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chrisnash
Posted 2011-01-19 2:04 PM (#15215)
Subject: reViSiT 1.5.2 now available!



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Hi everyone,

Thanks for the feedback on 1.5/1.5.1. I've ironed out a couple of niggles with windowing and annotations, and am happy to present you with reViSiT 1.5.2.

Download reViSiT v1.5.2 Standard from http://revisit.nashnet.co.uk

Download reViSiT v1.5.2 Professional from http://experiment.nashnet.co.uk (registered users only)

Enjoy!

Chris

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CS_TBL
Posted 2011-01-31 12:01 PM (#15217 - in reply to #15215)
Subject: Re: reViSiT 1.5.2 now available!



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Bug'ish something:

ALT F10 to solo a track - try moving to the right along your tracks while doing ALT F10 on each track, then move back, suddenly ALT F10 doesn't solo that track anymore, but it unsolos all tracks. It's almost as if it remembers which tracks have been soloed since coming from a complete non-soloed state, when it hits such a once-soloed track, it unsolos everything. Bad :P ALT-F10 should always solo any track, the only exception being the cursor being on the currently soloed track.
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CS_TBL
Posted 2011-02-01 1:38 AM (#15219 - in reply to #15217)
Subject: Re: reViSiT 1.5.2 now available!



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Bug

In the pattern editor, hit F9 to open something. Select a folder to delete, a confirmation popup asks if you are sure - click no ^_^ -. Now the file requester is still on screen, but the keyboard focus is at the pattern instead of the file requester.
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CS_TBL
Posted 2011-02-01 6:26 PM (#15220 - in reply to #15219)
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I believe something has changed regarding ALT-Y in the pattern editor. In order to swap for instance some whole channels over multiple patterns it'd be practical to don't remove the block definition after performing an ALT-Y.
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CS_TBL
Posted 2011-02-02 2:53 PM (#15222 - in reply to #15220)
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actually: remove = move
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chrisnash
Posted 2011-02-03 12:57 AM (#15223 - in reply to #15222)
Subject: Re: reViSiT 1.5.2 now available!



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Okay, I've changed the solo behaviour.

I can also repeat the file dialog behaviour, so should be able to fix that.

Not sure about your Block Swap problem - have a feeling the current behaviour might be a result of user feedback.

In other news, I've also solved some audio performance issues with 1.5.2 Pro (surround processing misbehaving), and am also testing a new memory management approach that saves up to 25mb RAM.
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chrisnash
Posted 2011-02-03 5:40 PM (#15225 - in reply to #15223)
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It turns out the file dialog problem is caused by Cubase/Microsoft, so I won't be able to fix it. Basically, when you have a VST effect using Steinberg's "Always On Top" in Cubase, it will close any such window when Cubase loses focus to another app.

Due to the way Windows(tm) file dialogs are designed, prompts (such as the Delete Folder one you use) cause the file dialog to lose focus to *somewhere*, and thus Cubase closes the reViSiT, which closes the file dialog.

Bottomline: you'll have to avoid using such functionality in the file dialogs until I can replace it with a native file screen (like the Sample/Instrument libraries). However, I probably won't provide such functionality in those replacements. Perhaps, at some point, I'll be able to work out a better solution, but basically Steinberg's Always On Top behaviour is silly and I don't recommend using it at all. When I add the Advanced Settings screen, the extra control of windowing should however allow you to use reViSiT's Always On Top feature instead of Steinberg's.
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