tried that. I move the DSP window according and it remains
floating. I select “docking” and it flies back to where I
still in the school of thinking I am doing something wrong.
in the middle of mounting my 3.4GHz feed and pre-amp on the
dish and as there are no drag and drop Windows features I
need to measure twice, tighten and measure again….and
eventually start again. A spotting laser helps no end.
return to the Windows receiver issues next week once I am
done fitting the hardware to the mast
Did you see my post with the pictures? (Or did they not make
This is a very standard Windows GUI metaphor. It's best to
learn how to do it.
On 20220616 02:17:45, Nicholas Shaxted
I have tried all of that and am left with
a floating panel.
As soon as I click to dock it the panel
flies back to the RHS and docks.
For now I will leave it as it is as I
don’t have time/can’t be bothered at this stage chasing the
[I am trying to build some microwave kit
for 3400Mhz, as well as manage the builders who making
modifications to the house..]
Nick – g4ogi
On Wed, Jun 15, 2022 at 11:30 AM,
Nicholas Shaxted wrote:
If anyone is interested I have
yet to resolve the issue.
I assume you have read this about positioning
I don't often need to use a Receiver pane as the main
waterfall window serves my purpose, but to try and simulate
your issue I did enable one RX Pane. Note that when you
"left click and drag" the title bar of a pane, not only do
you see the large "arrows diamond" cross graphic near the
centre of the SDRC window to drop the pane onto in the
required arrow position, if you look right at the edges of
the screen you will see there are arrows there too. It's
sometimes possible to end up with the RX pane all across the
bottom of the screen and this can give the impression that
it's overlapping the DSP (actually it's not). So either
click/drag the DSP title bar to the arrow on to the far left
of the screen to make it full height, or click/drag the
title bar of the RX window to the bottom of the centre large
crosses to place it where I think you want it, i.e. centre
Anyway, have a read of that section I linked if you did not
already. Other than this I'm finding it hard to visualise
the exact issue you are having but I find SDRC pane
positioning entirely predictable on my setup.
Just to recap, if you left-click (and hold) and drag the
title bar of any SDRC pane and place it over one of the
large on-screen arrows, then that pane automatically
switches to "docked" mode in the required position. If you
don't release over one of the big on-screen arrows, then
that pane then becomes floating.
Hope it helps?