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Old 11-10-2018, 7:18 AM
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Default CUBIC And Bookmarks Memory ?

Hello,

Have finally gotten CUBIC to recognize my SDRPlay RSP-2 and run directly
on my Mac. Really nice combination.
The secret was to use the latest 2.5 release; the earlier one would not work.

Question Re CUBIC Memory and Bookmark scheme:
(that old-age thing; Sr. Citizen now, very):

Avail. documentation that I could find covers most everything, but none of it even
mentions how to work with the Memory and the Bookmarks scheme.
(Is there a writeup on this topic, somewhere that I've missed ?)

Could someone please walk me thru the following:
Off line would also be fine (I'm at RGSROSE@comcast.net), or a private msg here.
But here might be best, as others I'm sure have the same or similar questions.

e.g.:

how do their "Bookmarks" memory method work, and how to use
store a frequency
see what you have stored
retrieve a frequency from the stored list, and tune the radio directly from it
store any databases, e.g. eibi, if it is possible
etc.

Would be most appreciative.
Not too sharp with this"stuff" anymore, frankly, so detailed answers would
really be great.

Thank you very much,
Bob
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