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support for 2ed screen for Cross 2.0 and up

PostPosted: 21 Jun 2012, 20:13
by dj_cross_fade
seeing that Cross will have so many good things now that i will be using :) it does not leave much room to look for the music .
so my idea is a simple one that i would do at my home studio .
add support for a 2ed screen .in that 2ed screen u can display anything you want by just choosing it in the options .
for me it would be my music library :D

Re: support for 2ed screen for Cross 2.0 and up

PostPosted: 21 Jun 2012, 20:14
by dj_cross_fade
to add to this i used to do this in mixvibes DVS pro :)

Re: support for 2ed screen for Cross 2.0 and up

PostPosted: 24 Jun 2012, 20:46
by dj_cross_fade
no one on this ?

Re: support for 2ed screen for Cross 2.0 and up

PostPosted: 24 Jun 2012, 20:57
by Hannes
if you have a proper external screen, the library will be huge anyway...

Re: support for 2ed screen for Cross 2.0 and up

PostPosted: 24 Jun 2012, 21:36
by UncleVibes
It is one idea but not the only one.

Re: support for 2ed screen for Cross 2.0 and up

PostPosted: 24 Jun 2012, 23:54
by daniel clark
:cool: :cool: WELLLLL ,thinking about the solution to aid in lack of screen size due to increasing features and shrinking screen space,,,seems this might be the quick and fast and already a viable function of the original DVS platform,,,asked if would be available also earlier on in Cross's development..what would be the other available solution :?: :?: :?: :?: :?:

Re: support for 2ed screen for Cross 2.0 and up

PostPosted: 25 Jun 2012, 19:18
by dj_cross_fade
daniel clark wrote::cool: :cool: WELLLLL ,thinking about the solution to aid in lack of screen size due to increasing features and shrinking screen space,,,seems this might be the quick and fast and already a viable function of the original DVS platform,,,asked if would be available also earlier on in Cross's development..what would be the other available solution :?: :?: :?: :?: :?:



yes part of my idea as well is that u would have then option to put your sampler on the 2ed screen if you like or just what ever it is up to you
i think the sampler and my music would be my option .
but if u like having your music and your decks or music with fx on the 2ed screen u can do that. in short it would be open to customization in the options .

Re: support for 2ed screen for Cross 2.0 and up

PostPosted: 25 Jun 2012, 21:46
by KevMaverick
The whole idea of the option to use 2 screen appeals to me, especially if you could choose what to display on the 2nd screen. I currently use a widescreen laptop and I'd love the option of extra screen space. ;)

Re: support for 2ed screen for Cross 2.0 and up

PostPosted: 26 Jun 2012, 01:19
by UncleVibes
Next means in some month or next year, global ergonomic will be a priority of the development. We got to finish some jobs before. It's quite huge and ambitious, to early to give details.
Cross is living and our politic is to go step by step to something new creative and ambitious. We have a lot of ideas. Please explain your wishes but don't forget that we aren't members of the Harry Potter dream team we don't know yet how to use magic sticks.
We work hard to get this knowledge. :cool:

Re: support for 2ed screen for Cross 2.0 and up

PostPosted: 26 Jun 2012, 12:51
by KevMaverick
UncleVibes wrote:Next means in some month or next year, global ergonomic will be a priority of the development. We got to finish some jobs before. It's quite huge and ambitious, to early to give details.
Cross is living and our politic is to go step by step to something new creative and ambitious. We have a lot of ideas. Please explain your wishes but don't forget that we aren't members of the Harry Potter dream team we don't know yet how to use magic sticks.
We work hard to get this knowledge. :cool:


Take your time guys - we are happy with the developments as they happen. We can already see that great things are happening by just looking at the 2.0 RC - right now we are just discussing ideas for the future.

I'm sure that all the users would prefer well-tested, well-thought out programs, that work perfectly, rather than ones filled with unproven features that are rushed out and later found to be flawed and full of bugs.

You're doing a great job - keep up the good work! :biggrin: