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PlugData 0.5.1 (Alpha release)

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This is not a final release. Experimental releases should only be used for testing and development. Do not use these on production sites, and make sure you have proper backups before installing...

Many GUI improvements (document manager, externals manager, parameter manager, better manipulation of connection paths) and some fixes.

For additional information about this project, please visit the project page.

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Change log

Features:
- Support for opening multiple projects in a single window
- Added a package manager for downloading externals, compatible with pd's package repository (C-coded externals only work on Mac and Linux standalone for now)
- Set connection style per individual connection
- Added document browser for easier access to patches and documentation
- Added panel for manipulating and viewing DAW parameters, with a button to add a receive object for each parameter
- Objects created from menu's now stick to your mouse

Other improvements and fixes:
- Power button now synced with pd's dsp state
- Improved numberbox dragging
- Text in objects now has left justification
- Improved grid
- Improved search path component and fixed bug causing paths not to update
- Fixed no window outlines on some Linux distros
- Maximum number of console messages to prevent freezing when console gets spammed
- Fixed some object colour related bugs
- Improved box resize behaviour with text wrapping like in pd
- Added non-zero-value property to toggle
- Message keyboard shortcut now opens texteditor automatically
- Fixed object overlapping bugs
- No edit mode when inside presentation mode
- Better stability in DAW
- Performance improvements
- Fixed various other bugs

Known issues:
- Broken objects: [text define], [netreceive], [store], [rec], [oscilloscope], possibly more.
- Text display problems with some locales
- C-coded externals are broken on windows

by Timothy Schoen last modified 2022-05-08 03:40 AM

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