Archive for February, 2006

0.9.503 Available

Saturday, February 25th, 2006

This release adds hotkeys. You can assign any cue a hotkey in the “info” tab of the inspector. More than one cue can have the same hotkey, but if you assign a key that is being used in the key map (in General Preferences) you will see a warning that this key is in use [...]

Temporary DMG Issues

Sunday, February 19th, 2006

It appears the disk image I uploaded for the last release is not jiving for some folks. I’m working on repackaging and will upload a new version ASAP. UPDATE: The updated package appears to function properly. Please let me know if you run into any problems.

0.9.502 Available

Sunday, February 19th, 2006

This release covers a good bit of ground. Since people have begun to use QLab in production environments, I’d like to take a moment to remind you that, as with all beta software, please upgrade with caution. (Make backups of your workspaces, and don’t throw out that old version of QLab until you’re satisfied I [...]

QLab: Beyond the stage

Saturday, February 11th, 2006

Over on the OSXAudio forums, someone recently asked the interesting question: what can a “theatre app” like QLab do that other audio processing applications like Live can’t? It’s a great question. And the answer leads to something more: the unique architecture that sets QLab apart from not only the music-oriented applications like Live, but from [...]

0.9.501 Available

Wednesday, February 8th, 2006

This release should dramatically improve the responsiveness of the playback controls when many cues are playing. I’ll look to do more, but this should help. (In general, I want to refine the playback controls quite a bit, but I like giving you the chance to play with many incremental updates rather than wait a long [...]

Growing Pains

Wednesday, February 8th, 2006

Just wanted to alert folks to the bug filed in ticket #101. It appears that when many sounds are playing at the same time the updates to the new playback controls can take over to the extent that the playback window becomes very unresponsive. It appears this may be worse for people with slower computers. [...]

0.9.5 Available

Monday, February 6th, 2006

Tonight’s release adds the ability to pause, rewind, and fast forward all active sequences. The playback controls aren’t in their final state—I have some more tweaking I want to do—but they represent a strong step in the right direction. Let me know if they help.

Almost two weeks and no release?

Sunday, February 5th, 2006

Trust me, I’m working on it. Possibly too much. It’s been a rainy weekend here in Baltimore; ideal for curling up on the couch with the PowerBook and working on my carpal tunnel syndrome until the wee hours of the morning. The carpal tunnel hasn’t progressed very far, but the code has. 28 hours worth [...]

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