Sound Control 2.6.0
And if you're not content with using templates made by others, you have through scripting unparalleled flexibility and control when it comes to getting a controller to behave exactly the way you want it to:
Sound Control 2.6.0
To make this easier, Renoise offers a bundled tool called Duplex, which comes shipped with mapping templates for a bunch of common MIDI controllers. Duplex also offers virtual UIs for configuring the controllers it supports. This way you can virtually test out such controllers without having to own them!
In addition to enhanced MIDI mappings, Renoise can now also be controlled remotely via the OSC protocol. This allows you, even across a network, to send Renoise commands such as "/renoise/transport/start". It is also possible to send any piece of Lua code as an OSC command for infinite control customization possibilities.
Keyframes are now parentable, and can be used to manage more complex animations and more complex timelines. For example, you can parent a bunch of clips to a single parent, and control them all in one place. This is also used on our new Tracker and Object Detection effects.
Ruleset authors can control much more of the game behavior. Comments in supplied ruleset files give some documentation and usage examples of new features; you can also browse the forum thread where most features were announced as they were added.
Mobile warning: There are some mobile devices (certain iPad 2 and iPad Mini revisions) that cannot play 48000 Hz audio.When they try to play the audio becomes extremely distorted and buzzes, eventually crashing the sound system.The solution is to use a lower encoding rate such as 44100 Hz. Sometimes the audio context willbe created with a sampleRate of 48000. If this happens and audio distorts you should re-create the context.
Set to true to have all sound muted when the Phaser game pauses (such as on loss of focus),or set to false to keep audio playing, regardless of the game pause state. You may need todo this should you wish to control audio muting via external DOM buttons or similar.
This library release contains all 300+ factory presets for the Union VST Instrument with detailed controller mapping, tagging, database and artwork files along with sound previews to hear the preset while browsing.
You can set the playback speed on your _controller (instance of VideoPlayerController) bycalling _controller.setPlaybackSpeed. setPlaybackSpeed takes a double speed value indicatingthe rate of playback for your video.For example, when given a value of 2.0, your video will play at 2x the regular playback speedand so on.
Upgrading the ConnectX firmware to version 2.6.000 or higher on a running systemmight cause problems in some HCAs and x64 platforms. This issue affects onlyMellanox-branded HCAs. Sun-branded PCIe HCAs, EMs, NEMs, and SPARC platforms are not affected.
The 2.0 release uses the new framework. This release is available as afree upgrade to current Sun Crypto Accelerator 4000 users who plan to useOracle Solaris 10 OS. Because the Sun Crypto Accelerator 4000 is an export-controlledproduct, you must contact Sun Enterprise Services or your local sales channel toobtain the free upgrade. Additional information is available on the Sun Crypto Accelerator4000 web page at Sun's products site.
Improved AdLib support for Loom and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.This makes sound effects like, for example, the typewriter and waterfallin Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade sound like in the original.
Improved music support for the Macintosh version of Monkey Island 1. Itnow uses the original instruments, rather than approximating them withGeneral MIDI instruments, and should sound a lot closer to the original.
Fixed long-standing font bug. We were using the control panel font forLINC space and terminals, and the LINC font in the control panel. Thiscaused many character glitches (some of which we used to work around) inLINC space and terminals, particularly in non-English languages.
Fixed long-standing bug in decompressing sounds from thespeech/music CLU files. It was generating one sample too many,which could be heard as a very slight popping noise at the end ofsome sounds. Files that have been compressed with older versionsof compress_sword2 will, of course, still have the same error. Youmay want to regenerate them.
Users can now use the teleport gesture to move around their play space across all platforms. To teleport with a controller on MR devices with default configurations, use the thumbstick. To teleport witharticulated hands, make a gesture with your palm facing up with the index and thumb sticking outwards, completing the teleport by curling the index finger. To teleport with input simulation, pleasesee our updated Input Simulation Service documentation.
