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NashNET has announced the availability of version 1.1.1 of reViSiT Pro, which introduces user-configurable keyboard shortcuts.


Built on a new keyboard handler, a flexible configuration interface now permits you to view, add, edit and delete key assignments, and diagnose and solve any key clashes, according to nashNET. Supposedly this allows you to tailor reViSiT to both your host and your work processes.

Other updates include:
  • A new reViSiT font, together with an option to vary Pattern Font Width (improving the appearance and usability of a wide range of system fonts).
  • Improved Vista support.
  • Improved playback in standalone VST hosts (e.g. VSTHost and SAVIHost).
  • Support for 32-bit samples.
  • The ability to tie MIDI channels to tracker channels to with mapped MIDI mode.
  • Clipboard paste support for text boxes, contributing to an improved activation process.

You can still download reViSiT Pro for free as part of the reViSiT Experiment.
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