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Leszek Matok wrote:
Dnia 2008-11-09, o godz. 11:02:10 Leszek Matok <Lam@xxxxxx> napisa³(a):
... help doesn't work...On the help file, I want to lengths to get the app internal paths patched to use fedora standard locations for the help files. This seems to work on F9, both help and license are correctly shown. Is that the ones you are having trouble with on your rawhide machine ?
Can you normally disconnect a jack stream from a live application and not cause trouble ?I can't hear anything.OK, I take that back. After investigation with jackd -v, it turned out rakarrack.in_1 doesn't automatically connect to system.capture_1. Fixing that with qjackctl makes everything work. (And disconnecting it again makes Rakarrack die in pain).
What you mention about adjusting the default colour scheme seems reasonable. I did wonder whether rakarrack authors did this for a reason - like the contrasting colours being easy to see when not really seated at the computer, but in guitar playing position... A reason to change might be that the colours are no good for the colour blind ?After spending another minute on brute-forcing sane colour scheme,
I can now say Rakarrack is really neat and works great after you tame it :) You really need to make it behave well by default, though. Without it, I see no point in introducing this to "normal" users.
Do you have much experience with jack and/or apps using jack ?The reason I ask, is a setting up jack document suggested the use of say qjackctl to start and connect the jack streams is generally required (which does of course make it more difficult for beginners to get going). If there is easy ways to automate a basic
in -> rakarrack ip rakarrack op -> ampconnection, that would really simplify basic use. I'm not sure it would be compatible with other jack configs/usage ?
And cool, thank for trying it out Lam. DaveT. _______________________________________________ Fedora-music-list mailing list Fedora-music-list@xxxxxxxxxx http://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-music-list
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