The "Open MIDI or Arrangement" menu did not
always list the files in the expected order.
An exception might occur if the configuration
file "SynthFont.ini" was open in a text editor
that prevented access to the file.
Running SynthFont2 without a MIDI file (in MIDI
Port input mode) would cause Synthfont2 not to
read some default configuration settings.
Layer tracks would not always have the correct
value for VOL displayed in the tracks list.
The editor for VST effects and instruments might
initially display the wrong program and not the
one stored in the Arrangement.
Version 220.127.116.11 could be very slow to start up.
When assigning a SoundFonts to a tracks with
bank > 0 (the default) and the desired
bank/preset combination was not found, you would
be asked to assign a Preset from the default
bank, but not told the reason.
Handling of overlapping notes has been slightly
changed and some bugs fixed.
Playing in loop mode and having chosen "Continue
to the end after loop" would not make the
playback cursor in the Pianoroll to continue to
Moving notes up/down (=transpose) in Pianoroll
used to move also percussion notes, which
probably was not a good idea.
Moving notes towards the beginning of the tune
(e.g. to remove the initial bars) using "Change
time (position) of events" in Pianoroll/Edit
track would position notes that would be moved
to a negative time at time 0 instead – these
notes are now deleted.
Some MIDI files were not correctly read.
SynthFont2 would not let you save a MIDI files
in Mode 0 (one single track for all channels)
using the "Save As..." function.
SynthFont is a free/donationware tool for
playing/rendering MIDI files using SoundFonts and
other similar sound sources (WAV, DLS, GIGA and also