A picture is worth a thousand words or so the saying goes. I figured that in this instance, that would be true. So, I logged into the test server Singularity, SiSi for short, and made a quick video of some of the enhancements currently in testing.
This video shows you what the new display menus for system and route currently look like. It also discusses the route painted on the star box a la connect the dots and what that entails for the future.
Oh, and I recently picket up this annoying Chinese water torture like sound in my audio and can’t get it out. If anyone can tell me what the hell that electronic dit-dit-dit-dit-dah noise is (and it’s not Morse Code, I know Morse,) and how to get rid of it I’d be very grateful. The crackling is unfortunately an artifact of my cheap headset when the microphone is put into loop-back so I can capture the audio. Sorry about that. I’ll be upgrading soon.
EDIT 1/30/13: The sound is gone tonight. The only difference in the electronics in the house? We moved the First Response base station we use for our 93 year old Aunt (push a button on a pendant, it calls for help – think “I’ve fallen and I can’t get up!”) back to it’s original location in her bedroom. Last week we moved it into the kitchen so we could paint the room this week. We set it up next to the coffee pot, but I think more importantly, the telephone base station which was subsequently plugged into it in relay. Two transceivers connected to the phone line transmitting on similar frequencies? Yeah, I believe that’s were the interference came from. I am so happy it’s gone now. Good thing I ordered the Sennheiser PC350 headset at lunch! 8D