W2DLC wrote:As, I said, everything is working fine on my laptop. I like SDRUno. I had a learning curve, but it wasn't that long. Mostly, I discovered that the software can do a lot more than I could discover in one sitting. There is more access to the gain controls and individual filters in SDRUno than in the other software, but some of that is in menus or windows that aren't immediately visible. Once you have discovered them, and then learned how they function, you can really tune it to do exactly what you want.
Well this is far from one sitting for me, LOL. I use SDR UNO everyday on my desktop. I am an experienced user. The software is just not made for a Toshiba Laptop and apparently many other laptops. It is something that needs to be corrected.
The Best correction would be to click on the top or bottom of any digit to change it up or down and a different click for manual tuning, like a double click. but the up and down arrows would be a definite improvement. There just needs to be someway to tune the frequency on a laptop that works on all laptops.
BTW it is useless to assume that users with questions are inexperienced.