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Default DSDPlus switch info

The current DSDPLUS.TXT file, dated 7/14/2018 for FL users, does not list the switch for enabling Fusion decoding.

Is it -ff?
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If you run that in a DSDPlus batch file, only Fusion starts. I would say that is a good bet you are correct.

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Yes "-ff" is Fusion

"-h" shows options for DSDPlus (same with FMP24) on the command line
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The current DSDPLUS.TXT file, dated 7/14/2018 for FL users, does not list the switch for enabling Fusion decoding.

Is it -ff?
-fa Auto-detect all protocols / frame types except dPMR [-fa]

You don't need any switches to enable Fusion decoding. The -h help display shows that -fa (autodetect everything but dPMR) is the default.
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Enabling a single protocol when the desired decoding is known reduces the falsing.
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