- Improved (fine tuned) the Volume knob behaviour to prevent bigger steps of volume changes when turning the knob with slow and medium speed
I gather you are referring to this issue.
Originally, testing indicated the behaviour to be close to identical to the previously described behaviour.
However, after running the volume control through its entire range, this no longer seems to be the case.
Regarding 1, the notches are clearly individually recognisable at low, medium and high angular speed and the indicated level changes follow them tightly, i.e. there are not many or even any unintentional level jumps that cannot be explained by 2.
Regarding 2, I assume, this can arise from the encoder not being settled in a notch and either bouncing a notch forwards or backwards if the grip on the knob is insufficiently tight or after letting go of the knob. Since the resulting acceleration might be greater than the acceleration for the intended volume change, this could indeed lead to relatively large volume changes that can go both up and down.
Unless the problem arises again, due to factors not covered with regards to 2, I will see this issue as having been resolved for me.