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Slicemaster will not find my JTDX Directory

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I deleted Slicemaster from my Hard Drive and reinstalled it once again. The only two programs it finds is CW Skimmer and WSJT. I have JTDX in the following directory c:\jtdx. But for some reason Slicemaster can't find it. And in the directions there is no specific details of what the directory name should be for Slicemaster to find it. I wrote Donald the program author and have not heard back from him. Does anyone out there have Slicemaster recognizing JTDX? And if so what are your file directory specifics that work?

Thanks!

Mark Griffin, KB3Z

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  • Mark Griffin
    Mark Griffin Member ✭✭
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    Here is the solution to the problem.

    Ok,
    I did see the config.ini file. It is under the hidden files.
    I made the following changes under JTDX Section towards the bottom of the file.
    exe_path = "C:\JTDX\JTDX\bin\jtdx.exe"
    exe_path64 = "C:\JTDX64\159a\bin\jtdx.exe"
    Originally both paths were C:\jtdx\jtdx\bin\jtdx.exe.
    And this is wrong unless you want to go into your JTDX Installation and make the changes to your file directory location.
    Once I did this Slicemaster found my JTDX.exe.
    YIPPEE!
    Mark KB3Z

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