Old 03-20-2017, 07:48 AM   #1
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Default v5.40rc1 - March 20 2017

v5.40rc1 - March 20 2017
  • -- for the 5.40 release we're holding back automation items and spectral editing
    -- these will return in 5.50pre1, sorry for any confusion
  • + API: Undo_EndBlock() includes any latent preset changes [t=179533]
  • + API: added Track/TakeFX_Get/SetNamedConfigParm
  • + ASIO: improve cleanup after initialization error
  • + Anticipative FX processing: improve behavior when stopping
  • + Anticipative FX: reduce memory use when using Smooth Seek
  • + Grid/snap window: obey auto-close window advanced preference
  • + Grid: Quantize Items window will use swing if quantizing to the current grid/snap size
  • + Grid: arrange swing/grid support, optionally synchronized with MIDI editor setting
  • + MIDI editor: allow absolute MIDI CC control of swing
  • + MIDI editor: create new take on "open item copy in built-in MIDI editor" action [t=188950]
  • + MIDI export: set MIDI clock properly [t=188300]
  • + MIDI: support ".midi" as an importable file extension, in addition to the usual ".mid"
  • + Media explorer: fix folder icon display error on macOS 10.10
  • + Notation editor: automatically scroll view when entering lyrics
  • + Notation editor: ignore muted notes in PDF and MusicXML export
  • + Peaks: better support editing .wav files which are being recorded in a separate tab
  • + Peaks: optional spectrogram display mode
  • + Project load: add recovery mode checkbox to optional choose-project-on-open dialog
  • + ReaVerb: support TrackFX_SetNamedConfigParm et al w/ ITEMx, DONE
  • + Reasamplomatic: support TrackFX_SetNamedConfigParm etc with FILE, FILExx, -FILExx, +FILExx, -FILE*, DONE
  • + Reasamplomatic: support TrackFX_SetNamedConfigParm with MODE, RSMODE
  • + Undo: improve undo behavior for various editing actions
  • + macOS: fix slider zero-line colors read from theme [t=188770]
  • # Grid settings: move grid appearance options from grid/snap window to prefs/appearance
  • # HiDPI: basic Windows 7 DPI detection option
  • # MIDI: fix "paint straight line of notes" mouse modifier when grid is set to greater than or equal to measure length [t=188264]
  • # Media explorer: better large-font resize behavior
  • # Retina/HiDPI: adjust font sizes automatically for macOS retina themes
  • # Spectrogram: display message on items when spectrogram is unavailable requiring peaks rebuild
  • # Swing: update MIDI editor swing more quickly when changing project swing and linked
  • # Themes: use item_*_hidpi.png on Windows/HiDPI theme, updated HiDPI theme
  • # Undo: fix undo for nudge-related actions [p=1802667]
    # Use common dialog font for various elements in envelope, send windows
  • # Windows: use HiDPI scaling for metronome pattern font
  • # Windows: use HiDPI scaling for pin connect dialog
  • # Windows: use HiDPI scaling for track routing window
  • # macOS: basic retina support for track panels, mixer, transport, etc, when using special theme
  • # macOS: improve handling of large fonts in themes
  • # macOS: retina fixes for VST/AU generic UI
  • # macOS: send, envelope windows retina support
  • # macOS: transport time display supports retina
  • # macos: retina transport drawing fixes
  • # peaks: added action for normal (non-spectral) peaks
  • # spectrogram: do not display rebuild peaks message when drawing folder/envlane peaks
  • # spectrogram: item fades make spectrogram less opaque
  • # spectrogram: per-item option to force spectrogram visible, action to toggle
  • # theme: allow themes to override global UI scaling using rtconfig.txt global_scale line
  • # theme: better knob large/small background selection logic
  • # toolbars: refined resize logic change from pre2 [p=1789915]
  • # Windows: use HiDPI scaling for track envelope window
  • # macOS: retina fixes for group indicators, folder indicators, track icons
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Old 03-20-2017, 08:11 AM   #2
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+ MIDI export: set MIDI clock properly [t=188300]

I made a Bunch midi patterns a few months ago to use as track templates for some custom metronome stuff. Using reasamp/metronome clicks and one bar midi items with all sorts of different time signature and tuplet stuff.

I want to be sure these mid files exported properly so people aren't using thes custom metronome track templates with the timing off..

How do we check older midi files to make sure they are in time? Or is this fix something different?
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Old 03-20-2017, 08:22 AM   #3
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+ MIDI export: set MIDI clock properly [t=188300]

.mid files have an obscure specification that essentially tells the importing program or device to divide the time signature by some factor. This specification is ignored by every importing program we are aware of -- except Finale, which prior to this fix would import a type 1 .mid file from REAPER by converting 4/4 time to 2/4, etc.
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[*]+ Reasamplomatic: support TrackFX_SetNamedConfigParm etc with FILE, FILExx, -FILExx, +FILExx, -FILE*, DONE
[*]+ Reasamplomatic: support TrackFX_SetNamedConfigParm with MODE, RSMODE
Can anyone tell me exactly what these do for ReaSamplOmatic?
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Old 03-20-2017, 12:29 PM   #5
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Check pre12 thread.

http://forum.cockos.com/showpost.php...82&postcount=5
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Spectral/Automation items definitely warrant 5.5
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Old 03-20-2017, 02:49 PM   #7
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Spectral/Automation items definitely warrant 5.5
Heh, absolutely - I'd rather they were (mostly) bug-free before pushing them out the door.

I'm happy with the arrange swing grid in this release, it's been a long time coming
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Okay, thanks agian ED.
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.mid files have an obscure specification that essentially tells the importing program or device to divide the time signature by some factor. This specification is ignored by every importing program we are aware of -- except Finale, which prior to this fix would import a type 1 .mid file from REAPER by converting 4/4 time to 2/4, etc.
Thank you!
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# theme: better knob large/small background selection logic

What did exactly changes here?

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Default Remaining HiDPI issues

Any chances to get the remaining HiDPI issues (1, 2) fixed in the final 5.40? Thanks.
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Not in release candidates, usually.
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Old 03-21-2017, 07:08 AM   #13
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Any chances to get the remaining HiDPI issues (1, 2) fixed in the final 5.40? Thanks.
#1 in 5.41 probably, #2 is a lot more complex (and macOS-only) so I can't give any guess on that.
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