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i must confess : i'm also using jack session :-)
however, i'm happy to switch to whatever other manager if that one covers
the jacksession functionality
guess i really have to give it a try then
> On 05/15/2013 11:12 PM, David Santamauro wrote:
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i must confess : i'm also using jack session :-)however, i'm happy to switch to whatever other manager if that one=
covers the jacksession functionalityguess i really have t=
o give it a try then
On 05/15/2013 11:12 PM, Da=
vid Santamauro wrote:
On 05/15/2013 02:41 PM, Dan wrote:
To my knowledge (from direct IRC interaction with e.g. torben hohn)
very little interest by the original jack-session devs to continue,
and fix it.
Just from reading LAD I did not realize that. Is this (de-facto)
deprecation documented anywhere?
Very good question. Where are the tides swelling?
Are you saying that you guys are plain (outside Ladish) Jack-Session users?=
I don't think this will get announced officially, Jack-Session is out t=
here, do with it what you want, but don't expect heavily development on=
it like you see with NSM.
By the way, I used Laborejo in NSM today and it used the 'optional GUI&=
#39; functionality in the NSM protocol. This is just great! I was thinking =
a few days ago 'all those small apps on your desktop is an disadvantage=
of one-task-one-tool. You can hide plugin.'
But this hide/show GUI option seems to solve just that!
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