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Version 0.1.1 of KMid2

Release Notes: A menu showing recent files has been added. Highlighting of syllables in lyrics has been enhanced, and now omits leading and trailing white spaces. The stop action now is allowed in the paused state. The bundled aseqmm library sources have been synchronized with the 0.2.0 release, with assorted bugfixes and enhancements.

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Release Notes: The main change in this release is a new component that can be integrated easily in any KDE program. For instance, Konqueror can play MIDI files with it. New DBus interfaces allow external control for the main program and the component. There are new and updated translations, and default shortcuts are assigned to keyboard media keys. Several fixes in the vumeter widget and all backends have been included.

  •  12 Jun 2010 19:18

Release Notes: This release fixes two bugs in the ALSA sequencer backend (Linux) that crashed the program. New and updated translations have been included.

Release Notes: Two new backends for Windows and Mac OS X have been added. The ALSA sequencer backend has been fixed to avoid setting an explicit output pool size, and to unconditionally reload the MIDI devices list before checking the available outputs.

Release Notes: This release fixes program termination, stopping active notes. It fixes a crash when shuffling an empty playlist. It fixes creation of examples and system songs bookmarks at runtime for file open dialog places. Bookmarks are created only when files are found. It fixes saving the initial MIDI connection dialog selection. It replaces the initial MIDI connection dialog with a new one that enables online help access and has a better design. The last directory used in several open/save dialogs is now saved between sessions.

Release Notes: Lyrics text encodings are automatically detected. SMF metadata (track names) are used to populate the channel labels in the channels window, and have been added to the pianola window. The runtime ALSA drivers version is used to check the advanced MIDI ports. A PulseAudio option has been added to the TiMidity++ configuration. Several fixes, including a memory leak, handling of command line playlists, and the settings dialog apply button and audio output controls.

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