Because a lot of peope still seem to get that wrong: YOU DO NOT HAVE TO REGISTER TO DOWNLOAD NETMETER!Register only if you wanna post in the forum! If you want to download please choose the "Download" button on the left menu or click here.
posted in NewsWritten by ReadError May 29, 2011, 11:18:00 PM9412 ViewsRating: (1 Rates)Print
...and suddenly, seemingly out of nowhere: a new Sonitus Mortis release is here!
The most significant changes since 0.9.9 are as follows:
+ Added Unicode compatibility
+ More compact GUI design
+ Instruments now have controls for panning, automuting and dynamic pitch shifting
+ Before clearing / deleting / randomizing tracks or patterns the program will now ask for confirmation.
+ It is now possible to clear single tracks or patterns
+ It is now possible to randomize single tracks
+ A Metronome has been added.
+ The open and save / save as functions now have a log display
+ The log display has been improved. It still looks like MS-DOS but that's how i like it... ;-)
+ If you open an existing project and Sonitus Mortis can't find certain samples it will ask you for the path to the missing sample(s).
For more details please see the included ReadMe.txt
posted in NewsWritten by ReadError August 09, 2009, 03:55:33 PM141438 ViewsRating: (1 Rates)Print
You will now find the latest release of NetMeter - Version 1.1.4 BETA - in the downloads section.
As you surely know, development for NetMeter was going increasingly slow in the recent years. This is because i either didn't feel like it or didn't have the time to work on it (damn you, real life!).
Also with the introduction of Windows Vista several problems with my implementation of NIC monitoring emerged. Unfortunately i wasn't able to solve these problems 100% as yet. There are still some mysterious crashes and things like interfaces not showing up in NetMeter's config screen.
Long story short - This will possibly be the last release of NetMeter by me! :-(
On the upside: NetMeter is now open source! You can find the Delphi source code in the downloads section.
Since i got numerous requests for the source code and even offers to take over the project, i'm positive that NetMeter will live on. Maybe even with more frequent updates... ;-)
If you chose to take over the project, or do something based on the source code, feel free to contact me or post it in the forum.