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Your comments are very ungrateful, off base and just plain wrong! Fldigi never has claimed to be “professional” or complete, but is a work in progress always improving an getting better. It is a great and very complete IMO and does a fantastic job doing what it was designed for. You paid nothing for it and yet you bad mouth it. As has already been said, you should go and spend a bunch of money for other software and see if you do any better.
Many have tried to help you. I personally have spent hours writing emails on this list and direct to you trying to help you. I get no thanks and not even a reply to my last email. A while back you had a good running system and now you’ve changed something around and messed it up. It’s your own doing and it’s up to you to figure it out. I was warned that I was wasting my time trying to help you and I thought I knew better. Well I guess they were right.
You’ve taken yourself up that creek, Renee. Don’t blame anyone else.
On Jun 19, 2018, at 07:34, Renee Culver <rmctwoo@...
Fldigi is really neither complete or professional until it has a GOOD set of diagnostics.
I have an fldigi problem and Icom wanted to play scifi with it. No one here will touch it. I’m poor and up the creek,
Please contact me off list at the bellsouth email address.
On 06/17/2018 04:03 PM, Chuck K4RGN wrote:
I had been using Flrig successfully for months in conjunction with Fldigi to drive my Ten-Tec Pegasus 550. Along comes Windows 10 Update and breaks something, but I can't figure out what. The interesting thing is, WSJT-X and N4PY are still working fine after the update -- same COM port, same USB-to-serial cable, same rig. The symptom under Flrig is that the Peg cycles rapidly between receive and transmit, about 2 flips per second, as though Flrig and the Peg cannot complete a fundamental handshake. I have verified that the FTDI-provided driver for the COM port is still in use. If it weren't, or if the new privacy settings were screwed up, WSJT-X shouldn't work but it does. Flrig version is 1.3.39. I have tried uninstalling it (along with deleting the flrig.files directory), then reinstalling. No difference.
73, Chuck, K4RGN