@Christoph-Hart Surely, this is something we'll have to face. Better sooner rather than later.
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RE: Copy+Paste Elements from one HISE instance to another
@d-healey Thanks. I will try the J thing.
This sounds like a good candidate for one of your "quick tips" videos on Patreon
I hope that @Christoph-Hart will implement a straight forward solution for just selecting elements, copy+paste.
Copy+Paste Elements from one HISE instance to another
I feel that we are missing an essential, critical and badly needed function: to copy elements (buttons, panels, sliders...) of a HISE project/instrument to another HISE project.
I know that you can select several elements within GUI and duplicate them with CTRL+D and that we can copy certain modules to clipboard and paste from there. However, as far as I can tell, there is no way to copy and paste a collection of buttons, sliders, panels from one project to another.
Currently, if I want to add certain elements from one project onto another one, they need to be manually re-created, which can take hours or longer. This could be done within moments with copy+paste.
Can you please implement this?
RE: VST export failed
@dustbro Double check that you actually have the file in there. If you do, try to specify the absolute location. If that doesn't work, just comment out that part of the code in the juce_vst3headers.h and see what happens.
I had to comment out about 3 various lines of code that we giving errors and was able to compile after that. Give it shot and let us know how you go.
RE: VST export failed
While I was able to successfully compile my plugin on PC every time, on Mac, I am getting the following error:
No member named 'MidiFiles' in 'hise::FileHandlerBase'
Not sure where this is coming from since I am not using any midi files within my project.
The line in question is this inside plugin.cpp file:
DEFINE_EMBEDDED_DATA(hise::FileHandlerBase::MidiFiles, PresetData::midiFiles, PresetData::midiFilesSize);
@Christoph-Hart Can you tell what is going on here?
Unable to compile HISE vst on Mac
how are you going with compiling of the latest HISE on Mac?
I have been trying to compile VST3 with no success.
For some strange reason, I keep getting an error that a particular file can not be found, even though it is definitely there.
File in question is:
If I remove the line of code that requires (#include) that file, then I get an error with the next line of #include that specifies another file.
What's going on here? Why can't it see the files that are clearly there? Something to do with file permissions?
RE: HISE or plugin MIDI output/ pass through for stacking instruments
Nevermind. It seems that you can route midi to another VSTi using the send feature of a midi track.