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Just been researching this, there is no easy way to obtain unique key-codes for the left/right modifier keys on OSX.  The difficult way is to create a new HID manager for the keyboard device, and setup a callback to handle input events; which sounds a lot easier than it is!

Some references for anyone feeling brave:

Introduction to Working With HID Class Device Interfaces
New HID Manager APIs for Mac OS X version 10.5
Virtual Awesome's HID manager interface

MilkyTracker Bug Reports / Re: Responsiveness problem
« on: November 04, 2011, 20:21:21 »
Just tested this module on the Windows port of 0.90.85, no indications of any problems.

MilkyTracker Support / Re: Single Cycle Waveform, how?
« on: April 28, 2011, 19:56:15 »
I think that the topic "Detailed explanation of sample sizes to use for hand-drawn instruments." linked in the Documentation sticky might answer your question.

From looking at the source code, this bug appears to affect all ports of Milkytracker.  I'm surprised that it hasn't been noticed earlier.

Yes, I think there's a command line tool named 'aconnect' which allows you to route midi devices to Milkytracker.


I'm not quite sure I have understood your report, it's left me a little confused ;)

Anyway, for Midi support Milkytracker uses a 3rd-party library called RTMidi - this has nothing to do with Jack or the audio driver.

For audio, there are 4 drivers for Linux iirc:
RTAudio - a closely related cousin to RTMidi, but it provides cross-platform audio support

So selecting Jack as the audio driver should make no difference to Milkytracker's Midi functionality, as it is entirely separate.


I don't know what name the Jack audio driver has on your distribution, but libjack0 seems a likely candidate (perhaps it's version 0.xx).

MilkyPlay / Re: Having trouble building from source on Mac.
« on: December 31, 2010, 00:18:07 »
Just to clarify: There is a PocketPC application called 'MilkyPlay' (which this sub-forum refers to).  The player code within Milkytracker is also called milkyplay, just to confuse ;)

The configure scripts are for building the SDL version of Milkytracker on Posix-compatible platforms.  The native OSX build of Milkytracker does not use these; instead the XCode project files in the 'platforms/osx' directory are used.

MilkyTracker Support / Re: BSD Licensed player?
« on: December 26, 2010, 01:02:42 »
The replayer code (Milkyplay) is BSD licensed; it is part of the Milkytracker source code, which can be obtained from the downloads page.

MilkyTracker Support / Re: additional keyboard-shortcuts / speed up
« on: December 19, 2010, 14:55:22 »
These keyboard shortcuts are now added to Milkytracker, and will be available in the next release.

MilkyTracker Support / Re: Android port
« on: December 19, 2010, 02:11:41 »
Nice.. Just tested it on my Android phone, it runs well (although it won't recover from a task switch).  I wonder how this compares to the Android port from February this year?  I couldn't find the binary/apk for that but the source code is in the SVN repository.

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