Re: [multipsk] Loss of Text


Aug 31, 2009

 


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#7697 Aug 31, 2009

All,I have successfully used 3 modes so far with this fineprogram. HF Fax and Amtor decoding and have been able to tx and rx in vhfpacket ( my first attempt at this!!).  Recently I have lost the text inthe viewing window with packet.  I see ( and hear) the packets in thespectrum window, but nothing is showing below.  I must have hit a buttonto change this, but which one I don’t know.  I have been working onthis for 2 days with negative results, any ideas?SteveN2PQJ



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#7701 Sep 1, 2009

Hello Steve, >viewing window Which edition window do you refer? By default there are three edition windows, fromtop to bottom:* the first is whereyou type,* the second is what is transmitted by theprogram,* the third is the reception one.The cursor must be normally in the first one,except if you want to copy text from the other ones.Perhaps the cursor was staying in the second orthird one? Note: by default, none of the control signals aredisplayed. Go to Options and uncheck "Only the information on RX and TX frame" to seethem.

 73Patrick----- Original Message -----From:StevenWilliam HinesTo: multipsk@yahoogroups.comSent: Tuesday, September 01, 2009 3:36AMSubject: [multipsk] Loss of Text

All,I have successfully used 3 modesso far with this fine program. HF Fax and Amtor decoding and have been able totx and rx in vhf packet ( my first attempt at this!!).  Recently I havelost the text in the viewing window with packet.  I see ( and hear) thepackets in the spectrum window, but nothing is showing below.  I musthave hit a button to change this, but which one I don.t know.  I havebeen working on this for 2 days with negative results, anyideas?SteveN2PQJ



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#7705 Sep 1, 2009

Patrick,No Luck.  The second and third editionwindows are not displaying.  The cursor is in the first one.  I installed a soundcardbased web cam program and Skype prior to this, I don’t know if that isrelated to the problem.  I’m going to uninstall those programs, and seewhat develops.Steve  

From:multipsk@yahoogroups.com [mailto:multipsk@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Patrick Lindecker

Sent: Tuesday, September 01, 20095:28 AM

To: multipsk@yahoogroups.com

Subject: Re: [multipsk] Loss ofText

   Hello Steve,

 

>viewing window

Which edition window do you refer?

 

By default there are three edition windows, from top tobottom:

* the first is where you type,

* the second is what is transmitted by the program,

* the third is the reception one.

The cursor must be normally in the first one, except if youwant to copy text from the other ones.

Perhaps the cursor was staying in the second or third one?

 

Note: by default, none of the control signals are displayed.Go to Options and uncheck

"Only the information on RX and TX frame" to seethem.



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#7706 Sep 1, 2009

Steven, Could you transmit a simple macro ("CQ" forexample) in Packet?What happens? Could you check if the "Unproto" button ispushed (in "Monitor" there is no TX). The WEB cam and Skype don't seem related to theproblem. 73Patrick   ----- Original Message -----From:StevenWilliam HinesTo: multipsk@yahoogroups.comSent: Tuesday, September 01, 2009 6:38PMSubject: RE: [multipsk] Loss ofText

Patrick,No Luck.  Thesecond and third edition windows are not displaying.  The cursor is inthe first one.  I installed a soundcard based web cam program and Skypeprior to this, I don.t know if that is related to the problem.  I.m goingto uninstall those programs, and see whatdevelops.Steve  



From: multipsk@yahoogroups.com[mailto:multipsk@yahoogroups.com] On BehalfOf Patrick LindeckerSent: Tuesday, September 01, 2009 5:28AMTo:multipsk@yahoogroups.comSubject: Re: [multipsk] Loss ofText

   HelloSteve,

 

>viewing window

Which edition window do yourefer?

 

By default there are three editionwindows, from top to bottom:

* the first is where youtype,

* the second is what istransmitted by the program,

* the third is the receptionone.

The cursor must be normally in thefirst one, except if you want to copy text from the otherones.

Perhaps the cursor was staying inthe second or third one?

 

Note: by default, none of thecontrol signals are displayed. Go to Options and uncheck

"Only the information on RX and TXframe" to see them.



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#7707 Sep 1, 2009

Patrick,“Unpronto” is pushed.  When Ihit connect I hear the handshake exchange between my rig and the packetmachine.  They cycle back and forth.  Although the spectrum gragh shows an ‘s’shaped waveform- not the rigid peaks and valleys I used to see. There is notext in any of the three fields.Steve    

From:multipsk@yahoogroups.com [mailto:multipsk@yahoogroups.com ] On Behalf Of Patrick Lindecker

Sent: Tuesday, September 01, 20091:07 PM

To: multipsk@yahoogroups.com

Subject: Re: [multipsk] Loss ofText

   Steven,

 

Could you transmit a simple macro ("CQ" forexample) in Packet?

