18168RE: RE: VFO Tuning gripe
- Nov 4, 2013
Perhaps it could be the VFO, whether floating or "locked", that has a color border "turned on" as opposed to a default black border to denote that this VFO is in use or not ?
Joe Rotello / Knoxville, TN / USA
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While you are at it... :)
You might think about adding an indicator in the VFO tuning window to show which VFO is being tuned.
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I’ll think about this – I should know if the window has focus.
Simon Brown (G4ELI/HB9DRV)
A minor gripe to be sure. I run with the VFO tuning window undocked and the VFO A window undocked. When I switch to my logging window I invariably move back to the VFO tuning window and get fooled. The digit I want to update is highlighted and moves from digit to digit with the mouse but turning the mouse wheel does nothing. I have to click to give the window the focus before the mouse wheel works. Either the window should appear "dead" with no response to the mouse, or it should be alive for both the digit selection and the mouse wheel. Letting it partially work tricks me every time. OK, so maybe I'm a slow learner.
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