IMO, there needs to be a way to turn ‘Sentinel’ OFF–like ASIO Guard. At least until you guys have more real-world feedback. Disabling 32 bit support is too huge a leap with no prior warning.
Said it before, say it again: you guys need to COMMUNICATE. A big change like this should have been communicated to users MANY MONTHS ahead of time. I’m sure there would’ve been yelling, but so what? At least users like me would’ve had -time- to prepare!
My work is constantly re-using material from many years ago. So almost the biggest thing -I- need is backward compatibility–or at least a way to migrate older work to the newer versions without too much pain.
With no prior warning, I feel stuck… I like the new features of C9, but the unexpected cost of losing a TON of plugs is a real gut punch.