When I drag a soundfont file to the script I get a Windows Scripting Host dialogue with a table showing what look like they may be variables and numbers somehow associated to them.
In addition I get notepad up with "Cannot find the C:\DOCUE~1\...\...txt file" where the location consists of my users temp directory plus the temp file the script has tried to create...
Ahh, doesn't happen with ALL soundfonts (just did another test). This time it appears I got the .txt file in notepad, but I have a WSH error giving me a "Permission Denied" error at line 50 Char 21 (Code 800A0046)
Just got one with a "cannot find file" error - this one has spaces and an apostrophe in the name (jeux d'orgues 2.sf2) - just had another with spaces and multiple periods in the name... (GeneralUser GS 1.4 BETA 3.sf2)
gives a very good idea of the patches available which one would otherwise miss
How difficult would it be to expand this utility so it could create an itree?
Fairly simple to create a flat itree.
...But that wouldn't be much better than keeping the list in a window and just pasting the name and number in.If you are going to use a soundfont extensively, you would want a structured itree. That would require an ability to read minds that is beyond my humble programming abilities.
...it would at least take much of the drudgery out of creating a structured one - mainly just some cutting and pasting to do...
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