GUI enhancement for editor

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  1. Feedbacker2

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    • ability to hide the amp controls so when you are editing parameters of the effects you don't have to keep scrolling down all the time
    • make the GUI full screen it does not resize properly hence the need to always scroll down
    • get rid of negative values on the control either something is at zero or 100 not some crazy negative numbers that is not intuitive and is hard to read especially when you trying to program cc from a midi pedal which goes from 1-127
    • a simplified view for the delay 99% of the time you only want to see the parameters for one delay
    • When you change program on the unit the editor should change to that program number else you can end up very confused
    • rename echo to DEL
    • rename boost to DRIVE or DIST
    • have a little graphic explaining the different PEQ modes as you change to them
    • Allow the names in the GUI to be longer than the names on the unit
    • a selection of wah settings you can select based off the classics same for other FXs
    • have a panel to show incoming cc messages
     
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    Matt Well-Known Member

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    Please don’t!!! A negative db value has real meaning.
     
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    dB has far more meaning than an arbitrary numeric scale, and is easier to trace along the virtual signal chain than those arbitrary ones. Not everything is positive boost; some things are subtractive and need to be that way. Having a negative and positive acts more like a mixer, with the 0 representing unity gain. Far, far more useful for me the way it is.
     

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