Recall frequently used frequencies

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Wouldn't it be nice to just click on a soft button to recall the previous frequencies that you were listening to...?

When I don't feel like talking, I entertain myself by skipping all around the band listening to the various stations that pop up on the panadapter. Every so often I want to get back to the station that I was listening to 3 to 5 skips before.

It would be nice to have a "radio push button feature" pop up on the screen, and if I held the cursor over one of the bottoms and clicked for a prolong period of time, it would temporarily store the frequency. It isn't important enough to establish a profile. Then after moving to the next station. I could just return to the temporarily stored station by quickly clicking on the same "radio push button". It would be very similar to what you find in a AM/FM car radio. I realize this is more of a SWL sort of enhancement, but every so often many of us are SWL'ers.   :-)


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Ken

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Official Response
You have basically described how FRStack works. FRStack records the frequency you listen on for more than 15 seconds, can memorize a frequency and radio settings, scan memory banks, and much more. You can download it from http://www.mkcmsoftware.com/Flex/Index