Last post by jazzthieve -
I think you have some things confused. Live edit is a default ui feature and has nothing to do with Columns UI. That's not how you place panels using Columns UI. Spectrum analyzer is indeed a columns UI visualization panel. I'm not familiar with default UI but a quick test using default ui and layout editing mode using "add new ui element" and selecting any of the available playback visualization simply places the panel without issue. Available visualizations are oscilloscpe, peak meter, spectogram, vu meter and spectrum.
You don't need Columns UI. Make sure under Preferences - Display you have User interface module set to Default User Interface. Then simply add your UI element in live edit mode.
Last post by ssjkakaroto -
For some reason the sticky thread is locked, that's why I'm posting here.
Just downloaded Cuetools 2.1.7, extracted to a new directory and deleted the user_profiles_enabled file. When I run Cuetools and go to the Formats options, the decoder dropdown menu is blank and the only encoder available is flake. When I tried to convert a single file flac to multiple tracks, I got and error saying that the encoder exited with code 1. Is this expected?
Last post by Hugg Niceman -
I'm having an issue with Columns UI that I have not previously encountered. I recently installed foobar on a new laptop and put in Columns UI, then when trying to use the Live Edit feature, the only visualization I get is the spectrum analyzer. I have access to the spectrogram, oscilloscope, etc through the view menu, but it brings it up in its own window and I can't seem to find a way to dock it to the UI or make those visualizations available when using the live editing feature. I have gotten those visualizations into the UI using the Default UI but I would much prefer to use Columns UI. Any help would be much appreciated.
A location in space can be described with three dimensions, and space/time (in certain circumstances) 4 dimensions. However, the number of dimensions for a sound pressure measurement is scalar pressure + time. One can mix multiple pressure measurements (along with other intelligence in the data -- incl spatial location of the measurements), then allow the sound to help describe the environment (including the source locations.) This description of the environment is what sonar does (and how the brain calculates the spatial relationships.)
Last post by Hugg Niceman -
I am running the newest version of fb2k with Columns UI installed. I am trying to use the Live Edit feature to allow me to place the visualizations on there like I had previously, but only the spectrum analyzer is available. I have them all available via the view menu, but that only brings up the visualization in its own window and I can't see a way to dock that into the actual UI. Any help would be much appreciated.