[chirp_users] THIRD REQUEST: How to hit up hidden frequecy lists?

Charley Bratton charley at bratton.net
Wed Jan 3 13:08:04 PST 2018


Hi Peter,

By default, my version of Chirp drops the config files into my home directory (top level of users/cbratton/ in my case).
Each saved config is an iso file.  You can change the default location that chirp uses at the top of the download window once you download a config to begin making changes.

If you’re not sure where the config went, try downloading from the radio again and looking at the top of the window when you start to save the config.   You might also change the name of the config before you save to have a known target name to search for.

/CB

> On Jan 3, 2018, at 3:24 PM, Peter Ryan via chirp_users <chirp_users at intrepid.danplanet.com> wrote:
> 
> Geez, guys. My question seems like an easy one to answer. Will no one respond to my issue? 
> 
> I saved a new programming list to CHIRP (Macbook/Valley Enterprise cable/Yaesu FT-60) but I can't find it. One other earlier list shows in the "menu bar", but how do I find the second list? I new-named it, and then re-"saved" the list every 10 frequencies. Where the devil does it live, and how do I get it front-and-center when I need to upload it to a new radio? Or if the software reads my "new list" as no more than added frequencies to the initial one, why are the new frequencies not showing in the original list? Thanks
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