On 14/11/2021 1:50 am, Pawel Stobinski
Sorry, That's not possible.
I wanted to have two WSJTXs + one JTDX instance running each
with its JTAlert. I can get WSJTXs+JTAlerts alone working but
then trying to start JTAlert for JTDX fails, as if it's not
identifying the JTDX. And vice versa, JTAlert+JTDX started first
work okay but then adding WSJTx is not successful.
Is there a way to get such a set working well?
I did some searching and found this note in the 2.10.0 release
- The multi-instance support has also been changed.
Running multiple copies
of JTAlert against both WSJT-X and JTDX simultaneously
is not supported.
You can run multiple instances of JTAlert against
either WSJT-X OR JTDX
only. Both types of applications can be running
simultaneously on the PC,
but only one JTAlert operating mode (against WSJT-X or
JTDX) is allowed.
The above notes have been added to the JTAlert Help file,
"Multiple Instances" topic for the next JTAlert release.
de Laurie VK3AMA