sirocyl wrote:If we kept on doing everything The Hard Way™, we'd all still be fucking with hex editors.
Learn a scripting language. Do a batch job.
Do not judge whether any
feature must turn out to be beneficial or detrimental for the majority of FamiTracker users. You are not in a position to access how much automation FamiTracker requires; for if every automation is such that it does make it less necessary for users to learn how to use a tracker, copying and pasting would not exist because it can be automated with manually overwriting the notes, and step settings would not exist because one could achieve the same with single-row movements. jsr merely incorporates abstractions of existing practices deemed suitable into FamiTracker, as do I into 0CC-FT; saying that adding any
automation hampers one's probability or ability of willingness to learn to use FamiTracker well is an absolute insult to everyone who can perform that automation. It is like saying that adding the MIDI import functionality necessarily makes jsr incapable of production within FamiTracker.
If I need to start an argument over what posts in this subforum are "useful" or "constructive", I could go on and say that only the OP and the replies consisting of code contain substance, and virtually all other replies are no more useful than the feature they have tried so hard persuading the author to not look for the canonical solution. (Whether jsr implements these features in lieu of
certain others is another issue.)
Cut that out.
@jrlepage: It probably does not have any to do with DPCM resampling; from my understanding it only creates new assignments for the rest of the pitches assuming the chromatic scale of the notes and the DPCM pitch values.
@Dr. Merio: The settings of the designated DPCM sample should apply to other assignments. I will come up with something. If anyone knows to use Ctrl+Z (at least one person here is not acquited to it), they should be fully aware that what they do can and will overwrite existing data; there is no undoing for instruments.