[chirp_users] Chirp, RFNET Lookup, tones

Serge Burjak serge at serge.net
Mon Apr 1 21:13:19 PDT 2013


Thanks again, Dan.

Just learning with Chirp, looks great. More to learn.

I won't ask any VXA-700 questions today...

Cheers

On 2 April 2013 14:08, Dan Smith <dsmith at danplanet.com> wrote:
>> It appears that the 88.5 appears in the areas where there is no tone
>> specified. After looking in more detail, tones are correct for the
>> sites that do have a tone. Also the TONE column actually says NONE for
>> those without. My error it seems.
>
> Ah, okay, you may want to enable View->Hide Unused Fields.
>
>> Another quick question, is there a template for changing global
>> defaults? Would be good to set high power as the default for all
>> frequencies..
>
> When you're looking at the memory editor, the power levels you see are
> the ones already set in the memories being displayed. If you are
> editing, new memories take the defaults of the previous memory entered,
> which means that if you enter four memories in a row, and select High
> power for the first, the other three will default to High as well.
>
> Also, there is already a feature request in place for a bulk memory
> editing interface, which would allow you to select a group of memories
> and apply a particular setting to all of them such as setting all
> memories to High power). That's not implemented yet, but it's on the
> list.
>
> Hope that helps!
>
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