TX/MIC Profile Changes – all settings are now saved on-the-fly (as settings are changed).

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Anyone else have mixed emotions about this new function. Have to admit I miss not being able to default my profile setting back. 

Saves a lot of work up front. Jury is out on this one.

Rich
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Rich McCabe

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Pat N6PAT

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Does that apply to max power setting as well?
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Roger, W6VZV

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So if I reset to the profile I still have my most recent power/mic settings, not the ones for when the profile was saved?
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Rich McCabe

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Yea those settings on that band you changed seem to stay. Reloading the TX/MIC does not go back to the profile setting

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Steve

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Would like the choices you had in PowerSDR and not be locked in.  But, that is just me....
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Rich McCabe

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I am undecided :)  Its probably fine. Just different.
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Ken - NM9P, Elmer

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The TX Profile “save on the fly” was a good idea.

The Mic Profile Version is a little more controversial.
I have been testing it for several weeks as an Alpha tester. I didn’t think I would like it, because inadvertent changes can mess things up. But you can export your Mic Profiles and reload one if you mess it up...

Overall I think both are improvements, although the Mic Profiles will take some getting used to.
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Makes sense.  Be nice to have a checkbox in settings for "Mic Profile Auto Save" and  "TX profile auto Save"