[LAD] [ANN] Non DAW and Non Mixer 1.0.0
Tim E. Real
termtech at rogers.com
Sun Feb 7 20:51:53 UTC 2010
On February 7, 2010 01:10:27 pm Jonathan Moore Liles wrote:
> "Tim E. Real" <termtech at rogers.com> writes:
> > On February 2, 2010 07:21:14 pm malnourite at gmail.com wrote:
> >> I'm pleased to announce the release of Non-DAW and Non-Mixer version
> >> 1.0.0. Some version numbers have been skipped, as a lot time as gone
> >> without an official release. Those who have followed Non-DAW via git
> >> will only notice a few changes, most of them pushed very recently.
> > I installed non-daw and it runs fine rec/play here on a
> > Mandriva spring 2009 system with latest Jack-2 SVN.
> Good to hear.
> > Couple of things I noticed:
> > Is it possible to move the play head just by clicking the mouse somewhere
> > in the window?
> No, as there are far too many things to click on already. However, you
> can put the mouse cursor over the point in the timeline you'd like to
> locate to and hit the 'p' key to move the playhead there.
> > In the HMS time displays the characters are just a wee bit too big for
> > their window and are cut off slightly.
> What DPI setting to you use in X?
My xorg.conf has no line for that, but my NVidia control panel
says it's using 86x78 dots per inch.
> > The play head flickers when playing.
> The playhead and other cursors (and the selection rectangle) are drawn
> in an overlay plane. This allows the playhead to be redrawn rapidly
> without requiring that anything under it be redrawn. In FLTK, this works
> via a trick with double buffering. If you don't have a double buffered
> visual available in X, I imagine it would flicker. In any case, the
> flickering is harmless and well worth the enhanced performance.
Hmm, I don't recall what setting that is. How to turn it on?
> > Other than that she ran fine, sounds and looks good !
> > Will try seq and mixer.
The seq and mixer ran fine, too.
> > Tim.
> Excellent. Have fun!
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