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  • Mike
    for those that use quisk ... does anyone know how to add text to the blank buttons and make them go to other bands .. like 2m or 6m , even 70cm ? Mike KC7NOA
    Message 1 of 5 , Aug 4, 2014
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      for those that use quisk ...

      does anyone know how to add text to the blank buttons and make them go
      to other bands .. like 2m or 6m , even 70cm ?

      Mike KC7NOA

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      Mike KC7NOA
    • Mike
      well i finally found my answer .... and it works .... in file quisk_conf_defaults.py in main quisk folder find bandlables and add like this ... bandLabels =
      Message 2 of 5 , Aug 4, 2014
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        well i finally found my answer .... and it works ....

        in file quisk_conf_defaults.py in main quisk folder

        find

        bandlables

        and add like this ...

        bandLabels = ['160', '80', ('60',) * 5, '40', '20', '17',
            '15', '12', '10','6', '2', '1.25', '70cm', ('Time',) * len(bandTime)]


        On 08/04/2014 07:41 PM, Mike Patriot121@... [softrock40] wrote:
         

        for those that use quisk ...

        does anyone know how to add text to the blank buttons and make them go
        to other bands .. like 2m or 6m , even 70cm ?

        Mike KC7NOA

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        Mike KC7NOA


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        Mike KC7NOA
      • graemevj
        Hi Mike, Don t add lines to the quisk_conf_defaults.py in main quisk folder as the next version of Quisk will lose the changes. Instead add them to your
        Message 3 of 5 , Aug 5, 2014
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          Hi Mike,

          Don't add lines to the "quisk_conf_defaults.py in main quisk folder" as the next version of Quisk will lose the changes. Instead add them to your .quisk_conf.py in your home directory. Don't forget that it is a hidden file. When Quisk starts up it loads the default files and then looks at your .quisk_conf.py file to see if it needs to modify any defaults, then it starts up.

          73 Graeme ZL2APV
        • Mike
          Ok .. wasen t sure what would happen if it was referenced twice .... Its also kinda a pain making changes to a hidden file ... Mike KC7NOA ... -- Mike KC7NOA
          Message 4 of 5 , Aug 5, 2014
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            Ok .. wasen't sure what would happen if it was referenced twice ....

            Its also kinda a pain making changes to a hidden file ...

            Mike KC7NOA


            On 08/05/2014 02:35 AM, gvjury@... [softrock40] wrote:
             

            Hi Mike,

            Don't add lines to the "quisk_conf_defaults.py in main quisk folder" as the next version of Quisk will lose the changes. Instead add them to your .quisk_conf.py in your home directory. Don't forget that it is a hidden file. When Quisk starts up it loads the default files and then looks at your .quisk_conf.py file to see if it needs to modify any defaults, then it starts up.

            73 Graeme ZL2APV


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            Mike KC7NOA
          • Sid Boyce
            I have configuration files I copy from one release to another, then I check with the latest CHANGELOG.txt and config files to see if I need to add or change
            Message 5 of 5 , Aug 5, 2014
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              I have configuration files I copy from one release to another, then I check with the latest CHANGELOG.txt and config files to see if I need to add or change any options to my files.
              I chose depending on what gear I am using --
              slipstream:/opt/quisk-3.6.18 # ls -l quisk_conf.py_*
              -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 16822 Jul  5 01:55 quisk_conf.py_HiQSDR
              -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 23842 Jul  5 01:55 quisk_conf.py_Softrock_UHFSDR

              "python quisk.py -c ./quisk_conf.py_HiQSDR" for HiQSDR.
              "python quisk.py -c ./quisk_conf.py_Softrock_UHFSDR" for Softrock or UHFSDR.

              I haven't worked out how the "CW transmit logic for SoftRock transmitters" works, whether it refers to key or keyboard as I don't have Softrock or UHFSDR connected.

              VOX and and the Notch Filter are 2 features I find useful with the HiQSDR.
              73 ... Sid.

              On 05/08/14 15:20, Mike Patriot121@... [softrock40] wrote:
               

              Ok .. wasen't sure what would happen if it was referenced twice ....

              Its also kinda a pain making changes to a hidden file ...

              Mike KC7NOA


              On 08/05/2014 02:35 AM, gvjury@... [softrock40] wrote:
               

              Hi Mike,

              Don't add lines to the "quisk_conf_defaults.py in main quisk folder" as the next version of Quisk will lose the changes. Instead add them to your .quisk_conf.py in your home directory. Don't forget that it is a hidden file. When Quisk starts up it loads the default files and then looks at your .quisk_conf.py file to see if it needs to modify any defaults, then it starts up.

              73 Graeme ZL2APV


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              Mike KC7NOA


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