iPAD Air 1, iOS 9.3Midi routing config of internal apps, is not always saved with a patch.
Inserting external midi interface (ploytec) results in any internal input routing, disappearing.
Input routing of external midi, is never saved with the patch.
I can confirm that the matrix does indeed save all routing.The issue turned out to be the interface. When the Midi Hardware connects, the virtual connections are pushed to the right and out of view and you need to scroll them back by touching the interface names. So it seems it is not possible to view the entire matrix as a whole and (involves both vertical and horizontal scrolling) makes the process quite awkward as the sidebar does not extend to compensate.The name of my hardware interface extends out 15 characters beyond 'Network Session1' and so eats this space, both top and bottom (maybe truncating characters beyond 'Network Session1' would help in this rare case)
To me it seems to point to the sidebar Menu not expanding in a liquid fashion....the behavior also shows it's self in the help section, lacking text enlargement.
Yes a full screen or large pop out would work well.The help section text has no zoom ability...I assumed this was due to the fixed size of sidebar.
Yes pinch-zoom functionality would be great. If the manual was available on the web it wouldn't be an issue, but I don't think you have one.
I'll expand a little on what happens on hot plugging an external midi interface.The midi Sources/Routing are always saved in the session as expected.Start a previous session...all goodUnplug interface, with focus on Midi Sources... entry is not dynamically removed from listGo to Midi Routing, entry is removed. Go back to Midi Sources, entry is now removed.Re-Plug interface, with focus on Midi Sources...no refresh.Go to Midi Routing, entry is back...but routing has been lost.Go to Midi Sources, entry is back but un-ticked.....Tick the sourceGo to Midi Routing, entry is there but only one destination is enabled 'Midi Control'So that's why I'm chasing my tail, sure enough you wouldn't normally hot-swap, but a power issue (what I was experiencing) will produce this behavior. Maybe hot-swap is not a feature on IOS.
I'll probably change this for the 1.2 update, so that MIDI routings are remembered even for ports and devices not present on the system, and re-connected when they become present.
Ditto. Just started using AUM for live performance, and really need MIDI routing to be saved with Session. Thanks!