I’m trying to figure out how to get a VSTSDK project to open the schnazzy Jucer GUI instead of that dorky default one, but I’m quite confused.
Is it the same thing as running the Juce framework - creating a subclass of JUCEApplication, then using the macro, after which I can create an instance of the GUI? If so, I’m just doing it in the wrong place (or missing a #include), otherwise I’m doing the wrong thing.
And how do I turn off the cheezy looking VSTSDK default? With the number of parameters I have, it goes off the bottom of the screen, so I can’t even use it for testing.
Admittedly I’m rusty on my programming, coming from the paleolithic pre-library days where I’d scroll through the file (file, singular), find the parts that did stuff, hack them to pieces and test the results. In C++ I’m convinced that the files that actually do anything are hidden, encrypted and possibly randomly generated!