FRStack Version 3.0.25.5 Released

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Radio versions starting with SSDR 2.5.1 and 3.0.19 share the same API interface syntax.
This release has been tested with SSDR 2.5.1 and 3.0.27.

- Add Demodulation MODE hotkeys

Note: If you are using SSDR V2.5.1 or later you must use FRStack V3.0.25.5 or later.

Full release history can be found at http://www.mkcmsoftware.com/Flex/Index

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Mark - W3II

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Posted 5 months ago

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William Osborne

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web link only has FR v3.0.24???
Bill--K5ZQ
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Mark - W3II

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It is actually 3.0.25.5. I will update the website text. Thanks for catching this.
The site text is updated now.
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Carl Jón Denbow N8VZ

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Looks good, Mark.  I will download.  Nice talking to you last evening.  -- 73 de Carl N8VZ
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Larry - W8LLL

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I am running SSDR 3.0.27 and frstack 3.0.25.5

When changing global profiles FRSTACK totally locks requiring task manager to end the task. I am seeing this behavoir on two differant win 10 home pc's, anyone else seeing this?
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Mark - W3II

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I found the issue. I will be releasing 3.0.26.6 an update shortly.
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Larry - W8LLL

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That fixed it, Thank you!
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William Osborne

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Larry, I tried it with v2.5.1 and stack 3.0.25.5  and it works FB. Also using win 10.
73 Bill  K5ZQ
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Tom N5MOA

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v2.5.1      Win10

If I start the previous version of FRStack, I get a message to downgrade the radio to v2.4.9 or upgrade to FRStack3

If I start FRStack 3.0.26.6, the message tells me currently no radios available.

My 6500 is connected directly to the computer.


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Mark - W3II

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This is almost always a firewall rule. Look at your windows firewall settings and make sure the new installation has a firewall rule in place for it.
You could try uninstalling FRStack3 and then resinstalling it.
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Tom N5MOA

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Thanks, I'll take a look at that when I get home this afternoon.
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Tom N5MOA

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firewall rule was the problem, thanks
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John KB4DU

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FRstack is my favorite add-in, and justg keeps getting better