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Old 5th November 2011, 04:58 PM   #2401
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While not wishing to put a dampener on your endeavours,
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I suspect that what you are trying to do, cannot be done, unfortunately... :-(.
I think you might be right with the limited specs of the quoted driver anyway. Maybe with a bit more data with other drivers ? Anyway no harm in trying, or preventing the creative processes from flowing I myself have found, & noticed in others over the years, that often interesting & useful things etc can/do/have come from thinking out of the box, and/or laterally etc as well as logically, no matter how crazy etc it appears at the time ! The downside is it "can" attract negative comments etc from "some" people but it's wise to ignore them

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Not sure that I understand :-).
I was reffering to the eight character limitation in HR. But as you say,

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don’t worry, as the rounded value of 2.08E-04 will be close enough.
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Exactly - now you've got it :-).
Better late than never

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Sometimes though, ignorance can be bliss :-).
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Old 6th November 2011, 11:17 AM   #2402
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Hi David, I'm not sure if anyone else has mentioned any problems with this but the window for Particle Velocity appears around 2/3 size of the main Hornresp window and unresizable.

The graph and controls are partially obscured and I can't alter the window to properly see the results.

I'm running on XP SP3 at 1920x1080 if that's any help!
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Old 7th November 2011, 05:34 AM   #2403
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Dear Mr. McBean:
Is there any possibility to have the option of writing the values of S and L in the scientific notation as is for the Cms value too?
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Old 7th November 2011, 07:17 AM   #2404
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Hi David, I'm not sure if anyone else has mentioned any problems with this but the window for Particle Velocity appears around 2/3 size of the main Hornresp window and unresizable.

The graph and controls are partially obscured and I can't alter the window to properly see the results.

I'm running on XP SP3 at 1920x1080 if that's any help!
Hi chucky12,

Thanks for the feedback - you are the first person to report this problem. The Particle Velocity form should display as shown in the attachment, and be just slightly smaller that the main Hornresp form. It cannot be resized.

I run XP also. I tried increasing my screen resolution to the maximum, but could not replicate the problem you are experiencing.

Do you still have the problem when you reduce your screen resolution?

Is the Particle Velocity form the only one that has the problem - is the Wavefront Simulator form okay, for example?

Would it be possible for you to post a screenprint of the incorrectly displayed form?

If anyone else has experienced a similar problem, could they please let me know.

Thanks and kind regards,

David
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Old 7th November 2011, 07:31 AM   #2405
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XP SP3 1920x1080 is OK here.
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Old 7th November 2011, 07:44 AM   #2406
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Is there any possibility to have the option of writing the values of S and L in the scientific notation as is for the Cms value too?
Hi witasso,

Because Hornresp area and length values cannot be less than 0.00 or greater than 99999.99, and because of the eight-character input limit, there is little to be gained by expressing the S and L values in scientific notation. Also, the number of significant figures would be unnecessarily reduced. For example, an area of 12345.67 sq cm would be automatically rounded to 1.23E+04 or 12300.00.

Furthermore, it would complicate matters when inter-working with the Loudspeaker Wizard tool.

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Old 7th November 2011, 07:47 AM   #2407
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XP SP3 1920x1080 is OK here.
Excellent - thanks Dan.

It seems that chucky12 may have a problem unique to his computer.

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Old 7th November 2011, 09:45 AM   #2408
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Hello David,

Too bad it cannot be done on S (and L) because one of the negative consequences is the impossibility to design a Le Cléac'h horn having an Fc lesser than 80Hz...

Best regards from Paris, France

Jean-Michel Le Cléac'h


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Hi witasso,

Because Hornresp area and length values cannot be less than 0.00 or greater than 99999.99, and because of the eight-character input limit, there is little to be gained by expressing the S and L values in scientific notation. Also, the number of significant figures would be unnecessarily reduced. For example, an area of 12345.67 sq cm would be automatically rounded to 1.23E+04 or 12300.00.

Furthermore, it would complicate matters when inter-working with the Loudspeaker Wizard tool.

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David
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Old 7th November 2011, 01:11 PM   #2409
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Do you still have the problem when you reduce your screen resolution?

Is the Particle Velocity form the only one that has the problem - is the Wavefront Simulator form okay, for example?
Mine's fine, but FWIW, this happened to me with the impulse response screen way back when and uninstalling HR and DLing/installing it again solved the problem.

Nice to know I'm not the only one with a weird XP machine, even this fresh install on a different computer has its quirks, though not all the same as before............ [SP2, 1024x768]. FWIW, mine is an early multiple registered copy of XP rather than a retail single user copy.

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Old 7th November 2011, 04:42 PM   #2410
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Re - Inputting TSP etc as scientific characters.

In ALL the hundreds & hundreds of drivers specs i've looked at over the years, i can't recall ANY manufacturer listing them in such terms ! So for people to then have to convert them to input into HR etc, is & would be IMO, an inconvience.

I do however take note of what Jmmlc said.

"If" at some point in the future, we could choose to input in either/or terms, then that would surely satisfy everybody I think i know what you're going to say though, & it begins with - It's not .........

Re - Particle Velocity

I'm using XP/SP2 & this is Exactly how it appears to me.
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