Re: Fldigi not following my transceiver



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.

Good luck.

Cliff, AE5ZA

On Jun 19, 2018, at 07:34, Renee Culver <rmctwoo@...> wrote:

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,
Renee KC3NG
From: <> On Behalf Of Dave
Sent: June 19, 2018 7:37 AM
Subject: Re: [winfldigi] at wits end with Flrig


Please contact me off list at the bellsouth email address.

David, W1HKJ

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. 

Pointers appreciated! 
73, Chuck, K4RGN 

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