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Tim E. Real
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Re: Muse editor blank

Postby Tim E. Real » Sat Apr 13, 2019 10:27 pm

OK Here we go. In git master now.
I think we might finally lay these old 'blank' and 'duplicate' track names issue to rest.
Please test as thoroughly as possible, as I fixed a bunch 'o other stuff.
Tested OK importing, saving, opening my old songs, playing etc.
Tested OK routing inputs to imported midi tracks, and saving/reloading.
Note that it was necessary to bump up the MusE song file version to 3.2,
so as usual you will be warned about opening old files, they will be saved
in the new format and some sections will be non-backwards compatible.
The two problem sections now refer to track indexes instead of track names.
You'll notice a new Arranger Track Index column which helps identify blank or duplicate track names, and all
relevant places that display a track name now show an 'augmented' name with index number, such as "1:Track 5".
Curious? Open your saved med files and note how compact that 'drum_ordering' section is now.
Tim.

Complete fixes from the ChangeLog:

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12.04.2019
      - Fixed midi import problem as reported in forums: (Tim)
        Importing tracks with duplicate (often blank) names caused problems with
         'drum_ordering' and 'route' song file sections since they refer to track names.
        Re-wrote to use track indexes instead of track names.
        Optimized and compacted the 'drum_ordering' section.
      - Added new Arranger column 'Track Index'. Helps identify blank or duplicate track names.
      - **Bumped up** song file version to 3.2, necessary for the new track header column.
      - Added Track::displayName() and Route::displayName(). They return strings such as
         "1:Track 5" and "2:" "3:" to help identify tracks.
        All places displaying a track name, such as routing popup and dialog, now show
         this 'augmented' display name to help identify blank or duplicate track names.
      - Fixed many semantic, code-will-never-run, allocation, header-not-guarded,
         and other problems as displayed by KDevelop Problems Reporter.
      - Fixed Midi Input Transformator and Midi Transformator problems.
        Problems creating/deleting presets. Tested all functions OK.

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Re: Muse editor blank

Postby funkmuscle » Sat Apr 13, 2019 11:02 pm

All is well in the world of editing midi drums. Thank you Tim.

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Re: Muse editor blank

Postby Tim E. Real » Sat Apr 13, 2019 11:48 pm

Hey, is that your guitar in your member picture? What is it? Looks like Floyd Rose tremolo?

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Re: Muse editor blank

Postby funkmuscle » Sun Apr 14, 2019 11:35 am

Tim E. Real wrote:Hey, is that your guitar in your member picture? What is it? Looks like Floyd Rose tremolo?

Yep one of my guitars. It's an Ibanez. Yep that's a Rose!

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Re: Muse editor blank

Postby Tim E. Real » Sun Apr 14, 2019 4:52 pm

Interesting pickup configuration. Thought it might be a Fender at first, but no.
Love the Leafs sticker!
All my guitars are Ibanez.

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Re: Muse editor blank

Postby funkmuscle » Sun Apr 14, 2019 5:03 pm

Tim E. Real wrote:Interesting pickup configuration. Thought it might be a Fender at first, but no.
Love the Leafs sticker!
All my guitars are Ibanez.

don't remind about the Leafs after that horrible refereeing last night :( ... That guitar came from the days when everyone wanted a Strat. From the mid 80s..

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Re: Muse editor blank

Postby Tim E. Real » Sun Apr 14, 2019 6:49 pm

That guitar came from the days when everyone wanted a Strat.

But couldn't afford it and bought Ibanez instead :lol:
But that locking Rose is well worth it. Best trem ever.
Yeah, we all wanted a Strat with scalloped frets, if you know what (or who) I mean.

Hey don't feel bad, look where our team ended up this year...

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Re: Muse editor blank

Postby funkmuscle » Sun Apr 14, 2019 6:55 pm

Tim E. Real wrote:
That guitar came from the days when everyone wanted a Strat.

But couldn't afford it and bought Ibanez instead :lol:
But that locking Rose is well worth it. Best trem ever.
Yeah, we all wanted a Strat with scalloped frets, if you know what (or who) I mean.

Hey don't feel bad, look where our team ended up this year...

Hope Kadri doesn't get suspended.. No calls from Refs so he took matters into his own hands.
Actually there was this store on Yonge St. across from the GasWorks and the carried Ibanez. This guitar cost more than the real Strats at L&M or Steve's.
I liked the guitar and my girlfriend at the time asked if I wanted it and I said yeah.. She bought it.. I married her.. :D

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Re: Muse editor blank

Postby Tim E. Real » Sun Apr 14, 2019 8:51 pm

Ha! Great story :)

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Re: Muse editor blank

Postby funkmuscle » Sun Apr 14, 2019 8:53 pm

Tim E. Real wrote:Ha! Great story :)

yep and she loves when I tell it.. hahaha


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