Repeater shift stays active after changing mode from N/FM. v1.4, F6300

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Earlier today I'd been up in 10m FM working a couple of repeaters in NFM with the default 100Khz drop in TX frequency active. Then today I popped down to 40m with the same slice active, changed to USB and put a couple of calls out - and noticed that I was down 100Khz on the waterfall!. There appears no way to change it without changing mode back to N/FM and clicking "Simplex". I have not seen anyone else report this, and wonder if this is by design or expected behaviour. I have had several classic radios that when you leave the mode which was working "repeater shift" and return to say USB you get RXf=TXf it would be odd to have a non N/FM mode working a repeater on HF ...

Fully reproducible and you get no indication when you leave N/FM that anything is "on" in the way of a shift in TX frequency.
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Steve Walker

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Posted 3 years ago

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Eric - KE5DTO, Official Rep

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Steve,

Thanks for the info.  I think we know what this is.  I have written this up in Issue #1860.