N1MM+ and 6600 2..3.9 SSDR CW

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Trying to get N1MM+ (latest version ) and SSDR (2.3.9) to work SO2R with 6600. The  N1MM+ data entry window Keyboard commands do not shift the TX in the FLEX /.. ( ie  Break , \, ) is this a N1MM set up problem or a Flex connection problem, or both?  The Break is used to shift the TX from  band slice A and B. (ie one slice on 20 meters and the other on 40 meters. )  There does not seem to be any instructions on either N1MM or SSDR web site or on you tube.   Can you offer a suggestion/
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Dallas k1dw

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Kari Gustafsson SM0HRP, Elmer

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Hi Dallas, there could be some causes for it.
First, have configured OTRSP settings in the N1MM meny? And saved the defined TX 1 profile to slice A etc. And then defined a global SO2R profile?
Secondly, on a European keyboard at least one need to find the correct key that produces the right ASCI code? Some keyboards mix them up.
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Dallas k1dw

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Kari,
TNX for our response.  Does this give you any hint of where to look for problems?
The set up used was from a Flex write up  by K9CT for a 6700.  My keyboard is standard used in USA. 
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Hello Dallas,

I followed this guide some years ago and it got me going on N1MM+, worked good....

http://www.flexradio.com/downloads/so2r-mode-with-n1mm-for-the-flex-6700-how-to-guide-pdf/
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Dallas k1dw

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Thanks to all for the help ... N1MM+ AND SSDR  are both working in the SO2R mode. Once the com ports were aligned.  Radios are fun but computers are a challenge especially for us older guys ... 
Now to train the operator how to use the SO2R system for morer Qs.
de  Dallas k1DW
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Chris Tate - N6WM, Elmer

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hang in there.. I have N6RO (an octogenarian) working with a 6600-M now.  It does get easier.  practice makes perfect.
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Kari Gustafsson SM0HRP, Elmer

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Try the Writelog Contest simulator and you will be prepared. The built in morserunner mode in N1MM only works well in SO1V mode.
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