Tue, 24 Jan 2006 08:35:55 -0600
nothing like using a sledge hammer!
you can probably do the same thing for portmidi, but you may get
i guess your function could implmeent something like
(progn (close-midi) (open-midi) (send-all-notes-off) )
at some point I will look at the issue about writing files with rts
running, this has been raised before. it not an easy fix.
>> ;; put this in your .emacs file
>> (global-set-key (kbd "<f6>") 'slime-hush)
>> (defun slime-hush ()
>> (interactive )
>> (slime-interactive-eval "(if (rts?) (rts-hush))"))
> thanks for your help.
> i have now tried the following, and it seems to
> (global-set-key (kbd "<f6>") 'kbd-ms-close)
> (defun kbd-ms-close ()
> (interactive )
> (slime-interactive-eval "(midishare-close)"))
> i think this is better for me than rts, because i
> work with midi-files for sibelius and midi at the
> same time.
> Johannes Quint
> D-53225 Bonn
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