10064Re: [wsjtgroup] Re: WSJT-X v0.95 r3251
- May 3, 2013suggestion,
Joe, if you did add this "having it look again" 'Read the Rig's frequency' idea
the red square would be the perfect [button] to push to force this action.
On 5/3/2013 2:07 AM, Colin XSD wrote:
> When I said ' have the directions for CAT contol individually selectable?' I was
> thinking from the front panel. But:
> Having looked at it again perhaps just a 'Read Rig Frequency' button near the
> Frequency Display would suffice when the user has 'Polling = Zero' set in the
> config, that may also be useful for people who have a long polling time set as
> well (and want to force a 'Frequency Read').
> On 02/05/2013 22:46, Gary wrote:
>> If you set the CAT Polling Interval to zero, then the software controls the
>> rig, but it doesn't read anything back form the radio - I think that this is
>> what you want.
>> This is how I run WSJT-X with my FT-817.
>> See Setup > Configuration > CAT > Polling Interval
>> --- In email@example.com <mailto:wsjtgroup%40yahoogroups.com>, Colin
>> XSD <m0xsd@...> wrote:
>> > Thanks Joe,
>> > Running IC-706 MkII here and there is partial success with CAT control.
>> > The software control the Rig but fails to read correctly, it normally
>> > returns 0.000 000 but sometimes returns the previously set frequency, at
>> > which point it locks up (Not Responding).
>> > Would it be possible to have the directions for CAT contol individually
>> > selectable?, personally I am only interested in the Software contolling
>> > the Rig but I can see the merit in being able to read the Rig frequency
>> > remotely (for diagnostic purposes if nothing else).
>> > 73,
>> > Colin
>> > M0XSD.
>> > On 02/05/2013 19:00, Joe Taylor wrote:
>> > >
>> > > WSJT-X v0.95 r3251 has been posted on the WSJT web site:
>> > > Special note: we believe that r3251 address nearly all of the CAT issues
>> > > experienced by a few users -- those with K3, IC-746, IC-706, in
>> > > particular -- and that useful CAT control is now available for nearly
>> > >
>> > > One additional piece of advice when running WSJT-X in Windows. It's
>> > > in the User's Guide, along with lots of other new stuff... But just
>> > > to be sure: Connect and turn on your radio and any interface
>> > > equipment before starting WSJT-X, and exit the program before
>> > > turning such equipment off.
>> > >
>> > > -- 73, Joe, K1JT
GB & 73
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