rx hash in my ears when MOX is applied during cw sending.

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Using SSDR 2.2.8, N1MM+ and SSDR CAT winkey emulator. N1MM+ asserts PTT to send a cw message and MOX button on SSDR goes blue to show PTT being permanently applied during the sent cw message. Why do I hear rx hash between the sent cw letters? According to SSDR MOX is applied, but it allows RX hash into my ears between letters as if it were in QSK mode? SSDR seems to think it can ignore its own MOX???
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Kari Gustafsson SM0HRP, Elmer

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Hi, no idea. But why do you use PTT to send CW? Have you tried regular winkeyer settings? Still same behaviour?
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Douglas Maxwell

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Hi Kari,
I use PTT to put the radio into transmit. The problem is that SSDR doesn’t obey. Thanks for your interest in my problem, there doesn’t seem to be any cw contesters here to advise Flex with this problem as this has been reported for years. I know I can use a proper winkey but it’s annoying that the Flex’s emulator doesn’t work properly.