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Release 4.0.32, lots of bug fixes

Discussion in 'xLights (Nutcracker)' started by smeighan, May 20, 2015.

  1. smeighan

    smeighan Dedicated Elf

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    Lots of bug fixes in this releases


    XLIGHTS/NUTCRACKER RELEASE NOTES:
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    4.0.32 May 19, 2015
    -- bug(dkulp) Rename the element in the loaded sequence on model rename. Fixes #223
    -- bug(dkulp) Fix problem with overlapping effects that both specify fadein or outs causing interference
    -- enh(dkulp) Use On effect for scenes when possible instead of colorwash
    -- bug(dkulp) Don't call SetString on a sorted listbox. Fixes #217
    -- bug(dkulp) Fix an issue with multi level stars with Single Channel types
    -- enh(dkulp) Add double-click to row headering for expand/collapse strand/nodes
    -- bug(dkulp) Fix RGBW
    -- bug(dkulp) Fix crash on import of Conductor file. Fixes #226
    -- enh(dkulp) Add Vixen 2.x to import capability
    -- enh(dkulp) Add hlsIdata to import capability
    -- enh(dkulp) Move Import capbability to new Import menu
    -- enh(dkulp) Add abiltiy to play audio sequences at 3/4, 1/2, and 1/4 speed
    -- enh(gil) Morph update. Improved position calculation. Added support for up to 4 tail colors.
    Added repeat and skip count options. Added choice to quickly create 8 different morph types.
    Removed Use Head Start Color for Tail Start and Use Head End Color for Tail End.
    Added stagger option to allow morph repeats to each have a delay.
    -- enh(gil) Morph: * Finer resolution for stagger option. * Allow negative stagger for morph.
     
  2. AAH

    AAH I love blinky lights :) Community Project Designer

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    Nice work Sean and the other guys working on this.
    Out of curiosity is there and hope or plans to add a feature similar to LSP where you can run your mouse over a section of the audio waveform and the lights and grid show what's happening during that time. It's a great feature for picking transition points. I "think" that LSP call it washing.

    Thanks

    Alan


    I had to edit as I had guts rather than guys. Maybe that was a Freudian slip as the guys were working their guts out. :)
     
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    Hi Alan

    Did you mean scrubbing ?
    :)
     
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    AAH I love blinky lights :) Community Project Designer

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    Washing, scrubbing. I knew it was something to do with womens work [​IMG]


     
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    Alan you are going to have to replace my monitor after I to a sip of coke and sprayed it all over my monitor after reading your post
     
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    Living dangerously (Alan) is all I say !!

    Having said that , I do like the look of xlights now - it looks quite similar to LSP except that it is significantly faster to render and is much easier for a layman to use then the current version of LSP is.
     

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