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Wrong mode in logbook

HI All

Using Log4OM when I am on RTTY it does not log as RTTY it stays at the last mode I used, So if I switch my Flex from SSB to RTTY the logbook will still think its in SSB,

I can toggle through all modes SSB/CW/FM/AM ect and log4om will follow but when I select RTTY it does not move to it,

I have the latest Omnirig files on my PC

Anyone have any ideas


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  • Tim - W4TMETim - W4TME Administrator, FlexRadio Employee admin
    edited March 2017
    Make sure you have the latest smartSDR.ini file for OmniRig.
  • Jay SpauldingJay Spaulding Member
    edited March 2017
    What are you using for a decoder and also you are doing RTTY on USB on most programs..
    So its not log in them wrong/ If you are using FLDigi and have it setup so when you log it goes over to Log40M automatically it will correct the problem.  
  • Bob KozlarekBob Kozlarek Member
    edited March 2017
    Wo2x had this same issue he contacted the support team for log4om who I believe was already aware of the problem. It should be corrected in version 2 of the Locking program. Hopefully Dave will see this message and respond.
  • Trevor-EI2GLBTrevor-EI2GLB Member
    edited March 2017
    Hi TIm
    Yes I updated both Log4om and Omnirig today to the latest versions,

  • David Decoons, wo2xDavid Decoons, wo2x Member ✭✭✭
    edited June 11

    Omnirig does NOT support true RTTY mode. One of the drawbacks of Log4OM until their 2.0 comes out (if/when). I've contacted the author of OmniRig and even with a modified ini it still will not support true native RTTY from the Flex. (mode 30 I believe)

    Ham Radio Deluxe seems to be on recovery mode from their ownership blowup and the 6.4 version which is being released this week works quite well (finally).

    Thanks all I have for now :-)

    Dave wo2x

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