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acid1
Posted 2006-03-31 4:10 AM (#13244)
Subject: Resolution


Sorry I been looking all over for this, if i'm loading revisit as a vsti, how do i change the resolution? I saw in the parameters you can set the initial resolution, but if i close the vst and reopen it, it does not change the resolution. It seems to be forever stuck at 6.
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chrisnash
Posted 2006-03-31 12:46 PM (#13245 - in reply to #13244)
Subject: Resolution



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"Initial Resolution" is a song variable, rather than a program preference. Hence, until now it has been stored with the current song, rather than with the current program preferences - it's appearance in "Preferences (F12)" is simply a nod to tradition, since IT2 displayed it under "Song Variables (F12)". Closing and re-opening reViSiT creates a new module and therefore resets the Initial Resolution to the default (which is 6). Simply hiding or showing the editor window will not reset this value - so you only have to set it one session. However, I have changed the scheme a bit now (in v0.88.1 - coming shortly), so that a copy is saved with the program preferences as well - and will be used for new songs, reViSIT instances, etc.

All the best,
Chris


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acid1
Posted 2006-03-31 2:53 PM (#13246 - in reply to #13245)
Subject: Resolution


Cool

Thanks for the heads up!
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