George Stein - NJ3H
One of the things I use FLDigi for is to decode the Internet TTY feed from RTTY.com.
At least once a day the stream is interrupted, which then causes garbage characters on the screen, of course. So I close out of Window Media Player and then restart it and open the URL again for the Internet TTY.
Once the stream is reestablished, FLDigi won't decode it. I have tried changing modes and then change back to RTTY-45. The only way to start decoding is to close FLDigi and restart it. Then all is fine.
I am curious why FLDigi is unable to decode the stream unless the program is restarted. I am using the latest version and Windows 8.1
Any thoughts will be most appreciated.