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Cockos Updates Reaper to 3.73

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General Sequencer from Cockos belonging to the Reaper series.

Cockos has updated Reaper to version 3.73

The following changes are included:

 



  • AU:
    • fixed some AUs going blank when floating/unfloating the window (thanks, Camel Audio)
    • avoid opening bridges to scan for plug-ins (keep cached copy -- hit F5 in fx browser to force rescan)
  • Envelopes:
    • fixed editing of first envelope point
    • when hiding pre-fx volume/pan envelopes, values are no longer applied to main volume/pan
  • Mixer:
    • fixed positioning when adding first visible track icon or removing last icon
    • fixed resize of hidden extended mixer components with track icon visible
  • Theming:
    • Drag and drop of .ReaperThemeZip (or .zip with theme files) files to REAPER's arrange now installs the theme
    • fixed stretch configuration for some theme button images
  • API: added GetCurrentProjectInLoadSave() for context when loading project-specific extension state
  • Batch file converter: fixed dropping files on OSX
  • Configuration import/export: preliminary support for importing/exporting .ReaperConfigZip, accessible via action or preferences/general
  • Items: show take numbers for items without take names
  • MIDI editor: fixed marquee including too many items when zoomed very far in
  • Ripple editing: fixed ripple on first track when pasting/inserting multiple items
  • SMPTE LTC sync: leave framerate blank to use project framerate setting (default for new projects)
  • Tooltips: fixed a bug that would cause some pan envelope tooltips to display incorrectly
  • Update arrange view periodically while bringing media online: Update arrange view periodically while bringing media online



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