I know how to save the workspace but it does not save the freqs and other settings.
With Multiple VFO's for digital it would help greatly if all could be saved.
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I like to have 8 Aircraft receivers up simultaneously. Putting the frequencies in the individual receivers each time I start the program is horrendous. Even pulling them from memory banks is scant help, unless I am doing it wrong and there is a way to easily create a VRX for each memory in a bank?
The latest manual has this as the recommended procedure:
"In this context recalling a memory location means assigning its Frequency and Mode parameters to a SDRuno VRX. As an instance of SDRuno can have more than one VRX you need a way to tell the Memory panel which is your “target” VRX: this is the purpose of the MCTR button on the RX Control panel. The MCTR button “connects” a specific VRX to the Memory panel for some operations. A mutual exclusion logic is implemented: only one VRX can be assigned at a given time (inside the same application instance). Once a VRX is “connected” recalling a memory location is straightforward: simply click on any cell of the wanted memory location (row). "
"Connect" the Memory panel to each VRX separately, then pull in a single frequency? Seriously? I think this is an area that could use some love. Clearly the devs consider the use of many (more than one?) VRXs as an unusual configuration, yet it is a key feature of the program.
Someone is bound to ask why I don't use the scanning feature instead, but a moment's thought will tell you that is not the same thing at all. I have the capabilility to listen to multiple frequencies simultaneously, and I want to use it.
This is not to say I don't think SDRuno is amazing software, and included free to boot. I am delighted to see the improvements in 1.3, especially since that paves the way for diversity and other goodies in the next version. Keep up the good work, and thank you.
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