RE: [BPQ32] "Close All Programs" options. [1 Attachment]
- I personally hate "Are you sure" pop ups.. But that is just me.. lol
From: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com [mailto:BPQ32@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Mike
Sent: Friday, April 06, 2012 9:56 AM
Subject: RE: [BPQ32] "Close All Programs" options. [1 Attachment]
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In the BPQ32.dll console window, you can uncheck ENABLE IGATE
BTW I like the idea of desktop close all BPQ32 Programs, but to satisfy all
I think a optional
User check box in bpq32 console Warning should be added (Are You Sure)
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On Behalf Of Peter - ZL2BAU
Sent: Friday, April 06, 2012 6:18 AM
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Subject: Re: [BPQ32] "Close All Programs" options.
On 06/04/12 09:56, John Wiseman wrote:
I did think about it before disabling the X to close, and
felt the risk of accidentally shutting everything down was enough to remove
it. I could have an "Are you sure" popup, but I personally find them
irritating. But if the general view is that that would be a better option,
I'll change it.
A "Close BPQ32" shortcut on the desktop would be easy to
implement - a right click the BPQ Icon to close a bit more work.
Does anyone have a view on this?
A quick question, I have maybe overlooked how to
do it but, how do you stop BPQAPRS once it`s running and logged into the
On the BPQ32 Console one can *close all BPQ32 Programs*
which is not what I am looking for, all I need is to shut down the BPQAPRS
server and leave the rest running ???
The only way I have found is to rem out the BPQAPRS in the
cfg file and restart BPQ.
Regards ..... Peter
On 07/04/12 02:07, John Wiseman wrote:
You can stop the APRS-IS connection by clearing the “Enable Igate” checkbox on the BPQ32 Console Window.
You can only disable the Digi function by removing the APRSDIGI config (or at least the APRSPath lines from it), You don’t need to restart BPQ – there is a “Re-read APRS Config” entry in the BPQ32 Console Actions Menu.
Thanks John, finally found it under the BPQ32.dll Console and not the BPQ32 Console, Hmmmm, I should have looked deeper, Hi Hi.
Regards ..... Peter