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Profile Functionality

Lionel Member ✭✭✭
  1. Hold the saved profiles constant unless intentionally changed.
  2. Tell me on SSDR UI- a) "no profile selected" b) "name of profile selected" c) warning "you have made changes to your profile"
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  • VE7ATJ_Don
    VE7ATJ_Don British ColumbiaMember ✭✭✭
    edited June 20

    Hi Lionel... yes, there have been long discussions about this, ever since the 'auto-save profile' feature as added (around v2.5, I believe it was). What you are asking for in #1 is something a number of us have been asking for and even suggested/voted on when Flex asked for input on new features a year or so ago. I believe what you are asking for garnered a significant number of positive votes.

    So far, tho, no word from Flex except that yes, they've heard us.

    On #2, I believe that may already be in the SSDR UI -- near the top??? (I could be wrong, but I think I remember it being there).

  • Lionel
    Lionel Member ✭✭✭


    The profile name does not appear on the GUI though the SSDR rev does appear. (v3.2.39)

    I just now had to recreate a xmt profile that somehow was gone on 30m (30 CW 100). By far its the predominant profile on 30 so surely no reason to delete. It's not possible to say with certainty that this was SSDR as the culprit.

    I think the requested changes would save some ops time, and for some, time and frustration.

    Certainly, I'd like to see it as an accepted "new idea" since I do not believe it appears on any other to do list.

  • Conny
    Conny Member ✭✭

    "auto-save" profile Feature (?) made profiles useless on on my 6600M

    You need to have access to a PC too reliable "restore" a profile. It's totally negates the reason for all in one box (traditional) type of RIG.

    I can't comprehend the reason why making "stored" settings volatile.

    I carry index cards (none volatile) with all the settings written on them.

    It's awkward and it does not make sense.

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