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September 29, 2016 at 11:33 am in reply to: Future of The DPS #64953
Hi… Do we need to reinstall the purchased DPS 1.0.7 in order to get an automatic upgrade to the full version of DPS 2.0 rather than waiting for the public release?October 25, 2013 at 11:56 am in reply to: DPS 2.0 Redesign Mission Statement #64030
Hi… Just a couple of suggestions for you:
1. I would love the look and feel to match the OS GUI. I appreciate your designers will throw their coloured pencils in the air at the suggestion, but it would look so much more professional. Just to add insult to injury; I have to be honest that the iOS app really does look horrible, especially the opening nine icons.
2. iOS: Driving the app takes quite a bit of practice to know where you are, where you want to go, and how to get back again. There’s got to be a simpler way? For example: Put the EQ together with the profile selection so all settings are together in one place (icon top-left). Move home key/browser to bottom-left. Move album browser to bottom-right. Move help to settings or home screen.
3. Mac: Rather than a separate Profiles and Settings tabs, have all profiles available for selection in Settings. It’s clunky to install the profile then go over to Settings to select and tweak. Merge About and Activation into one tab – once I’ve activated I don’t really need to see that ever again.
4. Mac: From the Menu Bar drop-down, have the Top 5 or most recent profiles available to select when you mouse-over Built-In, Desktop or Headphones (like Output Device already does). Or better still, your favourite saved profile+EQ settings.
I’m sure I can think of more 😉September 5, 2013 at 4:36 pm in reply to: Feature Requests #64094
#1: I generally use two sets of earphones – Apple standard for Skype/Lync, or Shure SE535 for listening to music/movies. Likewise for plug-in desktop speakers – Minirig or into Audiolab pre/power-amps. For each of these I have a preferred profile+EQ settings so I’d like to be able to save my settings and switch between them quickly without having to remember which profile and adjust the EQ each time. It could be that you want to use the same profile more than one, but with different EQ settings.
#2: Fantastic! iOS as well to make it look more native?
#3: Maybe a ‘guru’ button on the EQ screen that allows you to tweak the most important parameters? A config file would please me, but it might limit the number of people prepared to mess around.
All the best 🙂