* Warning! There is a major bug in EOF 1.4 that will cause some of your notes to be erased if you have multiple difficulties in your song. Everyone use the links below to download 1.4x. *
* Updated to 1.42 on 10/17/08 *
EOF 1.42 is ready for download. There are a lot of improvements and fixes in this version.
Here are the links:
EOF 1.42 Windows
EOF 1.42 Mac OS X
EOF 1.42 Linux
EOF 1.42 Windows (Mediafire)
EOF 1.42 Mac OS X (Mediafire)
EOF 1.42 Linux (Mediafire)
Here's what's new:
Fixed bug in save routine which caused the catalog to become corrupted.
Fixed deleting the only catalog entry and adding another one causing entry
"0 of 1" to be selected. This could cause EOF to crash.
Editing bookmarks is now undoable.
Fixed doing "Beat->Add" causing the last beat in the song to be incorrectly
positioned at 0 milliseconds.
Fixed note auto-combine feature erasing notes when it shouldn't.
Added shortcuts to "Paste From" menu.
Fixed "Paste From->Catalog" giving some notes incorrect length.
Made transposing notes undoable.
Fixed deleted note not being deselected like it should.
Fixed several issues with the fret catalog.
Fixed keys "leaking" through the menus and causing some shortcuts to be inadvertantly activated.
EOF will now quit checking for MP3 support after it has been found. The program should now open much quicker for those who have libvorbis and lame installed.
EOF now automatically backs up your charts after every 10 changes.
Improved MIDI import. Now songs import perfectly.
Enlarged Events dialogs to make longer event names readable.
Added "Beat->All Events" dialog which lists all events in the song and their timestamps and allows you to seek directly to a specific event.
Undo system now caches undo states to disk to conserve memory.
Clipboard now caches notes to disk to conserve memory.
EOF now only uses memory for MIDI import while that feature is in use. This cuts memory usage significantly.
Made some minor changes to the undo system.
Added "Save As" option to save your project in a new location with whatever filename you want.
Added options to seek to previous/next screen. Can be accessed through the menu or by the shortcuts Ctrl+PGUP and Ctrl+PGDN respectively.
Fixed problem where adding a BPM change with "Adjust Notes" selected would cause notes to be added that shouldn't have been.
Fixed issue where claps wouldn't sound when switching switching difficulties or tracks during playback.
"Adjust notes to new offset?" dialog now accepts the Y and N keys as shortcuts.
Added "Beat->Add Beat" to add a beat after the selected beat marker and readjust the bpm of the previous anchor to make all the beat markers fit evenly.
Added options in the "Beat" menu to push the MIDI offset back/up by one beat.
Fixed issue where events would be attached to the wrong beats after doing an operation which adds or deletes beats.
Updated 3D engine for preview. Now looks much better in higher resolutions and renders a little faster.
Updated "keys.txt" to bring some new shortcuts to light.
Adjusting the MIDI offset from "Song->Properties" no longer asks you if you want to adjust notes if there are none.
Added "Note Auto Adjust" option to "Preferences." When it is checked, EOF will adjust notes when moving anchors and holding Shift while doing so will disable the note adjustment. Otherwise, holding Shift will enable the note adjustment. This applies when adjusting the MIDI offset when moving the first beat marker as well.
Made changing note lengths and toggling anchors undoable.
Added "Song->INI Settings" menu option. This option allows you to define additional INI settings for your song.
Catalog now remembers which track the frets are from so they will display properly when working with multiple tracks.
EOF now remembers the last "frettist" so you don't have to reenter it for every song you make. You can still change it from "Song->Properties" if you need to.
Notes at the same position are now combined automatically.
Bookmarks and catalog entries now properly adjust when the MIDI offset is changed and the notes are moved.
Updated user manual.
Thanks go to trinidude4 for building the Mac version.
I'm listening, as always, so feel free to post your comments, suggestions, bug reports, etc. here.