[LAD] The modular audio chronicles ep. 1
murks at tuxfamily.org
Wed Jun 25 15:09:30 UTC 2014
On Wed, 25 Jun 2014 16:08:51 +0200
hermann meyer <brummer- at web.de> wrote:
> Am 25.06.2014 15:34, schrieb Fons Adriaensen:
> > On Wed, Jun 25, 2014 at 03:10:22PM +0200, hermann meyer wrote:
> >> Drag the preset (bank) from the bank list, which is on bottom of
> >> the main window, when you push the preset button on bottom of the
> >> main window, drop it to the desktop, file-browser, web-browser
> >> (upload then to guitarix preset share forum), or any window which
> >> support standard drag n' drop. For import just the other way
> >> round. It's like Open Office do it, for example.
> >> The same way you move or insert plugs in the rack, by drag n' drop
> >> them.
> > I'm not using an obese desktop (so no desktop files), and I
> > don't even have a file browser installed. So that means
> > I can't load or save presets ?
> > LibreOffice has as file browser built-in, maybe I should start
> > that to load or save a guitarix preset ?
> > I'm not a guitar player so this doesn't matter for me. But
> > and app that *only* has DND and no other way to load or save
> > seem s like severely crippled to me.
> Oh, don't get me wrong, you can save/load presets inside the guitarix
> preset window (no d'n'd' needed), d'n'd is used for communicate with
> the "outside world", so to share presets.
> And, if you won't use d'n'd' at all, you can as well go the route
> over the usual copy and paste files with mc.
there's one thing I wonder about when I read this description:
Drag'n'Drop isn't scriptable (in any sane way), so is it possible to
(at least) load a preset from commandline?
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