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- Fixed some crashes due to absence of any audio drivers/devices.
- Fixed issues related to number format differences across cultures.
- Fixed issue #29 regarding error reported for missing 'My Documents\LiveSPICE\Components' folder on a fresh install.
- Added new switch components (SPDT, SP3T). The previous Switch component is deprecated. Use the "Group" property to indicate switches controlled together as in a multiple pole switch. The new switches can be controlled during simulation.
- Renamed "Standard" components to "Generic"
- Redesigned simulation audio controls to better map to input and output components
- Added the ability to set input components to test signal expressions (e.g. Sin[1000_2_Pi*t] for a 1000 Hz sine wave)
- Fixed some snags with focus after typing in text boxes
- More responsive controls (e.g. potentiometers) during simulation.
- Fixed unresponsiveness issue when too many oscilloscope probes are added to the simulation.
- Fixed sporadic crash on ending the simulation when using windows audio driver.
- Frequency and note estimation should be more stable and easier to use for tuning.
- Much improved numerical stability during simulations. This should prevent most "Simulation diverged" errors that happen, especially those resulting from sudden loud input signals (e.g. picking the strings harder than normal on a guitar).
- Much better op-amp model; model now includes single pole and (working) saturation. Also added several op-amp components to the library.
- Added controller components for more explicit voltage/current controlled sources.
- Fixed some issues with ASIO4ALL and other devices blocking eachother.
- Improved error handling/reporting options
- Small optimizations to circuit analysis, improved responsiveness of potentiometer adjustments
- Optimizations to the schematic editor, moving circuit elements is more responsive.
- Uninstalling previous versions of LiveSPICE is strongly recommended. Several breaking changes were necessary to support SPICE model compatibility.
- Added some SPICE model support (D, NPN, PNP). Simply copy and paste a SPICE library into the Documents\LiveSPICE\Components folder to use the SPICE model definitions in LiveSPICE. Note that the LiveSPICE model is a subset of the full SPICE model, most of the SPICE model parameters are ignored.
- Added potentiometer controls to the simulation schematic for adjusting pots/variable resistors during simulation.
- Changed the schematic file extension to .schx (from .xml).
- New compiler delivers major performance improvements, some circuits see up to 2.5x faster simulation.
- Fixed build problem when multiple input channels are mapped to the same input component, input channels are added to the target input component.