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Hi Aleksey,

I must say this is one of my all time favorite EQ plug-in, but I think that working with the points could be easier.  What would really be nice is a way to optionally snap to various frequencies and dB values on the grid by dragging a point with the mouse.  Also, I would like to see precisely on the status bar where the point is on the grid if a single point is selected with the mouse; As it stands, the mouse over function is too broad to determine exactly where the point is.

Thanks

Ozzie


Well, snapping is available already - you may lock the control point position by left-clicking on the control point and turning it into red.  Control point position readout is also available - when you drag the control point it displays its position.

I understand that you can lock the points for vertical moment by inverting the blue to red, but I would not call that a snap to function.  Let say the red point is at -9dBFs and I would like to move it to -6dBFs, it's very difficult to drag precisely to -6dBF on the grid.

The bottom line here is that the interface is difficult to work with.  The other point is, what if I want to know what frequency and what amplitude does the red point contain at its current location.  If I try and mouse over the the red point the values are all over the place.  I'm just looking for an easier way to work with the interface.


Thank you, I will take a note about these inconveniences and try to refine them in the next major version.  However, I'm not really interested in implementing snapping you are talking about - there really is little sense in it for mastering and mixing applications.

You are right, the snapping is more of a nicety rather than a necessity, but being able to precisely know where the point position lie is extremely important.

Again, thank you for your attention to this matter and I look forward the next upgrade.

Ozzie


OK, you are welcome!
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