What happens?

Could you check if the "Unproto" button ispushed (in "Monitor" there is no TX).

 

The WEB cam and Skype don't seem related to the problem.

 

73

Patrick

 

 

 

----- Original Message -----

From: Steven WilliamHines

To: multipsk@yahoogroup s.com

Sent: Tuesday, September01, 2009 6:38 PM

Subject: RE: [multipsk]Loss of Text

 

Patrick,No Luck.  The second and third edition windows are notdisplaying.  The cursor is in the first one.  I installed a soundcardbased web cam program and Skype prior to this, I don’t know if that isrelated to the problem.  I’m going to uninstall those programs, andsee what develops.Steve  

From: multipsk@yahoogroup s.com[mailto: multipsk@ yahoogroups. com ]On Behalf Of Patrick Lindecker

Sent: Tuesday, September 01, 20095:28 AM

To: multipsk@yahoogroup s.com

Subject: Re: [multipsk] Loss ofText

   Hello Steve,

 

>viewingwindow

Whichedition window do you refer?

 

By defaultthere are three edition windows, from top to bottom:

* the firstis where you type,

* the secondis what is transmitted by the program,

* the thirdis the reception one.

The cursormust be normally in the first one, except if you want to copy text from theother ones.

Perhaps thecursor was staying in the second or third one?

 

Note: bydefault, none of the control signals are displayed. Go to Options and uncheck

"Onlythe information on RX and TX frame" to see them.







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#7709 Sep 1, 2009

Hello Steve, If the "Only the information on RX and TX frame"option is checked (default), it is normal not to see nothing in the threewindows during connection. After Connection, do you see "Connected to xxxxx"in the white label? After the connection, the BBS sends normally sometext. 73Patrick ----- Original Message -----From:StevenWilliam HinesTo: multipsk@yahoogroups.comSent: Tuesday, September 01, 2009 8:50PMSubject: RE: [multipsk] Loss ofText

Patrick,.Unpronto. ispushed.  When I hit connect I hear the handshake exchange between my rigand the packet machine.  They cycle back and forth.  Although thespectrum gragh shows an .s. shaped waveform- not the rigid peaks and valleys Iused to see. There is no text in any of the threefields.Steve    



From:multipsk@yahoogroups.com[mailto: multipsk@yahoogroups.com ]On Behalf Of PatrickLindeckerSent: Tuesday,September 01, 2009 1:07 PMTo:multipsk@yahoogroups.comSubject: Re: [multipsk] Loss ofText

   Steven,

 

Could you transmit a simple macro("CQ" for example) in Packet?

What happens?

Could you check if the "Unproto"button is pushed (in "Monitor" there is noTX).

 

The WEB cam and Skype don't seemrelated to the problem.

 

73

Patrick

 

 

 

----- Original Message -----

From: Steven WilliamHines

To: multipsk@yahoogroup s.com

Sent:Tuesday, September 01, 2009 6:38 PM

Subject: RE:[multipsk] Loss of Text

 

Patrick,No Luck.  Thesecond and third edition windows are not displaying.  The cursor is inthe first one.  I installed a soundcard based web cam program and Skypeprior to this, I don.t know if that is related to the problem.  I.mgoing to uninstall those programs, and see whatdevelops.Steve  



From: multipsk@yahoogroup s.com[mailto:multipsk@ yahoogroups. com ] On Behalf Of PatrickLindeckerSent: Tuesday,September 01, 2009 5:28 AMTo:multipsk@yahoogroup s.comSubject: Re: [multipsk] Loss ofText

  

HelloSteve,

 

>viewing window

Whichedition window do you refer?

 

Bydefault there are three edition windows, from top tobottom:

* thefirst is where you type,

* thesecond is what is transmitted by theprogram,

* thethird is the reception one.

Thecursor must be normally in the first one, except if you want to copy textfrom the other ones.

Perhapsthe cursor was staying in the second or thirdone?

 

Note: bydefault, none of the control signals are displayed. Go to Options anduncheck

"Onlythe information on RX and TX frame" to seethem.



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#7710 Sep 1, 2009

Frame option is unchecked.  No text is displayedat all.  I do hear the bbs send its reply. Maybe hardware?Steve  

From:multipsk@yahoogroups.com [mailto:multipsk@yahoogroups.com ] On Behalf Of Patrick Lindecker

Sent: Tuesday, September 01, 20093:28 PM

To: multipsk@yahoogroups.com

Subject: Re: [multipsk] Loss ofText

   Hello Steve,

 

If the "Only the information on RX and TX frame"option is checked (default), it is normal not to see nothing in the threewindows during connection.

 

After Connection, do you see "Connected to xxxxx"in the white label?

