No FMP24.txt file that I've ever seen.
Notes.txt file has some scan list info in the DSD+ 2.18 / FMP24 2.11 section:
Support for AM demodulation has been added.
Use the D key to switch between AM and FM demodulation modes.
Squelch logic has been added.
Use -q1 on the command line to enable squelch.
Press Q to enable/disable squelch.
Squelch sensitivity levels are fixed:
Manual tuning: uses loose squelch / will unmute on weak noisy signals
Scanning: uses tighter squelch / will not unmute on weak signals
New FMP24.ScanList file options:
"AM" or "FM" can be used as the "protocol type" for analog channels.
"BW=<num>" can be used to select a specific RF bandwidth filter. Units are kHz.
"DELAY=<num>" can be used to specify a "wait for a reply" delay period. Units are seconds.
118.3 AM BW=12.5 DELAY=2 Miami Tower
145.17 DMR DELAY=1.5 N2GKG
When scanning analog or digital channels, squelch logic is automatically enabled
When scanning analog channels, noise filter #1 is automatically selected
When scanning digital channels, noise filtering is disabled
When scanning only analog channels, DSD+ is not required; audio output can be routed
directly to your speakers or to a streaming application via a software-based audio cable.
If FMP24's audio output is routed to DSD+, select raw source audio monitoring mode #1
(monitor/unmute if a signal is present but no sync detected) in DSD+.
When scanning only digital voice channels, FMP24 should be TCP linked to DSD+.
When scanning a mix of analog and digital voice channels, FMP24 should be TCP linked to DSD+
and raw source audio monitoring mode #1 should be selected in DSD+.