This has happened frequently to me on all versions of TR-Log for the past
four years, back to before 6.6X or so. It's like the bandmap window gets
refreshed partially or something. Whenever I see two identical bandmap
entries, always together in the bandmap, I know the display is messed up.
If I select one of them, I usually get a different bandmap entry. This
indicates to me that the display is out of sync with the actual bandmap
list. In any case, I just quickly change bands and then back again and the
bandmap display re-writes itself correctly.
Ed - W0YK
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> Subject: [Trlog] 6.8latest bandmap
> I duped 9M4SDX today, even though the bandmap said it wasn't a dupe.
> I now have lost count how many times this has happened.
> I also can't say for certain when this behavior started.
> 9M4SDX was in the bandmap twice when this happened.
> I ^-end selected the one that showed the station was working
> split, but the radio was tuned by the program as if I had
> selected the non-QSX bandmap entry.
> These bandmap dupes (as in same call is in bandmap
> twice) are seen here from time to time, too.
> And until I enabled bandmap = all modes, from time to time
> when on SSB, there would be spots in the bandmap from below
> bandmap cutoff frequency & vice versa.
> Now either this is only happening to me or nobody else notices... ;^(
> 73, VR2BrettGraham.
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