Commit 9839d21a authored by Roman Haefeli's avatar Roman Haefeli
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minor fixes in help

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#X restore 20 129 pd note.manipulation;
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#X text 17 15 unpunch - a configurable matrix sequencer;
#X text 17 31 -----------------------------------------;
#X text 18 224 The way it uses Pd's data structures comes with a few
quirks and not all graphic scalars are protected from accidental movement.
However \, the correct view can be restored at any time.;
#X text 18 288 The sequencer doesn't run its own clock \, but is meant
to be driven by an external clock in order to integrate it more easily
in already existing systems with their own master clock. This help
contains an example for a very simple clock.;
#X text 18 364 Report any bugs and feature request to the respective
github project.;
#X text 17 55 [unpunch] is a sequencer that allows to graphically edit
MIDI-like scores on a timeline \, a.k.a piano roll sequencer. Notes
can be created and deletec \, velocity and duration can be changed
with mouse actions. Additionally \, notes can be organized in groups
and operations like cloning \, pitch- or time-shifting can be applied
to groups. [unpunch] has a configurable interface to make it suitable
for various time signatures and display resolutions. The complete state
can be dumped for later restoration and it integrates well in existing
state saving systems. It is designed for real-time synchronisation
(if needed) and can also be used in systems like netpd.;
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#X text 15 11 Display;
#X text 15 21 -------;
......@@ -625,7 +602,7 @@ is an alternative way to edit notes. The grey bar above each default
value can be toggled between red and grey. If red \, the default value
is applied immediately when clicking a note.;
#X text 14 430 NOTE: In order to allow real-time state synchronisation
\, manual edits only trigger messages to the left outlet \, but do
\, manual edits only generate messages to the left outlet \, but do
not actually perform the actions. For the messages to have an effect
\, loop back left outlet to left inlet.;
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#X text 42 15 load song;
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#X text 17 15 unpunch - a configurable matrix sequencer;
#X text 17 31 -----------------------------------------;
#X text 18 224 The way it uses Pd's data structures comes with a few
quirks and not all graphic scalars are protected from accidental movement.
However \, the correct view can be restored at any time.;
#X text 18 288 The sequencer doesn't run its own clock \, but is meant
to be driven by an external clock in order to integrate it more easily
in already existing systems with their own master clock. This help
contains an example for a very simple clock.;
#X text 18 364 Report any bugs and feature request to the respective
github project.;
#X text 17 55 [unpunch] is a sequencer that allows to graphically edit
MIDI-like scores on a timeline \, a.k.a piano roll sequencer. Notes
can be created and deletec \, velocity and duration can be changed
with mouse actions. Additionally \, notes can be organized in groups
and operations like cloning \, pitch- or time-shifting can be applied
to groups. [unpunch] has a configurable interface to make it suitable
for various time signatures and display resolutions. The complete state
can be dumped for later restoration and it integrates well in existing
state saving systems. It is designed for real-time synchronisation
(if needed) and can also be used in systems like netpd.;
#X restore 20 39 pd about;
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