[LAD] The modular audio chronicles ep. 1
brummer- at web.de
Wed Jun 25 16:54:03 UTC 2014
Am 25.06.2014 18:03, schrieb hermann meyer:
> Am 25.06.2014 17:18, schrieb Fons Adriaensen:
>> On Wed, Jun 25, 2014 at 04:08:51PM +0200, hermann meyer wrote:
>>> Oh, don't get me wrong, you can save/load presets inside the
>>> guitarix preset window (no d'n'd' needed)
>> How ? I didn't find a load button or anything that lets me select
>> a file. There's a 'Save' in the presets window, but again no way
>> to select where to save and under what name. It's probably writing
>> some files in a place I haven't chosen and that I don't even know.
> Just click on a preset to load it. To save a preset, click on <new>
> give a name and hit enter.
> Al files get saved in the guiatix config folder. (~./config/guitarix)
> presets been placed in /banks, as a preset is always ordered in a
> bank. You can move/reorder presets in banks.
> I guess ./config/appname is a standard place to save configurations.
> Isn't it?
> We don’t support dir selection to save presets.
Forgot to mention, the save button save the current state under the
current preset. You could set a bank to "no rewrite" by click in front
of the preset name( a red "R" will show the rewrite state) , to protect
it for overwrites.
>>> Fons, I would love if you once use guitarix and get your own
>>> impression of our work.
>> I have. I don't like at all how it looks: lots of silly eye-candy
>> at the expense of usability. Take the way you have repackaged
>> zita-rev1. It's a perfect example of what I don't want it to be,
>> and why I'm moving away from GPL licencing. Sorry, but I prefer
>> to be frank about this.
> I'm really sorry to hear that. What exactly is it what you disturb
> about our interface to zita-rev1?
> By the way, it is the faust version of zita-rev1.
> If there is to much eye-candy in the interface, you may be more the
> type for the web-interface, which is more plain for engineers.
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