[LAA] [ANN] Qsynth 0.3.2 (unstable-qt4) is out!
Rui Nuno Capela
rncbc at rncbc.org
Wed Dec 19 13:10:40 EST 2007
Yes, it's about time. Much as the long due FluidSynth 1.0.8 release,
really "Its about funky time!". Time also for season greetings and some
gift exchange. Don't ask for a second best, here you have the finest
pair of socks for the holiday ;)
Qsynth 0.3.2 (unstable-qt4) is out!
The official download site is, as always have been:
Straight from the change-log:
- A new option to start the program minimized when the system tray
icon is enabled, is now available from Setup/Misc/Start minimized
to system tray.
- Regression from QSystemTrayIcon (Qt4 >= 4.2) implementation, at
least on X11 environments: while the main application widget was
minimized to the system-tray, closing any other top-level widget
was causing the immediate and unexpected application shutdown.
- Minor corrections on the output peak meter scale aesthetics.
- Tool/child windows position and size preservation fixed.
- Orphaned MIDI device name no longer mistaken when switching
between MIDI drivers on engine setup.
- A bit more of precision is achieved over the output peak meters.
- Messages line limit was not being checked, now honored.
- Simple as it could ever be, the build executive summary report
is now given on configure.
- Get configure to try and detect the correct qmake location and
insert it the search order, so let the qt4 tools take precedence
when --with-qt option is given and older qt3 ones coexist and
are found located ahead in the PATH.
- The infamous "Keep child windows always on top" global option is
now supposed to behave a little better when disabled, layering
child windows as naturally as far the window manager dictates.
- Inspired on Andreas Persson patch, while on qjackctl-devel, which
made it possible to compile and run with older Qt 4.1, similar
arrangements were carried out on qsynth too, without hesitation.
- Main panel spin-boxes gets accelerated when stressed (Qt >= 4.2).
Cheers && Enjoy,
rncbc aka Rui Nuno Capela
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