From: BobF on 17 Nov 2009 10:05
I can't believe how buggy Reaper is! Every few dayz there's ANOTHER
update to fix even MORE bugs! <GGG>
> v3.141 - November 16 2009
> + Action: toggle selected tracks between touch and trim/read modes (for non-motorized control surfaces)
> + Anticipative FX is no longer by default disabled during rendering
> + Batch converter: added right-click context menu, modeless configuration
> + Custom menu: fixed Actions menu occasionally declining to be customized
> + Fixed mislabeled undo/redo menu items in certain instances
> + Image loading: theme images optimized for faster load (startup) time, and smaller installer
> + Installer: reduced installer size on all platforms
> + Media explorer: fixed import of multitrack MIDI files when importing to empty project
> + MIDI editor: fixed bug when extending a looped item leftwards in the editor
> + MIDI editor: avoid skipping over CC data when drawing edits quickly
> + MIDI editor: actions to explicitly mute and unmute notes (in addition to existing toggle)
> + MIDI editor: middle button hand-scroll
> + Peaks: fixed rebuilding peaks for selected items
> + Project markers: fixed transport jump-to-marker list not being refreshed
> + Preferences: added new Envelopes tab, option for how to handle volume/pan trim when adding envelopes
> + ReWire: per-instance options to control whether slaves can change tempo, loop region
> + Scrollbars: drawing fixes
> + Toolbar: merged toolbar and menu customize interfaces, no limit on custom toolbar buttons
> + Toolbar: customizable tabbed floating toolbar (separate from main toolbar)
> + Toolbar: added 72 more custom toolbar images
> + Toolbar: optional user text over blank toolbar icon
> + Toolbar: armed actions can be run by clicking anywhere in the arrange view (not just on a media item)
> + Video: added support for video files that contain no video track
> + Video: better audio sync on OSX
> + Video: dont show video from stopped background projects
> + Video: fixed possible hang on Windows multi-monitor setups
> + Video: fixed incorrect frame display issues (rounding errors after manually moving the edit cursor)
> + Video: added a preference panel to select video colorspaces
> + x64: fixed bugs in recording and rendering format selection/configuration windows
From: BobF on 17 Nov 2009 10:29
> In news:hdue30$2o3p$2(a)news.telesweet.net the killer robot BobF
> <no.thanks(a)no.spam> grabbed the controls of the spaceship
> cakewalk.audio and pressed these buttons...
>> I can't believe how buggy Reaper is! Every few dayz there's ANOTHER
>> update to fix even MORE bugs! <GGG>
> As opposed to leaving the bugs untouched in the software for five or more
> years, like some other DAW software developers I know of. ;)
Not that this is who you're referring to, but I just got Sonar 8.5
loaded up. Pretty sweet so far and you wouldn't believe how many xtra
gigabytes of stuff came with it!!!!
I've diddled with Reaper a few times, but I just can't get my head into
the logic behind where everything is hidden from the user! ;-)
From: Tom B on 17 Nov 2009 12:26
Have you figured how to edit the text.
View Floating Toolbars
Rename Toobar 1 to MIXER
Assign Alt+T to Show/Hide Tracks in Mixer
Place Alt+T in MIXER toolbar
Place Alt+D in MIXER toolbar
Now you have two little buttons.
One says Show Dock ( which is fine, for show / hide mixer )
The other one though says Show Fold ( which is short for Show Folder Tracks
in Mixer )
How can you edit that text to say for instance Hide Tracks.
I also couldn't figure how to get the icons to stick to that either.
Looks like they have some new icons too... a handgun, a razor blade and a
Jolly Roger..... I sense a theme here. Not sure if there is a roll of bills
and pimp in there or not.
> You can keybind pretty much everything in Reaper, and now you can rewrite
> the menus to your liking as well.
From: Tom B on 17 Nov 2009 12:30
Ok, I just figured how to change the icon, but don't see a way to edit text.
This is a hell of powerful addition.
From: kitekrazy on 17 Nov 2009 17:13
> Glennbo wrote:
>> In news:hdue30$2o3p$2(a)news.telesweet.net the killer robot BobF
>> <no.thanks(a)no.spam> grabbed the controls of the spaceship
>> cakewalk.audio and pressed these buttons...
>>> I can't believe how buggy Reaper is! Every few dayz there's ANOTHER
>>> update to fix even MORE bugs! <GGG>
>> As opposed to leaving the bugs untouched in the software for five or
>> more years, like some other DAW software developers I know of. ;)
> Not that this is who you're referring to, but I just got Sonar 8.5
> loaded up. Pretty sweet so far and you wouldn't believe how many xtra
> gigabytes of stuff came with it!!!!
> I've diddled with Reaper a few times, but I just can't get my head into
> the logic behind where everything is hidden from the user! ;-)
What I really like about Sonar 8.5x64 is it makes the choice of plugins
less confusing since very few 32 bit VSTs work in it.
In Reaper 64 - everything seems to work.