@ustk yeah it has to resolve two things (the object t and the function getIntValue) vs. one (only the object, the math function is resolved at compile time.
But this performance difference is neglible - in UI contexts there are much slower things and if you are using anything string related in an audio processing context you have to sit back and evaluate life decisions that lead you into this situation of misery anyway.
Also Math.round still returns a float number IIRC while getIntValue makes sure that the var instance uses the integer data slot internally.
I use Sublime for Hise code search and mods, and to open, scroll and pick up code from sandbox projects.
However I don't use external editor for the project itself and do everything inside Hise.
The reason is that in the past when having files opened in both Hise and external editor, if you accidentally recompile Hise it overwrites your changes in the external editor (since the files are saving on recompile)
This was before the new Hise script editor anyway so no need anymore
Hise editor is now super powerful (minus just a few minor bugs). Having the double click on the API list to insert back would be awesome.
The Sample Rate is taking a numeric value between 0.5 and 0.65 for it to function properly. 0.5 is the minimum = 44100Hz. You cannot use the frequency mode on the sliders for this. Same for the PostFilter while this one takes values between 0 and 1.0, using a Frequency Slider results in a Crash of Hise.