This chapter is one of the few to include screen shots of the control panel. Most examples make use of the command-line tools. Once you understand the concepts, and how to perform a task using the command-line tools, you no doubt need no more than to know where to start in the Control Panel to accomplish what you set out to do.
These global settings are fairly coarse-grained. For a full discussion of the rich set of administrative privileges and fine-grained access control instructions that OpenDJ supports, see the chapter on Configuring Privileges & Access Control.
Access control instructions apply to directory data, providing fine-grained control over what a user or group member is authorized to do in terms of LDAP operations. Most access control instructions specify scopes (targets) to which they apply such that an administrative user who has all access to dc=example,dc=com need not have any access to dc=example,dc=org.
Privileges control the administrative tasks that users can perform, such as bypassing the access control mechanism, performing backup and restore operations, making changes to the configuration, and so forth. Privileges are implemented independently from access control. By default, privileges restrict administrative access to directory root users, though any user can be assigned a privilege. Privileges apply to a directory server, and do not have a scope.
Some operations require both privileges and also access control instructions. For example, in order to reset user's passwords, an administrator needs both the password-reset privilege and also access control to write userPassword values on the user entries. By combining an access control instruction with a privilege, you can effectively restrict the scope of that privilege to a particular branch of the Directory Information Tree.
OpenDJ directory server access control instructions (ACIs) exist as operational aci attribute values on directory entries, and as global ACIs stored in the configuration. ACIs apply to a scope defined in the instruction, and set permissions that depend on what operation is requested, who requested the operation, and how the client connected to the server.
OpenDJ directory server's default behavior is that no access is allowed unless it is specifically granted by an access control instruction. In addition privileges assigned to certain users such as cn=Directory Manager allow them to bypass access control checks.
OpenDJ directory server provides several global ACIs out of the box to facilitate evaluation while maintaining a reasonable security policy. By default users are allow to read the root DSE, to read the schema, to use certain controls and extended operations, to modify their own entries, to bind, and so forth. Global ACIs are defined on the access control handler, and apply to the entire directory server. You must adjust the default global ACIs to match the security policies for your organization, for example to restrict anonymous access.
Collective attributes provide a standard mechanism for defining attributes that appear on all the entries in a particular subtree. OpenDJ extends collective attributes to give you fine-grained control over the which entries in the subtree are targetted. Also, OpenDJ lets you use virtual attributes, such as isMemberOf to construct the filter for targetting entries to which the collective attributes apply. This allows you, for example, to define administrative privileges that apply to all users who belong to an administrator group.
Access control instructions are defined in the data, as values for aci attributes. They can be imported in LDIF. They can be modified over LDAP. Yet in order to make changes to ACIs users first need the modify-acl privilege described previously. By default, only the root DN user has the modify-acl privilege.
By default OpenDJ denies access unless an access control explicitly allows access. However, OpenDJ also allows anonymous access by default to use some controls, to perform certain extended operations, to view root DSE operational attributes, to view directory schema definitions, to view some other operational attibutes, and to perform compare and search operations.
In your application, you use the ETag attribute value with the assertion control to prevent Bob's update from going through when the ETag value has changed. Your application tries the equivalent of the following commands with Bob's updates.
As explained in Configuring Privileges & Access Control, OpenDJ directory server implements fine-grained access control for authorization. What is authorized depends on who is requesting the operation. Directory servers like OpenDJ must first therefore authenticate the principals using the clients before they can authorize or deny access. The LDAP bind operation, where a directory client authenticates with the directory server, is therefore the first LDAP operation in every LDAP session.
In the simplest bind operation, the client provides a zero-length name and a zero-length password. This results in an anonymous bind, meaning the client is authenticated as an anonymous user of the directory. In the simplest examples in Section 6.1, "Searching the Directory", notice that no authentication information is provided. The examples work because the client commands default to requesting anonymous binds when you provide no credentials, and because access controls for the sample data allow anonymous clients to read, search, and compare some directory data. 041b061a72