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Anyone care to share their DDutil Genvoation macros?

Roy Laufer
Roy Laufer Member ✭✭
edited May 2020 in Third-Party Software
I have, occasionally, seen control commands that some of us are using with DDutil macros mapped to a Genovation keypad.

It would be great if we had a repository of macros that users have found useful.

Failing a web page of such gems (yes, I know that DDUtil has a wiki page, sometimes my ears bleed from trying to follow it) anyone out there want to cut and paste their favorite macros here for all of us to ponder and use?

What do you say, guys... let's put on a play<HIHI>!

Answers

  • Tim VE6SH
    Tim VE6SH Member ✭✭
    edited March 2019
    As somone who just received the keypad a library of macros would be great! Tim VE6SH
  • KY6LA_Howard
    KY6LA_Howard La Jolla, CA. Paris and Sablet FranceMember ✭✭✭
    edited January 2017
    Tim Currently in Paris. Will post them when I get back to USA. But I forwarded you a set via Email
  • KY6LA_Howard
    KY6LA_Howard La Jolla, CA. Paris and Sablet FranceMember ✭✭✭
    edited January 2017
    Roy Send me ur email and I will forward you a set
  • KY6LA_Howard
    KY6LA_Howard La Jolla, CA. Paris and Sablet FranceMember ✭✭✭
    edited January 2017
    Here is my detailed XML file <?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> DV ZZFA000142360000;DD6FIL09; AMP DDPT; Beam DDKS00; Vertical DDKS01; DIV DDTG02:052:053; CENTER DD6PCF0; Amp 3 DDKMB102; 20 SSB ZZFA00014200000;ZZMD01;DD6TFL00100:02900; TX A ZZSW0; TX B ZZSW1; TXL DD6TXL0:1; RX4K DD6FIL0:5:+0000:08000; SSBFL DD6TFL00100:02900; Amp 1 DDKMB100;DDAP1;ZZOA1;ZZOC1; PLAY DDTG04:062:063; REC DDTG05:060:061; MOX DDTG03:049:050; TX VFO A DDVA; TXVFOB DDVB; TOGGLE ZZMT02;ZZTP01;ZZVC003;ZZFI07; CW ZZMT00;ZZVH1;ZZVA1;ZZVI04;ZZVO04; DIGL ZZMT02;ZZFI10;ZZVH0;ZZVC003;ZZVI06;ZZVO06;ZZVA1; DIGH ZZMT02;ZZFI03;ZZVH0;ZZVC000;ZZVI06;ZZVO06;ZZVA1; SO2R Exit DDAD1;ZZOA1;ZZOB6;ZZOC1;ZZOF100;ZZRS0; TkSw1 ZZKM1; TkSw2 ZZKM2; TkSw3 DDFW; 20 RTTY ZZFA00014082250;ZZMD09; TkSw5 TkSw6 DDRV; TkSw7 DDPT; TkSw8 DDTG0809; STBY DDPT; PSDR DDPD;DDLY5000;ZZPS1; 4K RXTX DD6TFL00000:04000;DD6FIL0:5:+0000:08000; Tune On DD6TXT1; Tune Off DD6TXT0; 2K-FA DDSI:1:2K-FA; MonstIR DDSI:2:MONSTIR; TUNE DDTG01:041:042; DIV DDTG02:052:053; RX2 100 ZZFJ10;ZZFS00650;ZZFR00750; Rx2 50 ZZFJ11;ZZFS00675;ZZFR00725; 20 SSB ZZFA00014200000;ZZMD01;DD6TFL00100:02900; OUT DD6PZM+; IN DD6PZM-; 20 JT65HF ZZFA00014076000;ZZMD07;DD6TFL00000:04000;DD6FIL0:5:+0000:08000; 20 PSK ZZFA00014070000;ZZMD07; MonstIR DD6RXA0:0;DDSI:2:MONSTIR; Dipole DD6RXA0:1;DDSI:2:DIPOLE; Pixel DD6RXA0:3;DDSI:2:PIXEL; AM ZZMT02;ZZTP00;ZZFI04; TUNE DDTG01:059:060; Tune On DD6TXT1; Tune Off DD6TXT0; MOX DDTG02:063:064; TX_ON ZZTX1; TX_OFF ZZTX0; DIV DDTG03:067:068; DIV_ON DD6DIV1;DDSI:1:DIV;DD6RXA1:3;DDSI:2:DIV; DIV_OFF DD6DIV0;DDSI:1:;DDSI:2:MONSTIR; REC DDTG04:071:072; REC_ON DD6SAR0:1; REC_OFF DD6SAR0:0; PLAY DDTG05:075:076; PLAY_ON DD6SAP0:1; PLAY_OFF DD6SAP0:0; VOX DDTG06:079:080; VOX_ON DD6VXE1; VOX_OFF DD6VXE0; MON DDTG07:083:084; MON_ON DD6TME0; MON_OFF DD6TME1; 180 DDTG08:087:088; 180_ON DDRV ;DDSI:3:180; 180_OFF DDFW ;DDSI:3:; NR DDTG09:091:092; NR_ON DD6NRD0:1;DD6NRG0:050; NR_OFF DD6NRD0:0; ANF DDTG10:095:096; ANF_ON ANF_OFF NB DDTG11:099:100; NB_ON DD6NBK0:1;DD6NBG0:050; NB_OFF DD6NBK0:0; AGC DDTG12:103:104; AGC_ON DD6AGM0:1;DD6AGT0:045 AGC_OFF DD6AGM0:3; MUTE DDTG13:107:108; MUTE_ON DD6MAM1; MUTE_OFF DD6MAM0;
  • KY6LA_Howard
    KY6LA_Howard La Jolla, CA. Paris and Sablet FranceMember ✭✭✭
    edited January 2017
    Oops. It hid all the XML
  • KY6LA_Howard
    KY6LA_Howard La Jolla, CA. Paris and Sablet FranceMember ✭✭✭
    edited January 2017
    I also have an Excel file. Much easier to work with. Will post it when I get back.
  • Jay Nation
    Jay Nation Member
    edited May 2019
    Howard

