[chirp_users] How to save/upload after sorting the CHIRP rows?

Jardy Dawson jardy72 at yahoo.com
Tue Mar 22 20:35:38 PDT 2016


Can't you print by exporting a csv to Excel and print that?
Jardy Dawson
WA7JRD Ham Radio

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      From: "Knight, Dave" <diemkae at gmail.com>
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 Sent: Tuesday, March 22, 2016 5:07 PM
 Subject: Re: [chirp_users] How to save/upload after sorting the CHIRP rows?
   
I thought as much, based on the unhelpful response I got to my last query: "how can I print the entire list of entries" ... "Nope, can't do that.  Just do a screen print."  Which is just a pain, I suppose, unless you've got more than one screen of entries, then it's a ROYAL PITA!

Regarding save/upload of re-sorted rows, I devised a similar "creative workaround":

   1 - export the .img to a .csv 
   2 - sort by frequency & renumber the rows wit a simple shell script (attached) and save the output in another .csv file
   3 - import the new .csv file

To sort by a column other then frequency (column number 3), replace the 3s in -kn3,3 in the sort command with the column number by which you want to sort.  This may be easier for Linux users that the spreadsheet approach.  It would also work in a CYGWIN terminal under windows.

Would it be fair to conclude that requests for new features like a built-in print capability and a save/upload sorted capability are unlikely to be implemented?
 
Thanks,
Dave Knight, K2COE

On Tue, Mar 22, 2016 at 7:18 PM, Fred Maxwell <_chirp at mail2fm.com> wrote:

Dave,

I ran into the same problem and I don’t believe that a solution exists yet.  There is not a way to sort everything but the memory location numbers, which I believe is what is needed.  So you can sort them for display in any way you like (frequency, name, mode, etc.), but the memory location number for each entry will remain the same.

The only way that I was able to work around that was to created a spreadsheet, do the sorting from that, and then export a .csv file.  In my case, I wanted the repeaters sorted by order of distance from my home, so lower memory location numbers mean closer repeaters.

Regards,
  Fred
  KM4QLB


> On Mar 22, 2016, at 7:04 PM, Knight, Dave <diemkae at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> After clicking on a column heading to sort the chirp entries, the new sort order is lost on upload or save.
>
> Please advise how I can save/upload sorted rows.
>
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