 

After the connection, the BBS sends normally some text.

 

73

Patrick

 

----- Original Message -----

From: Steven WilliamHines

To: multipsk@yahoogroup s.com

Sent: Tuesday, September01, 2009 8:50 PM

Subject: RE: [multipsk]Loss of Text

 

Patrick,“Unpronto” is pushed.  When I hit connect I hearthe handshake exchange between my rig and the packet machine.  They cycleback and forth.  Although the spectrum gragh shows an ‘s’shaped waveform- not the rigid peaks and valleys I used to see. There is notext in any of the three fields.Steve    

From: multipsk@yahoogroup s.com[mailto: multipsk@yahoogroup s.com ]On Behalf Of Patrick Lindecker

Sent: Tuesday, September 01, 20091:07 PM

To: multipsk@yahoogroup s.com

Subject: Re: [multipsk] Loss ofText

   Steven,

 

Could youtransmit a simple macro ("CQ" for example) in Packet?

Whathappens?

Could youcheck if the "Unproto" button is pushed (in "Monitor"there is no TX).

 

The WEB camand Skype don't seem related to the problem.

 

73

Patrick

 

 

 

-----Original Message -----

From: Steven WilliamHines

To: multipsk@yahoogroup s.com

Sent: Tuesday, September 01, 2009 6:38 PM

Subject: RE: [multipsk] Loss of Text

 

Patrick,No Luck.  The second and third edition windows are notdisplaying.  The cursor is in the first one.  I installed a soundcardbased web cam program and Skype prior to this, I don’t know if that isrelated to the problem.  I’m going to uninstall those programs, andsee what develops.Steve  

From: multipsk@yahoogroup s.com[mailto: multipsk@ yahoogroups. com ]On Behalf Of Patrick Lindecker

Sent: Tuesday, September 01, 20095:28 AM

To: multipsk@yahoogroup s.com

Subject: Re: [multipsk] Loss ofText

   Hello Steve,

 

>viewingwindow

Whichedition window do you refer?

 

By defaultthere are three edition windows, from top to bottom:

* the firstis where you type,

* the secondis what is transmitted by the program,

* the thirdis the reception one.

The cursormust be normally in the first one, except if you want to copy text from theother ones.

Perhaps thecursor was staying in the second or third one?

 

Note: bydefault, none of the control signals are displayed. Go to Options and uncheck

"Onlythe information on RX and TX frame" to see them.







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#7711 Sep 1, 2009

Steve, If with "Only the information on RX and TXframe" option unchecked, you don't see anything, it isanormal. Some tests:* could you transmit asimple macro ("CQ" for example) in Packet and confirms that nothing happens inany of the three windows?* could you uncheck the"Double" button and do thge same instruction ("CQ"). What happens?

* do you have the sameproblem in BPSK31? in PAX (sending a CQ as in Packet)?73Patrick



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#7712 Sep 1, 2009

Patrick,I used CQ macro and saw results in frame 1and 2. Looks like I’m not rx text.      

From:multipsk@yahoogroups.com [mailto:multipsk@yahoogroups.com ] On Behalf Of Patrick Lindecker

Sent: Tuesday, September 01, 20094:17 PM

To: multipsk@yahoogroups.com

Subject: Re: [multipsk] Loss ofText

   Steve,

 

If with "Only the information on RX and TX frame"option unchecked, you don't see anything, it is anormal.

 

Some tests:

* could youtransmit a simple macro ("CQ" for example) in Packet and confirmsthat nothing happens in any of the three windows?* could youuncheck the "Double" button and do thge same instruction("CQ"). What happens? * do youhave the same problem in BPSK31? in PAX (sending a CQ as in Packet)?73Patrick



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#7713 Sep 1, 2009

Patrick,I may have found it.  I went toadjustments. Then to AF levels + soundcard +pc speed.  The mixer inputbutton showed microphone checked when I needed line input.  Allworks.  It had to be the web cam program (Logitech) changed a setting whenI downloaded it.  Enough talk, now I’ll register to open up all the Multipskoptions.  Thanks again.  J      J  JSteveN2PQJ  

From:multipsk@yahoogroups.com [mailto:multipsk@yahoogroups.com ] On Behalf Of Steven William Hines

Sent: Tuesday, September 01, 20095:17 PM

To: multipsk@yahoogroups.com

Subject: RE: [multipsk] Loss ofText

   Patrick,I used CQ macro and saw results in frame 1 and 2. Looks likeI’m not rx text.   

From: multipsk@yahoogroups.com[mailto: multipsk@yahoogroups.com ] On Behalf Of Patrick Lindecker

Sent: Tuesday, September 01, 20094:17 PM

To: multipsk@yahoogroups.com

Subject: Re: [multipsk] Loss ofText

   Steve,

 

If with"Only the information on RX and TX frame" option unchecked, you don'tsee anything, it is anormal.

