[ct-user] A Bug in 9.40??
Gary Yantis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tue, 22 Jun 1999 11:37:35 -0600
Not a new bug as I've noticed this in earlier versions too. What is new is
that it now crashes the program. Before it would just temporarily lock
things up (as it searched for the rotor I guess). Selecting "none" for
Rotor control in the setup should take care of this but it does not. After
accidentially hitting Ctrl F10 many times in the past when changing code
speed I finally learned to follow the doctor's advice of "well, don't do
that" when the patient said "it hurts when I do this". Since it's now a
crash instead of a minor annoyance, hopefully, Ken can add a fix for it to
On Tuesday, June 22, 1999 9:18 AM, John K9UWA wrote:
> Yes Its a BUG and Not a Feature....No rotor hooked up for FD to
> your computer??....CRASH goes the program!!
> A work around for this BUG...as it is dangerous if your fat fingered
> like some of us....you go for Alt F-10 to raise the keyer speed..and hit
> Ctrl F-10 by mistake.....and your whole screen disappears!....
> TYPE in Log Box DEFINEKEY
> then enter this CRTL F-10
> then enter CTRL \ thats the back space key.....or some
> other combination that you won't hit in error during the wee hours of
> the morning....
> Good Luck!!
> John K9UWA
> > result here is "bearing -1.000".. and CT exits. - and not gracefully,
> > I do not have the beam in the setups
> > robin, wa6cdr
> > At 08:16 6/22/1999 -0500, John K9UWA wrote:
> > >Load up your 9.40 version of CT....and hit CTRL F-10 and see what
> > >happens....if your computer doesn't crash at this point please e-mail
> > >me.....
> > >John K9UWA
> John Goller, K9UWA & Jean Goller, N9PXF
> Antique Radio Restorations
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