[chirp_users] How to save/upload after sorting the CHIRP rows?
diemkae at gmail.com
Wed Mar 23 07:33:31 PDT 2016
That is rather clever! Thanks.
For my Baofeng radio, as noted in another response, it is necessary to open
a writeable, downloaded .img file in the 2nd tab. Otherwise, the only
save[as] option is to a .csv file.
The only advantage then of my sort script is that one can specify multiple
sort keys, e.g. "-k 2,2 -k 3n,3" to sort primarily by name (column 2) and
secondarily by frequency (column 3).
On Wed, Mar 23, 2016 at 8:47 AM, Jim Unroe <rock.unroe at gmail.com> wrote:
> I can't think of a good reason why you would would CHIRP to come up in
> any order other then the order that the channels are in the radio.
> What I believe that you are wanting is to put the sorted order in the
> channel order and that is very easy to do.
> Download from the radio (or load a saved image file) twice.
> > A user with dozens of repeaters might want them to be programmed into
> the radio sorted by repeater Name for easy location (clockwise rotation of
> the ‘channel' knob steps through alphabetically).
> Click the Name header of the first tab to sort the column by Name.
> Click the first memory row with a name to highlight it.
> Shift-click the last memory row with a name to highlight the rest
> Right-click any highlighted memory row and choose Copy
> Right-click the first memory row in the second tab and choose Paste
> > Or someone with a dual-band, or tri-band radio might want them sorted by
> frequency so that the bands are separated into memory blocks.
> Repeat the above sorted by the Frequency column
> > Or someone might want to group all of the entries by Duplex to separate
> out repeaters from simplex frequencies.
> Repeat the above sorted by the Duplex column
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