Now that I've seen a picture of this, I see it, too.
However, this bug has characteristics of something I always saw in
v2.039: I would sometimes see the spectrum sweep get "swept out" from
right to left. It would get completely cleared, only to reappear less
than a second later. I never knew what caused -- I never noticed
anything in particular caused it, though I sometimes thought it
occurred when there was a particularly potent static crash. I was
never bothered or much concerned by it. I've seen similar behavior
when the spectrum display goes to all red: the white part of the
spectrum trace is swept out from right to left, only to reappear very
Kim Elmore N5OP
At 03:21 PM 3/9/2009, you wrote:
>Didn't someone point out that a type of sound card software uses a red
>screen to indicate when there has been an overload in the signal path?
>A number of sound card programs work this way. Transient signals have
>been reported just before someone notices the red screen. I would say
>this is a reasonable warning signal that too much gain, or a very large
>transient has been received.
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