"POS" is the first column to the left on the frequency table. This contains the POSition number for each frequency that is loaded. Click within this box... just say you wanted to delete POS# 123, then you would click on the cell that contains 123 and this highlights that row of information and unghost the REMOVE & DELETE buttons.Doug, thanks for the quick reply. However when I go to Main Menu, then Playlists, I don't see the "POS" button. Could you be more specific?
In my playing with the app, the Remove channel option will just remove any selected channels from the current playlist. You can adjust the playlist memberships by clicking on one of the selected channels and then changing the playlist memberships there.Keith. Thanks for the help. Is the Frequency Table to be found on the scanner display itself or on my PC screen following the downloading of the CD-ROM? If it's only available via CD-ROM, how would I interface it with my scanner? I am looking to remove TGIDs from one playlist but keeping those same ones in another. It seems the "Remove Channel" option is the correct one.
See the below attachment... this is a screen shot from the software that comes with the Pro-107. As for interfacing, you would need to have a SD card reader in order to use the software. It's pretty easy to navigate around and use.keith. Thanks for the help. Is the frequency table to be found on the scanner display itself or on my pc screen following the downloading of the cd-rom? If it's only available via cd-rom, how would i interface it with my scanner? I am looking to remove tgids from one playlist but keeping those same ones in another. It seems the "remove channel" option is the correct one.
Thanks to scannists Doug, Keith and Mike for their expertise and help. I finally ended up clearing the playlist the hard way-removing one Object at a time via the Edit Objects key. The problem I have is that the Iscan "homepage" that is downloaded from the CDROM is too big to fit on my PC monitor screen. Therefore I'm unable to access the options discussed above. Anyone else have this problem, and would there be a way to reduce the size of the image?