This is a Lua script for REAPER that is used to install, update, or uninstall the rest of the scripts provided here.
Choose one download option (current version v1.10 2019-06-20):
- Recommended: Download HeDaScripts Manager WINDOWS version or OSX version or Linux version
- or Download HeDaScripts Manager (Version without required external libraries) Then you have to download the libraries manually and copy them to the script resources directory as explained in the installation instructions txt.
- Follow the instructions txt file inside the zip.
- If you have any problems you can contact by email or ask in the Forum Support Thread: http://forum.cockos.com/showthread.php?t=179003
- In REAPER, load the script:
Go to Actions, Show Actions list... and click "Load" and select the file "HeDaScripts Manager.lua"
Now you can run the action or add it to a toolbar. Run it and HeDaScripts Manager downloads the list of scripts available to install, in blue. You can click the install button for the script you want. The first time you run the manager, it may need to auto update itself to the most recent required version. If that is the case, it will ask you to proceed to auto update the manager before continuing.
- Before clicking the install button, you can click on the version button which downloads the changelog with details of the current version.
- After clicking the install button, it downloads the files needed, extracts them to the correct location and adds the needed actions to REAPER. The script becomes green (installed) ready to use.
- The script is now installed as one or several actions in the list of REAPER actions. You can then assign a keyboard shortcut or add a toolbar button. The Manager also installs some icons for the scripts ready to use for the toolbars. You can find them in the Data/toolbar_icons folder.
- To uninstall a script, simply click the uninstall button, and the actions are removed from REAPER and the folder of the script is renamed, not deleted. You can delete them manually if you want.
- All downloads are managed by curl external library, if you are using a firewall, make sure you allow connections for curl.exe in Windows. curl is already installed and working by default in OSX.