[WriteLog] RTTY decode window
Joe Subich, W4TV
lists at subich.com
Sun Sep 30 21:04:17 EDT 2018
> What is the reason for scrolling the current decode down the window?
> I'd prefer to see the most current decode at the top and the oldest
> at the bottom.
The circular buffer prevents the line (call) you are clicking on from
suddenly jumping when a CR/FL/NewLine character is received.
... Joe, W4TV
On 2018-09-30 8:52 PM, Steve Lund wrote:
> Since the beginning I have wondered why the RTTY decode window uses a
> circular buffer with the most recent decode moving down the screen until
> it is at the bottom of the window and then it jumps to the top.
> The current line is underlined, but red is a color I don't see well.
> In S&P mode one needs to tune/center the signal in the RTTY window and
> then look at the decode window. I would much prefer to have the currently
> decoded line stay in one place, preferably the top.
> What is the reason for scrolling the current decode down the window? I'd
> prefer to see the most current decode at the top and the oldest at the
> Steve, K6UM
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