I'll look at it before the next release.First, Thank you for the hard work and updates. I upgraded to 17.9 but still seem to be having a problem with the web server. Anytime a iOS device connects (safari, firefox, chrome) as a super user, They get one button press on the scanner (excluding scroll, volume and squelch they always work). They then have to log out and log back in to be able to control the scanner again. No issues with a amazon device or PC. Any ideas?
Sounds like a good ideal. I have many items to do before I can look at this.Most times I use the import from radio reference feature but once in a while, I use the get clipboard function. When selecting what data to use, and what to ignore, I do not see a selection for service type.. Just Freq, Tone Mod and Channel name. Is there a way to have the service type as an option when importing from clipboard?
It sounds like the scanner stops sending audio when it's stuck. If the loss of audio is more then 30 seconds then ProScan will show a prompt to restart the scanner. The prompt can be turned off by unchecking the box circled in red.I just recently purchased the SDS200 and then the Proscan software. I'm running 17.8 and have had no issues thus far except for one. I have a "Talk Around Group" and the scanner gets "stuck" there sometimes so I have to press the avoid button on the scanner and then it continues to scan without an issue. When I press the "avoid" button the pc I suddenly get a loss of audio error and it wants me to restart the scanner. That does not happen when I press "avoid" on the scanner itself. Just an FYI, not a big deal
Thanks for the response!
Negative. The Avoid button functions just like the other buttons. The key codes are sent to the scanner with no type of processing.Is there a setting that makes the Proscan "avoid" button do something other than simply avoid that channel and continue scanning?
Do a search on this site using "Parallels" or "Parallels ProScan". A lot of links are coming up.ProScan not fully communicating with BCD325P2 using Windows 10 in Parallels Desktop. ProScan shows: COMM PORT Open, Port 3, Baud Rate 115200 and DATABASE C:\Proscan\BCD325P2 Scanner 1.txt at the bottom of the ProScan window. I can also run the Display Test, Activity Display Test and Performance Graphs successfully. The Scanner Type (BCD325P2) is correctly displayed in both the scanner image and at the top left of the ProScan window. Windows Device Manager> Ports settings: BPS – 115,200, Data bits – 8, Parity – None, Stop bits – 1, Flow Control – None. Under General, it says “The Device is working properly.” The odd thing is, when connecting the scanner to USBSER, Parallels/Windows 10 sees “BCD996P2 Serial Port” and asks if I want to connect it to the MacOS or Windows 10. I can delete the BCD996P2 Serial Port offering using the Parallels>Devices>USB & Bluetooth>Configure… restart, plug the scanner back in and the BCD996P2 Serial Port comes back as my only choice. So… I choose the BCD996P2 Serial Port on Windows 10 and I get the connection described above for the BCD325P2.