9.1.1b3 Release Notes
Live would allow to trigger changes from notifications via the Python API. This could lead to problems with Live’s Undo history or even to crashes and is no longer allowed. Note that this change might affect compatibility with 3rd party control surface scripts. If you’re using a 3rd party script, i.e. a control surface script that is not natively supported by Ableton, and it does not work with Live 9.1.1b3 anymore, please contact the manufacturer of the script.
Changes for Push:
The playhead could behave erratically or completely disappear when enabling the loop in Live’s Arrangement View and setting it to an odd loop length.
Push’s auto-arm function would not work with certain track routing settings.
9.1.1b2 Release Notes
Improvements and feature changes:
Live would always record the last received CC value into a MIDI clip, even if it was received before the actual recording was started. Live now ignores the last value and only records MIDI CC data that are received during the actual clip recording.
Live would cut off all currently playing notes on a MIDI clip when engaging overdub recording in the Arrangement View.
Under certain conditions, the playback of a Session clip would stop when scrubbing outside of the clip’s loop boundaries.
Max for Live devices could be out of sync when exporting audio with multiprocessor support enabled.
When loading a Live set with a MIDI clip that contains modulation for Max for Live parameters of the "live.dial" type, the modulation values would sometimes not be restored correctly.
Live would freeze when setting the loop length of an unlinked clip envelope to the minimum value.
Live's MIDI map mode could crash when sending MIDI messages while another chooser or context menu was open.
Fixed a crash that could occur when creating audio feedback routings with drum rack sends, for example when routing a return chain to itself.
Changes for Push:
Push now indicates if you’re editing a clip that is not the currently playing clip. It also allows to quickly move the focus back to the playing clip by pressing the up/down arrow buttons.
Push now indicates if a selected track is frozen and thus cannot be modified.
Deleting automation for device on/off switches or track activator buttons would not work from Push.