musikbear wrote:
Fri Apr 19, 2019 10:46 am
...Account removed!
That's the spirit!
Who is a bot?
Moses Wani wrote:
Fri Apr 19, 2019 5:14 pm
Latest lmms version
I used synaptic to install both.
OK. The lmms versin in Ubuntu 16.04 is 1.1.3 . Please try the latest AppImage and see if that fixes your issue.

Just download the file, make it executable, and run.
Moses Wani wrote:
Fri Apr 19, 2019 3:46 pm
Now after having installed the latest lmms and vestige failed to appear in lmms.
Ubuntu 16.04 is a bit dated. Which version of wine are you using? Which version of lmms are you using?
If you are not on the latest lmms-1.2 beta version I strongly recommend that you try the latest AppImage.
musikbear wrote:
Tue Apr 09, 2019 2:55 pm
drownthepoor wrote:
Mon Apr 08, 2019 9:44 am
Is it possible to achieve Carla inside of the Appimage?
I hope some one like Gps or zonkmashine chimes in..
@drownthepoor Yes it should be dooable. You need to install Carla separately but the AppImage should find it.
Instead, I wanted to know if there was a keyboard shortcut that allows automatic adjustment, because sometimes you make mistakes when you play manually. And rather than handing everything over, an automatic adjustment would be welcome. <Shift> + Left/Right arrows will adjust the notes, all or just ...
I think what you're having trouble with is the Piano-Roll quantization. The big Q to the left in the menu row above the Piano-Roll is the quantization setting. Set this to the minimum value, 1/192.

What version of lmms are you using?
Some soundfonts don't have a patch in the first position and you'll have to scroll a bit to find it. We'll improve that in the future so you won't have to search manually for the first non-empty patch but for now you do. It that's the issue that is.
Since 1.2.0 is beta, do you know in which ways it is unstable? It isn't unstable but I don't think you can compare them that easily because we would use lmms in different ways on different machines and would be hit by somewhat different bugs. The general view is that 1.2.0 in beta is more stable th...
I honed my sklll on spam detetection being a moderator on the linuxmint forum. You just need to catch a lot of them to get to see the patterns. In this case it was the first post from a new user being a bit odd, sounding like he's an lmms developer, so I did a search for a part of the post (within q...