Re: [N1MMLogger] VFO A/B Bug
> I had similar problems with my Kenwood. I had erratic performance.Thanks Jim... yep, checked and confirmed when I first found this problem
> However, I had the stop bits for the radio communications port set
> wrong. I think I had 2 instead of one. You should verify that your
> radio comm port settings, speed, and stop bits match N1MM.
> Jim WA2MBP
(the day I got the log prog.) double checked again tonight just in case
and the radio & port settings match.
John - vk4cej
- I have sent a new version to VK4CEJ & K1JN.
If you want this version, let me know. If I get back
good reports from John & Joe, I'll keep the fix.
If you want me to send it to you directly, please
commit to testing it within 24 hours. I would
like to kill this bug before ARRL, if possible.
I will be home from work on Friday, working on
the station & the program. Please - no install
questions on Friday, you should already have it
installed. Bug reports are ok. Please indicate
if they are important or if they can wait
until after the contest.
----- Original Message -----
From: John <vk4cej@...>
Sent: Wednesday, February 14, 2001 03:43
Subject: Re: [N1MMLogger] VFO A/B Bug
> > Well, I was trying to be really clever here. I went to
> > a lot of trouble to make it work like this:
> > Left click tunes the left radio, right click tunes the right radio.
> > I even went to the trouble of making it work that way with
> > left handed mice!
> Unfortunately, it does not work this way on an FT1000MP.. I started the
> program with the main (left) vfo on 28.500 and the sub (right) vfo on
> 21.200. The very first RIGHT click on the 20 metre button in the
> "available" window caused the main vfo to change to 20 metres and the
> vfo to change to 10 metres.
> A subsequent LEFT click on the 40 metre button caused the left vfp to
> to 10 metres and the right vfo to change to 40 metres...
> > Nobody seems to like it, so I'm going to sulk for a while.
> > Not really. How should it work? Normal click (left for
> > right handed mouse) should tune ACTIVE radio and opposite
> > (usually right) click should tune INACTIVE radio?
> Isn't this what is supposed to happen already ??? left click, left radio
> (or main vfo, usually the active radio...) if not, then yes please.....
> John - vk4cej
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> I have sent a new version to VK4CEJ & K1JN.Really weird.... The first 3 of 5 LEFT clicks seemed to work just
fine...... and then I RIGHT clicked and it never worked correctly again
until I colsed the program and re-started it. Tested again and same
result... So who is gonna donate a 1000mp to Tom for testing ??????
John - vk4cej