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Task #370 — Secondary radio QSOs may be logged on wrong band after entering text commands there

Attached to Project— Win-Test
Opened by Robert A. Wilson (N6TV) - Monday, 22 Feb 2016, 4:29am
Bug Report
Secondary radio wnd
Unconfirmed
No-one
All
High
Normal
Current WT-4.x
Undecided
0% complete

wt v4.20

  1. Set up for SO2R mode, Radio 1 and Radio 2 computer controlled, such as two Elecraft K3s
  2. Windows | Secondary Radio
  3. Radio 1 on 20m, Radio 2 on 15m
  4. Options | CapsLock Binds to the Secondary Radio
  5. Note correct band displayed in both primary and secondary radios
  6. Press CapsLock
  7. Type any text command or script shortcut in the secondary radio window, e.g., WORKDUPE, MOVEINMYLOGONLY, RUNSP, SPAN (calls my P3 script), etc.
  8. BUG: Band changes in Secondary radio window, on the logging line, to match the Primary radio band (?)
  9. Now, log a QSO on the secondary radio. It will be logged on the correct frequency, but wrong band.

Note: After typing the text command in the secondary radio window, if you move the Radio 2 VFO even a little, the band display will quickly correct itself. The bug only happens if you type a text command AND then log a QSO WITHOUT moving the VFO.

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