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Buglets: enable cells on midi activity; mousewheel scrolling
Last post Fri, Apr 25 2014 by mspape, 3 replies.
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Posted on Thu, Apr 24 2014 20:17
by mspape
Joined on Mon, Oct 09 2006, Posts 45

Two new ones in the new Vienna Ensemble 5.3.13166 (64 bit) with Vienna Instruments Pro:

* Enable cells on Midi Activity now works as an instance specific measure, it seems? Setting it to ON enables it for that VIP instance, but even though it remains ON for the next one, I have to manually switch it off and on before it works.

* Mousewheeling over the channels (which i do an awful lot, because of the dimension strings!) so to scroll down, sometimes adjusts the balance/volume sliders if one happens to just mousewheel over the varied slider. I think normal usability suggests we use mousewheel for scrolling, but manual click/dragging for adjusting sliders - having BOTH is, however, can make one unwittingly distort the mix.

Nothing serious no. In fact, I thought I should write it before I forget about it and figured the Vienna team might be interested.

BTW, would it be possible to enable a "ENABLE/OFF/LEARN optimize" global setting or perhaps a shortkey? It gives me RSI to relearn 80 instances!
Best,
MSpape

Posted on Thu, Apr 24 2014 23:10
by civilization 3
Joined on Sat, May 16 2009, SF Bay Area, Posts 1718
mspape wrote:

* Mousewheeling over the channels (which i do an awful lot, because of the dimension strings!) so to scroll down, sometimes adjusts the balance/volume sliders if one happens to just mousewheel over the varied slider.

There is a preference for that: Enable parameter tweaking by mouse wheel. With it deselected it doesn't do that. Maybe updating reset your prefs? I scroll the left column some, too, I was happy to see that in prefs.

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Posted on Fri, Apr 25 2014 09:06
by mspape
Joined on Mon, Oct 09 2006, Posts 45

Hi,

Oh, it probably reset my preferences (to this strange default) with reinstalling Windows! Thanks, good to know!

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