added a printing feature
Added a close button on tabs
A new editing tool that lets you add notes without dragging
Clicking in the left area of editors will now play the clicked note
Switched to unified (native) toolbar on mac
Magnetic grid choice done with icons instead of text
Better "Undo" menu (shows the name of the action to be undone)
Better dialog when you close with unsaved changes
Added an option to automatically launch TiMidity and pick port on linux (as well as other minor Linux improvements)
Added pause button
Added ability to maximize tracks
Support for moving score one octave up or down (ottava basse/alta)
Improved handling of on/off controllers, namely making sustain usable.
Allowed moving notes by one octave with shift+up/down
Allowed moving notes by one measure with shift+left/right
You can now choose the default view for score editor in preferences
It is now possible to see song length in song info window
Added built-in docs viewer on mac
Improved scale dialog
Refactor of render system (allow software rendering where OpenGL is not available)
Removed GLUT dependency from OpenGL renderer, giving anti-aliased fonts
Refactored preferences to look better, be cleaner and allow setting a default value for "follow playback" and score render options
Added track property dialog, where default note volume can be set in addition to background
Many bug fixes
* Lots of code cleanup

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Posted by M Gagnon 2010-04-30

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