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CWX Macros

Patrick Moonen
edited December 2019 in SmartSDR for Windows
I bought a flex radio from someone else. This person had created macros in CWX. Have the software now installed on the PC here and the macros of this person are in my CWX. I have created other macros today and when I restart my software, these have been deleted and the old macros are returned from the other person. How can I fix this that I can start with a blank F1 to F12.

73 Pat ON3CQ

Answers

  • Steve W6SDM
    Steve W6SDM Member ✭✭
    edited June 2017
    Pat,

    Click on CWX at the bottom of the screen, retype your values for F1 through F12, then save a new profile.  You may also want to look at the profiles that the previous owner created and either edit or delete them.
  • AH0U
    AH0U Member
    edited June 2019
    Here is what I do: Click on CWX Click on SETUP Then enter text in whatever slot I want Click on LIVE To send I use whatever F key has the message I want If there is data already in the slot you want, highlight it then over write using the method above
  • NX6D Dave
    NX6D Dave Member ✭✭
    edited December 2019
    Let me suggest that you reset the radio to "factory" settings.  This will clear all profiles and such that were created by the previous owner, and reset the radio to the out of the box factory condition.  Then start the process of building up a set of profiles, CWX macros, memories, transverter settings, USB cable settings, etc., from scratch.  I think you'll spend less time and get cleaner results.

  • Patrick Moonen
    edited July 2018
    Hi Steve and Bruce thanks for the help everything works now.

    73 Pat

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