User Tools

Site Tools



This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

Both sides previous revision Previous revision
Next revision
Previous revision
faq:general [2010/09/23 22:43]
faq:general [2016/12/10 09:43] (current)
Line 1: Line 1:
 =?==== General FAQ ====== =?==== General FAQ ======
-??? How can I contact the author of this software+??? How can I get support on OSCulator
-!!! If you need support on how to use OSCulator, the recommended way of contacting the author ​is [[​forum|through the community'​s forum]].  You will receive a quick answer that will also benefit to all the users that could come across the same question. +!!! The recommended way of asking for help is [[https://​​forum|through the community'​s forum]].
-If you have a more personal query, you can also send an email to Camille (camille at osculator dot net).+
- +If you require privacy, or have more specific requestyou can also send an e-mail ​to Camille ​(camille at osculator dot net).
-??? Is there Windows version and if notare there plans to make one? +
-!!! Osculator currently is only available on Mac OS X (10.4 and higher), this means it doesn'​t run on Windows. +
-Next major version of Osculator will be compatible with Mac OS and Windows.+
 ??? How do I completely uninstall OSCulator and its components? ??? How do I completely uninstall OSCulator and its components?
 !!! Please follow these instructions:​ !!! Please follow these instructions:​
-  - Launch OSCulator and open the Preferences,​ click on the Inputs ​tab +  - Launch OSCulator and open the Preferences,​ click on the Outputs ​tab 
-  - Uncheck the "Enable Perfect Pairing ​extension"​ box, this will uninstall the kernel extension ​;+  - Uncheck the "Install the Virtual Joystick kernel ​extension"​ box ;
   - Quit OSCulator ;   - Quit OSCulator ;
-  - Delete the following ​folders ​if they exist: +  - Delete the following if they exist: 
-      * ''/​Applications/​OSCulator ​ƒ''​ +      * ''/​Applications/​''​ 
-      * ''/​Users/''//<​your user name>//''/​Library/​Application Support/​OSCulator''​ +      * ''/​Users/''//<​username>//''/​Library/​Application Support/​OSCulator''​ 
-      * ''/​Users/''//<​your user name>//''/​Library/​Preferences/​net.osculator.OSCulator.plist''​ +      * ''/​Users/''//<​username>//''/​Library/​Preferences/​net.osculator.OSCulator.plist''​ 
-      * ''/​Users/''//<​your user name>//''/​Library/​Preferences/​net.osculator.OSCulator.LSSharedFileList.plist''​+      * ''/​Users/''//<​username>//''/​Library/​Preferences/​net.osculator.OSCulator.LSSharedFileList.plist''​
       * ''/​Library/​Application Support/​OSCulator''​       * ''/​Library/​Application Support/​OSCulator''​
 +??? OSCulator creates OSC routings automatically from received MIDI input, What do "​bref"​ and "​uref"​ exactly mean?
 +!!! Short answer: you should not use them manually and therefore they are not documented.\\
 +These are internal routing arguments to handle the case of bi-directional routing with message having multiple arguments.
 +They are used when an OSC message with at least 2 arguments are configured with two MIDI CC.  When the MIDI host replies, the received message (/​midi/​ccXY/​Z) only have 1 argument. ​ Therefore, in order to send the correct message back to the OSC device, we must build a OSC routing for each MIDI CC that will use and/or update the current values of the OSC device.
faq/general.1285274632.txt.gz · Last modified: 2010/09/23 22:43 by camille