For those creating custom plugins using the Isadora SDK.
yes you can. its easy and you can do it in a variety of waysstep one is to connect your midi controller and select it in the communications menu / midi setupstep two, add a "note on" watcher to your patch, and hit the button you would like to use. On the right side of the actor you see the values of the incoming midi note as you tap your button, change the values on the left side of the actor to these values and you now have a note on watcher that only listens to this button on your controller.repeat for any other buttons, and use the "control watcher" for sliders and knobs.if you want to use two buttons for on and off, connect them to a "trigger value" actor and trigger 100 to turn on and a 0 to turn off your projectors volume. if you want to use only one button to toggle, use the "sequential trigger".
Dear Beta Testers,
If you are one of our official beta testers, and discovered your license expired on August 31st, 2019, it should now be restored. You may need to deactivate and reactivate your license to restore your ability to save.This would affect all machines on which you used the beta license to activate Isadora -- i.e., if you activated on a MacOS and Windows machine with the same license, both would be effected.
Why This Happened: the beta licenses all have expiration dates which we need to update every month. We simply made a mistake and did not handle it.
How We Fixed It: I updated the licesnes myself just now, and hopefully I did it correctly for everyone. But, it is a manual process and there were dozens to handle. So it's possible I missed one of you. If you are a beta tester and your license will not activate, please open a ticket at https://support.troikatronix.c... and let us know.