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Loading, ASIO using WineASIO and Qjackctl.
Everything that was tested.
What does not
Minor redraw glitch when dragging windows, it still creates a cascade effect.
However, the Parametric EQ2 which didn't work smoothly, with knobs being unable to move smoothly, is fixed with rc6.
Harmless now dows not crash.
There are still transparency issues with the helpbar (it shows up when loading stuff, instead of having the round right section, the black still shows)
What was not tested
Not all plugins were tested, I focused on what I knew was broken on previous Wine versions.
Add Vorbis-Ogg support (I.E. Built-in drum loops and FPC ... etc.)
wine notepad 'C:\windows\system.ini' or your favorite *nix text editor
(*nix path is '~/.wine/drive_c/windows/system.ini')
...And then add this in the drivers32 section:
Reported fixed in wine 1.3.28 and later
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Loading MP3 Samples FAIL
by polyopath on Sunday November 27th 2011, 13:15
I am runnig on an archlinux up-to-date,
ALL is working fine but when i want to load mp3 samples in a "sampler" plugin by exemple, the waveform still blank and the sample can't be played.
I've trying to disable/enable "winemp3.acm" in regedit/system.ini, install ffdshow winetrick...
Can't run Wineasio
by Axelectrik on Thursday September 29th 2011, 23:58
I have followed all the steps i took before for installing the version 9.0 wich I hink are the same for 10
The problem is when I select WINEASIO as an audio driver I get a message window saying: "Error while creating the ASIO driver", after that appears another mesage window saying: "DIB cannot be made", and after that another message window saying: "Invalid pointer operation". When I try to close any of those the last message window pop-out again not allowing to use the program again, until it be killed and then opened again.