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Would be possible to rewire USB onto a TRRRS cable? Would that have any advantages or disadvantages?
Sadly the device is like $1200 and I can't afford one to take it appart und look what's inside. But I wouldn't be surprised to just find an USB drive combined with some overengineered parts and a nice case.
A button is "live" and must respond to state changes. It's easy for things built in to fb2k like stop after current etc because the SDK provides the functionality. It's not so easy for 3rd parties to implement their own. It's obviously possible given that foo_skip supports it but then Case is one of the most knowledgable devs around with regards to the inner workings of the SDK.
I'd probably add a utils.GetCountryFlag method or similar for when JS without title format is required,
v0.5.0.0 Frequency range configuration.Yup. Copy/Paste error. The low frequency is read twice from the CUI configuration. I'll release a hot fix.
There appears to be a problem with the storage of the Frequency range.
After specifying 20.00 to 96000.00 in the settings (image 1) and once exiting Foobar 2.1 Preview, the saved settings are 96000.00 to 20000.00 (image 2).
In v0.4.2.1, the settings were saved successfully. The same was also true after initialisation by clicking the Reset button.
as I still have the same problem with settings window, maybe you could try to change the position of "OK, reset..." buttons to the side of the window (upper part of the window) or maybe change the position of some setting in order to make the window wider but flatter?
It is OK when settings are 100%, it is only visible with bottom bar hidden with 125% and it is never visible with 150%. I have to be at 150%.
This video explains what dithering does. Don't miss the conclusion at the end.
Digital Show & Tell ("Monty" Montgomery @ xiph.org)