Re: [BPQ32] bpq32 console
- Ken, thanks. You too, John, with your reassertion in another message on this subject.I went through the li'l windows and VOILA! Thar she be all along.Honest, I went through the reads, maybe not as carefully as I should have and also didn't gothrough the windows like I did just now. It's all there, just in a different format, sort of.Hmmm, I CAN be one of the "stereotypicals" when I try. I now have a clear exampleof "sheepishness."Howard W6IDSRichmond, IN EM79NV----- Original Message -----From: Ken JacobsSent: Thursday, April 05, 2012 4:00 PMSubject: Re: [BPQ32] bpq32 console
The new BPQ Console window has all the functions that were there before.
The top menu changes depending on which ACTIVE window you have highlighted. Soooo...if you click on the BPQ Console window inside the main frame...you will see the menu change at the top and you will find the SAVE and REREAD options and everything else you are missing.
If you click on another window and make it active, the top menu will change again....giving you all the functions for that particular screen.
KenOn Thu, Apr 5, 2012 at 12:56 PM, W6IDS <w6ids@...> wrote:What you're not seeing is the option to simply re-read the configuration and reload. It was therein versions past - I don't see it in the last one or this one.Howard W6IDSRichmond, IN Em79NV----- Original Message -----From: K.O. HiggsSent: Thursday, April 05, 2012 1:02 PMSubject: Re: [BPQ32] bpq32 console
I know about that... but I want a way that is convenient .... that I won't have to dig thru all those (in my case) mostly unused pages of stuff looking for it.
On 4/5/2012 11:51 AM, Jay WS7I wrote:
On the console click on window --> Close all BPQ32 Programs
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