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plugin test VST Renoise 3.1b6

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#1 EatMe

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Posted 09 December 2015 - 15:50

I have tested several songs with the following VST plugins:
(Renoise 3.1b6 32bit WinXP)

AAS LoungeLizard Session
KORG Mono/Poly (+automated via instr. automation device)
KORG WaveStation
KORG M1
MauSynth (+automated via instr. automation device)
Acoustica Pianissimo
LennarDigital Sylenth1 (+automated via instr.automation device and via modwheel pattern commands)
H.G. Fortune Avatar ST Pro
H.G. Fortune The Tiger
H.G. Fortune Serenity Pro
T-Force Alpha Plus
Synth1 v1.12 2010.5 (+automated via instr. MIDI control device)

Freeverb2 (+automated parameters via pattern commands)
MJRotoDelay (+automated parameters via hydra)
BassChorus_V22
BeyerDynamic Virtual Studio (VS)
123Creative ORB7000

Everything seems to work

there still is a very naughty bug on WinXP32 Renoise 3.1b6 ALT+Enter fullscreen Renoise with the loss of focus in child windows in a plugin container. It loses focus so quick that you can't do anything.

please deprecate the Windows XP ALT+Enter functionality if this can not be fixed. A maximized Renoise window works fine.

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Posted 11 December 2015 - 11:22

Thanks for the tests.

Regarding the issues with bridged plugins on WinXP32 in fullscreen mode.

Unfortunately it got really really hard to test and debug such issues for Windows XP now. We basically can no longer develop, but only test things on Windows XP machines. The problem is very very specific and there are workarounds, so I don't think we should spend more time with this.

The only other real alternative would be dropping the Windows XP support completely now, as we simply can no longer maintain it. We will very likely do this for the next update of Renoise anyway.

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Posted 11 December 2015 - 17:34

Thanks for the tests.

Regarding the issues with bridged plugins on WinXP32 in fullscreen mode.

Unfortunately it got really really hard to test and debug such issues for Windows XP now. We basically can no longer develop, but only test things on Windows XP machines. The problem is very very specific and there are workarounds, so I don't think we should spend more time with this.

The only other real alternative would be dropping the Windows XP support completely now, as we simply can no longer maintain it. We will very likely do this for the next update of Renoise anyway.

 

You're welcome on the tests.

 

Pretty please do not drop the Windows XP support..

 

Rather disable the Alt+Enter functionality within Windows XP to solve the issue.







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