Re: [dxsoft] Macro help - [m4] where does it come from?
- Hello w5vol,
Wednesday, July 24, 2013, 11:09:14 AM, you wrote:
w> I am a new user - so I might be missing something obvious.
w> I registered the aalog and tru-tty and put my call sign wherever it seemed to go.
w> But macro with [m4] still sends xx0xx for call sign.
~[m4] means "F4 macro".
So just edit "F4" macro text.
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Sergei Podstrigailo <amx2@...> wrote:
> [m4] refers to F4Thanks Sergei!
I didn't realize one F button was referencing another F button! But that would offer a lot of flexibility in sequencing information.
I found the ini file - I seem to have ini files in several locations for some reason.
But I am now able to make changes and they persist!
Thanks again - now I just need to experiment some with codes and what they do!