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Old 30th August 2013, 08:13 AM   #1451
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Yes we can do that, not a problem at all. With the next release.

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Old 30th August 2013, 11:34 AM   #1452
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Another small thing. When saving a preset you have to rename it even if you just altered the one you are presently using. My idea is that when you chose a preset location the present filename would come up in the rename field by default. It's not a big thing to rewrite the filename but I'm guessing that it wouldn't be that hard to make it work that way.

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Old 30th August 2013, 11:39 AM   #1453
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Another small thing. When saving a preset you have to rename it even if you just altered the one you are presently using. My idea is that when you chose a preset location the present filename would come up in the rename field by default. It's not a big thing to rewrite the filename but I'm guessing that it wouldn't be that hard to make it work that way.

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Another small thing. When saving a preset you have to rename it even if you just altered the one you are presently using. My idea is that when you chose a preset location the present filename would come up in the rename field by default. It's not a big thing to rewrite the filename but I'm guessing that it wouldn't be that hard to make it work that way.

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Alright, Coco understands what's about the filename - but I don't...

If you open an existing preset file and make changes, then you can save it immediately with the command File -> Save (or the usual shortcut Ctrl+S).

If you want to save it under another name, use the command File -> Save As, and the original filename should be here in the edit box (just checked on my laptop).

Can you give me a step by step procedure where the filename does not show up?

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Old 30th August 2013, 11:12 PM   #1455
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Nick, I believe you are confusing "preset" with "setup". Whilst the setup exists as an operating system file, the presets only exist inside of Najda/NUC where no "save as" is available.
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Old 31st August 2013, 06:46 AM   #1456
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Ooops! Now it makes sense, thanks Shaun! OK, no problem, that preset naming feature will be included with the next FW.
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Old 31st August 2013, 10:53 AM   #1457
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Yep, just pre-populating the preset name with what's in there already when selecting one.

Saves typing it again!

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Old 8th September 2013, 12:31 PM   #1458
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Hey all!

Let's start with : Thanks Nick! Great project with great features at great price.

Here is my Najda in a DIY enclosure, powered by DIY linear power supply (all of these made for me, by my friends).

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inside:
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Some details have to be finalized, like cabling and attaching of the front panel, etc... but it is working, and it is working good! I still have to try more different setups to finely tune my system for best results.

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Old 8th September 2013, 06:41 PM   #1459
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Hello Nanko,

Very nice build, thanks for posting the pics! I really have to start a gallery on my website with the great realizations I've seen here. (you guys are great!! ).

What's the cut on the left of the front panel? Is that the IR sensor? (hm looking again that seems to be for the leds).

I'm a bit late with the delivery of the new software/firmware/hardware features. Sorry about that, I'm still contracting and we have here tight deadlines. It's going to be quieter soon and then I'll come back to developments on Najda.

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Nick,

The cut is the Infrared sensor. I may add some "glass" to cover the hole but it is as is at the moment :/ The rest is the 8 buttons and the display. I have a small hole between the first button and the 5-way pad for a small LED.... I didn't include the system LEDs in the final front panel - don't really think I need them in a Hi-Fi unit, but had them in my hand-made-eco-friendly one - including the pic just for fun it also shows the hand-made keyboard - not the prettiest thing, but does the job

If I decide I need the LEDs more often, I may add a connector on the back, and have them as a separate indicator outside the box.
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