The release of 0.999 is located here.
This release adds the ability to add one or two cursors to the main display. The cursor control box is located beneath the Run/Stop control:
When you turn-on C1, you will add the first cursor to the display IF a trace is present.
The added cursor is show above, There are two elements to be aware of. First, is the “1” marker. This is the yellow box highlighted by label “A”. You can grab this box and move it left or right and place it as you see fit. The X,Y values associated with the cursor are shown in the legend highlighted by “B”.
The cursor can be off screen to facilitate measurements on very zoomed regions. If you need to bring it back to the visible part of the screen, just press the “Center” button.
Each cursor can be associated with the Left or Right display. You indicate what you want the cursor attached to using the Left or Right buttons in the cursor control box.
The cursor also works in the time domain display. Below the cursors are using to measure the time between zero crossings, and we can see the time and also 1/time in the legend.
If you zoom in on a trace using the mouse to drag a region, then you can “back out” of that zoom by pressing the back button on your mouse OR by pressing the arrow that shows up in the lower right corner of the graph display. As you press the button (mouse or on-screen back arrow), you’ll step back through all your different zooms until you are back home. The on-screen arrow makes it easy to back up on touch screens.
At any time, you can zoom to the full display extents by pressing either the “Time” or “Freq” button in the Display Options control block.
You now have the ability to specify your THD and THDN default preferences. These are global settings and are located in the THD and THDN context menus (right click or click and hold on the THD measurement button to open THD context menu).
The 0.999 release is on Github. See the release notes at the link for other fixes and changes.