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Old 10th May 2010, 07:57 AM   #1131
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Hi Everyone,

I have just noticed that the combined response for a compound horn with a throat adaptor is not correct. The problem will be fixed tomorrow.

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Old 10th May 2010, 04:49 PM   #1132
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I periodically have gotten some discrepancies between regular plots and those in the Wizard, but finally got around to loading V26.40 and the first old design I loaded to copy showed a doozy of a response plot error, though from memory the Wizard one looks OK:

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Old 10th May 2010, 06:49 PM   #1133
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I realize that I am not as intelligent as some people out there but is there anyway to display the 4 graphs in the loudspeaker wizard at once? I just click through all 4 checking them out after I am done but it would be nice to see how the sliders affect each of the outputs in realtime.
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Old 10th May 2010, 08:27 PM   #1134
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The ability to pop out graphs to display several at the time would be nice and have been suggested before.
But from what I can gather it would be too much coding to implement right now.
Who knows, in the future some code might need some rework and it would make sense to implement a bunch of changes like that.
Bigger UI and some other stuff had been brought up as well.

A lot of suggestions have been shot down into the suggestion box with little hope at the time but then to appear gracefully in a later version
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Old 10th May 2010, 10:58 PM   #1135
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I periodically have gotten some discrepancies between regular plots and those in the Wizard..........
Hmm, went back and looked at this again and noticed Rg = 3.4 (no idea how this happened or why I would have inputted such), but the Wizard displays the proper Rg = 0.1. Changing the input screen to Rg = 0.1 calculated a different plot, but not the one I remember, though at least now the Wizard's plot mirrors it close enough. Still, the fact that it's so different from the previous Wizard plot implies that all's not right in Bitsville.

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Old 10th May 2010, 11:48 PM   #1136
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OK, in playing around a bit more, adding series R makes a mess of the response plot and when I fix it in the Wizard and save it, it's still a mess in the main response plot window.

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Old 11th May 2010, 07:20 AM   #1137
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OK, in playing around a bit more, adding series R makes a mess of the response plot and when I fix it in the Wizard and save it, it's still a mess in the main response plot window.
Hi GM,

Many thanks for the detailed description of the problem. I will investigate and let you know when it is fixed - the update I intended releasing today will be held back until then.

The thing that really has me puzzled is how the Wizard could show Rg = 0.10 when the main input parameters screen shows Rg = 3.40. When the Wizard is opened, it should simply copy in the values from the main screen.

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Old 11th May 2010, 08:33 PM   #1138
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Greets!

You're welcome, for sure it got my attention once I noticed it! Anyway, I noticed I was one revision behind, so installed it just now and it seems OK, so I guess my copy got corrupted somehow along the way.

Then again, I added/saved a new record from yesterday's bad one to experiment with and when I re-calc'd it just now, it's still wrong, though in the Wizard it shows both Rg = 3.4 and AFAIK the correct plot! So not sure if I should just delete it and assume the program's OK or has it still got a problem?

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Old 12th May 2010, 08:33 AM   #1139
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Then again, I added/saved a new record from yesterday's bad one to experiment with and when I re-calc'd it just now, it's still wrong, though in the Wizard it shows both Rg = 3.4 and AFAIK the correct plot! So not sure if I should just delete it and assume the program's OK or has it still got a problem?
Hi GM,

There is no need for you to delete your record. As of yesterday, the program still had a problem.

However - the bug you reported, and the error I found earlier in the combined response for a compound horn with a throat adaptor, have now both been fixed.

Thanks again for your valuable feedback - identifying the cause of the problem for me (non-zero Rg) made things just that much easier.

The latest Hornresp release is Product Number 2640-100512. Hopefully everything should work fine now :-).

Please let me know if you come across any other problems / anomalies.

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Old 12th May 2010, 08:37 AM   #1140
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Hi AJ Bertelson and David_Web,

Just letting you know that it is highly unlikely that multiple result windows will ever be provided with the Hornresp Loudspeaker Wizard.

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