Thanks for posting, it shows that integrating spots is clearly doable and they did a good job with the movable floor.
I don't use N1MM or contest and would like to see the spots integrated into SSDR. That way the panadapter is not duplicated or triplicated if you are also running CW Skimmer ( why waste screen space with 2 or 3 copies of the panadapter/waterfall)
The request to integrates Skimmer spots and/or DX spots is the number 5 request on the list by user votes.
If you are using N1MM you could display the spots in either place and turn it off in SSDR or N1MM as you prefer.
The idea of the moveable floor for the DX spots is a good one and that comment should be added to the PFSkimmer idea.
It FRS decides to implement this idea it would result in a clean display with everything in one place and minimal use of screen space.
Regards, Al / NN4ZZ
al (at) nn4zz (dot) com
SSDR / DAX / CAT/ 6700 - V 1.10.16
i.e: Spots on East Coast not heard by West Coast !
The Current GOLD STANDARD for Spots on the display in the Flex World is SmartSDR for iOS which integrates Spots into the Flex display where they belong not in yet another external panadapter... If you have ever used NAP3 (abandonware) on a K3 you will also see a totally integrated Spots on the Display
USE CASE: I chase DX even when travelling I do not have the time or inclination to scroll the bands to hear things.. I do look at the spectrum display and wonder what I am seeing. Putting up a Spots listing really does not do much good as you have 2 screens and have to mentally coordinate which is what.
I do not have screen area to have multiple extraneous displays for spot... Marcus got it right... with SSDR for iOS.. a single display where you can see everything
NOW it ONLY it could happen on SSDR...V2.1
BUT ONLY AFTER THEY FIX THE INVISIBLE METERS AND GIVE US AN ALTERNATIVE COLORS OPTION SUCH AS IN SSDR FOR IOS
Tried it this time using Maestro and it seems to work ok. i.e. whatever changes you make in the Maestro or Spectrum Monitor are reflected in the other. So it's also kind of a "poor man's multi-client" (but definitely not really because this is built for N1MM+ users only, and not the general case)
The release notes mention more to come, including being able to fine tune via the mouse wheel.
Steve gw0gei / gw9j
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