    Can you list your toggle macros too?
    Or, maybe share your DDUtil macro file on the DDutil Yahoo Group in their files section? 

    73, Jay - NO5J
  • KY6LA_Howard
    KY6LA_Howard La Jolla, CA. Paris and Sablet FranceMember ✭✭✭
    edited January 2017
    The toggle macros are already listed. AGC. Is an example Send me your email and I will forward you my Excel file which explains it much better. Bit hard to post things via my iPad
  • KY6LA_Howard
    KY6LA_Howard La Jolla, CA. Paris and Sablet FranceMember ✭✭✭
    edited January 2017
  • Jay Nation
    Jay Nation Member
    edited May 2019
    Howard

    Thanks, I figured they were in the listing, but I wasn't able to decipher which was which without the macro ID numbers. You've got several macro's I hadn't thought of. Now I don't have to think them up.

    73, Jay - NO5J 


  • KY6LA_Howard
    KY6LA_Howard La Jolla, CA. Paris and Sablet FranceMember ✭✭✭
    edited January 2017
    Glad I was able to help As I said the spreadsheet makes it very easy to program the macros and then map the different ones to the button matrix.
  • Steve Belcak
    Steve Belcak Member ✭✭
    edited May 2020
    Recent Keypad/DDUTIL macro problem....Here is an example of what used to work...a single button toogle for tune on/off...it used to work before but no more

    23 Tune          DDTG01:050:051;

    50 Tune On     DD6TXT1;

    51 Tune Off     DD6TXT0;

    as it turns out none of my toogle commands seem to work but my single commands work OK.
    Message says I have a command structure problem!

    Any ideas what I've done wrong? Format looks good for toogle!
    Howard I learned this from ur command spreadsheet (I think)

  • Jay Nation
    Jay Nation Member
    edited December 2016
    Steve 

    At first, I thought it might be a DDUtil version thing. But ,  your toggle macro is correct. (mine matches and works). I posted and then deleted my guess about the version issue. That wasn't the problem.

    Does the toggle work when it's clicked in the Macro pane?

     SDRgadgets

    73, Jay - NO5J

  • Steve Belcak
    Steve Belcak Member ✭✭
    edited December 2016
    Hi Jay....as it turned out, it looks like I had a user settings config file that was corrupt. Some cleanup and re-entry of my settings and about an hour ago I had things up and running (like they had in the past).....I appreciate your support.....

    by any chance do u know if there is a command that will increase and decrease audio volume.....kind of like the +/- commands I use for zoom in/out.....it could be an easy way to control volume rather than the slide bar in SmartSDR.

    Have a nice weekend!

    73  Steve, K3WKM
  • Jay Nation
    Jay Nation Member
    edited December 2016
    Steve

    There is a command to set the value of the slider. but I haven't been able to script anything to check the value, add N to the value, and then set the new calculated value. I haven't tried hard enough, yet, though. New Project! image

     SDRgadgets

    73, Jay - NO5J

  • Jay Nation
    Jay Nation Member
    edited December 2016
    I had some vague idea this might be possible, using AutoIt to query DDUtil for the value over the DDUtil TCP Server, connection then script the increment in AutoIt, and then send the new value over the TCP connection. It might be possible to query and send over CAT. to DDUtil (ought to be). I don't think DDUtil's Macro processing can do the increment without outside help (Yet, but worth suggesting I suppose). 

    Then again, An AutoIt >> SmartSDR API connection might work even better since you could send anything you can imagine doing it that way. This has been "next" on my AutoIt ToDo list for way too long.image

    Think scriptable command processor, with a friendlier, full featured scripting language.
    That might allow near-english to API command syntax translation, and customization of SmartSDR.

    DxLabs Commander needs study too. I think it's capable of sending ascii command strings to the radio over it's ethernet connection too. I'm not sure it can be used to read the value of a slider though. It needs more study and experimentation.

    The SmartSDR API itself ought to be capable of doing nearly any "cool" thing your imagination comes up with. Learning to do it that way is more of a dream, for me at this time.
     
    Won't know how until it works I guess.
      
     SDRgadgets

    73, Jay - NO5J

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