Slice alignment in Smart SDR

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Since upgrading to the Maestro and 1.7.3 of SSDR I have encountered an anomaly. I was demonstrating the Maestro to some local hams and then switched to SSDR. One of my profiles is for 10/15/20 which I used to be able to "stack" on top of each other (ie: three slices horizontally). Now the active is slice is on top and the two other slices below, but adjacent to each other. I can no longer stack the three slices horizontally not matter how I try and manipulate the width and height of the slice.

Adding a fourth slice also adds it adjacent to the bottom two slices.

I checked my display settings and they remain unchanged.

Any ideas?

73

Tim VE6SH.
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Tim Ellam

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EA4GLI - 8P9EH - Salvador

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Try the little icon next to the X to close the slice, it will cycle through maximize and minimize.... that might have messed it up....

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Correct.  You can have all three parallel, or have one "Major" and two "minors."  

If you have 4 panadapters open, you can have all four parallel, or one "Major" and three "minors."  Or you can have two "Majors" and two "minors."  All by playing with the little boxes on the panadapter bars.

It is kind of slick this way.

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Along the same lines , my multiple panadapters will display differently according to size of SSDR window displayed. If the vertical height of SSDR is shorter, opening a new panadapter will display it next to the already opened panadapter to the right of it. If I make the vertical of the SSDR window taller, newly opened panadapters will display below the already opened panadapter for the full horizontal length of the SSDR window. I suspect your overall size of displayed SSDR window has changed which causes the multiple panadapters to display differently vice 1.7.3 anomaly.
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Thank you both! For whatever reason (Canada Day excitement perhaps), I overlooked that detail. Clicking the maximize button fixed it.

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Tim VE6SH
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sweet

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