n-Track Studio for Mac v1.0.1
n-Track Software has updated the Mac version of n-Track Studio to version 1.0.1 (Build 2800).
Changes since v1.0 (Build 2774):
- Improved stability in docking and undocking of windows [Bug Fix].
- Fixed rare crash when first starting the program and the default system default audio device is multichannel [Bug Fix].
- Alt+Spacebar shortcut to reverse playback direction [New Feature].
- Improvements how windows are docked and undocked [Improvement].
- Fixed nVocal effect not appearing on OSX 10.5 [Bug Fix].
- Fixed rare case where n-Track nVocal plugin would produce noise or output not matching the selected preset / parameters [Bug Fix].
- Fixed clicking on a track's minimize button when another track is selected minimized selected track, not track where you clicked on [Bug Fix].
- Fixed track minimize button not correctly highlighting when tracks are minimized [Bug Fix].
- Fixed last selected menu item remaining highlighted after closing any popup dialog box [Bug Fix].
- Fixed compatibility problems with OS X 10.7 Lion.
- Support for new OS X 10.7 Lion full-screen mode.
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