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Subject: Re: idea to improve the peak meter reliability
From: langhaarrocker (phil_at_x-phobie.de)
Date: 2002-10-24


On Thu, 24 Oct 2002 09:59:10 +0200, "BoD" <BoD_at_BoDLand.com> wrote:

>> I can do that if it is really what we want. It's not very problematic.
>> The biggest problem is how to explain the average user the difference
>> of:
>> no peak meter == save energy
>> normal peak meter == waste a little energy
>> precise peak meter == waste a little more energy
>
>Well that's not that difficult to understand :) more accurate = more energy.
>This just has to default to no or normal peak and maybe display a warning
>when changing the setting, and document the differences on the user manual.

And now put that into a self explaining menu entry in the General
Settings -> Display -> Peak meter menu. Any suggestions?
:)

Phil



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