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Offline Harbinger

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.53 Keyboard Split off by one (two?)
« on: July 10, 2009, 23:59:38 »
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OpenMPT v1.17.02.53

Has the bug occured in previous versions? If yes, please specify version(s): NOt sure.

Description of the bug: The note at the keyboard split is one note higher than the actual split. So if you set the note to F, the split occurs at D#. It should be set at either E or F (preferably the latter for clarity).

How often does it happen?: Always.


How to reproduce (step by step description): Set the Main instrument to one, and the Split instrument to another. Set the split point to any note, say F5. Enter the notes D5, D#5, E5, F5, and F#5 in a channel. The current instrument (under Main) is applied to D5, but the alternate instrument is applied to notes D#5 and higher.

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.53 Keyboard Split off by one (two?)
« Reply #1 on: July 11, 2009, 11:08:43 »
a bit confusing indeed, this should be fixed
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.53 Keyboard Split off by one (two?)
« Reply #2 on: September 22, 2009, 21:45:06 »
Please confirm that this is fixed in OpenMPT 1.17.03.02. You may set the S=C flag in the first post yourself then, without further comments.
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.53 Keyboard Split off by one (two?)
« Reply #3 on: October 05, 2009, 14:29:01 »
Works perfectly! The given split point is the first note for the main instrument. Every note below that will use the alternate instrument.