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On 02/01/2021 6:44 PM Gary Hinson <gary@...> wrote:
OK, I was wrong. You can start the JTDX Control Panel before or after launching JTDX using Start -> JTDX on the UDP BandMap. It works either way. So you can also close and then re-open the JTDX Control Panel if you like.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Gary Hinson
Sent: 02 February 2021 09:57
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] JTDX Control Panel
The control panel didn’t work when I started it after JTDX … but I’ll try it again now, or rather “Now in a minute” as my Welsh grandmother used to say.
Gary. I think you'll find that the JTDX control paned works correctly if it is started before or after JTDX. 73.
On 01/31/2021 9:44 PM Gary Hinson <gary@...> wrote:
I’ve discovered that the JTDX Control Panel only works (for me) if I follow this sequence:
1. Open the UDP BandMap.
2. On the UDP BandMap menu, click Config -> Show JTDX Control Panel
3. On the UDP BandMap menu, click Start -> JTDX … and wait for it to launch fully (it needs at least 8 seconds on my system so I have configured it to wait 10 seconds).
Now I can click the JTDX Control Panel buttons to change bands or modes: JTDX and the radio change quickly although the JTDX control panel button coloring takes a second or two to catch up.
If instead I start JTDX from its desktop icon, the JTDX Control Panel shows Control Panel not connected and doesn’t work. Also, if I start JTDX before opening the JTDX Control Panel, the control panel looks OK (no red warning) but doesn’t work.