Fixed a Windows-only memory leak associated with the MP3 file
reader; some memory was not being freed when finished with using
an MP3 file. This problem only occurred on Windows and did not
require a new Macintosh release.
12 March 2001 - release 2.1
Fixed some problems with multiple sound card support (intermittent lost
audio, improved synchronization, optimized performance)
Updated help with new keyboard shortcuts, developers' info.
Upgraded to XAudio SDK 3.2.8c
When song finishes, tonearm stays at end of record and platter continues
fix operation of 'back' button on exit screen
assembled open-source SDKs
set up CVS source control on SourceForge
distributed with external casts and Xtras to make patching easier
24 December 2000 - release 2.1, beta 1
New features and bug fixes:
Windows: support for multiple sound cards. This support is still
being tested and optimized and might not be well synchronized
on particular combinations of sound cards.
Windows: switch output to mono if only one card is being used
added options dialog on Windows
added scroll thumb to playlist dialog
additional key shortcuts added
Mac version no longer checks for ".m3u" file extension
Mac version no longer processes key events when in the background
registration and expiration code removed
sound plugin converted from C to C++
1 November 1999 (v2.0) - this production
release adds the following features:
pitch bend buttons and key shortcuts
cue point buttons and key shortcuts
Windows InstallShield installer
import and export of .m3u playlists
support for multiple-selection in playlist dialog
It also fixes the following bugs, plus some other minor ones:
On Windows, the playback time for AIFF files was computed incorrectly
On Windows, it was possible to rewind a track beyond its beginning
and resulting in both audio and graphics glitches.
Full song info displayed in playlist dialog (if available)
keyboard input on the Mac was unresponsive
crash when using autoMix with AIFF fileson Windows
using ctrl-. (period) on Windows exits the application; changed
key shortcut for increasing the pitch of the right turntable to
alert for invalid file formats would generate a system sound;
changed this warning to a "silent" alert.
6 September 1999 (b42) - changes
the expiration system to a sixty-day time limit, instead of expiring
on a fixed date. Other bug fixes are very minor.