Haven't got mine yet.
All copies have been sent.Mine didn't arrive yet either, in normal inbox, junk folder, spam folder, etc. But looking forward to when it does!
See quote below for the answer.Can you post the changes to the dsd+ software that were made.
Hope this helps.We are not promoting or advertising them, but they are not a secret, so anyone can reveal them. The current release adds trunk voice following for NEXEDGE, Con+ and TIII systems.
The first DSD+ Fast Lane release is attached.
It contains versions of FMP and DSD+ that support trunk voice following.
Version 1.02 of LRRP.exe is also included; it fixes an issue with Hytera GPS updates.
Please read the instructions in the Trunking.txt file; to follow voice calls, you will be running two copies of DSD+ and at least one copy of FMP (for the voice side); another copy of FMP or some other method must be used for the control channel side.
This update is bound to generate support questions, but we will be unable to answer everyone if private emails are used. Please use the Radioreference forums so that all fast laners benefit from the answers.
I send a payment but i dont receive the software.Other commitments held us up for a bit. All copies have been sent. Only once bounce, now waiting for that user to make other arrangements.
I will try to check in here frequently in case anyone has problems with the update.
I got the Welcome message, and the program updates at the same, but the update ended up in the spam folder.Hmmmm....I sent along my gmail address per the instructions. Ironically I did receive the "welcome" message at my email of choice without issue.
I'm sure it'll all get sorted out.
Sorry was trying to point out what happened to Me.Respectfully, to anyone directing me to my spam box....I check them all numerous times a day.
To reiterate...I have not received an email - anywhere - with this attachment. I'm sure I will eventually, but not to date.
No worries; that was not directly pointed at you in any event. I think most of us check our spam boxes "sooner or later" anyway. With the heuristic spam filtering of Thunderbird being somewhat flaky, I've learned to check mine as much as my inboxes!Sorry was trying to point out what happened to Me.