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Ardour 2.0 RC2 now available

Ardour v2.0 Release Candidate 2 (RC2) is now available.


  • Change track input connection order to be 1,2 on every track instead of odd tracks using 1,2 and even using 2,1.
  • Fix autoplay.
  • Fix cleanup issue with realpath().
  • Make region opacity work again.
  • Fix several region context menu items that altered region state in various unforeseen ways.
  • Fix "Remove Last Capture".
  • Fix crashing bug when removing regionviews from the selection.
  • Fixes for #1158 and 1554.
  • Correct boundary determination when building region boundary cache.
  • Stop button release from adding an extra automation control point.
  • Prevent click in automation tracks from selecting regions.
  • Prevent copy & paste of sends and inserts. Add "delete" command to the redirect box.
  • Stop transport when MTC stops.
  • Improve behaviour when dragging in rulers.
  • Added the session resampler which now should work for 2.0 sessions and almost work for 0.99 originated session (automation is not handled yet).
  • Stopped the creation on the automation/ directory in new sessions as it's not used anymore.
  • Fix for crash in diskstream due to removed port access.
  • Fix dangling jack_client_t* in JACK_Slave when disconnecting+reconnecting to JACK.
  • Make rubber band select act across all tracks, not the current selection.
  • Fix positioning of certain kinds of xfades.
  • Resurrected the periodic safety backup. defaults to 120 second interval between saves. never lose your work again.
  • Fix mantis bug #1619; de-selecting Options->Crossfades->Show now hides all crossfades, and likewise selecting it shows all crossfades.
  • Update height after changing order to fix mantis bug #1618.
  • Fix update of follow-playhead state to fix mantis bug 1599.
  • Fix for gnome themes that squash the zoom controls.
  • Ardour_system.rc now has the same content as ardour.rc, to allow us to more easily add new variable/parameters when updating a user's configuration.
  • Different name for old-session-format copied file, so that 0.99 can always load it.
  • Fix crash bug caused by removing a region while it was involved in a crossfade.
  • Fix crash bug when loading/creating a new session if control protocols had been used in a previous one.
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