- the hit areas of lot of potis / knobs is quite little... I am working on a macbook pro 17" with 1920x1080px resolution and it's quite hard to hit the small area to change a value or whatever
The hit areas of knobs is exactly the visible area of the knob. If this is too small for you, perhaps you could work on a lower resolution?
- make everything right clickable... again this almost goes to the point above: when I want to add FFT ... I want to be able to click everywhere right - the area where I have to click is way too far on the left (I think in 3 I could right click where I want...)
Right clicking has been and always will be the shortcut for resetting the property to its initial value.
- still no animation (FFT e.g.) for the timeline of a clip
This is still on the to do list, and many work arounds have been suggested in the meantime.
- I want to have as much dashboard potis as I like (why limit?)
Resolume offers you a simple and intuitive interface. If you want unlimited control over what features go where, Resolume may not be the ideal choice for you, and you should investigate other software options.
- performance is on my macbook 2011 not that good (when working only in DXV, 8 gb ram - no ssd, will update soon)
'not that good' can mean anything from 20fps to 40fps, if we are even talking about performance in terms of fps. Please be more specific.
- sometimes shift+apple+d doesn't escape from fullscreen
I've just spent 10 minutes going in and out full screen, with 100% success rate. If you have steps that allow us to recreate this, we'd love to see them.
- fullscreen isn't fullscreen in os x - I can still see the system menu bar
Resolume is designed as a performance app, where you see the full interface, and the audience only sees the output via a secondary monitor. If you have a specific reason you'd like to have fullscreen on the control monitor, please feel free to share.
- I'd like a keyboard shortcut for going fullscreen
For monitor 1 this would be CMD-SHIFT-1