Re: RxID Issue
I'm sure that you must have opened the menu item "Help / Beginners Guide", an html document: search for RSID reveals
1.4. How do I recognize and tune in the signals?
Recognizing the different modes comes with experience. It is a matter of listening to the signal, and observing the appearance of the signal on the tuning display. You can also practice transmitting with the transceiver disconnected, listening to the sound of the signals coming from the computer. There is also (see later paragraph) an automatic tuning option which can recognize and tune in most modes for you.
The software provides a tuning display which shows the radio signals that are receivable within the transceiver passband. Using a point and click technique with the mouse, you can click on the centre of a signal to select it, and the software will tune it in for you. Some modes require more care than others, and of course you need to have the software set for the correct mode first — not always so easy!
The RSID (automatic mode detection and tuning) feature uses a special sequence of tones transmitted at the beginning of each transmission to identify and tune in the signals received. For this feature to work, not only do you need to enable the feature in the receiver, but in addition the stations you are wishing to tune in need to have this feature enabled on transmission. Other programs also offer this RSID feature as an option.
And you also would have downloaded the 492 page pdf fldigi-help file, http://www.w1hkj.com/files/fldigi/fldigi-help.pdf
where a quick search for RSID would have brought you to
73, David, W1HKJ