Anonymous is correct, the bandwidth slider is broken. For larger values (greater than 96kbit/s) it always puts a lower number into the sqlite database than what the GUI shows. I can work around this by using sqlite to manually put the correct value into the SQLite database but the next time I use YuLLi it will revert back to incorrect values. Some examples:
GUI Says, Value Written to SQLite DB
130kb/s , 104000
120kb/s , 96000
Ok i see now, the GUI value is being multiplied by 800. The value should be multiplied by 1000 since you are not converting bits to bytes. The conversion is kbit/s to bits per second. Ie. a slider value of 130kbit/s should result in 130000 not 104000.
The mumble client's GUI supports up to "124.8kbit/s" and the murmur documentation says it supports up to 130000 bits per second. I think having the slider max out at 130kbit/s is a good call but the value should be multiplied by 1000 not 800 to get the correct value.