Thanks for the feedback, guys (and for taking the time to listen to the music!). Let's keep the discussion of bugs/features to this thread for now, and I'll try to respond on a regular basis. I've tested Vitamin L extensively on my system and a couple of people had it in use before release, but different setups may end up causing different issues.
I'm having a few probs with VitaminL - however I think it's more related to my setup, a very stripped down XP, than anything with your code. Do the XP Accessibility functions need to be enabled in order to utilise Quick Keys?.
What does your stripped down XP look like? If you are not using the XP theme (ie. it's a "classic" win 98 look), then that's the likely culprit. If you are able to switch to the XP theme, let me know if that changes things. Also, does F4 work for you?
First thing that I noticed: The 'show/hide browser' and 'show/hide return tracks' keys feel swapped. I would prefer them to be exchanged, so that the left key operates the browser and the right key the return tracks.
You are right, I've thought about swapping them, but somehow got attached to ]
being the browser key in the arrange. Perhaps I'll change that in the next revision.
I too am experiencing some bugs and strangeness, so I'll report back with specifics.
Fire away! The more details, the better. And your donation is much appreciated, as being between jobs is what allowed me to focus on this!
when in the session view if the mixer is not fully expanded, and you try to click the bottom arrow in live, nothing happens. also vertical scrolling seems to not work correctly..
I am not exactly sure what you mean. Are you saying that Vitamin L somehow interferes with Live's behavior when you are working in session? And doesn't seem correct about vertical scrolling?
For people asking about a mac version -- sadly, I don't even have access to a mac these days, so a port is not likely. You could probably achieve a part of what this does with careful scripting and key mapping... or maybe bootcamp into XP.