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Mouse wheel tuning with N1MM Logger+?

Barry N1EUBarry N1EU Member ✭✭
edited July 2018 in Third-Party Software
Can someone advise on how to enable mouse wheel tuning with N1MM Logger+?  Scenario is I click on the panadapter looking for QSOs and want to touch up the tuning with the mouse scroll wheel.  Focus is on the N1MM Logger+ entry box at that point.

Thanks & 73,
Barry N1EU

Answers

  • Neal_K3NCNeal_K3NC Member ✭✭
    edited January 2016
    Barry

    I used to use hotwheel which is a utility that lets you assign the mousewheel to powersdr even though a different program has focus. Worked like a charm for me. I do not know if it will work with SmartSDR but I would try it. You might find another utility that does the same thing.
  • Barry N1EUBarry N1EU Member ✭✭
    edited February 2017
    Thanks Neal.  I figured out that all I need to do is move the mouse pointer into the N1MM entry box and then the mouse wheel tunes the Flex.  Having the blinking cursor in the N1MM entry box is not enough, you have to move the mouse pointer there as well.  

    I was hoping that the mouse wheel would tune the Flex without having to move the mouse pointer back to N1MM, but it won't.

    Barry N1EU
  • EduardoCarvalhoEduardoCarvalho Member ✭✭
    edited July 2018
    Barry, Thank you very much for the tip! This is awesome, it worked really well on the contest yesterday. Btw, the scrolling was working even outside of the entry box. One interesting thing I found is that the scrolling action is inverted between N1MM and SSDR. Eduardo, KC8R

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