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do i don't think that the converter settings are stored in
registry, as they are contained in
"SDR-Console-ConverterDefns.xml" file in appdata folder.
it's not necessary to refactor this part of the console, but it
would make things easier when working with the identities.
Just my 5 cents.
Am 12.05.2020 um 12:07 schrieb jdow:
refreshing my memory a bit. The AppData per identity data is
basically "finding the fool thing on the computer's hardware
topology" plus a curious bit of data or two.
VisualGain="0.00000000000000000000", to a ridiculous level of
precision" is one of them.
The registry seems to reprise the find me stuff and adds a limited
number of receiver settings as well. I am not sure if it stores
converter options in there or not as I don't use the converter
There may be a data tidiness issue with all the duplications
appdata and registry. But - it ain't strictly speaking broke so
why fix it now?
On 20200512 02:27:05, Christian Veith wrote:
Yes these are the definitions. But in this
definitions file is no special configuration contained. These
settings are stored in the windows registry.
Am 12.05.2020 um 08:24 schrieb jdow:
They are also stored in the individual
identities. I was going to say what you just said until I
remembered what I had seen in appdata in my last foray into
the roaming SDRV3 folder and found one of these per identity,
SDR-Console-RadioDefns.xml. I am not sure which takes
precedence for which parameters. (And I am too lazy to
exhaustively test.) I do know that I have different radios
defined in each of my identities.
On 20200511 22:51:20, Christian Veith wrote:
Thanks for the tip, but that wouldn't
The hardware configuration of the radios is stored in the
Windows registry and the approach chosen is indentity
Please take a look on the screenshot of the registry tree of
Am 07.05.2020 um 20:48 schrieb jdow:
Would you settle for allowing the
same device to have two different "definitions" and names
in the select device dialog? One would be set to have a
converter on it and the other to be straight through,
perhaps with different input/output RF port selections?
That might have better utility and fall within Simon's
On 20200507 08:16:53, Christian Veith wrote:
thanks for this update :) Do you think it would be
possible to have different Radio settings per identity?
What i mean are the settings in this dialog:
I would then configure identity one as my Main HF
identity and a second one as Transverter with slightly
Thanks in advance
Am 06.05.2020 um 07:27 schrieb Simon Brown:
In 3.0.23 there are four more optional identities:
Simon Brown, G4ELI