Some good news….
@lion (aka @lxa520), the programmer at Radioddity who wrote the official GD-77 CPS, has got in touch with me, and highlighted a few bugs in their code and also one in my code.
I don’t know whether Radioddity are going to incorporate any of my changes (additions etc) into the official CPS or whether they are just going to tell me if they find a bug in their own code, which I have not noticed.
They’ve told me about 1 bug in their original code, which didn’t seem to cause any problem, but was potentially a reason the codeplug could get screwed up sometimes.
They pointed out a code in my Zone Move Up/Down code, which I have fixed and will be in the next release when I have batched all the changes into one release.
@lion also said they have changed the way the CPS handles the tone settings file (tone.txt) and they have removed the option of “None” from that file, but I can see in the CPS 3.1.0 Beta that “None” still appears in the list.
So there must be some other programming changes in 3.1.0 to somehow add “None” to the list even though its not in Tone.txt any more.
It could be that removing “None” from Tone.txt is their fix for the Admit Criteria bug which I’ve already fixed. But I’ll need to ask them why they removed it…
@lion has asked me for some general feedback on the CPS, so if anyone has any feedback you’d like to pass on to Radioddity, please post a comment.
I’m not sure if @lion is still reading the blog, but I can repost comments via github.
You’re welcome to post feature requests, but I have no idea whether Radioddity have any time or budget to add features.