side by side pans?

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seems like i have seen a screen shot or two with 2 panadapters, side by side, instead of high and low. how is that done, please?

73, w5xz, dan
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If you have 4 pans up click on the square in the upper right of one to "maximize" it. This will make it fill most of the top of the screen and put the other three side by side below. There are probably other ways, but this is what I've used.
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so, it's just a '6700 thing' right now, i guess? tnx, jim
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I don't know, since I'm using a 6700. You may find a way to move the windows around like the settings panel that is usually on the right.
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ok, now i'm REALLY REALLY looking fwd to 1.1 with my 6500, ha!
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Dan,
I noticed it will switch if you adjust the window size. Here is a video with only 2 panadapters open.

http://youtu.be/rLTOTDd5msE

Probably other ways too, it seems to be automatic based on window size and number of pans open.

Regards, Al / NN4ZZ
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hey, cool Al !! tt works! I notice i have to turn off the Tx panel...
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now, with two maxed out pans, i can see 1 to 28 Mhz !! kewl !!
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I works with the TX panel, but only one panel of the TX panel is usable at a time.
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right-o, robt. tnx