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    Maximum Bitrate wysocki's Avatar
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    Volume % is linear, not tapered

    Not sure that this is a bug, but I noticed the volume control makes HUGE jump in level at the lower percentages (like when going from 4% to 8%) but there's hardly any change at all between like 75% and 100%. This is apparently due to the linear vs tapered algorithms used to set the volume. Is this something that can be changed in FP?

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    I just wish the Volume and Wave Volume would be linked
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    Quote Originally Posted by antimatter
    I just wish the Volume and Wave Volume would be linked
    I wrote a program for that. Search !
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    Adjusting Volume Level According to Master Volume

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