In 2.15g rc17 File dialogs are now stateful per use and task: path, filter, options. This makes it very convenient to have separate folders for memories, audio palettes, waterfall palettes, and RF recordings. SdrDx will remember where they are, and what you like to call them, and display only those filesystem elements relevant to your task.
In 2.15g rc16 I have replaced the standard file dialog with one of my own. Several reasons.
First, OS X jams the system up the first time or two you open the OS X file dialog, and that fouls SdrDx up, because it is unable to update the display, buffers get too full, etc. So that's bad.
Second, Qt 4.7, bless its pointy little head, dumps a whole bunch of errors to the system console when it opens the OS X dialog. That gets in my way when I'm trying to see if I caused any errors.
Third, I'm simply not fond of the way OS X jumbles folders in with files. I like my way better. I'll be interested in any feedback about this, of course.
Lastly, OS X makes me hunt for the files I want, in and among the files I don't want, which is just basically annoying. So, hearkening back to Imagemaster days, I recalled building a file dialog for another operating system and replacing it, for reasons I considered similarly in-my-face. Yes, it's something new to learn. No, it's not difficult to learn. At all.
in 2.15g rc15 adds automatic centering to the multipath mode of the aux scope.
in 2.15g rc14 extends PPM frequency correction individually to all known radio types. This means that you can have multiple SDR types available to SdrDx and they will each have their own PPM correction. See this documentation.
in 2.15g rc13 dialog now has "127.0.0.1" convenience checkmark for those of you who are using servers on the same machine. No discovery required, etc, just check-and-go.
in 2.15g rc12 RTLSVR preset sample rates chosen.
in 2.15g rc12 now returns the beta docs in the beta version. Should have thought of that before.
n 2.15g rc11 a second →Left-click sets the WFM spectrum to 60 KHz instead of 100 KHz. This is more useful for stations that are not broadcasting SCA (which you can immediately determine with the 100 KHz wide mode.)
in 2.15g rc11 a second →Right-click flips the WFM spectrum guides.
in 2.15g rc9 →Right-click sets the scan rate.
in 2.15g rc7 →Right-click opens network SDR frequency correction dialog. Values in Hz.
in 2.15g rc6 Custom sample rate limit to 6 GHZ in .
in 2.15g rc3 Pressing "OK" in the dialog now forces exit from SdrDx - requires restart to take effect.
in 2.15g rc3 There is now a fixed span size adjustment in the dialog
in 2.15g rc3 Custom now includes a bandwidth setting in the dialog
in 2.15g rc2 Overspan is now a checkable option in the dialog
in 2.15g and added
in 2.15e Custom grid settings to match SDR sample rates may now be set in the dialog
in 2.15e Custom sample rates may now be entered in the dialog
in 2.15e AFEDRI sample rates now compensate for odd clock frequencies as per Alex.
in 2.15e EXPERIMENTAL: You can now increase the span to 1.25% of the ideal; this allows you to see and use (the usually reduced quality) signals nearer the edge of the SDR's sampled data. You still don't want to push the edge of the demodulation region past the edges of the sampled region.
in 2.15d High Blend adjustment mode for for scope mode. See the tip on Customizing High Blend for usage details.
in 2.15d (High-Blend) added for . →Right-click for settings. I start with a 1986 Hz crossover and a +211 Hz overlap. However, I have old ears. Set to taste.
in 2.15b Adds RDS indicator
in 2.15b Adds scamode 0,1,2 to the TCP command set to select wide FM, 67 or 92 KHz SCA, respectively.
in 2.15b Adds mode 7 to the TCP mode command to select wide FM.
in 2.15a "Stereo" checkmark removed from dialog.
in 2.15a →Right-click or →Right-click in mode brings up a set of spectrum markers for the WFM signal: R+L audio, FM stereo pilot in its guard band, R-L suppressed sideband subcarrier center and bandwidth, RDBS center and bandwith, 57 KHz SCA center and bandwidth, FM Pilot 4th harmonic, and 92 KHz SCA center and bandwidth. Most useful in mode. Further, right-dragging in the scope display area will re-position the marker group. Left-dragging in the scope display area positions a variable frequency marker.
in 2.15a stereo pilot tone detect added: ST indicator
|in 2.15g, Bug in demodulation pipeline causing distortion at some samples rates fixed.|
|in 2.15g, Bug where recalling a memory set incorrect visual states for WFM controls and the audio pipeline fixed.|
|in 2.15f, Regression where normal scope modes had slowed down fixed.|
|in 2.15a, Bug where notch indicators did not follow demodulator drag fixed.|
|in 2.15a, Bug in cross-thread graphics code fixed.|
|in 2.15a, Bug in WFM demodulator code fixed.|
|in 2.15a, Bug in WFM playback code fixed.|
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