That said, the whole MIDI editor in Reaper is coded as a C++ extension (like SWS), so you can always go this route...
There's exactly a color mode to colorize by pitches? Or did you mean something else?
That's what everybody tells you, but it isn't true (it's the same as with Waveform or Cakewalk), as I now have realized.
As I said, if it were OS, I'd actually already loaded up the MIDI editor's sources out of frustration. But it isn't big enough to code the editor from scratch
I don't want to color the notes, but the background rows of the MIDI editor. Not possible, you can only colorize the piano's keys (that's what Reaper already does per default, now I also know why .
How is it "the same"? Scripting in Reaper is far and above of what's offered in WF or CW.
Yes, that's actually true when talking about the capabilities of the macros, but they all rest 'better' macros, you can't change the program itself or the internal data representation, you always rest at the surface.EvilDragon wrote: ↑Fri Jan 22, 2021 3:41 amHow is it "the same"? Scripting in Reaper is far and above of what's offered in WF or CW.
Yes I know, what I wanted to express is that Reaper's interface to the scripting language is too limited. I just needed to vent my frustration.
Yes, and if Reaper had a deeper interface he could have just changed and extended the existing mixer and track inspector instead of reprogramming them. That's exactly what I'm talking about.