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Maestro Function Keys

N9VC
N9VC Member ✭✭
edited April 2019 in New Ideas
Just wondering. On the computer, I can leave the Multi-Flex dashboard on the screen to switch
the PTT from the Maestro to the computer. Would it be possible to make, let's say, F6 on the
Maestro to switch the PTT to the Maestro. It could be designated along with the other menu
options and would not necessitate a 3 button push to switch the PTT.
Just an idea.

73, Jim N9VC

Comments

  • Mack
    Mack Member ✭✭✭
    edited April 2019
    Jim,

    This is a great idea. I'll make sure it gets visibility in the next Alpha software release cycle.

    73,

    Mack
    W4AX
    Alpha Team
  • W9WLX_Chuck
    W9WLX_Chuck Member ✭✭
    edited April 2019
    Sorry if I'm missing the obvious, but what is the function of the MF Dashboard?  I can still trigger the PTT locally regardless of the setting and can seem to set independent MIC profiles.  The only difference I can see is if the Maestro is not selected, I do not get an indication of the non-Maestro client transmitting.  Selecting the Maestro does not seem to change the appearance of the SSDR client.  I've only tried this on my LAN so unsure if the behavior is different on a WAN.

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