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Old 1st December 2012, 01:11 PM   #251
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Okay, there is a tab for setting the units, and the windows don't appear on the task bar. The windows aren't constrained to the main window, but if you didn't mean that..... nevermind.
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Old 1st December 2012, 01:19 PM   #253
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BTW, I'm not sure what the 'Rg' value on the amp tab is. That shouldn't be set to the value of the tap on my tube amp's OT, should it?
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Blah?
Would you prefer 'Foo'?

Foo and Bar are common designations for meaningless examples, from the military acronym, FUBAR.

Programmers work odd hours and get silly, sometimes.
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Old 1st December 2012, 01:41 PM   #255
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Okay, there is a tab for setting the units, and the windows don't appear on the task bar. The windows aren't constrained to the main window, but if you didn't mean that..... nevermind.
No, I just meant that the windows (for example the enclosure window) will always be on top of the main window..


Lol, where did I write 'blah'?
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Old 1st December 2012, 01:53 PM   #256
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BTW, I'm not sure what the 'Rg' value on the amp tab is. That shouldn't be set to the value of the tap on my tube amp's OT, should it?
Rg generator resistance this value modifies the woofer Qts, in a SS amp is generally assumed to be 0 . For a SET (no NFB) the value can be from 1 to ... even 5?
edit : is to be summed to the woofer Qts, to set the total system Qt
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Lol, where did I write 'blah'?
leftmost superior angle (program name?)
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Old 3rd December 2012, 07:01 PM   #259
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Another update today.

First of all, there are new and improved icons for the menu items courtesy of (and with many thanks to) Keriwana.

I have also removed the Element Info and Model Info windows and merged them into the Enclosure Window.

I have also added a feature so that if you Left Click or Right Click on an element that is behind or infront of another element then a menu will come up allowing you to select the element you want.

Edit: Oh and I also got rid of the 'Blah'

Hopefully these changes will again make it slightly easier to use...

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Old 4th December 2012, 12:04 AM   #260
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Another update today.
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Brilliant! this thing, step by step, is reaching the user friendly Nirvana
Just one question, when You choose a custom stuffing density, say 0.45, this stands for 045Kg/m3?
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