Thanks, I’ll sort out the path issue. Should be an easy fix. For now you can just copy and paste the contents of C:\Program Files\Cabbage64\Docs\ to a folder call Docs_book in your root Cabbage dir.
If you select multiple lines you can comment them by pressing ctrl+/ or by pressing Edit->Toggle comments. I just noticed however that it will not uncomment multiple lines. I’ll add that to the list.
There is a preset mechanism. Here is an example which I’ll add the the ‘Instructional’ examples.
Presets.csd (1.1 KB)
Note that if you wish to browse for a file to save you can remove the mode(“snapshot”) from the filebutton.
MIDI learn is available in Cabbage Studio. Just drop in a Cabbage instrument and hit Ctrl+m, then move any of the GUI controls following by a hardware controls to link them together. If you need MIDI control in your standalone instruments, you can use one of Csound’s MIDI opcodes such as ctrl7. I’m not that interested in provided MIDI learn in the standalone host and it can only ever host a single instrument. In fact, you could probably write a Csound instrument that would handle MIDI learn for you. Hmm. That would be an interesting exercise!
The opcodes that ship with Cabbage are the ones supported by that build of Cabbage. The 64bit windows version comes with less opcodes than the 32bit version as they are harder to build on a 64bit system.