Still Windows-only, but lots of internal work done to enable building/running in OS-X. The first public OS-X build hopefully can happen during the next week…
edit : For first time users or in the unfortunate case the ini-file had to be deleted, there appears to be an unintended thing that the fragment
scripting is turned on and it contains a program that prevents the fragments transposition from working and instead keeps the transposition at -6 semitones.
The transposition knob can be made to work by turning off the fragment scripting from View->Fragment scripting and unchecking the checkbox Enable scripted fragments.
This will be fixed for the next release. There are not yet enough significant other changes to warrant releasing a fix that only deals with this issue.
-MIDI input handling changed to use the RTMidi library in order to facilitate OS-X development. This might have some consequences for the Windows build too, but I haven’t yet tested extensively. You might need to set again the MIDI device you want to use in the remote controls window. Please do report any problems when using MIDI remote control.
-When recording live output, the status overlay display isn’t triggered to show. I will come up with something else to show some info about the recording status later.
-Fragment script program autocompilation now has a user settable delay before the compilation after typing has ended
-Fragment scripting uses new Cockos Eel2 engine. This hasn’t been extensively tested, but basic usage seems to work.
-The sound peaks display has a minimum heigth, so it should show itself more prominently and the remote controls manager window is hidden when HourGlass is started for the first time when no previous settings yet exist
-Fix for potential crash/corruption when new DSP inserts are added in the mixer slots (probably only affects the yet-to-be-released OS-X build, but just in case I mention this for Windows too)