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Offline nh-p

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Carrier Sleuth "0 seconds remaining"
« on: July 20, 2020, 2339 UTC »
Normally I run Carrier Sleuth Windows on a set of I/Q files, then look through the output without restarting the program.   "0 seconds remaining" is fixed in the upper right hand corner when looking through the FFTs, concealing the signal strength value. 

 However, if I shut down and restart Carrier Sleuth, and use it to look at that same FFT file, there is no "0 seconds remaining" problem.   Once I use that same instance of Carrier Sleuth to look through another set of I/Q files, the problem returns.

Anyone else with this?  Any fix?

Thanks.

Nick


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Re: Carrier Sleuth "0 seconds remaining"
« Reply #1 on: July 24, 2020, 1417 UTC »
Thanks for the bug report. I thought this was fixed with the 1.3.0 update, but apparently not. It's in the 1.3.1 update I just released this morning. Or at least it seems to be  ;D
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