@Bojcha, thank you for the list of issues, we'll look into them and fix them ASAP.
As for your issues with the new gui:
new gui might be way better if at some point things got simplified and useless stuff removed. And naah, 'basic' modes are not that!
We cannot remove most "useless stuff" because if people are using it, their sound will change.
We can hide it if it isn't used.
Which we do.
If you haven't noticed, then we're probably doing a good job.
Could you specify which "stuff" you regard as "useless" so that we can take a look?
Furthermore, the new gui has done away with operating modes, so I don't know why you brought that up.
It's pointless to ask someone what's wrong with newgui, many things are.
It's easy to say "me no like, it stoopid" but the only reply you're gonna get to that is "we do like, kthxbye".
Make a list of all those things that in your opinion are wrong, please.
It firstly need to be simplyfied,
simplified. We hide the advanced stuff behind unfolders or in popup pages.
If there's stuff visible that you think should be hidden, or the other way around, please use this beta as an opportunity to let us know
People don't know to even use old one wich is still way faster for navigation, you cannot justify that i see RF spectrum analyzer, even if i dont use it and don't care about it, and in same time i don't see how my AGC is doing.
In what way does the old gui have faster navigation, other than that you're used to where settings are in the old gui and not (yet) used to where they are in the new one?
You'll only see the RF spectrum on the pages "FM Transmitter" and "Advanced clipper" (it's folded by default in the latter).
The reasoning behind that, as you so aptly describe, is that nobody should care about it when setting up anything else. Nobody wants to see the RF spectrum when setting up the AGC, you're completely right about that.
But the other way around: when you're setting up the FM transmitter, you shouldn't care about how your AGC is doing. And if you do care, just go to any processing dynamics page and it'll be right there.
We're planning to build an overview page where every scope is visible.
Also those drop down/minimized menus, why th are they minimized when there IS reserved space for it vs current windows size.
They are minimized to reduce the number of settings on screen. Even if there's enough room to show them, we don't want to show them because in our opinion, that would make the interface less simple.
In the new gui, there's no such thing as reserved space. There either is space left or there isn't (in which case there's a scrollbar).
We don't want to compulsively fill up remaining space, as that is a major factor in perceived difficulty of use.
While we truly appreciate all the valuable feedback you're giving and have given throughout the years (we really do), I have to make something abundantly clear:
We are only human. We make mistakes, we forget things. Our "not fixing current settings/filters" isn't with malicious intent. We don't "keep bugs" just to spite you or anyone. We don't willfully ignore you and you never have to "beg" for anything.
Our time is finite. Hans works his ass off. And he does so on many things that you, as a regular user (however advanced), will never see or know about.
For me, while I love working at Thimeo, I have felt a lot of stress because of comments that are set in the tone that many of yours are.
I have a great deal of patience, Hans even more so, but believe me when I say:
We are losing patience with the way that you are talking to us.