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Cockos has updated REAPER to version 3.74.

 

Changes:

  • VST:
    • More handling for VST plug-ins that resize themselves.
    • Fixed window sizing bug causing some FX to open in a too-small window.
  • Actions: fixed loop length halve/double actions.
  • API: fixed support for modifying very short items via certain API functions.
  • Master track: channel count now reset on new project, able to save in project defaults.
  • MIDI editor bank/program select: don’t sort program banks alphabetically.
  • MIDI recording: prevent dropped notes in MIDI replace record mode.
  • Mixer: fx parameter scroll button positioning fixes.
  • Nudge/set: fixed bug when duplicating grouped items.
  • OSX: Better performance when updating arrange view while bringing media online.
  • Project templates: default project template is now stored with relative path in .ini (for config import/export, portable installs).
  • ReaControlMIDI: fixed manual text entry of pitch and pan values.
  • Stability: various small potential memory corruption fixes (thanks, nitpicker.).
  • Track locking: fixed unlocking of track not adding undo state.
  • WINE support: properly detect newer versions of WINE.
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