QLab 4.0.6 Release Notes
A crash when using a Syphon-only video surface.
A bug that could prevent QLab from saving license data in some cases.
A bug that could sometimes cause OSC update messages to fail, preventing clients such as QLab Remote from working properly.
A bug that could cause QLab to crash when editing light instrument definitions.
A bug that meant home values for light parameters were always treated as raw values, even when they should be treated as percentages.
Light parameters will now correctly start at their home value, rather than always at 0.
“Start all” group cues will continue to show their elapsed time though the end of the longest cue, rather than through the end of the shortest.
Network cues fading through OSC values can now send out either floating point or integer values. (Previously just supported integer.)