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Individual Pane Pop Out

David_NK5G
David_NK5G Member ✭✭

I like to make the most of my screen real estate, so I love the way the radio pane can pop out.

A suggestion is to be able to pop out the different radio control boxes individually.

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  • KD0RC
    KD0RC Broomfield, COMember, Super Elmer Moderator

    Great idea! Less used items can be placed more out of the way, more used can be right where you need them.

  • Bob K8RC
    Bob K8RC Old Guy Member ✭✭✭

    Arrange the individual panels in order of importance from top to bottom, then pop out the "instrument panel", grab it by the top and squeeze it down vertically until it shows just the panel(s) that are most important to you. If you need to get to the other panels in the stack, there is a scroll bar on the right edge of the panel to scroll down.

    I usually just show the power output panel but can scroll to the others as necessary.

  • VK7WH Winston
    VK7WH Winston Member ✭✭

    Sorry Bob, i accidentally flagged your above post. I meant to compliment you for it. My **** fingers !

    Winston VK7WH

  • VK7WH Winston
    VK7WH Winston Member ✭✭

    I guess I must be a Very Naughty Boy! The three letter word I used to describe the width of my stubby fingers in the above post must have has breached some obscure Community Political Correctness Rule. It has been replaced with the word ****

  • K1UO Larry
    K1UO Larry MaineMember ✭✭✭

    Shame on you Winston... you should know not to use the word **** when discussing issues here :))

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