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Task #373 — Entering any text command in Secondary Radio Window moves it to the wrong band

Attached to Project— Win-Test
Opened by Robert A. Wilson (N6TV) - Monday, 8 Aug 2016, 10:52am
Bug Report
Secondary radio wnd
Unconfirmed
No-one
All
High
Normal
Current WT-4.x
Undecided
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Found in WT 4.22.0-dev Rev. 684 and WT 4.21.0, but I think this bug has been around for a very long time.

  1. Open any log with two radios set up for rig control
  2. Windows | Secondary Radio (enable)
  3. Operating | Technique | Advanced SO2R (enable)
  4. Operating | Caps Lock binds to the secondary radio (enable)
  5. Put Primary Radio on 160m, the Secondary on 40m (doesn't matter, just use two different bands)
  6. Press [Caps Lock]. Secondary Radio window background turns yellow (OK).
  7. Type any text command in the secondary radio Window, e.g. AUTORELOAD [Enter], SETUP [Enter], MP3SETUP [Enter], or the text command assigned to a LUA script
  8. BUG: the BAND displayed in the secondary radio window immediately changes to same band as the primary radio
  9. Any QSOs logged in the Secondary Radio Window will be logged on the wrong band and frequency unless you move the VFO of the secondary radio to reset it.

Note: When it gets into this state, the frequency displayed in the Radio 2 bandmap window is still correct, but it doesn't match the band displayed in the Secondary Radio window, and the frequency in the saved QSOs (press Alt-F to view) will be 1.830, 3.500, etc., not the actual frequency of the secondary radio.

Note 2: If you move the secondary radio VFO just a little bit, by either touching the knob or typing a new frequency in the seconday radio window, the band displayed in the secondary radio window corrects itself. But if you type the same frequency that the radio is already on, so the VFO doesn't move, the band stays wrong.

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