Starting SSDR?

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To start up the radio it looks like you first must click on the Smart SDR icon, then the Radio Available icon and then Connect. Any way to do all that with just one click???
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Dave KD5FX

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KY6LA - Howard, Elmer

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Called a Command Line Interface

Simple Answer: NOT YET
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Jay -- N0FB, Elmer

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I doubt it.  SmartSDR is built to accommodate operators who have multiple Flex 6000 radios on their Local Area Network.  In this instance, they have multiple radios on the left hand side of the screen to choose from.  This flexibility adds one more click to select and start the Flex 6000 radio in your shack.

Eat some Wheaties before you go down to your shack.  That should provide your finger enough energy for that extra mouse click.  :-)
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Dale KB5VE

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A friend created a batch file which opens smarsdr and radio, ddutil, wavenode wn1 and my alpha 8410 monitor software. One click on and one click off.
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A double click on the radio would be best. I hate it when programs make me ckick or move my mouse necessarily, that is why I LOVE 'snap to'.

I keep my energy up by drinking proper British beer. Got a bottle of Theakston's Old Peculier waiting to be quaffed ;-).
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Bob Wright, N7ZO

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Hi Guy,
Double-click on the radio works here.  Running SSDR 1.3.0.116.
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DrTeeth

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I'll give that a whirl later. Tnx Bob.
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Dale KB5VE

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A friend created a batch file which opens smarsdr and radio, ddutil, wavenode wn1 and my alpha 8410 monitor software. One click on and one click off. Of course you must have radio powered up.
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Oo, that sounds nice. May I have a copy to adapt for my own use if that is not too much of an imposition?
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Dale KB5VE

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Give me your email I will send what I have.
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KY6LA - Howard, Elmer

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Ky6la. At. Ky6la. Dot com
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DrTeeth

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Thanks for that Dale.

guy attt drteeth dot co dot uk
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Dale KB5VE

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I am not where I can get to my computer. Send me a email to dhankins. At. Comcast. Dot. Net

I will send the batch file to you. I only have my I pad with me.
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Next year ( i spent daily a candle at church) remote access comes and then a Flex 6xxx must !!!! - after remote power up  - run without any PC at remote side.
For local use it should be normal that i can define a default Flex 6 at first start of SSDR and store this config. Next SSDR should start with a double click on SSDR icon.
Most of us will have only one Flex 6xxx.
If in config file stored Flex 6 no found, TRX select windows should open to select a other one.