|Subject:||[Trlog] RE: Incremental tuning from keyboard|
|From:||Eric Hilding <email@example.com>|
|Date:||Sun, 28 Mar 2004 20:36:59 -0800|
Contester Sylvan, VE5ZX, inquired of Tree:|
> In the TR manual it indicates that left & right shift keys can be used to
> incremental change the RIT for Kenwood and Yaesu rigs.
> Tree, would it be possible to have TR log use these keys to incrementally
> tuning an Icom transceiver (or any other rig that allows direct frequency
> from the call window) so that the transceiver frequency is increased or
> decreased by an increment value that is set in the configuration file?
I "2nd" this suggestion for ALL rigs!!! What would also be helpful is a keyboard shortcut/Macro for a quick TOGGLE between 2 different increments set in an .ini or .cfg file.
> This would allow the op to incrementally change the transceiver freq without > having to move his hands from the keyboard.
FYI, I set up a special Macro-type dual footpedal...to emulate the two Shift keys, and can tune the rig with my feet if desired. It is VERY cool (IMHO). With practice you can control the sensitivity of the shift "increment", but still would like to see a dual-increment toggle setting available as a modification to your suggestion.
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