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Author Topic: Any SDR# (SDRSharp) Users Out There?  (Read 6093 times)

Offline mbott

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Re: Any SDR# (SDRSharp) Users Out There?
« Reply #15 on: September 04, 2023, 1539 UTC »

as I wrote above, (and highlighted in bold) that setting is not saved in NVM and you have to do that every time you run the the software. I don't have SDR# running constantly and since it does crash from time to time, it's not really my favorite feature.

Interesting, that is one setting I change every time I unzip a new version of SDR# and I never have to go back to it ... until the next version is released. 

Just for grins, where do you have the sdrsharp-x86 directory located?

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Re: Any SDR# (SDRSharp) Users Out There?
« Reply #16 on: September 17, 2023, 0656 UTC »
Interesting, that is one setting I change every time I unzip a new version of SDR# and I never have to go back to it ... until the next version is released. 

Which is annoying in itself. If it can't avoid wiping this out during an upgrade, that's pretty bad, IMO.

Just for grins, where do you have the sdrsharp-x86 directory located?

I don't have a sdrsharp-x86 directory. I have mine in C:\SDRSharp

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