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Memory Names Displayed in SmartSDR for Windows?
One of the features which I really like on my Flex 6400 and Flex 6300 using SmartSDR for Mac is having the display of repeater names permanently displayed on the screen along with the appropriate frequency, tone, offset etc. stored behind the scene in the memory when I am on 2 meters with a transverter. When I have used the same radios using my laptop on Windows with SmartSDR for Windows, the memory (repeater) names do not appear.
Here is the display from SmartSDR for Mac:
I can find no settings in SmartSDR for Windows which would allow this to happen. Although memories are useful on HF, they are indispensable for repeater work in crowded 2 meter air space like metropolitan Atlanta. It is particularly useful that simply clicking the mouse on the name of the repeater takes you spot on to the repeater frequency listed with tone and offset in the memory, no further tweaking needed.
Have I missed something on how to display the memory names in SmartSDR for Windows?
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