We surely aren't talking about the same thing, or I am missing something myself. We have NINE squares in the lower part of the window. Those are the "nodes" I am referring to. The "nodes" you are talking about are for drawing waveforms. I certainly am not interested in drawing waveforms, but if I was, it wouldn't certainly be through "double clicking". And no matter how many "nodes" you create above, you still only get NINE squares. Those are the " nodes" that will contain waveforms which the wavetable will scan through. And nine is not enough, IMO.
I usually create wavetables by importing and analysing wave files. To implement a dialog box upon wave import asking how many "nodes" we want to analyse the file would be in order.
I am in both Windows 7 and Windows10, and I can test in OS X too, BTW, but I don't believe that would matter to the subject. And I am using exclusively the standalone.
EDIT: And double clicking after choosing Init just crashed the application. Why is this installed in Program Data folder, anyway? This certainly isn't the right folder to install a standalone application, and probably the reason why I couldn't open WAV files this morning, when I was working in Windows 7.