See the release note for additional details.
Note that SmartSDR v3.0.19 contains defects that prevent Commander from operating correctly.
Software, such as DX Commander, is a peripheral product. When
the manufacturer of the host product, FRS in this case, decides to make changes
to expand or improve their product’s performance, such changes usually require
the peripheral products to make the necessary updates to their product. It's just not realistic to assume the opposite.
made it possible for more than one person to connect to the same radio, so it
would be expected that peripheral products would also be required to add some
sort of multi-client capability. As I understand it, DX Commander did not have
that native capability, so its not fair to suggest that a “defect” in 3.0 was
to blame. Definitely sounded like a case of the tail attempting to wag the dog.
In your defense, perhaps the v3.0 pre-release communications could have been
better, but we didn’t see FRS blaming DX Commander. All concerned need to
realize that it’s a team effort, where better communication benefits the entire
cause. No bickering, just more collaboration!
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