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Old 06-23-2018, 5:29 AM
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2. In the RadioReference WebService window, when "Enable Service Tags Filter" is checked in the Service Tags TAB, then when you navigate systems in the Data TAB, the "Plus" symbol does not show up on the left side of the systems, and you can't view the frequencies.

This happens with Conventional frequencies.

If I uncheck the "Enable Service Tags Filter", then go up to Agency Dropdown and pick a different item, which causes a reload from RadioRefererence, then the "Plus" symbol returns to the left side of a system in the Data TAB section, and you can view the frequencies.
You need to select at least one service tag and use the green Apply Filter button to update the Data tab.
Per service tag you can see how many frequencies use that specific tag.

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