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FRStack enhancements

G4IUA Member ✭✭
edited April 2019 in New Ideas
I'm a very enthusiastic user of FRStack.  I only wish some of the features were built in to SSDR rather than requiring a third part app.

Just a couple of extremely minor suggestions, more from a lazy user's perspective than anything essential:

It would be great if it could be configured to open in 'Favourites' (or 'Favorites' even!) and 'Memory Mini Window' rather than having to select these manually.  I use Log4OM to launch several apps (WSJT-X, JTAlert and FRStack).  

Just like to save a few button presses!  It's a great program though and many thanks to Mark for developing it for us.

Jeff - G4IUA


  • Mike VE3CKO
    Mike VE3CKO Member ✭✭✭
    edited April 2019
    I've posted about this many times. What I liked about legacy radios is the ease to select stored frequencies like the Yaesu 1000MP and Kenwood 2000. Once stored just turn a knob.
    As per Maestro, it has function buttons and knobs that can be put to use. Set F1 to memory, when hit it pops up a window and instead of touch screen memory selection  (takes 4 screen touches just to recall one setting) assign one of the knobs to become that selection. Simply rotate knob through selection, after 1 second then it jumps to your selection.
    As per SSDR, once Memory Channels is displayed, yes you can already handpick the memory BUT I propose adding a right mouse click feature. When right clicking on a memory setting the mouse scroll now scrolls through the memory, again pausing one second will  then jump to that memory setting.
    As per FlexControl knob, well surely a memory option can be added here too.

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