[ardour-dev] latest CVS commit
paul at linuxaudiosystems.com
Sun Feb 29 17:02:16 PST 2004
* change all instances of EMIT_SIGNAL null macro to comments
* dragging curve control points - to move all points right, use
ctrl-drag. ordinary drag now moves just that point. (reverse
of previous behaviour.)
* canvas waveview item now supports alpha for color, and
has support for scaling waveform via a gain function
* crossfade editor closer to 90% functionality
- audition xfade
- edit both both curves independently
- waveforms scale with curve (*sexy*! :)
* fix process-time automation snapshots to be (more?) real-time
safe (remove O(logN) behaviour, avoid unnecessary control
* destroy-last-capture now works until the next capture, not the
next transport halt
* region locking shows padlock in regionview, plus has an actual
effect on editing :)
- unlock via click on padlock works as expected
- to be improved, perhaps, to permit locking by clicking
where the padlock would show up but isn't. not sure, because
its definitely not OK to show a lot of "unlocked"
padlocks - very visually cluttered that way.
- some glitch with the last line of the image of the
* utility for converting XPM data to RGB and RGBA buffers for
canvas images (big thanks to colin law for the
canvas-imageview item that makes this worthwhile doing)
* shift-drag permits multiple object selection passes via
* drag_info.been_moved not set until 4 pixels of motion are
detected. this affects a number of things but NOT region
dragging. To Be Fixed.
* region export via standard export dialog
- to be discussed: is "Write Region to disk" still useful?
it is quicker, and just writes a native file to disk
within the session sounds directory.
- operates only on clicked region, not region selection. good?
* fade in/out curves of region editor do not update the underlying data
until button release.
* fade in/out curves of region editor now can have values typed in.
* fade in/out curves now use a mutex to protect real-time access
* nick m's SMPTE computation fix for rulers
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