Started by Relabsoluness, January 25, 2010, 22:03:26
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Quote from: "history.txt"[Imp] <Jojo> If an instrument is not initialized yet, this is done automatically now, so that changes done to the instrument are not lost, although it looks like they are actually applied (f.e. when trying to edit a previously deleted instrument).
Quote from: "history.txt"[Fix] <Jojo> Various fixes to the pattern loop command (E6x), including a crucial FT2 bug: When E60 is used on a pattern row x, the following pattern also starts from row x instead of the beginning of the pattern, unless there was a Dxx or Cxx effect.
QuoteNot sure when the initialization starts -- on song load, instrument creation, play start?
QuoteI thought E6x loops the current pattern.
Quote from: "Jojo"QuoteNot sure when the initialization starts -- on song load, instrument creation, play start? Instruments are initialized whenver a non-existing instrument in the instrument editor is selected - which can only happen if you previously deleted it using the treeview.