On Sunday 06 June 2010 17:53:44 Rui Nuno Capela wrote:
Hold on a second. Let me try walking through this.
We start qjackctl. Does it connect to a jack server at this point? If so,
always or only if jack is currently running.
In cases where it might connect on startup, must it?
Let's say no jack is running and we start qjackctl.
Let's say it doesn't connect to jack at this point.
Could there not be a setup option to indicate what -n indicated now?
Let's say multiple jacks are running and we start qjackctl.
Is it possible to discover that multiple jacks are running?
If so, would it be possible to allow a choice from within the gui as to which
one to connect to?
(I am asking these questions from a position of deep ignorance but having
followed this discussion some and trying to help with any misunderstanding.)
all the best,
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