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Task #205 — Using Adv SO2R \"Plain Pileup\" Scenario with $QSOB4, a dupe can leave you listening to wrong radio

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Opened by Robert A. Wilson (N6TV) - Sunday, 8 Jun 2008, 8:57pm
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WT 3.20 (and WT_DEV-3.21 2008-06-08)

  1. Operating, Techniques, Advanced SO2R
  2. Operating, Modify the Scenarios
  3. Press the [Plain Pileup] button. Note the [Insert] message gets programmed to be $R2R2 $INSERT $R1R2
  4. Press [OK]
  5. Type MSGS and program the [Insert] key to be $LOGGEDCALL $QSOB4 $GUESSEXCH $F2
  6. Windows, Secondary Radio
  7. Press AltGr-1 or Ctrl-Alt-1 to select Plain Pileup Mode
  8. Enter a callsign and Press [Insert]. Note that the red Radio 1 RX light goes out for the duration of the message, then returns you to stereo mode when the exchange is completely sent.
  9. Press [Plus] or [Enter] to log the QSO
  10. Enter the same callsign as step 7, and press [Insert]
  11. Bug: Win-Test sends the QSOB4 message but the Radio 1 RX light remains unlit. You end up listening with both ears on the wrong radio.

For dupes, the $QSOB4 macro should cancel the rest of the message as it does today, but the $R1R2 command at the end of the SO2R message must still be executed.

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Comment by Robert A. Wilson - Friday, 17 Sep 2010, 12:42am

Seems to be fixed in WT-DEV 4.6.0 Rev 413 and later.