NEW RELEASE: THE 2017-02-25 BUILD
Another year, another build. Head over to the AV site to download it: https://arrowvortex.ddrnl.com/
Benjaboyy wrote:Maybe for a update: A way to pin the menu's so when restarting the app you don't have to place them again
Added. Dialogs can now be pinned. AV will save the position and size of pinned dialogs in the settings and reopen them the next time AV is started.
Daikyi wrote:Something I noticed, when you change something from a hold->roll and vice versa, the text says the conversion happened in the wrong way (when going from holds to rolls, it says converted from rolls to hold)
Fixed. The hold/roll text is now the right way around.
Kinx wrote:is there a way for you to implement a "select all of type" feature that allows me to choose all 32nds, 48ths, 16ths, etc?
Added. You can now use the option (Notes > Select > Quantization).
Kinx wrote:also, i like the fact that there's an estimated difficulty rating on here, but it'd be even better with the ability to choose an NPS option in this feature for those, like me, who base ratings off of it.
Added. The chart dialog now shows NPS information.
CND9 wrote:Someone on the previous page mentioned it but I second the request for more fully featured SSC support. The lack of split timing is killing me because I don't want a freestyle chart to be inundated with all the stops and wacky warps of another chart I wrote.
Added. Both split timing and SM5 segments are now supported. AV does not yet have an interface to add/remove split timing from charts, but simfiles with split timing shoud now be loaded/saved correctly, and all tempo editing operations will target the correct song/step timing.
Jerros wrote:I've said it in a chat somewhere, but just to make sure: when opening a .ssc file and then saving (ctrl-s), it will overwrite a .sm file of the same name in the same folder rather than overwriting the opened .ssc file.
Fixed. AV now prioritizes the load format over the default format when saving.
Jerros wrote:Also to "officially" request it: the function to export a chart as a lua table.
Added. You can now export the current chart as a lua table (which is written to the log) by pressing ctrl + shift + e.
Jerros wrote:Last and definitely least, the graphics of AV fail when used with older computers and older windows version (Windows 7/Vista). Text becomes unreadable black/red lines (any and all text in the editor; from BPM to beat number) and loaded background/banners will appear as grey boxes.
Fixed. I've already debugged this with the help of Jerros but I'll outline the problem for the sake of other people with graphic issues. The text rendering issues appeared on systems with lack of OpenGL shader support. The BG/Banner issues appeared on systems with lack of NPOT texture support. Both should be fixed now, but if you still experience graphical issues, check the AV log and let me know if errors show up.