[Cin] Today's GIT checkin includes fixes + Ctrl-s for save session
phylsmith2017 at gmail.com
Mon Aug 31 01:48:33 CEST 2020
Ctrl-s and Ctrl-z will be in tomorrow's build and were checked into GIT
already. Thanks for the feedback.
On Sun, Aug 30, 2020 at 1:15 AM Rafa Mar Multimedia en Gnu\Linux via Cin <
cin at lists.cinelerra-gg.org> wrote:
> Ctrl-S and Ctrl-Z are the things that my readers have asked me the most,
> they will be happy to know about this change.
> Thank you
> El dom., 30 ago. 2020 a las 6:36, Phyllis Smith via Cin (<
> cin at lists.cinelerra-gg.org>) escribió:
>> Hopefully this solves some of the new user complaints -- *Ctrl-s ALSO
>> saves the session as does the original "s" shortc*ut. We can not lose
>> the "s" since too many users already know and use this consistently but
>> since according to the forum, 99% of people use Ctrl-s to save the
>> session. Unfortunately, this means that "Save Settings" under settings has
>> had to change to Ctrl-Shift-S. If you have concerns about this, please let
>> us know -- I am sorry that we find it necessary to ever change anything.
>> Also, we would like to change Ctrl-z to be a undo in addition to the
>> current shortcut "z" -- as this is another major complaint of new users.
>> Same reasoning as above. We have not done this yet as ctrl-z in currently
>> in use in a couple of different ways. If you have objections about this
>> change, now is the time to say so.
>> GIT changes also include:
>> - Igor's last auto bump found error where the effects did not correctly
>> stay put
>> - other auto bump fixes
>> - updated es.po (thanks to RafaMar as he has faithfully been providing
>> for months now)
>> - undo tweaks
>> - *new feature is drag speed highlights; *check this out as I believe it
>> is quite useful because it shows you the change that the speed up/down will
>> make to the timeline while moving and then drops it there when you let up
>> on the mouse
>> - fix to ffmpeg filter parameters for video (to match previous change
>> already done for audio); this allows for usage of f*_minterpolate *(and
>> possibly other ffmpeg plugins that were commented out but I did not have
>> time to test); "yes", it can be cpu intensive like Igor suggested and it
>> does not seek so I *do not know if minterpolate will be useful* anyway
>> but at least it does not crash. In order to get use of this plugin, you
>> will have to "Reload Plugins" which you can do from Preferences.
>> - normalize speed tweaks.
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