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

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Wed May 18 16:19:14 PDT 2011


#115: duplex setting getting automatically overwritten when frequency gets focus.
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  Reporter:  rct+chirp@…        |       Owner:  kk7ds   
      Type:  Bug                |      Status:  accepted
  Priority:  Stability          |   Milestone:          
 Component:  Memory Editor      |     Version:  (tip)   
Resolution:                     |    Keywords:          
  Platform:  Linux              |  
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Comment (by Robert Terzi <rct+chirp@…>):

 First, here's the easy stuff to agree on I think:

 * If the frequency doesn't change, no auto updates should occur.  Right
 now, at least under linux, a double-click on the frequency column triggers
 an automatic update.   Note, after a double-click the cell is *not* left
 in edit mode, you don't even really see it go into edit mode and back out,
 which is why it's sort of insidious.

 * There should be no automatic updates if the frequency isn't contained
 one of the auto ranges.  I might not even have noticed this if I hadn't
 been touching the block of 6 meter repeaters on my VX-8 or if the 6 meter
 default shifts were defined.  Personally I think no automatic update when
 out of range vs. forcing simplex is the right behavior.

 * There should be a way to turn the automatic updates on/off.

 If we agree on the above, the fine tuning of the automatic shift settings
 that you are describing probably aren't necessary.

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Ticket URL: <http://trac.chirp.danplanet.com/trac/ticket/115#comment:2>
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