Could I buy lots of trackballs, and emulate having more pots on my Wave, or can I only control one parameter at a time? Van I use a Wave at the same time as this? Can I use my "nomal" keyboard at the same time?
I think this multi-pot thing would be great.
Hi Paolo, we have an public beta Resolve for Window 7 Pro on our web site. Online now for nearly a month.
I can say what will be the features:
- You can use every keyboard that you want and every mouse that you want, without any limitations.
- You can't map the 100% of the keys, but some keys aren't mappable. (Less functions)
- Can't dedicate a second keyboard exclusively to Resolve: there will be a software switch (like pressing two keys) to switch from normal keyboard to Resolve Keyboard. You can use a second keyboard with the stickers, but if you are in "normal mode" it will ignore the Resolve inputs and will print the original key's behavior, and if you are in "Resolve mode" also the first keyboard will respond to Resolve Keyboard.
That's because in Windows I can map the actions: "Press A, press S, press D"; On Mac i can map the actions like: "Press Key#39 on Controller #1".
- I'll have to port manually the entire script on Windows, and every edit should be done on both platform manually, so updates will be asynchronous.
- You can't customize the layout how you do on Mac.
But maybe I'll start developing it when possible, because there are other applications that could enjoy the benefits from my script.
Last edited by Rosario Balistreri; 01-06-2012 at 07:22 AM.
I think x keys could work very well - what are your final thoughts on this? X keys is just a keyboard, after all, but it looks a bit more pro. Also, did you know that you can get custom keyboards manufactured for you at quite low cost?
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