On 03/26/2012 06:21 PM, Louigi Verona wrote:
You are able to start the client via the Non Session Manager GUI. If you
need to add arguments to the client, you can do this via a script using
the exec command. Liles is going to write a proxy app to make this more
easy. With the client jackpatch you can make the connections. You have
to manually save the clients who doesn't support NSM in this situation.
Iirc this is also possible with JackSession, but it's not implemented in
Qjackctl and I'm not sure how this works at the end. At least in NSM it
seems to be more easy, with a nicer workflow.
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