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  1. I fully understand that. I think however that it would be better to allow interface to scroll (horizontally and vertically) rather than to overlap controls - do you think it would be possible?
  2. I tried (briefly) to search the forum for a problem like this but didn't find anything so here it goes the report: the tone controls screen doesn't scale well in certain scenarios: divided screen mode on Samsung Galaxy or when an app in a pop-up mode is resized beyond certain size. Please look at the attached screenshots.
  3. There are several system sound settings in Galaxy S9+: Dolby Atmos, simple and advanced equalizer, three tweaks like UHQ scaler and then the sound adapt. I didn't use sound adapt but the other settings like Atmos and equalizer to change the sound to the point when I was sure if MusicFX button works or not.
  4. OK, I understand - but then the UI is somewhat erratic: I can enable the button regardless of the DVC state even if we know that the system sound settings won't work with DVC. Regardless of the DVC state, switching the button on or off doesn't change anything. I see three ways of fixing UI behaviour: The easiest way of fix would be to replace the MusicFX button with a link to system sound settings. The link should work when DVC is off, when DVC is on the link should be greyed out. The link itself could be activated from within the settings (as it is the case with the MusicFX button now). The more complicated way of fix would be to disable (grey out) the button when DVCis on and enable the button only when the DVC is off - and making it actually switch the system sound settings on or off (if it can be done - I don't know). The third way of fixing it would be to change the button function from "enable or disable system sound settings" (that doesn't work anyway) with "shortcut to enable or disable DVC from within UI". Then if DVC is off, long pressing the button would take user to the system sound settings. If DVC is on, long press would not work or inform a user that system sound setting won't have any effect unless DVC is off. I think any of the options above would make Poweramp's UI slightly more coherent - I would prefer option 3. 🙂
  5. On my phone (Samsung Galaxy S9+, Exynos variant) the MusicFX button doesn't change the sound at all. I noticed that to use system sound settings (Dolby Atmos, tone controls etc.) I have to disable DVC. However when DVC is disabled then system sound settings are in effect regardless of the state of the MusicFX button - pressing the button doesn't change the sound. Similarly, when DVC is on, the system sound settings don't work and it doesn't matter if the MusicFX is on or off. Currently the only useful function of this button is opening system sound settings after a long press. Would it be possible to fix it so the button actually works - or if it cannot be fixed - so the button is disabled in certain situations?
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