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I have several Global Profiles set up to operate FT8 and FT4 at the same time on the same band. On some bands this meant that I had two panadapters set up in the main SSDR window. All was working well until recently when I popped one panadpter out of the main window and set it up on another monitor.

Now I cannot get the Profles to open with both panadpters in the main window. In fact if I try to open a second panadpter in any profile even if,it never had a second panadpter before the panadpter opens on the second monitor.

I have tried popping the panadpter back into the SSDR window and saving the profile. That doesn't work, the next time I open the profile the panadpter is on the second monitor. I have deleted the profile and then tried to set up a new one. When I try to set up the second profile it opens up on the second monitor.

I have 6600 running V 2.6.2 SSDR on Windows 7 Pro 64 bit.

I have run out of things to try.


Paul W5PF


  • Ted S
    Ted S Member ✭✭

    You might try the following:

    1. Pop the second panadapter Window back into the main SSDR window frame.
    2. Close the SSDR App
    3. Re-launch SSDR and confirm that it launches with both panadapter windows in a single window frame
    4. Save your profile for the two panadapter config
    5. Close one of the two panadapters
    6. Re-load your profile and confirm both panadapters open in a single application window frame

    Ted WR4T

  • Paul W5PF
    Paul W5PF Member ✭✭

    Ted, thanks.

    I didn't try the exact procedure you suggested, but I finally go the panadapters to open correctly. I opened a third panadapter which opened in the SSDR window, then popped the wayward panadapter back into SSDR and switched to another profile. When I reopened the profile that I was having trouble with it opened correctly. Everything seems to be correctly now.

    Paul W5PF

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