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Re: Can you prevent mode switching?

From: Nate Bargmann
Subject: Re: Can you prevent mode switching?
Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2021 20:59:54 -0500

* On 2021 27 Oct 18:23 -0500, Onno VK6FLAB wrote:
> I've just removed (commented out) all rig_set_mode calls in src/gettxinfo.c
> and the behaviour persists. Not sure where else to look.

Hi Onno,

Follow the logic from the parsing of logcfg.dat with the SSBMODE and
RTTYMODE keywords.  That should lead you to where the mode is set on
startup, at least.

> I agree with Nate, TLF should follow the mode, not set it unless
> specifically instructed to do so.

I'm sure some prefer the current behavior (working a single mode event,
I can see this preference and would likely use it).  I'd like to see a
similar keyword, perhaps RIGMODE is to close to the existing RIGMODEL
keyword, maybe FOLLOW_MODE would work, that could be added for Tlf
following the radio mode until instructed to change mode.

73, Nate

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