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Zynewave has updated Podium to v2.13.


Changes:
  • Online help for menus can be accessed by pressing Shift+F1 when the mouse is over a menu button.
  • Renamed browser window to project window.
  • Changed the frame of project windows to a normal frame with minimize/maximize buttons.
  • All project windows now stay behind all other types of windows. This makes it possible to maximize a project window on a second monitor, and have any plugin and editor windows stay on top when clicking/editing in the project window.
  • Pressing Ctrl+A will select all the text in the stickie note window edit field.
  • Removed the outdated “browser project overlay image file” option from the project properties dialog.
  • Updated editor screenshots in the guide.
  • Fix: Using the “Peak Scale (0 dB)” RMS meter scale option would crash if RMS meters were enabled on the track headers.
  • Fix: Minimizing/restoring the Podium application would not correctly restore the minimize/maximize state of each project window.
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