FR: Lowercase for patch knobs

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FR: Lowercase for patch knobs

Post by Argitoth » 29 Jan 2008 12:03

When renaming knobs, it would help if when using lowercase characters, they showed up as lowercase. For example:

CutEnv will look like CUTENV which is harder to understand.

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Post by Argitoth » 07 Jun 2008 09:06

bump

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Post by karmafx » 14 Jun 2008 22:38

By design this is not support by the font, so it is not a bug but a feature request. Considering the number of bugs pouring in I would say that this is a "wontfix". Sorry. :?

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Post by Argitoth » 14 Jun 2008 23:05

Welp, I just hope that the future of KarmaFX holds improvements on the custom user control GUI. X-Y pads, bigger knobs, maybe even a switchable view from routing to a user-control page; some ideas for the future.

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Post by Argitoth » 15 Jun 2008 19:18

Oh yes, some more ideas for the GUI user controls, it would be cool if when you selected Filter Mode as a control, the knob would snap to those values that change the filter mode. And there could be buttons in place of knobs for other controls.

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Post by MadGonzo » 15 Jun 2008 20:50

dual filters instead
that could be balanced using trigger-attack
some very nice sounding instruments use that use "all filters cutoff" and filter separation
ie. z3ta+

sure it comes down to laziness for the first part, dual-filters
but i have no idea how separation really works
i just have the know-how.. shame really
i should have gotten into this a long time ago, but it just never happened
ill try to make a dual-filter instru though to see how good i really am :P

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