[chirp_users] ICOM 92AD

Mike Heitmann n0so at att.net
Sun Feb 26 21:02:28 PST 2012


Chirp works fine with my IC-92AD under Fedora 16 Linux with the latest daily build. I do have to make sure  it's on a quiet channel. Anything that makes the radio spit out low speed data causes chirp to fail detecting  the radio. That includes GPS, low speed data and (in my case) RFI from my laptop.

I loaded up the latest daily on Windows 7. I see the same issue with menus not being populated until you scroll over them with the mouse as James is seeing with Vista.  It also happens with the data windows. They appear to be blank after reading the radio until you move over them with the mouse. A gtk issue in Windows?

Mike, N0SO

On Feb 26, 2012, at 8:28 PM, Dan Smith <dsmith at danplanet.com> wrote:

>> Just wanted you to know that I am running Vista.
> 
> Oh, okay, then that answers my question, since I'm seeing the behavior
> in Windows 7.
> 
>> And now I can't get it to work again.
> 
> ...can't get what to work? The list of radio vendors?
> 
>> Plus I wanted to know something. If you do all your editing in a CSV
>> file can you use that to program the radio? I did a lot of work in
>> the CSV file from the Chrip program and it does not show any of the
>> corrections that I made?
> 
> I'm not sure what you're trying to say exactly. If you export your radio
> to a CSV file, then edit the CSV, yes you can bring the changes back
> into your radio. Just go to Radio -> Download, then once it comes up, go
> to File -> Import and choose your CSV file. It will take you through the
> process of importing your changes.
> 
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> Dan Smith
> www.danplanet.com
> KK7DS
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