Re: [LAD] [LAU] mudita24 1.02 -- improved envy24control mixer/router for ice1712-based sound-cards

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Date: Tuesday, August 10, 2010 - 6:37 pm

On August 10, 2010 10:06:17 am you wrote:

I will shrink the meters slightly, simply to align better with
the slider scales.
Uh, if you don't mind, I actually want to increase the mixer sliders to
around -60dB, instead of -48dB which I think may be a wee bit too high.
The meters will only be as long as the -48dB mark,
but the sliders will be longer, if it doesn't look too bad and there's
enough room.

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> One "regression" in your change: formerly, you could click within the

Agreed. Good idea. Will try to allow that. Should be straight forward.

I totally neglected the mouse wheel! (I use a trackball).
Will investigate to make sure wheel works OK.

I am aware of the issues when clicking on a slider, or moving
it with the mouse. I'm working on it.
Part of the problem with the sliders is that they operate with
floating point. If you click on a slider it outputs a fractional
value even if it's already on an integer value, especially
when the slider is stretched.
When you click on a slider, it sometimes goes back one fractional
step, which may be enough to cause it to go back one integer step.

I need to round() some of the values at several places in my code,
but when I tried it I got a pre-c99 compiler warning about
warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function ‘round’.
So I left it alone. Perhaps with your -lm fix this will go away,
or else we can just modernize the build as 'c99 compatible'.

With proper rounding some of these issues might go away.

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Good idea. I'm not sure what the correct course of action is.
Let's see what the ALSA community recommends.
I was only thinking of folks with old distros+gtk who might want
to use mudita24. (Alas, that might not be possible.)
That's why completely replacing envy24control with mudita24 worried me a bit.

This has been an interesting summer project!
Mudita24 is an important app, as you say, especially for those with expensive
professional envy24-based gear. The meters, the markings, the feel. Good!

Tim.

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