- Oct 25, 2013View SourceYou could use Spectrum Lab for that purpose.73,Werner
Am Freitag, 25. Oktober 2013 schrieb clement F59465 :hi to all,
Applications never heard.
It would be nice to do a post with all the add request, bug for Perseus.
The potential buyers would be less affected.
73 Clem2013/10/25 Paul Crankshaw <hoddlesden@...>If it's any help, my get around is to look for tell-tale signs in the unreadable time prints. A discernible line appears in the minutes xx.10 - xx19. It works for me.
On 25/10/2013 12:28, Vlad Titarev wrote:
any comment from developers ?..If they delude themselves that feature is non-essential, I'd wishto emphasize here: currently both of my SDRs are running overnight,and I'm tired of looking for tricky "time marks" among stations' signing on/off instants because waterfall'stime marks are merged in one continuous time strap, "Time River"...Thanks Mauno/Paul for rising this question again.Yet, the big question is: how many times we should repeat those reports in order to be heard ??? :)If "been heard" the problem is still the same: speed of appearance of time marks on waterfall shouldcorrespond to speed of waterfall's run (changing position of time slider (1st of 3 - upper right) does not help!)Sorry for my non-perfect Engl, problem is my Italian is even worse.... anyway I have a dream to be heard ;-)73 to allVlad TitarevKremenchuk, UkraineOn Oct 25, 2013, at 10:51 AM, Paul Crankshaw wrote:No.
It's another request which has never been taken up. It would be great to have marks every 30 or 60 minutes when recording overnight.
On 25/10/2013 10:26, Mauno Ritola wrote:
In the registry, is there a way for the user to define the density of
the time marks appearing on waterfall?
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