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Hopefully Sahemera will spot this and fix the .png for us!

MilkyTracker Bug Reports / Re: Oktalizer bugs
« on: August 20, 2015, 19:53:25 »
The reversed portamento effects have been fixed in commit 851c23.

Commit ed621a should fix this.

MilkyTracker Bug Reports / Re: Emulating F00, the correct way
« on: July 27, 2015, 22:12:24 »
MilkyTracker's ticker counts upwards unfortunately, I tried setting it to -65535 but the effect commands stop working.

MilkyTracker Bug Reports / Re: Emulating F00, the correct way
« on: July 27, 2015, 21:10:58 »
It seems quite easy to make F00 stop the song playback but allow instrument envelopes to continue; however it's more difficult to make the effect commands keep running (I'm not sure what FT2 does in this situation, I couldn't get it running in DosBox to check).

MilkyTracker Bug Reports / Re: Oktalizer bugs
« on: July 27, 2015, 21:08:13 »
I'm not sure why the portamento commands are reversed, according to okt-form.txt they are correct - perhaps that document is wrong?

Regarding the arpeggio and other commands; MilkyPlay does interpret them (the player library that MilkyTracker uses), but they are removed when converted into the XM format for MilkyTracker.

The best way to improve MilkyTracker's handling of Oktalizer mods would be to decide which XM effects should be substituted for the various Oktalizer effect codes - if you want to try editing the code yourself, have a look at ExporterXM.cpp and submit a patch :)

This bug isn't present in 0.90.86, presumably fixed.

MilkyTracker Bug Reports / Re: Crash when loading .s3m
« on: July 24, 2015, 11:35:19 »

MilkyTracker Bug Reports / Re: ASIO4ALL driver not showing up
« on: July 23, 2015, 18:17:35 »
This was due to some incompatibility between RtAudio and gcc on Windows - it won't be an issue on the next release.

This is probably the same issue as this, which has now been fixed.

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