Perhaps you use a different color for each county or city. Perhaps you use different colors to indicate channels you have or have not verified. Perhaps only a few specific channels make the LED illuminate, and the others don't. Dozens of ways.Maybe I'm not thinking outside the box this AM, but how else would you program it?
I believe there is a global setting which will turn it off so you don't need two profiles. Although using 2 files in V-scanner might be easier than the global setting.I'm thinking of adding a version of my scanlists that doesn't use the led at all to save batteries while I'm at work. I like it in the car or on the ac adapter at home but I think it's a big drain to have it on with batteries.
Thanks, I guess I will make the second V-Scanner, I want the backlight on but the LED off or at-least dim it, it is very bright at night in my truck..Maybe GRE can make the next models to do this, shut off the LED completely..The psr600 and pro-197 you can dim the LED which helps out alot..(2) you could store a No LED copy in a V-Scanner folder and load as appropriate,
Without the red segment of the color LED, you won't get yellow. The only colors you can get are from dark blue through the light blues to green. There is no reset I know of for the color LED. It sounds like the Red segment of the LED is or has gotten intermittent or is failing. Not normal for a LED less than a year old. They usually have 40k-50k hour lifetimes.What happens when all the colors turn blue? I used to have my LED's all different colors like the rest of you, but then the red went out, and the blue & greens are all light blue, no more yellow or anything else. Sometimes the red comes back, but more often not.
The LED's lasted about a year from purchase. Is there any sort of reset or anything I can do?