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- May 23 2017, 11:07 AM (34 w, 4 d)
Dec 8 2017
Software that was written with pxz in mind I guess.
I can't say what the difference is exactly, as both seem to support LZMA, however some scripts rely on pxz specifically.
For what it's worth, I got this working without issues:
Dec 7 2017
Sep 23 2017
This is an absolute must have for music production. Currently having to resort to 10ms delays and at times to 20ms even on high-end hardware. Would be amazing if implemented.
Sep 16 2017
If in case if this is still being taken in consideration - perhaps it would be helpful to be able to sort the packages, by downloads and/or date added/updated. I would be interested in exploring what new packages were added and try them out. Also having the packages that are already installed be easily distinguished on the list page is a must.
Perhaps an off-topic but would be good to reinforce maintainers to update the change logs from the upstream, I often find the current ones be as simple as "version dump"
Sep 15 2017
Sep 14 2017
Sep 13 2017
@Justin Works like a charm, thanks a lot! Tested with Ardour.
Looks like if you leave it for a bit, it fixes itself, takes about 1-2 minutes.
@Justin Just installed it, this part went through without a hitch, I'll report back as soon as I get a free minute. Thanks a lot for your work!
Sep 7 2017
@Justin will sure do as soon as it's in the repo, thanks a lot for working on this!
Sep 4 2017
Here's the required info, let me know if I'm missing anything:
Name: Tracktion T7 DAW
Is it Open Source: No
DL Link: https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/tracktion-marketplace-public/archive/t7/TracktionInstall_7_2_1_Linux_64Bit.deb
Aug 26 2017
Thanks @JoshStrobl for accepting it, looks like it's available for 8 distros now
Aug 18 2017
Aug 17 2017
I wonder if you can receive files over bluetooth
Aug 15 2017
Resolved after update to latest release
Aug 14 2017
Is it an option to add it to the repos to at least allow the user to install it and remove jack1 or does it require some voodo magic to set up?
Aug 7 2017
Aug 1 2017
Support for JACK2 would be amazing as it allows better support for all kinds of USB audio interfaces, any musician would greatly appreciate, I know I would :)
Jul 8 2017
Jun 29 2017
Happy to see that this is going to be implemented at some point, looking forward to that.
Jun 28 2017
Today's update of glibc fixed it, damn you guys rock :)
Feel free to delete or close this.
Jun 24 2017
Jun 22 2017
Sorry for bringing this back, but got so tired of constantly downloading and replacing the files, could definitely save time. Disregard if it's too much hassle, there are definitely more pressing matters :)
May 30 2017
Any updates on that? Seems we're on Qt 5.6 now. I may be wrong though
May 23 2017
Similar issue happens when I plug a combo jack, only the input source is not automatically switched, perhaps depends on hardware since for me the output source is switching
I was able to dig up info on a bug while receiving an authorization response:
I was able to import an ICS file for now, but definitely something's wrong. If not with the calendar, then with online accounts. Is there any way of getting a log of what's going on? Otherwise I'm just ranting 🗡
I am now able to reproduce the bug somewhat consistently. Adding/removing a personal google accounts work fine. Synchronizing it isn't. I tried to go through the steps in the above comment, and disable/enable the options. But I get a message that the account is expired the second I turn calendar back on.
The bigger problem is with the 2nd work google account, in order to remove it I have to go through the removal process 4 times. Synchronizing it has the same issues as above. If someone could test it with a 2nd account and confirm/deny. Perhaps online accounts could be somehow cleared?
Have you tried removing your account and adding it back, I'm having all sorts of issues adding and removing an account. Is there a way to clear the cache for calendar?