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fullscreen on raspberry/arm

Post by atomix1040 » 15 Mar 2016, 21:13

Helo, thank you for this product, i just got started but i hope to incorporate the seq to my setup. Anyway is there a way to hide the titlebar (i see you are using the JUCE's own titlebar not the OS native one so i can't do it with X itself). Since the display i have is quite small any pixels i can win are good pixels.
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Re: fullscreen on raspberry/arm

Post by monotomy » 16 Mar 2016, 08:53

Hi Atomix,

cool, handheld :-). Which Pi do you use? Is this a little touch screen or just a screen?

I'll add a full screen option which also removes the title bar with the next update (on F11 i believe).

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Re: fullscreen on raspberry/arm

Post by atomix1040 » 16 Mar 2016, 11:30

It's the PIv2 with a LCD screen that comes directly on top of it

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Re: fullscreen on raspberry/arm

Post by monotomy » 16 Mar 2016, 12:54

Nice one.

There should enough power left to drive a synth at the same time beside B-Step (e.g. ZynAddSubFX).

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Re: fullscreen on raspberry/arm

Post by atomix1040 » 16 Mar 2016, 13:06

Yeah i want to add my own JUCE based drum synth/sampler that will be triggered by a sequencer, the RPI 3 seems even more powerful and compatible so it should all come together nicely.

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Re: fullscreen on raspberry/arm

Post by monotomy » 16 Mar 2016, 13:09

Which is your synth/sampler?

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Re: fullscreen on raspberry/arm

Post by atomix1040 » 16 Mar 2016, 13:19

it does not exist yet, i just started it i have some special glitch like effects in mind that i'm implementing. I myself write Ctrlr http://ctrlr.org also a MIDI project for controlling external hardware.

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Re: fullscreen on raspberry/arm

Post by monotomy » 16 Mar 2016, 15:06

Ctrlr seems to be a useful piece of software, will check it - let me know when your synth is ready. :-)

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