From: Tim <terminator356@us...> - 2008-03-13 02:11:53
Once again, you can find the fixes in the CVS muse REL07 branch.
Important wavetrack/waveeditor part drawing/playing/gluing/splitting fixes.
G.B.'s request for arranger controls to give up focus.
Minor part colour popup fix - now allows unselected part.
See the ChangeLog for more info.
Getting closer to official muse 1 release ...
The project administrator wants to do it ...
But these recent changes need to be tested.
So help out and try it today!
On Thursday 13 March 2008 13:26:51 Tim wrote:
> G.B.'s request for arranger controls to give up focus.
there seems to be no diff Tim. Should I completely rebuild from cvs? i just
did an update.
From: Tim <terminator356@us...> - 2008-03-18 23:05:34
On Monday 17 March 2008 06:39:42 pm Geoff Beasley wrote:
> On Thursday 13 March 2008 13:26:51 Tim wrote:
> > G.B.'s request for arranger controls to give up focus.
> there seems to be no diff Tim. Should I completely rebuild from cvs? i just
> did an update.
I double checked the CVS REL07 tree, and the changes are there.
Can you do a simple check? Look in your local Muse CVS build tree and open
Look at lines 657 - 662. Do you see:
void Arranger::globalTempoChanged(int val)
// Added by Tim. p3.3.2
If you see those last two lines, you've got the latest CVS.
A simple CVS update SHOULD be all that was needed.
Note that I only fixed the controls at the top of the arranger
(tempo, song length etc).
I didn't fix any controls in the MIDI mixer strip on the left
(velocity, transpose etc.)
So did I miss one of the controls? Are they not working at all?
Or have you been missing all those goodies I've fixed?
PS. Been playing with Muse 2. One word - beautiful !
What a great job with the automation - automate everything !
Muse 2 feels much more smooth and integrated...
I will try to fix wavepart drawing in Muse 2. Unless Werner is planning
to add true wavepart timeshifting, then it does need fixing...