[chirp_users] Newbie questions - export/import in CSV

Stormy stormy1777 at yahoo.com
Wed Jun 29 12:17:02 PDT 2016


Thanks Jim, others,
what about "next import from CSV overwrites all values to high it seems.."
any way to prevent that? import/export is pretty common/required operation. I would think chirp should export a "power" field as it is displayed on the program window, if later it gets imported into a radio with no power, I assume that program will not display that power field, then the import should just IGNORE that field..
I think having CSV w/power field would go a long way...
does anyone know what these 4 fields are for?
Comment  URCALL  RPT1CALL   RPT2CALL 

Thanks.


      From: Jim Unroe <rock.unroe at gmail.com>
 To: Stormy <stormy1777 at yahoo.com>; Discussion of CHIRP <chirp_users at intrepid.danplanet.com> 
 Sent: Tuesday, June 28, 2016 1:41 PM
 Subject: Re: [chirp_users] Newbie questions - export/import in CSV
   
> Now, is there a way in chirp to:
>
> 1) change ALL channels to LOW or HIGH/MED ? it seems very tedious to do one
> by one, and even if you do, next import from CSV overwrites all values to
> high it seems.
To change this setting or multiple settings on multiple channels at once...

Highlight the channel rows that you want to change using "click",
"shift-click", and/or "ctrl-click" (click a row to highlight it and
then press Ctrl-A to quickly highlight them all).
Click the [Properties] button or right-click a highlighted channel row
and select "Properties" from the menu that appears.
Scroll down to the Power setting then tick the box to enable editing
this setting.
Change the setting to the desired power level.
Click the [OK] button.

Jim


  
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