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James
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Caustic on a Chromebook? Anyone tried it?

Okay, now that Chromium OS has more offline capabilities, and now most modern Chromebooks have touchscreens and support Android apps...I'm seriously thinking of a Chromebook as my next portable device.

The new Google Pixel Slate looks amazing BUT I guess a key question is 'is Caustic any good on a Chromebook, what's the latency like etc.'

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I have no answer for you,

I have no answer for you, James, but I have the same question as you and hope someone does have answer for you.

James
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 Oh well, I'll continue to

laugh Oh well, I'll continue to think about though!

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Caustic ChromeOS

I got it up and running just fine. Caustic won't ask for the permissions to connect my midi device though therefore won't register my controller. everything else works just find though. A little disappointing but pretty awesome all the same. Cheers hope that was helpful.

Steven

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it was, thanks - is that the

it was, thanks - is that the Android version through Google Play? I.e. not a Linux version.

Disappointing if midi controllers don't work - maybe a deal breaker for me indecision