I am not sure if this thread is meant for minor issues like this (all on the current Mac version):
- When editing an expression node, Cmd-C invokes Cancel (Revert changes and close modal dialog) instead of Copy (the selected text). Pressing Esc on the other hand does nothing.
- It would be great if the edit dialogues of various nodes could be opened by double-clicking on them.
- It is standard behaviour on the Mac to make copies of objects by option-dragging them (files in Finder, shapes in Illustrator). Bringing this to Audulus would be also great. Moving the canvas is often invoked by holding the space bar and dragging the pointer.
- Is there a way to filter/search for patches and modules on the Mac?
Small UI related issues like this add unnecessary friction. So I guess the Mac version is a bit held back by your efforts to keep the two versions as close as possible. On that note, why are there no toolbars on either platform whatsoever? I’d also like a status bar where the patch name, value of selected knob or various other bits could be displayed.
These additional bars and panels could be hidden of course. You could also do a “performance mode”, where the interface is greatly reduced and editing locked down.
It is of course a great machine! First software in a while that really excites me.