Locked Re: Changing and SAVING a configuration
I realize wat you are saying and it seems I have no choice but it is still much more a pain than the way it would work if I could make a change and then do a save to a named configuration. That is the way every other program I have works and it is very easy to goof up with the way this works. I see I have no choice so will just have to accept it.
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Sent: Wednesday, July 1, 2020 12:09
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] Changing and SAVING a configuration
On 01/07/2020 17:45, Gilbert Baron wrote:
Pretty much what I thought and HATED but I guess I will learn to live with it. Having to terminate to do this is a real PITA and I have no other program that requires this but it is what it is. Thanks for your reply and I will try to remember this process.
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you are making this much more complicated that it is in reality. There is no need to terminate WSJT-X to do anything with configurations. Just treat each configuration as you would treat WSJT-X without configurations, i.e. you change settings as required - that's it, no more, no less.
If you need a separate configuration then clone another that is close to where you want to start, give it a name that is meaningful to you. While you are switched to a configuration make any changes you need to, when you switch away from it, and back to it later; it will be exactly as you left it, just like exiting WSJT-X and restarting brings back the same settings.
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