Hi Bob,

could you also look at the scenario where Tx5 is being used to send qrz, e.g. "QRZ EI3KD". A reply to this isn't handled well by auto-sequencing. In fact, when doing this, it didn't even seem to be possible to double-click on a caller to fill the fields, without halting tx first?


Regards, Mark

WSJT-X v1.8.0-rc2 r8011


On 08/08/2017 12:01, Bill Somerville wrote:
On 08/08/2017 11:52, R Edward wrote:
I had a problem a couple of times last night when I was calling a station, but then another station called me (and my original target had not responded). Double-clicking the new caller's call didn't switch messages - the program kept calling the original target. I had to halt TX, then double-click the new caller's callsign to set up the appropriate messages. Is there a way this can be automated in a single double-click?

Hi Bob,

auto-sequencing has introduced a whole new set of problems to be solved in how WSJT-X responds to user actions. I am working through many different operating scenarios trying to iron out the defects and will make sure that this one is covered.

73
Bill
G4WJS.


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