SA.minus updated source code kxl binary Changes: * added settings status window (F2) * added different "band curve" modes (Ctrl+B, see details below) * fixed missing "infinite hold" (Crtl+I) command * added "always on top" toggle (Ctrl+A) * fixed other minor bugs * some source code clean-up I also included the colour schemes posted here in the kxl package (i hope it's OK i did it without asking first, kick me if it's not) Note this version is incompatible with the settings saved within kxmixer by previous SA.minus versions - so if you value your current settings make sure to save them as default (or [0...9]) preset before installing this update. "Band curve" mode details: The "band curve" mode (more correctly to be named as "band separation" but that sounds awful to me) is a combination of the two SA settings - the "band intersection" (which is simply a filter band width defined as the level at neighbour bands crossover frequency) and the "band leak compensation" (which is a sort of "magic" peak data postprocessing used to reduce the effects of the interband crosstalk :duh. Well, basically speaking, these modes determine the accuracy and (as a secondary effect) the smoothness/sharpness of the peak display. See this table for a quick "band curve" mode comparison. For a compatibility with the previous versions, the default mode is "I" (band intersection -6dB, band leak compensation off), though the most precise one (and hence recommended) is the "Mode IV" (band intersection -3dB, band leak compensation on). Note that the "band leak compensation" significally affects perceived peak display dynamics so (with the option turned on) you will likely need to increase visible level range by 15...25dB (and probably decrease peak decay speed a little).