Re: [multipsk] Multipsk and ICOM rig


Apr 22, 2006

 


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#1492 Apr 22, 2006

I use an ICOM 756 Pro 2 transceiver with Multipsk running the DXLab

Commander software.



When I am operating in a digital mode on the rig, (e.g., USB-D), and

have the mouse within the program screen, and then cause the thumbwheel

to rotate, the rig not only changes frequency, but it also leaves the

USB-D mode and reverts to USB.



This is a serious problem since I now have a live microphone and the

processor is turned on which causes the digital signal to be overdriven

and distort.



Have other ICOM or owners of other rigs noticed this?



Is there anyway to turn off the mouse wheel action in the Multipsk program?



Thanks and 73,



Rick, KV9U



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#1494 Apr 22, 2006

Hello Rick,  I have no experience on Icom XCVR but I can addsome option to turn off the mouse wheel. It is remembered  that the wheelstep is adjusted by clicking right over one of the delta frequency button (+1KHz) or over the "+band" button. 73Patrick ----- Original Message -----From:KV9UTo: multipsk@yahoogroups.comSent: Saturday, April 22, 2006 11:50PMSubject: [multipsk] Multipsk and ICOMrig

I use an ICOM 756 Pro 2transceiver with Multipsk running the DXLab Commandersoftware.

When I am operating in a digital mode on the rig, (e.g.,USB-D), and have the mouse within the program screen, and then cause thethumbwheel to rotate, the rig not only changes frequency, but it alsoleaves the USB-D mode and reverts to USB.

This is a serious problemsince I now have a live microphone and the processor is turned on whichcauses the digital signal to be overdriven and distort.

Have otherICOM or owners of other rigs noticed this?

Is there anyway to turn offthe mouse wheel action in the Multipsk program?

Thanks and73,

Rick, KV9U


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