Quote from: Saga Musix on Yesterday at 16:53:02For the MPTM format, I'd rather try to start fresh at some point and try to avoid this problem from existing in the first place. If it's physically impossible to enter a conflicting effect combination, e.g. because different effects must go into different columns (like in Renoise), this helps both the users and maintainers of playback code because the question of how conflicting effects should be dealt with doesn't even arise.I like that option immensely... the way I picture it being handled is the first column is a master column and works exactly like the effect column we already have, but anything put into the second column is a slave to the first and if it conflicts with the first column people can put it in - it will be highlighted in a bright red background with black text and will not save if you save the file. That way you only have to check the second column for conflicts with the first if someone puts anything in it and it basically flat out refuses to even process conflicting commands put into it.
Quote from: PRAYTHEPO on January 24, 2023, 17:58:02Yes, differencies make things unique, but unique is not equal to good. Why am I so toxic and drop this words here? Cuz everyone can and must criticize things to influence their development, no matter what it is: software, hardware, music, movies etc.Criticism absolutely doesn't need to be toxic. The equivalent of your initial post here is being invited to someone's house for dinner, and shitting on the table because there was too much salt in the food, instead of politely telling them the fact that there was too much salt (which may in fact just be a matter of taste). Don't expect to be invited to that person's house again.
Quote from: PRAYTHEPO on January 24, 2023, 17:58:02Yes, not every tracker needs to please everyone's taste, but there isLOL. As if.
Also, as you didnt say anything about UI and overall instrument/sample operations, that means that i am right.
Quote from: PRAYTHEPO on January 24, 2023, 17:58:02This post was the only reason to register here. I know how much effort and how much hours are spent to develop this software, but sometimes we need to accept our mistakes.I'll stand by the fact that everyonething you mentioned so far is entirely up to taste and not a mistake. If you are incapable of presenting your arguments without throwing curse words around, the indeed there is no point in having this discussion, and I will kindly ask you to leave. If, on the other hand, you have concrete changes you want to see, and you are able to present them in a concise manner without vitriol, you are welcome to put them on our issue tracker.