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SDRSHarp (SDR Sharp) Band Plan Missing Freq. Description

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Benkasey

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SDR Sharp used to nicely display my Frequency Manager saved frequencies in the top reception window. This was very helpful, as I could immediately tell which of the hundreds of saved frequencies I was receiving traffic on. With the introduction of the Band Plan feature I no longer see this. All I see is a blue bar for a given saved frequency. I have to hover over the bar to see the description information for that saved frequency. This is a huge step backwards in usability.

Has anyone figured out if there is a way to modify the sdrsharp.exe.config file to get the old display back?
 

oschellin

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Benkasey - wondering if you have found out how to get back to the original frequency marking? I was able to replace the file SDRSharp.FrequencyManager.dll with an older version and it worked. I would like to use the most recent version of the plugin as well as get the old style frequency marking.
 

Benkasey

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Thanks a lot OSchellin, copying the old .dll did the trick! I'm able to use the current build of SDR# and still have the old frequency display. I really feel blind without it. Don't know why the developer removed it.
 

dave3825

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Were all of your settings correct? I have the latest build , with band plan, and all my save freqs still display like they used to. I did not copy old dll files...
 
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Display Frequencies

To get the frequency details back instead of the silly? blue dots I had to use an earlier version of the frequencymanager.dll with the current latest V1489.
I used the one from V1468 and it works ok.
Why not have a check box to show them fully or not?
I'm running an i7 Win10 PC.
 
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