confusing the terms? i would say that backwards compatible means that i can safe a projekt in the actual version and open it with an older one..or that i can save in a previous file format..
that i would call backward compatible... everything else wouldnt make much sense because in any case a new version of a program have to be able to open the previous projekt files..
abusing the term backward compatibility just to describe that ground standard is just a marketing hoax..
Actually i still cant understand why it is so impossible to allow live to save projekts in an older file format.
And of cause why its such a problem to get the program stable..
MAybe because coders theese days are just normal people.. teams of normal people with bugs just because the differnet handwritings involved...instead the one man show super brainiac software company of the past...
maybe ableton should fire all coders and replace them all with one expensiv guy that rewrites everything
problem..theese one expensiv guy probably costs the month what the whole team costs in the year...