I wonder why Tentec didn't use the function keys in the Pegasus software?
It's not always convenient to use the mouse.
73, Dave, VE1ADH
On Thu, 28 Oct 1999 firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> >Bottom line is both rigs have short comings, and Ten Tec is missing
> >a very valuable nitche in the market by not upgrading the Scout to a
> >transceiver that has NO plug-in modules and better frequency
> >73 Walter Dufrain, AG5P Wright City, Missouri
> Hi Walt and the group.
> The niche you mention was formerly filled by the Delta II. I have one and
> absolutely love it.
> I wonder how many of us would buy a Delta III (Delta 2K?) if it came in at
> about $1200 or so. I think a new xcvr positioned one or two notches above
> the little entry level oriental rigs, having serious CW capabilities and
> the ability to be controlled like a Pegasus might just be a winner.
> How about a Pegasus with a remote front panel? I could see having the
> usual controls plus several additional user configurable buttons (F-keys?)
> and knobs that can be programmed for a particular user's application.
> Comments? Ideas? Flames?
> 73 de Steve Weber, KD9BO
> An infinite number of rednecks
> in an infinite number of pickup trucks
> firing an infinite number of shotguns
> at an infinite number of road signs
> would eventually produce all of Shakespeare's plays
> in Braille.
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