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TouchOSC 1.3 is here

Jul 03, 2009 Link To This Post
Just got the email that TouchOSC 1.3 has been approved and will soon show up as free update in AppStores worldwide. I've added the editor and the default layouts to the TouchOSC page so download away!
As I stated in my last post, next up is a proper manual, which is almost ready to go, and the next version, which will add labels and which will be submitted soon as well, but of course will probably be stuck in review for a while again... SIGH. Anyway, have fun customizing and drop me a line at dev AT hexler DOT net with feedback/bugs/flames/marriage proposals and all the crazy stuff you'd like to see in future versions, which I know there's plenty of. Cheers, rob

Touch the screen… HEAL!!!

Jun 19, 2009 Link To This Post
It's been a long time coming but earlier today I finally submitted the next version of TouchOSC to Apple for review. So unless my lucky streak with App Store submissions is about to be ended (I've never actually had an update rejected so far, fingers crossed) it should show up as a free update for everyone as soon as next week.
Together with the update there will be the long-promised editor application everyone's been waiting for and it will come in OS X, Windows and Linux flavors. Pick your favorite OS...

Next on my to-do is finishing a proper manual for both app and editor... thanks by the way for not flaming me as much as you could have for the absence thereof with the current version.

Also about to be finished is of course the addition of labels, which still needs some work and has been cut from this release for the sake of making it available sooner and also the addition of a tasty multi-touch control a lot of people have been asking for. Expect some news on these matters soon after the release of this update.

Thank-you's go out to all my beta testers and all people taking the time to write encouraging e-mails full of input, feedback and videos of their very inspiring applications.

Cheers, rob

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