 

Some tests:

* could youtransmit a simple macro ("CQ" for example) in Packet and confirmsthat nothing happens in any of the three windows?* could youuncheck the "Double" button and do thge same instruction("CQ"). What happens? * do youhave the same problem in BPSK31? in PAX (sending a CQ as in Packet)?73Patrick



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#7714 Sep 1, 2009

Unproto is precisely "without following the protocol" (means, AX.25protocol), it just sends UI frames and it is incompatble with SABM (SetAsynchronous Balanced Mode--in short, connected mode, which is theusual for packet) Unproto is OK for APRS and TCPIP data in the frame'sdata field.



So, "un-push" the unproto button if you want to use the connected mode.



73 & GL,



Jose, CO2JA



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Steven William Hines escribió:Patrick,“Unpronto”is pushed.  When Ihit connect I hear the handshake exchange between my rig and the packetmachine.  They cycle back and forth.  Although the spectrum gragh showsan ‘s’shaped waveform- not the rigid peaks and valleys I used to see. Thereis notext in any of the three fields.Steve    

From:multipsk@yahoogroups.com [mailto:multipsk@yahoogroups.com ] On Behalf Of Patrick Lindecker

Sent: Tuesday,September 01, 20091:07 PM

To:multipsk@yahoogroups.com

Subject: Re:[multipsk] Loss ofText

   Steven,

 

Could you transmit asimple macro ("CQ" forexample) in Packet?

What happens?

Could you check if the"Unproto" button ispushed (in "Monitor" there is no TX).

 

The WEB cam and Skypedon't seem related to the problem.

 

73

Patrick

 

 

 

----- Original Message-----

From: Steven WilliamHines

To: multipsk@yahoogroup s.com

Sent: Tuesday, September01, 2009 6:38 PM

Subject: RE: [multipsk]Loss of Text

 

Patrick,No Luck. The second and third edition windows are notdisplaying.  The cursor is in the first one.  I installed a soundcardbased web cam program and Skype prior to this, I don’t know if that isrelated to the problem.  I’m going to uninstall those programs, andsee what develops.Steve  

From: multipsk@yahoogroup s.com[mailto: multipsk@ yahoogroups. com ]On Behalf Of PatrickLindecker

Sent: Tuesday,September 01, 20095:28 AM

To:multipsk@yahoogroup s.com

Subject: Re:[multipsk] Loss ofText

   Hello Steve,

 

>viewingwindow

Whichedition window do you refer?

 

By defaultthere are three edition windows, from top to bottom:

* the firstis where you type,

* the secondis what is transmitted by the program,

* the thirdis the reception one.

The cursormust be normally in the first one, except if you want to copy text fromtheother ones.

Perhaps thecursor was staying in the second or third one?

 

Note: bydefault, none of the control signals are displayed. Go to Options anduncheck

"Onlythe information on RX and TX frame" to see them.



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#7715 Sep 2, 2009

Steve, Fine that you find the solution. 73Patrick----- Original Message -----From:StevenWilliam HinesTo: multipsk@yahoogroups.comSent: Tuesday, September 01, 2009 11:33PMSubject: RE: [multipsk] Loss ofText

Patrick,I may have foundit.  I went to adjustments. Then to AF levels + soundcard +pcspeed.  The mixer input button showed microphone checked when I neededline input.  All works.  It had to be the web cam program (Logitech)changed a setting when I downloaded it.  Enough talk, now I.ll registerto open up all the Multipsk options.  Thanksagain.  J      J JSteveN2PQJ  



From:multipsk@yahoogroups.com[mailto: multipsk@yahoogroups.com ]On Behalf Of Steven William HinesSent: Tuesday, September 01, 2009 5:17PMTo:multipsk@yahoogroups.comSubject: RE: [multipsk] Loss ofText

   Patrick,I used CQ macro andsaw results in frame 1 and 2. Looks like I.m not rxtext.   



From:multipsk@yahoogroups.com[mailto: multipsk@yahoogroups.com ]On Behalf Of PatrickLindeckerSent: Tuesday,September 01, 2009 4:17 PMTo:multipsk@yahoogroups.comSubject: Re: [multipsk] Loss ofText

  

Steve,

 

If with "Only theinformation on RX and TX frame" option unchecked, you don't see anything, itis anormal.

 

Sometests:

* could you transmita simple macro ("CQ" for example) in Packet and confirms that nothing happensin any of the three windows?* could you uncheckthe "Double" button and do thge same instruction ("CQ"). What happens?

* do you have thesame problem in BPSK31? in PAX (sending a CQ as inPacket)?73Patrick






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