let me do one of these #introduction s also!
american expat (grew up in dayton, ohio) living in berlin now (soon: amsterdam). by day i write software (soon: infosec), by night i write VST plugins and other sorts of audio software.
i also write electronic music and am learning to play guitar and drums.
@velartrill unfortunately i would lose a large percentage of my userbase if i did that so for the time being i've made my bed and now i have to toss and turn in it
@velartrill ps if i didn't have to ship software for mac then i would drop the platform in a heartbeat
hey have some cool almost-minimal dnb: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0smAbPJm_I
hey here's a long-ass breakdown of the "skate station" soundtrack
renoise on linux. buncha airwindows plugs. tons of cadmium.
joe wilkinson is the best part of cats does countdown
@klardotsh I do eventually want to do a Wayland-native version but nobody's done the groundwork yet on figuring out how plugin windows should nest (at a low level), so that might have to wait until more than zero hosts support it.
@klardotsh the repetitive warping dance is really just a hack for getting raw relative motion of the pointer, which is perhaps better solved at a lower level. I know there's a Wayland extension for relative pointer motion (https://github.com/wayland-project/wayland-protocols/blob/master/unstable/relative-pointer/relative-pointer-unstable-v1.xml) but I don't know what kind of support it has at this point.
I'll bump this issue up in priority. you're the first person I know who's using Cadmium in Xwayland :)
@klardotsh so I took a look here – it looks like, in Xwayland, I disable the cursor warping (because the support for it wasn't good and I haven't checked to see what's up these days), but the cursor hiding still happens, so you get the worst of both worlds.
@klardotsh hey thanks for the purchase dude. means a ton 🙏
keep me up to date on what you make with it :)
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