I've had a number of heart problems for quite a few years now and unfortunately, things have been getting progressively worse. I no longer seem to respond to a lot of the medication I've been taking and my Cardiologist has advised me that I need to curtail all unnecessary activity, both physical and mental. Unfortunately that includes my active participation in the forums and the myriads of side activities resulting from that. I deeply regret that I'm going to have to reduce my level of involvement rather abruptly. I have truly enjoyed the many lively discussions we've had and I have both learned a lot and benefited greatly from our interchanges. I will truly treasure the kind remarks that so many of you have posted. I am also sorry for the few situations when I got a little rankled with some of you. We all have our bad days and I hope you can forgive me for mine.
As far as SIPS is concerned, I am about half-way through incorporating the first two enhancements mentioned in the 'SIPS Enchancement Thread'. I will try to finish these and then release the next version (V110) but I have no idea of how long that will take me. If and when I get it done, I will post it along with updated documentation. I had intended to post more information as to why I am overhauling the User Preset system but that will now have to wait until I can update the User's Guide for V110. I had also planned to continue the technical discussion and try to resolve the 'big release sample triggering issue'. From that, I had hoped we could decide whether or not to include any RT support in V110. Right now, I don't know if I will be able to pursue that issue any more. However, V105 was released with a very comprehensive documentation package, so even if I can't make any further contribution to SIPS at all, I'm sure that someone like Nils will be able to pick up where I leave off if that seems a worthwhile thing to do.
I am truly sorry to have to do something like this so abruptly, but, I really have no choice in the matter and I hope you will all understand.
May God Bless all of you,