Profile command failure (?)

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I have several Global Profiles saved on my Flex-6300. I had this problem with  SSDR v1.4.16 as well as v1.5.0. I'm not sure whether this as a bug report or an enhancement request.

My main problem is with a profile named Satellite. See attached file Satellite.

The important parameters to be saved are:
1. Number, size and placement of the panadapters
2. Name of slice (A or B)
3. Which panadapter is TX

When I load this profile, often I will get different results. Several of these are below.
Is this a bug? If not, please consider this as an enhancement request.

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Ron Parsons

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Tim - W4TME, Customer Experience Manager

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First, global profiles do not store panadapter "geometry" information, so this is the reason for panadapter display issue.  Adding the capability is in the enhancement database.

Second, it looks like there may be some conflict between band persistence and the global profile.  A global profile is supposed to override persistence, but something my not be set/working correctly.  Deleting the persistence data by doing a profile export without the preferences, do a factory reset on the radio and then importing your global/TX profile data should provide some insight in determining if this is the issue.