"Low - Equivalent to approximately 24 kbit/s (HE-AACv2 format). Normal – Equivalent to approximately 96kbit/s (Ogg Vorbis format). High – Equivalent to approximately 160kbit/s (Ogg Vorbis format). Very high – Equivalent to approximately 320kbit/s (Ogg Vorbis format). Automatic – Dependent on your network connection. "
24 kbps is too low in my opinion. But I imagine it's the way to go on 2G/3G networks. ~36-48 kbps will be considerably better. Parametric stereo is quite bad in headphones.
Last post by Case - @no9 - new version uploaded that only disables waveform rendering. Previous version turned the render loop fully off so cursor had to be blanked or it would have stayed in one place.
Do you mean default splitters used in the DUI? Default UI calls UI pieces "elements", Columns UI uses term panels and has third party panel splitter(s) available. The component scales itself to any panel size it is given and doesn't resize anything. If you think there's a bug somewhere I need more clear instructions.
Yes I was referring to default splitters and elements, sorry for any confusion. I have sent you a private message with more details.