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PostPosted: Tue Jun 18, 2024 7:41 pm 

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Since Beta 10.31-016 (June 7 2024) right-click on the RF-spectrum analyzer won't reset peak-hold values no more (Windows standalone 64-bit).
BTW, since around that version also loading the GUI upon startup takes substantially more time than with previous versions.


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 18, 2024 9:18 pm 
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Since Beta 10.31-016 (June 7 2024) right-click on the RF-spectrum analyzer won't reset peak-hold values no more (Windows standalone 64-bit).
I believe when posting issues about current betas, it's best to post the issue in the beta thread so Hans will see it and pass it along. I don't think the Bug Reports section gets checked until a release happens, as they get feedback from so many sources.

I told Tom about this right-click issue the other day, and he says it's fixed in an upcoming build (just not 022).

As for the GUI taking longer to open, I can't say I've noticed this on my machine. But they just changed the way code was shared between plugins, so I imagine it needs more optimization. Letting Tom know as well.


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 18, 2024 9:31 pm 

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Since Beta 10.31-016 (June 7 2024) right-click on the RF-spectrum analyzer won't reset peak-hold values no more (Windows standalone 64-bit).
I believe when posting issues about current betas, it's best to post the issue in the beta thread so Hans will see it and pass it along. I don't think the Bug Reports section gets checked until a release happens, as they get feedback from so many sources.

I told Tom about this right-click issue the other day, and he says it's fixed in an upcoming build (just not 022).

As for the GUI taking longer to open, I can't say I've noticed this on my machine. But they just changed the way code was shared between plugins, so I imagine it needs more optimization. Letting Tom know as well.
Hi, you're right; this should be in the beta-thread indeed. Will do so for future issues, if any!


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