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MInaDIte is a virtual MIDI controller, designed to be controlled via a touchscreen or mouse and sends MIDI messages in order to control music production, VJ, DJ, etc. software.
Users will also have the possibility to configure the effects that will be used.
It is available for Linux as a source code or as a.deb package.
Download the.deb file.
MInaDIte is available for Linux as a source code or as a.deb package.
Installing the deb is easy.
Only the instructions are provided below.
Run the following commands:
sudo dpkg -i mndi_0.1-1_amd64.deb
sudo dpkg -i mndi_0.1-1_i386.deb
sudo dpkg -i mndi_0.1-1_i386.deb
MInaDIte is available for Windows as a source code or as file.
MInaDIte requires a WinAPI, so it is recommended to use the WinAPI driver provided on the website to keep it compatible with other programs such as GarageBand and others.
Download archive from the downloads page and extract it.
The extracted archive contains a.dll.
Copy the.dll to your Windows 32 or 64 bit path as follows:
32-bit: C:WindowsSystem32
64-bit: C:WindowsSystem
Go to Start > Control Panel > System.
Click on Advanced > Environment Variables > System Variables.
Find the variable Path and add the path to the mndi_0.1-1.dll to the path,
For instance, for the 32-bit system:
For the 64-bit system:
Start MInaDIte.
New or outdated drivers
In order to make it work correctly, some users have reported having issues with the new drivers.
If you have installed mndi_0.1-1_i386.deb or mndi_0.1-1_amd64.deb, then a full uninstall of the drivers is necessary.
Open a command line window as an administrator.
Run the following commands: 84e02134c1

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Windows: C:.Navigatorwind[e]er
OS X: ~/Navigator/Navigator
Linux: /home/navigator/navigator/Navigator
Customize your own key with an extention like.Navigator
for the program shortcut or.Navigator for the directory shortcut.
This won’t work if you use X-Code
In SciTE, go to the Tools-Settings-Options-Navigator
and customize the User Defined Nodepoints.


For an example, have a look at the

Exampla: Navigator settings

The General settings can be found under the Options-General Settings-Navigator.

The option named “Search other text for: ” is what will find anything. You can change it to anything else you want.

The bottom section “Default Navigator node point:”

Finds your “root” node (the one that starts and ends your code).

The “Shows” section

Turns the nodepoint list visible or not.

The “Show files only when this node is selected” section

Turns the nodepoints only on the current file you are editing.

The “Filter: ” section

Allows you to change the search regex used to find files.

The “Other options” section

Change the status of the nodepoint list to start out unchecked. This makes it stay on top of the editor.

The “Auto start” section

You can change this to start the program manually if you want. This sets the “Start menu shortcut:” line in the menu. If you don’t want SciTE to be started, then change this line to nothing.

The “Location:” section

Allows you to set the position of where SciTE will search for the nodepoints. If you have multiple nodes in your code, then you have to decide which you want to be the root node.

The “Auto show” section

If you want to have SciTE show the nodepoints at startup, then change this to true.

The “Search other text for:” section

Change this to the text you want to look for

The “Enabled” section

If you want it disabled, then set it to false.

The “Hidden” section

If you want it