Fixed two bugs relating to Link:
Fixed a bug where Live would sometimes play out of alignment with Link peers when starting playback somewhere after a time signature change.
Fixed a bug where Live’s playhead would move around unpredictably when clicking in the Scrub Area to jump playback into a section with a different time signature while Link was enabled.
Fixed a bug that disabled file synchronization between Live's browser and secondary drive volumes on macOS.
Fixed a bug on macOS that would sometimes prevent Live's UI from updating (and sometimes scaling incorrectly) after connecting or disconnecting an external monitor.
Fixed a bug that caused the minimum parameter values of AU plug-in presets to load instead of their assigned values.
Fixed a bug that incorrectly cropped a warning text in Live's Audio Preferences when the text becomes too long.
Fixed a bug that sometimes caused .als files saved in Collections to disappear from the list when using the “Save Live Set” or “Collect All and Save” commands in the File menu.
Fixed a bug where Live would sometimes fail to auto-update when the application was renamed to fit the exact version number (e.g. “Ableton Live 11.2.5 Suite”), and then placed in a folder of the same name.
Fixed a bug where the blue modulation dot would not appear next to modulated sliders immediately after adding a modulation envelope for it.
Fixed a bug that would occur when dragging device chains that contain external files (e.g., the LFO device) into a folder that is not in the User Library. This previously created an entirely new Project folder, even if the Collect Files on Export setting in the Library Preferences was set to “Ask” or “Never,” and the dialog box that appeared when moving the file was not set to copy it.
Fixed a bug where Sets with emojis in their title would stay in the Cloud tab of Live’s browser, even after removing them from Cloud in Note.
Fixed a bug that caused Live to remain synced to an external MIDI clock even when the corresponding MIDI port’s Sync input was deactivated.
Fixed a crash that occurred when renaming samples in selected Drum Rack pads that were outside of the Rack’s displayed Pad Overview.
Fixed a crash on Windows that occurred when using the [right-click] context menu to rename an audio/MIDI clip or locator while it was already being renamed. Now, right-clicking a clip or locator while renaming it no longer opens a context menu.
Fixed a crash on macOS that sometimes occurred when selecting an audio output device in Live’s Audio Preferences and disconnecting it shortly thereafter.
Fixed a crash that occurred when dragging a Session clip away from its original track, holding it over another track long enough to select it, and proceeding to drop it into Live’s browser.
Fixed an issue that caused disk overloads when using MIDI notes with randomized velocities to play Sampler presets in certain Packs (such as Session Drums Club).
Fixed an issue in the MackieControl and MackieControl Classic Control Surface scripts where exclusive arming wouldn't work in some cases.
Fixed an issue in the MackieControl and MackieControl Classic Control Surface scripts where changing a track's input type could leave Rec/Rdy LEDs in incorrect states.
Fixed an issue where under certain circumstances, Draw Mode in the Velocity and Chance Editor lanes did not work correctly when editing multiple clips.
Fixed an issue where under certain circumstances, drawing ramps in the Velocity and Chance Editor lanes when editing multiple clips did not correctly highlight affected notes.
Fixed an issue that caused a value range to be displayed when using the [ALT][Shift] keys to draw linear ramps in the Velocity and Chance Editor lanes instead of a fixed value.
Fixed an issue where drop-down menus in Live’s Preferences would disappear when the initial mouse click was released if the menu was clicked on the leftmost side.
Fixed an issue where clicking the empty area beneath scenes in the Master track would not select the Master track.
Fixed an issue with Sampler devices in Drum Rack pads that created disk overloads under rare circumstances.
Fixed two bugs relating to emojis in Live:
Fixed a bug where Set names with emojis would stay in the Cloud tab of Live’s browser, even after removing them from Cloud in Note.
Fixed a regression on macOS where folders saved in the Places section of Live’s browser wouldn’t show any contents if a folder name contained certain emojis.
Fixed a regression on Windows where keyboard shortcuts with the copy modifier [ALT] would not work after using the [F11] shortcut to enter and exit Full Screen Mode until you pressed another key first.
Previously, loading an instance of the Shifter device with the Delay parameter enabled would cause timing and pitch issues during playback.
Previously, crashes on macOS caused by a specific VST2 plug-in would open a Help View lesson that displayed the name of the faulty plug-in along with a few common troubleshooting tips. Due to changes in macOS crash reporting, this feature has been removed.
Previously, video export failed when a warped video clip contained a Start or End marker before the start or after the end of the video.
When dragging or [Shift]-dragging a Warp Marker within a video clip, Live's Video Window now displays the video at the position of the Warp Marker.
Double-clicking the right edge of Live’s browser now folds the window as expected.
Loading older Live Sets, presets, and samples created on macOS will no longer cause Live or the Indexer to crash on Windows if the content contains a forward slash (e.g. “Clip 1/8.adg”).
Opening a pop-up menu with [Enter] then closing it with [ESC] now works as expected.
When using Capture MIDI with Reduce Latency When Monitoring enabled, the resulting MIDI clip now has the exact timing as what was played.
Certain UI elements of the Spectral Resonator, Spectral Time, and Limiter devices are now consistent with Live’s color palette when using the Dark Theme.
The Optimize Arrangement Width command (accessible via the [W] shortcut) now ignores invisible take lanes.
Metal rendering is now turned off for macOS 10.13 High Sierra to fix issues that arose when using Full Screen Mode. Metal rendering can be restored using the "-_MacOSForceMetalLayerOnHighSierra" debug option in the Options.txt file.
Packs will now be selected in Live’s browser when they are finished installing.
Loop start/end markers for audio clips are now properly aligned with the borders of the Push 2 display.
Nudging clips on linked tracks now works as expected.
Under certain circumstances, launching different Rack Macro Control variations would create ramps in recorded automation envelopes due to missing endpoints. These envelopes now appear as discrete automation line segments.
Using [Shift]-click to select clips in Arrangement View now shows the correct selection lengths in Live's Status Bar.
When using [Shift]-click to extend the time selection of linked tracks with take lanes, the selection is no longer extended to all lanes.
Main menus on Windows can be accessed in Full Screen Mode by using [ALT] + character shortcuts.