On Tue, 2010-09-07 at 19:34 +0100, Folderol wrote:
Never going to happen. Numbers are the worst possible way to represent
an "analogue" value.
I don't care if Fc is 1752.7Hz - I care if it's "about quarter up".
> In the real world you grab a knob with your fingers and have real
Instant visual recognition of configured values.
> A compact 2000 step spin box would be rather hard (and expensive) to
I can show you a compact 2000-step spin box -
Okay, so the least-significant digit is only ever 0 or 5, and not all of
the ten possibilities for the most-significant digit are valid. Have
you never seen those thumbwheel switches before? They crop up on old
external SCSI drives. I have one of those radios sitting on my bench
right in front of me ;-)
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