By Wim Dijkgraaf
I've been working on running OSX on a windows machine using VMWare; works really well! Simple procedure if you follow these steps:
Wouldn't recommend this setup for OSX applications that really need high performance graphics (using Quartz for example) but for using Opusmodus on a Windows machine this could be a nice option for those not able/wanting to invest in Apple hardware.
If you install rtpMIDI on the windows machine you'll also be able to run your audio software under Windows and connect Opusmodus using MIDI over a virtual network connection.
The Opusmodus editor allows to have a number of "windows" open next to each other, but not enough for me. With Emacs I have commonly 3-4 frames with code open next to each other, in addition to the documentation, output viewers etc. (nice to have multiple screens :)
Any chance to do the same and open 3-4 files from the current project/workspace side by side?
EDIT: Note that I can open additional files, but only if they are not part of the current project/workspace -- going beyond that restriction would help.