• Section Widget

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  • Welcome to the new CMS. Read me first.

    Welcome to the new CMS. Here's a quick guide of the different areas of this page.

    1. Section Navigation Widget. This widget allows you to go to different sections. The "plus icon" means that this section has sub-sections. Clicking on the "plus icon" will display the sub-sections.
    2. Category Navigation Widget. This widget will display all categories on CMS sections. The number next to the name displays the number of articles in that category.
    3. Admin-Defined Navbar Section Links. The admin is able to define which sections can display in the top navbar. Please look at the "Managing Sections Article."
    4. Articles. The content here is displayed in the "2x1" layout. "2x1" means 2 articles are displayed in the first row and all remaining content is displayed in a single column. In other sections you will see alternate content layouts like 1 column, 2 column, 3 column, 1x2 (first article spans 2 columns and all remaining articles displayed in 2 columns).
    5. Create New Article Button. If a user has permissions, the "Create New Article" button will display. For more information please look at the "Create New Article" article.
    6. Recent Article Comments Widget. This widget will display the latest article comments.
    7. Recent Blog Posts Widget. This widget displays the newest blog entries.
    8. Recent Forum Posts Widgets. This widget displays the most recent forum posts.

  • Recent Forum Posts

    CurtZHP

    Re: Latency

    Definitely using the ASIO drivers. I'll experiment a little more with 64 buffer size. My initial attempt was spotty at best. I also disabled all plugins

    CurtZHP Today, 10:29 AM Go to last post
    Bob L

    Re: Latency

    Make sure you are using ASIO drivers... then set the buffer sizes in the driver to 64 or close... then in the SAW Audio Device setup make sure to pick

    Bob L Today, 10:14 AM Go to last post
    UpTilDawn

    Re: How To Save My Buffer Settings

    Is it possible that this is more of a Windows thing than a Bob thing?

    UpTilDawn Today, 09:55 AM Go to last post
    mr_es335

    Re: How To Save My Buffer Settings

    Tom

    I believe that these are issues that you will have to take up with Bob directly.

    mr_es335 Today, 09:50 AM Go to last post
    Tom M

    Re: How To Save My Buffer Settings

    Again, I'm sure your suggestions works and I appreciate your posting it here. Still, these are simple functions that worked fine in the "old"

    Tom M Today, 09:19 AM Go to last post