Old 08-27-2019, 03:39 AM   #1
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  • + Playback: improve scrolling-by-action behavior when auto-scrolling view during playback is enabled
  • + Preferences: remove outdated scrolling option
  • + Project bay: fix comps view (5.975 regression) [t=222183]
  • + ReaScript: Main_openProject() supports noprompt: and template: prefixes [t=221668]
  • + ReaSurround: fix quadraphonic label typo
  • + Save as: trim media better handles items which end exactly at end of media [t=224122]
  • + Transport: fix display of primary time unit when showing secondary time unit [t=224458]
  • + linux: detect/warn/allow override if numeric locale is set in an incompatible fashion
  • + linux: fix issues with some modal windows [t=224362]
  • # Windows: include internal build ID as executable version for development builds
  • # macOS: include internal build ID in version plist for development builds
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Old 08-27-2019, 10:04 AM   #2
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[LIST][*]+ ReaScript: Main_openProject() supports noprompt: and template: prefixes [t=221668]
Can I have some explanation on how to use this to support tempates? Using it as:
Code:
reaper.Main_openProject(ProjectPath)
yields the same result as before.
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Check the v5.983rc1 API docs,..

Lua: reaper.Main_openProject(string name)

opens a project. will prompt the user to save unless name is prefixed with 'noprompt:'. If name is prefixed with 'template:', project file will be loaded as a template.
If passed a .RTrackTemplate file, adds the template to the existing project.
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Ok I'll try this.
I was not aware that there was an API doc for each build? I only go to see there:
https://www.reaper.fm/sdk/reascript/reascripthelp.html
and didn't find anything.
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Ok I'll try this.
I was not aware that there was an API doc for each build? I only go to see there:
https://www.reaper.fm/sdk/reascript/reascripthelp.html
and didn't find anything.
Same thing I did for first few weeks!
Action 'Open reaScript documentation (html)', opens API docs in web browser. On Windows it creates the file 'reascripthelp.html in my TEMP folder.
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Then, isn't this supposed to work?

Code:
local REAPERPath = reaper.GetResourcePath()
local ProjectPath = (REAPERPath..'//ProjectTemplates')
local ProjectName = 'template Realive_AudioRouting.RPP'
reaper.Main_openProject(ProjectPath..'/'..ProjectName)
Because I don't believe it does. The RPP file opens as a normal project


EDIT: Nevermind, I think THIS works:
Code:
  reaper.Main_openProject('template:'..ProjectPath.."/"..ProjectName)
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EDIT: Nevermind, I think THIS works:
Code:
  reaper.Main_openProject('template:'..ProjectPath.."/"..ProjectName)
I think the single quotes are only there for 'description purpose' (for the lack of a better expression), but not meant to be actually used.

At least here it (only) works without the added single quotes, e.g.
Code:
reaper.Main_openProject("template:H:/_dev/REAPER/REAPER_X64/ProjectTemplates/01.RPP")
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At least here it (only) works without the added single quotes, e.g.
Code:
reaper.Main_openProject("template:H:/_dev/REAPER/REAPER_X64/ProjectTemplates/01.RPP")
I tried this first:

Code:
 reaper.Main_openProject(template:..ProjectPath.."/"..ProjectName)
but because my path contained some variables, I believe that I had to put the quotes.

I use the same function for several script so I prefer to work with variables.
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