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What's new and/or fixed in
version 0.74b ========================================
New "Refiner tool" interface. With easy on-screen editing and
a clear view at all screen sizes from 1024x768 up. Easy synchronized
Continued improvement of the "Refiner tool".
We added the option to change channels. A number of interpretation mistakes
are fixed. Added true checksum calculation for reliable reporting of
changes. Much improved "Undo"
Support for old type mouses (mode setting)
for the "Refiner tool" is discontinued. You now explicitly need a mouse
with scroll wheel to use
We added a "File finder" tool to the
filemanager. Great to search for files if you only loosely know their name.
Right-click on the tab label when you're at the filemanager tab and it will
Playlist position and "List Play" state is
now also saved and restored when you save a playlist from the "Toolbar"
save option. Previously only when you saved a playlist at MRC
Expanded the out-of-range checking from solo
strings to all orchestral instruments. You can increase the "tolerance"
level at the preferences tab if you get to much warnings. Ranges are user
definable for all 128 GM instruments.
Improved the "small spread
velocity" range detection in the "Remix and Cleanup"
Added reporting of static pitchwheel events
removal). Expanded the storage of the MRC user
interface state. Now paths, cursor positions and selected tab will all be
saved and restored when you open
We changed the storage of "graph" files. They
are now stored in a binary format which contains much more useful data. The
former RTF graphs you saw when you used the "Refine" option now are created
on the fly from this binary "graph"
files. Bug fixed in "midifile info" option which
caused a crash when lines were longer then 254 characters. This now is
reported and the line is truncated (like most sequencer programs
do). Note: Some sequencer or notation programs store their "non-standard"
text data format in "standard" midi files of which they should realize they
have to be interpreted by many other midi
Bug fixed in "Remix and Cleanup" engine which
occasionally caused unwanted removal of
We want to rework the "Refiner tool" so you
can "Refine" any midi file that is still in the "Work space". Up till now
you can only refine the last processed midi
We want to optimize the "remix and cleanup"
engine (mrcwen.dll) to get it ready for future expansion and better