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@samo79

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would be nice to have this autoplay functionality working also after having loaded the music file into the editor

You mean when you load in a file, the editor starts playing it automatically? That wouldn't work, unfortunately. Remember that Rave lets you select and open several files at once. In such a case each project would start grabbing at AHI and triggering the playback process as soon as it gets loaded. It would be a mess.

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how about adding a Pause button into the editor area?

A Pause button for the transport bar is definitely planned.

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@trixie

Thanks for rave it's awesome.

I just have a small problem:
If I click on the waveform of the sample and I make right left several times quickly we see that the waveform changes which is not normal (Amisounded has the same problem)

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(Amisounded has the same problem)

The two share the same waveform display code, hence similar (mis)behaviour. Could be that the BOOPSI redrawing mechanism proves too slow here: the waveform gadget first needs to go through the sample data, then transform it into a waveform shape, then draw it into the window. If you make fast changes, the redrawing may not keep up.

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The new file requester is very cool, I do wish we had a system-wide requester that provides previews of files, especially images.

I would kinda prefer to select the volumes/assigns with a single click rather than a double-cklick, but that's just me.

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@trixie

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I wonder what you'll say when you see the updated file requester that I'm getting ready for the upcoming version 1.2

Even more impressive! The code for the file requester has got to be half that of the entire program (not counting libraries and third-party stuff that you didn't have to write).

Looking forward to the next version!

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I would kinda prefer to select the volumes/assigns with a single click rather than a double-cklick, but that's just me.

That's certainly a possibility, although in that case the access panel would work differently from the file list. Might feel weird. Also, the requester would depart from the behaviour of the system ASL requester. I tried to make the two as close as possible.

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@msteed

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The code for the file requester has got to be half that of the entire program

Just checked, and it's 423 KB of source code (main program) versus 172 KB (file requester), so not quite a half but I'm getting there

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The French web portal OBLIGEMENT has interviewed me about my Amiga projects and various other things. I'd like to thank David Brunet for interest and inspiring questions. Enjoy the read!

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@trixie

Great interview Dan. Refreshing to read something so positive and balanced "Enjoy your Amiga hobby and let others enjoy theirs!"

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Very nice interview and a really good read. Thank you Daniel for all the things you do for our community.

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Nice interview

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@all

Busy packing for family holiday but I managed to finish a new blog post, in which I talk about things that motivate me to do my Amiga activities. See you in a week!

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@trixie
Great read. Have a great time with the family and take some rest.

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Nice blog post, Trixie! Enjoy your holidays!

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@trixie

A very nicely written blog entry. I feel the same way about the value of writing Amiga programs versus some more popular platform. Better (or at least, more satisfying) to be a big fish in a small pond than a small fish in a big pond!

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