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  1. Wonderful, it works great now! Thanks for the support. Also just so you know the "Building EOF in linux" on the wiki is pretty out-dated with a broken link to the Allegro code and at some point the name of the make file changed from "makefile.linux" to "Makefile" so the user has to know to change that in order for the build to work.
  2. None as far as I am aware It just freezes and I have to kill the process because it stops responding.
  3. @@raynebc I have compiled the answers to your questions about the spectrogram freeze in a google doc here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/15_kGkNtvIaDmo2InjnNddmV1cXGwCZ7C2kptQbAaOoU/edit?usp=sharing
  4. I compiled from the master branch on 1-15-2020 and every time I attempt to generate a spectrogram it crashes. The last two lines of the log before I need to kill the process when it freezes is: 497: FFTW plan generated in 3.757691 seconds. 497: Generating slices... I also used EOF in WINE for a while (before it suddenly stopped working but I think that's a problem with my system) and the spectrogram worked fine if that helps When I launch after I kill the process it does trigger and successfully goes to the last undo state I hope this helps you find a bug, thanks.
  5. Hey, I'm not sure if it is just my computer but I am on linux and built it from the master branch today. Whenever I try to generate a spectrogram it crashes. Even in older builds I tried it still does that. Thanks
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