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I thought persistance was supposed to be in Ver. 1.0??? I close SSDR with Slice A on 20M CW and it is back on 14.100 in USB when I restart.

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Don - kx9q

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A feature :-)
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Dudley - WA5QPZ

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Slice persistence is much harder to keep straight, but you will notice that many of the TX settings are remembered between power ups.
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Al / NN4ZZ

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Does that mean it is a bug that slipped through and will be fixed in a V1.x.x patch release? Based on the previous posting here and in the Insider I also thought it was coming in V1.0.

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Since I'm 100% CW, starting up in SSB is never my choice.
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band and mode persistence is very important to me, bring it on as soon as possible. I was looking forward to having it in 1.0; a little disappointed. Hope it will be a sooner, rather than later, release.

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Ditto here Dudley. I was really looking forward to not having to readjust everything each time I open a new slice. This is one of the biggest negatives about the radio right now.

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Official Response
This level of persistence is not in SmartSDR v1.0.0. Please see the caveats in the SmartSDR v1.0.0 release notes. It will be in a future release of SmartSDR.

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