Added options in the Preferences to control whether region properties
are updated after editing or replacing a sample. Turning these off avoids
the problem of destroying unity note information after an edit.
Reduced \"unmapped region\" messages to a single warning on close
(remembering that unmapped regions aren\'t compatible with the 1.0 engine).
Multimonitor support / Window Size & Position preserved between sessions.
Loading multiple instruments with the same bank and patch would
would show up in the sample with identical bank/patch. This would
happen with instruments with the \'Drums\' box checked in the editor.
Scarbee\'s J-String bass would pop at the end of some samples if the
notes were held. This was a disk engine issue and has been fixed.
Editor - Fixed \"apply\" problems in the property pages (unity note, crossfade
Editor - Fixed two different glitches dragging in the blue ball window
Editor - Fixed a problem in instruments created by the Combine feature - files were legal to the sampler but could display missing dimensions in the editor.
MSGSRV32 crash at boot up time (Windows 9x/ME only). This was
a system dependent problem that happened more reguarly on faster
systems. In some cases, you could hit the ignore button a couple of
times to get into Windows, other times required a safe mode boot.
v2.5 has fixed this problem.
With Ver2.2 I can run 160 with no pops nor crackles and all under W98SE, but with the same machine running Ver2.5 under I couldn\'t go past 100. All the exceeding notes messed up with the existing ones. That\'s why I haven\'t install Ver2.5 for W98 yet.
I also run Ver2.5 on another PC, W2K SP2, Dual-CPU P3-1G, 2G RAM, fast HD and I also couldn\'t go past 100. Looking at that specification, I don\'t think it\'s a not-good-enough-hardware problem.
So, keep your W98 and Ver2.2 if you don\'t have any problem with it.