K4RO Kirk Pickering
k4ro at k4ro.net
Sun Jan 11 10:28:17 EST 2004
Yes, the bandmap behavior is a bit different now.
I'm pretty sure that in the past, simply moving
the dial of the S&P (inactive) radio would cause
the band map for that band to appear. Now, you must
either set "BAND MAP ALL BANDS = TRUE" or press Alt-D
to manually display the band map for the S&P radio.
It does not display automatically like I remembering
it doing before. I liked it better before.
I also took Mike's reccomendation on the ICOM RESPOSE TIMEOUT
and ICOM COMMMAND PAUSE settings, and they worked great.
I did not have a single radio comm glitch the entire contest.
> I wondered about this also but by setting "BAND MAP ALL BANDS = TRUE"i
> then the 2nd radio's band map is shown. You can also turn off the CQ's
> frequency showing on the main radio (I forget the exact wording).
> This seems to work fine. It did work slightly differently a few
> versions ago but the result I believe is the same.
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