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Tokyo Dawn Labs update SlickEQ, Nova and Kotelnikov

Tokyo Dawn Labs

Tokyo Dawn Labs has updated their SlickEQ, Kotelnikov and Nova product lines.

This update improves stability and performance, and introduces new features such as "Save as default preset", update lookups and UI improvements.

SlickEQ and SlickEQ GE - 1.2.1 update:

  • Added product update lookup functionality (optional).
  • Added experimental openGL renderer (see settings dialog).
  • Added "Save As Default Preset" function.
  • Comboboxes can now be used like sliders.
  • UI performance improved.
  • Fixed a rare Window XP issue sometimes closing plugin host after a few hours.
  • Fixed an "white UI" issue appearing in Renoise/mac/32-bit.
  • Minimal fixes.

Kotelnikov and Kotelnikov GE - 1.0.7 update:

  • Added product update lookup functionality (optional).
  • Added experimental openGL renderer (see settings dialog).
  • Added "Save As Default Preset" function.
  • Comboboxes can now be used like sliders.
  • UI performance improved.
  • Fixed an issue in non PRECISE modes preventing full bit transparency at zero GR.
  • Fixed a rare Window XP issue sometimes closing plugin host after a few hours.
  • Fixed a "white UI" issue appearing in Renoise/mac/32-bit.
  • Minimal fixes.

Nova and Nova GE - 1.0.8 update:

  • Added product update lookup functionality (optional).
  • SOLO mode mouse handling fixes.
  • Comboboxes can now be used like sliders.
  • UI performance improved.
  • Fixed a rare Window XP issue sometimes closing plugin host after a few hours.
  • Fixed an "white UI" issue appearing in Renoise/mac/32-bit.
  • Minimal fixes.
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