LMMS 1.2.0-RC5 is out!

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LMMS 1.2.0-RC5 is out!

This is the fifth release candidate for the next stable release and comes with many bug fixes, namely a new memory manager which should increase performance. Users on previous release candidates are strongly recommended to upgrade.

Also, for the first time ever, Linux users can immediately use this version, as we now offer an AppImage download.

Download here:
https://lmms.io/download/ (scroll to "Beta Versions")

Report bugs here:
Hi there ! Im a little lost and confused. I have downloaded last month
the stable version for WINDOWS 10 (64 bits), the 1.1.3...there are few
bugs here and there.Shall i change for 1.2.0 RC5 ???
@Tellu You should change to the latest beta, which now is named lmms-1.2.0-rc7.
If you wait a couple of days you will be able to download rc8 which will be the final beta before the next stable version of lmms.
That's what i meant by "confused"...Beta version is somethin' on which
developers still develop...I just need a simple and stable version :-)
Tellu wrote:
Thu Feb 14, 2019 3:25 am
ya.. Its a long story, but cut short: Current best version of LMMS is RC7
If you already did install 1.1.3, you need to clean that away:

*Back-up your own stuff
*Un-install current 1.1.3 installation
*(re)move the config dot-file
https://lmms.io/wiki/index.php?title=LM ... h_Settings
*download a fresh new installation-pack either x32 or x64 of
LMMS 1.2.0 RC7 Orange buttons!
*re-install as administrator and grant all users access

Besides that, since you are new in Forum
Welcome Tellu !
Here are all important links:
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Thank you for answering and for all the details....Couldn't
answer before (password login' matter)...Well i've downloaded
the beta version you've recommanded...by chance only on
my computer "tower"...there are some facilities in this version
but i barely see....it's much much too dark for my eyes. So i'll
keep the old version in my laptop,for live sessions sake
Tellu wrote:
Tue Feb 19, 2019 3:48 am
but i barely see....it's much much too dark for my eyes. So i'll
keep the old version in my laptop,for live sessions sake
In the latest pre-release versions there appears to be a new default theme.
But in the settings you should be able to select the classic theme, which is much easier for me to use.
Very nice! I just downloaded it to my linux mint 18. Before I used to have the old 1.1.3 version which is much more different.
This one ( I mean, the RC8 now) has some things that I was missing from the old one, but there are two things that I havent found out yet:
-How to change to the old "brighter" theme, or it doesnt have to be the old one, but not dark as it is now by default. (I know you mention the possibility of changing that in settings, but there is no option for that, I have search it and nothing).
-I downloaded the appimage, which is the way to install it I guess. That has been really easy to do, the problem is, now I don't see the program between my other programs, and if I type lmms in terminal, it says "The program 'lmms' is currently not installed. You can install it by typing: sudo apt install lmms"
So, how do I make it to have this version but installed and recognized by my computer as a program?? maybe because I didnt reinstall as an administrator.. but how do I do that?


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