Firmware update instructions do not start with the proper method for ejecting the SD Card if the unit is powered on.
Your first sentence says it is not necessary to power down during the update and then you tell the user to Power up in the third slide.
Orientation of the instructions; I read left to right and then on the second line read step 2 - Japanese orientation?
You inform the user that copying the firmware anywhere on the SD Card is fine, I’d give the hint that the user might want to keep a directory for various firmware versions if they are following development branches so they can move between versions or even for keeping 48kHz and 96kHz versions readily accessible.
Technically difficult at the moment since this unit exceeds the width of a screen. I’ll see what I can do though.
Yes, that is the idea. If you click on the Control Type you will be taken to another page (Unit Anatomy) which will (as time goes on) get more details on how each control works, especially how modulation works via subchains. For example, if you click on the Gain/Bias type:
That’s it…I’m toast, finished, unqualified to be human today. I was thinking 0.2.04 and that Brian was on the march from 0.2.16 while his internal future firmware had already moved 24 revision forward beyond what he shares with the community.
I wish! Almost as soon as I press the compile button, I throw the firmware at you all. Often resulting in embarrassing moments like “Uh, you broke the firmware update screen and now I can’t downgrade my firmware.”