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Feature request: tabbed interface for VE Pro
Last post Sun, Mar 28 2010 by Karel, 7 replies.
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Posted on Sat, Nov 21 2009 17:51
by synthetic
Joined on Mon, Mar 14 2005, Posts 280

As I understand it, Logic can't access more than one port through the plug-in. So when I go from Logic to VE Pro (running on the same Mac) I make several VE Pro instances on the VE Pro server and I get 16 MIDI channels on each of those. Those instances add up pretty fast on my machine, and I'm ending up with a bunch of open VE Pro windows. Can we get a tabbed interface in a future version of VE Pro? Instead of each instance of VE Pro being its own window, they will each be tabs, like ports in Gigastudio. Maybe the Active Instances window can be another tab. This seems to be a much cleaner way to deal with multiple server instances, I hate having all of those windows to dig through. 

Posted on Sat, Nov 21 2009 19:19
by am_27761
Joined on Mon, May 07 2007, Posts 34

+1!Big Smile

Posted on Sun, Nov 22 2009 01:38
by G.R. Baumann
Joined on Mon, Mar 16 2009, NW-Atlantic Coast, Posts 102

As for clutter, when I use AU effects on sends, two things, when activating the mixer view, they stay open, it would be nice if they close the gui's same way as with AU instruments.
Posted on Mon, Nov 23 2009 15:10
by Ashermusic
Joined on Fri, Jan 02 2009, Posts 546
Yes. Or maybe a Tile Instances feature.
Composer, Logic Pro Certified Trainer, author of "Jumpstart Logic Pro 10.6 " & "Scoring WIth Logic Pro"

3.2 6-Core i7 Mac mini, 64 GB RAM. macOS 11.4
Posted on Mon, Jan 04 2010 15:31
by am_27761
Joined on Mon, May 07 2007, Posts 34

Just wanted to bring this feature request up again!

Posted on Mon, Mar 15 2010 11:14
by am_27761
Joined on Mon, May 07 2007, Posts 34

And again:-) Did you think about this feature? Would be great!

Posted on Sun, Mar 28 2010 18:43
by Karel
Joined on Mon, Jan 19 2009, Belgium, Posts 2173
You can actually already access the different windows in a VE Pro Server session very easily using the Exposé feature on Mac. You can also assign a shortcut to do this for all windows of a single application (such as VE Pro Server). To check or change your Exposé settings, just click the Apple menu (top left of the screen at all times), then "System Preferences...", "Exposé & Spaces" and finally "Exposé".
Karel Bassez
Software Engineer
Vienna Symphonic Library
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