[chirp_users] [CHIRP] #115: duplex setting getting automatically overwritten when frequency gets focus.

CHIRP Tracker donotreply at danplanet.com
Wed May 18 11:55:01 PDT 2011


#115: duplex setting getting automatically overwritten when frequency gets focus.
-------------------------------+--------------------------------------------
 Reporter:  rct+chirp@…        |        Type:  Bug          
   Status:  new                |    Priority:  Stability    
Milestone:                     |   Component:  Memory Editor
  Version:  (tip)              |    Keywords:               
 Platform:  Linux              |  
-------------------------------+--------------------------------------------
 If the frequency field gets focus, the duplex setting gets overwritten
 with the band plan duplex for that frequency, even if the frequency
 doesn't change.

 I first noticed this with 6 meter frequencies. they would loose their
 duplex setting if the frequency field gets focus.  Note: the frequency
 actually hasn't changed, I just double clicked on it.  There are no
 STD_6M_OFFSETS defined so the duplex settings all got changed to none.

 On a 2M frequency that had an offset that doesn't match the standard
 offsets, touching the frequency would cause the duplex setting to be
 silently changed.

 To reproduce:
 1. Enter a 6m frequency, 52.500, + offset by 0.500
 2. Double click the frequency, observer the + duplex has changed to none.

 Alternatively.
 1. Enter 147.375, notice that + and .600 get set automatically.
 2. Change to - shift.
 3. Double click on 147.375 so it gets & looses focus, note the shift
 (duplex0 has changed back to +.

 First if the frequency doesn't actually get changed, no other automatic
 changes should be applied.

 Second, I think automatically setting the shift/direction should only
 occur the first time the frequency is set.   Subsequent changes to the
 frequency shouldn't cause automatic defaults to be applied.

 Aren't the current set of standard 2m/70cm offsets somewhat US specific?

-- 
Ticket URL: <http://trac.chirp.danplanet.com/trac/ticket/115>
CHIRP <http://trac.chirp.danplanet.com/trac>
CHIRP Development


More information about the chirp_users mailing list