thanks man, good to hear even someone i regard as 'loads more experienced than me' still has use for my cheatsheet.
Only just dived into this for the first time, nice effort here rhowaldt! However, one suggestion: I'm finding the near white on the really dark background a bit hard on my old eyes. Is it easy for you to soften that contrast for old codgers like me? Otherwise well done, feel free to link in there the other In:Depth articles I've done just in case you haven't yet. Sheesh, I've still got to make time to write more of those...
the colors are literally white on black (#fff on #000). i will look into it. i noticed that (at least in FF4) the top navbar line is shifted so i'll have to check out the GUI again anyway. maybe do a bit of an update. my goal was to make it look like the Renoise (default) interface, but that turned out to be too much effort at the time so i settled for pure white on black. i bet if the background were a bit more grayish (lighter) it would be easier on the eyes, right?
i need to check out those In:Depth articles again, as i don't remember each one, and might find some use for adding it to the cheatsheet.
as i may have said before, the cheatsheet is simply a collection of links and forum-posts and stuff that are nice to have in 1 organized place, so you don't have to whip out Google or the Forum Search to find that cool native synth or that tip on phaser-techniques. got a PM from esaruoho asking if he could use some of it for something (still waiting for the explanation), asking if that was ok. for anyone reading this: that is perfectly ok, for the simple reason stated above, it is not my work, it is simply a collection. all i ask is some credit somewhere somehow, be it in a script comment or a forum post or a mention on your blog or whatever.
(everytime i smoke weed i have a tendency to talk too much. i am shutting myself up now, back to my first electronic-reggae-attempt)
Edited by rhowaldt, 13 June 2011 - 01:12.