I tested it. After writing the generated memch.csv and membk.csv to the radio I couldn't scroll through the memory channels by rotating the DIAL selector. By rotating it, sometimes the channel wasn't changed, and sometimes the channel changed from 3 to 7 for example.I took the easy way and changed the "Number separators" of my macOS. I don't think that's a problem for my other applications.
I will test writing to the radio later this week, maybe today.
Right... That's embarrassing lol. I scrolled, scrolled and scrolled and that did not stand out to me haha. Thank you.You reversed the entries in the frequency and memory tag columns in rows 252-275. It's failing because of the non-numeric entries in the frequency column (c). This first release doesn't have much error checking. The next release will have more. Reverse those and it should be OK.
Great, so that definitely fixed the Banks filled with blank channels on the DV10.Please try the attached. I added an option when writing both the channels and banks files to write ALL rows or just the rows with data. Clicking "Yes" will work as it does currently. Clicking "No" will write only the rows with data. Please let me know if the radio scrolls as expected using the "No" option for both channel and bank files. If you select "No", i.e. write only channels/banks with data I think it will leave existing channels alone and only overwrite channels with data in the spreadsheet. Selecting "Yes" will overwrite ALL data.
Thanks for helping test this!