[chirp_users] testing new CHIRP with new radios
dsmith at danplanet.com
Mon Aug 15 17:01:03 PDT 2011
> CHIRP appear to export the Tone field from the radio correctly, but does
> not export the Tone field from the radio download to csv or chirp files;
> in those export files, the Tone field is left blank.
Hmm, I'm not sure I understand. Your attached .chirp file looks right to
me. I just opened it in chirp and see that the "Tone Mode" and "Tone"
columns were not being displayed. This has nothing to do with what's in
the file, but is rather a bug in the .chirp driver. I just pushed a fix
for that for tomorrow.
I exported a CSV file from your Kenwood while I had it, and it shows all
the correct data as far as I can tell (and opens in chirp properly). If
you think there's another issue, please send me a CSV file exported from
that radio and I'll have a look.
> The Tone fields as imported by CHIRP from the radio are all changed to
> 67 Hz, unless the tone is 67 Hz, in which case the Tone field is left blank.
It looks like the correct values are in the ToneSql field, but that's
incorrect for the "Tone" field setting (and is a bug in the import
behavior). Which file did you import from to create the W32 image as
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