admin: First posted on 2011 04 07
mic, 2011 04 07: The following were bugs in Orinj version 2.1.0, which were corrected with Orinj version 2.1.1. Orinj version 2.1.1 was posted on 2009 07 21.
- Orinj crashed if you opened a session in which one of the waves had the wrong format, which could happen if the wave was modified outside of the session with some other music recording or music editing software.
- Orinj keeps track of wave files that have been used with certain MIDI files. Upon reopening of the MIDI file, Orinj also attempted to open the corresponding wave file, but failed if all user work was in the MIDI roll view and there is no open session.
- Prompting to save a MIDI file on exit used "Yes", "No", and "Cancel". The "Cancel" button was not useful as the application exited anyway.
- The wrong application title was placed at the top when opening recent MIDI files ("Orinj" was missing from the title).
- There were two menu items under the Track menu in the multitrack view that carried the same mnemonic 'I'. This means that the second one cannot be invoked with keyboard strokes only.
- Preferences should have been stored in the system user directory, but they were stored one directory up. This bug did not affect the operation of Orinj.
- This bug came from improper initialization of undo information and caused changes in the volume, pan, and dry and wet mix dialogs in the multitrack recorder and in the loop builder view to sometimes be lost.