QLab 4.0.5 Release Notes
January 13, 2017
FIXED: A crash that could occur with cue carts.
FIXED: A bug that could cause workspaces to report themselves as modified when first opened.
FIXED: A memory leak for long-running fades.
FIXED: QLab is now less strict about requiring the expected number of arguments for certain OSC commands, allowing third-party software that always sends OSC arguments (e.g. TouchOSC) to again work with certain QLab OSC methods.
FIXED: A bug that would cause a customized cue toolbox to be reset to the default order if you launched QLab by double-clicking on a workspace file in the Finder.
FIXED: Increased resilience and diagnostic tools for unexpected conditions when attempting to install a license.
FIXED: The orientation of the time elapsed / time remaining icons in the cue list header has been fixed.
FIXED: Miscellaneous other small bugs.
CHANGED: QLab will no longer try to auto-fill your email address when opening the “Contact Support” window; people often thought we were trying to do something sneaky by accessing contacts.
ADDED: Video cues will now watch their file targets for changes and reload the file, the way audio cues do.
ADDED: New OSC method for all cues: “loadAndSetPlayhead” (Like pressing “L” on a cue selected in the cue list.)