Firstly, thank you for the update !
I thought the small issue i had could have been gone with 1.3 but since it's still here i would like to report it:
I use Bidule as a randomizer for Aalto and since the parameters are neatly labeled it's a dream to program different levels of randyness ... oops, erm ... sorry, randomness, ^ ^, or even block any random behavior for such or such parameter (i don't know whether you have a copy of Bidule or not).
But however, the "Click Box" parameters, for example the Seq's on/off at each step, or the lowpass mode of gate, all seem to always revert to the same state when i hit the random buttom:
all the Seq's steps invariably turn to ON, the gate mode to lowpass OFF, etc...
Any idea ? I tried to program different randomness ranges, 0/1, 0.1/1, 0.99/1, 0/0.01, etc.., not to avail.
I have never tried Bidule.
I think, a toggle converts a float parameter into an integer 0/1 by dropping the non-integer part. So if you used the range 0.0-1.0 you would still always be less than 1. Why don't you try 0-2?
Randy, thanks for the prompt answer.
Actually, i checked good with Live and Bidule, the 0 to 0.02 range is enough to get an on/off, it's just that Bidule's random doesn't seem to generate a real zero.
so never mind, i think it's a problem with Bidule.