I had a similar problem on a single-button trackpad (MacBook Pro). I tried Ctrl-click on the FCD button and nothing happened. So I got out the bluetooth mouse,
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, Sep 27, 2012
I had a similar problem on a single-button trackpad (MacBook Pro). I tried Ctrl-click on the FCD button and nothing happened. So I got out the bluetooth mouse, and voila, the right click on FCD worked.
From: n1dpw <n1dpw@...> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Sent: Sunday, September 23, 2012 1:44 AM Subject: [softrock40] Re: Announce: SdrDx 2.10 for Mac and Windows
I followed same steps as previous posting. I keep getting the prompt "SDR Not Connected".
Sound card (SND) set up is correct.
I am using a Softrock Ensemble II.
Pressing FCD does nothing.
Guess the Ensemble II is not combatable? Ideas?
--- In email@example.com, "vbifyz" <3ym3ym@...> wrote: > > Followed the steps on "New Installs" page, didn't go very far. > > "If you have a soundcard-based SDR such as the SoftRock, the first thing to do is right-click on FCD and make sure Audio IQ is checked." > Ok. > "The second thing to do is left-click on SND and make sure that the correct sound input is selected." > See my soundcard and selected it. > > "To receive using such an SDR, just press FCD." > Nothing happens. >
> 73, Mike > > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "vbifyz" <3ym3ym@> wrote: > > > > > > > > --- In email@example.com, "Ben" <fyngyrz@> wrote: > > > Control of this type of SDR is implemented with an external program that catches TCP messages from SdrDx about frequency changes and forwards them to the audio SDR in whatever format it needs, while SdrDx handles the audio/RF directly. A sample Python client is supplied that contains everything but the actual mechanism to talk to the specific SDR, which can be implemented as a stand-alond command line program. > > > > > > * NOTE that the command-line program to control the Softrock(s) is not included with SdrDx;
development of such a thing is up to the SDR manufacturer. In some cases, such programs may already exist: any command-line program that can set the frequency of the SDR will do. > > > > > > > hamlib/rigctl should work fine for this purpose. > > I guess using ExtIO_Si570.dll is not good because of the multiplatform nature of SdrDx. > > > > The feature list looks great. Will try and run it later tonight. > > > > 73, Mike > > >
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