[chirp_users] How can I use Chirp to re-use One Master File for multiple Radio Brands & Models?
cknowles at tiac.net
Mon Jun 24 07:46:27 PDT 2019
For all Windows users I would recommend Calc from LibreOffice. It is
free and part of a suite of applications more versatile than Windows
Office. Chris, N1CAK
On 6/24/2019 10:37 AM, D.J.J. Ring, Jr. wrote:
> Good news, Dan - for Windows users that is.
> Gnumeric is now available for Windows 10.
> If you want some software that's fast, I recommend Gnumeric and
> Abiword. Very small size programs but do what most people need to do,
> and they work very fast.
> Hmmm, just like CHIRP. Fast and useful.
> On Mon, Jun 24, 2019 at 10:31 AM Dan Clemmensen
> <danclemmensen at gmail.com <mailto:danclemmensen at gmail.com>> wrote:
> Visicalc was first. It was the killer app for use of the PC in the
> There is no need to pay for a fancy spreadheet to use CHIRP. They
> are bloated and complicated. I am a free software fanatic, so I
> use Gnumeric. It has all the capabilities you need for use with
> CHIRP (and pretty much anything else). I'm a Linux user.
> Unfortunately for Windows user, new versions do not run on Windows.
> If I were forced to use Windows or some other strange platform, I
> would use Google Sheets.
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