[TRLog] Clarifier kill vs. Clarifier zero, etc...

Ronald Rossi kk1l@arrl.net
Sun, 18 Aug 2002 22:30:38 -0400


I am taking note of all the refector traffic and will be looking into
this and the other comments made recently. With a recent job change
(same employer) and of the latest Rossi YL I don't spend as much time
answering the e-mail. I am also working a little more slowly on the
code, but I am working on it. 

"Guy Olinger, K2AV" wrote:
> This pertains to the MP.
> Actually having the clarifier 'killed' is one of those distractions
> that kill rate later in the contest when the mind is a bit foggy. It's
> another action that has to be remembered. Someone calls up or down a
> bit, and the natural action is to listen up or down by tweaking the
> clarifier. If you have to fumble and remember to turn the CLAR on
> after you realize the knob isn't working, you've probably missed the
> call.
> Is there any reason why action "RX CLAR OFF" couldn't be replaced with
> "CLAR CLEAR" for an MP?
> Or alternatively...
> Is there a TR command that can be used to create a literal MP command
> string to attach to an F key? That would allow us to roll our own
> combos, rather than embedding MP issues in what are otherwise more
> straight-forward commands.
>  Or perhaps it's time to give us a macro language we can use, and farm
> out some of the subtlety. Particularly on "niche" requests.
> 73, Guy
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