locked Re: [Ham-Apps] JT-Alert window width
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Sorry that I misunderstood. My primary reason for wanting WSJT-X to be extendable was to "tidy-up" my desktop.
I have thought about doing something similar to what you have proposed. I have a Flex-5000 with a second receiver and if I create a couple more virtual cables, I can view JT65 and JT9 at the same time. I had not considered "split" operation for transmit, but that might just work. For a number of reasons, I should probable look into a second monitor and video card that supports it or a larger monitor. Money, money, money...
From: Sam Morgan
Sent: Wednesday, May 8, 2013 6:17 PM
Subject: Re: [Ham-Apps] JT-Alert window width
that's great Ed,
what I need is the reverse
I need to gain desktop real estate
I need to shrink JT-Alert-X so it will match
the minimum width of the WSJT-X window
With the help of Julian VK4CMV
I am now able to run both WSJT-X & JT65-HF at the same time
by using the main and secondary receiver in my K3
this way I can watch both modes, and
I can tx on the main for JT65 or
tx in split for JT9
no more deciding which mode I wan to play on for the day
On 5/8/2013 3:46 PM, Ed Wilson wrote:
> The latest version of WSJT-X can be extended horizontally to match JT-Alert-X.
> The same goes for the waterfall, but you will have to play with the settings to
> get all 1 KHz to show and when you do, you will have a black area to the right
> with no waterfall. I have all three of my windows aligned in this fashion, but
> the waterfall only extends to 2 KHz and the black area I mentioned extends from
> 2.0 KHz to 2.3 KHz.
> Ed, K0KC
> *From:* Sam Morgan <k5oai.sam@...>
> *To:* Ham-Apps@...
> *Sent:* Wednesday, May 8, 2013 4:00 PM
> *Subject:* [Ham-Apps] JT-Alert window width
> Laurie you know you've about got it perfected
> when you start getting requests like this one.
> The default JT-Alert window width
> matches the JT65-HF & JT65-HF Comfort window widths exactly.
> However the width of the JT-Alert windows width for JT9-X
> extends out beyond the WSJT-X window width.
> ...and so its far right end, ends up under another window
> would it be possible to make the JT-Alert window widths
> match the 2 different WSJT and JT65 window widths,
> dependent on which one it was working with?
> GB & 73
> Sam Morgan
GB & 73