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OK - Agree about leaving code alone that is already there in EEPROM.
But since I never run CEC code does the Memory Manger check your inout when you
do enter a bad value?
On July 21, 2018 at 9:30 PM Mike KK7ER <groupio@...> wrote:
I agree that uBITX Manager should flag bad values. But this is not a user error. It is simply the result of flashing CEC firmware on top of the stock firmware. The stock firmware did not write the memory locations where CW speed and sidetone values are stored -- it left them uninitialized. And apparently by design, the CEC firmware does not overwrite the EEPROM memory space used for user-defined parameters (probably to allow restoring the original firmware without losing settings). I may be mistaken but this interpretation makes sense to me.
73 Mike KK7ER