Archive for April, 2006

0.9.511 Available, and an important warning

Sunday, April 30th, 2006

There are some helpful workflow features added in this version. Cues now have command-key shortcuts to add them to your workspace, and you can reorder the order of the cues in the Qbox by dragging them to new locations. Important: Recently a crash occurred when running QLab on 10.4.6 that appears to be the same [...]

0.9.510 Available

Thursday, April 27th, 2006

My goal in this release was to make crash reports really easy. I’ve only received two crash logs so far, but I rather suspect it has crashed more than twice. I’ve added a feature in this release to make it drop-dead simple to submit crash reports: If the application crashes, the next time you run [...]

0.9.507 Available

Monday, April 24th, 2006

Lots of updates in this version, so be sure to take a look at the release notes to get the full rundown. One big addition is that Group Cues can now be transformed into miniature Cue Lists inside other Cue Lists. See: http://figure53.com/trac/index.fcgi/ticket/112 for a discussion of the impetus behind this. Basically, these mini Cue [...]

Visual Scratch

Tuesday, April 18th, 2006

Back in the day, at the very beginning of this project, my main partner in crime was one Mr. Jesse Kriss. On October 14th, 2004, a friend called me with the question: is there any sound cue software for the Mac? I looked around, and while there was stuff out there, it seemed like something [...]

MIDI at last

Saturday, April 15th, 2006

The first MIDI testing is finally underway. Here’s a peak:

0.9.506 Available

Saturday, April 8th, 2006

This is a bug fix release. Because of the problem described in ticket #117, I have reluctantly increased the OS requirement to 10.4. I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. To the best of my knowledge this is a problem in CoreAudio on 10.3.9, and until I hear otherwise from Apple that I am [...]

Dig them Updated Docs

Saturday, April 1st, 2006

I’ve updated many of the documentation pages to get them in line with the current state of the program. As development continues, these pages will of course become stale again, but for now they have been yanked back to the realm of the relevant. I’ve also dropped one or two seeds of information into the [...]

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