SSDR and "Control Z"

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Ever make a mistake switching something around in SSDR and wished you hadn't?  Or, just wanted to get back a couple steps for some other reason?  How about a "CTRL Z" function that can be stepped through to take you back the last few mouse clicks? 

Paul, W9AC

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Paul Christensen, W9AC, Elmer

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Posted 4 years ago

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Richard Clafton W4/G7EIX, Elmer

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I like that idea.   And perhaps a history log, so you can at least look at what you have done during your last session.
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Robbie - KI4TTZ

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I like that idea.

I've had several panadapters open, left the computer, came back some time later and heard an interesting conversation and when I went to click on something (who knows what), then *poof*, no idea what I clicked on but it was obviously wrong and now I don't know which band, panadapter, or frequency it was on. ;-)  Its easy to get confused and click on the wrong thing sometimes...

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Tim - W4TME, Customer Experience Manager

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Thanks for the enhancement request.  We have an enhancement request logged to have a command history buffer in SmartSDR that would allow you to undo changes, like the back button on a browser. We do not have it currently scheduled yet as we are focusing on getting core radio features done as quickly as possible.