ProScan Hit counter reset

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Seymourmtn

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Greetings all

Trying to reset Log Hit Counter to zero. Click and nothing happens. Have tried highlighting single and all rows and still no luck.

Any thoughts?

Thsnks
Doug
 

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Hello,,,,,,,,,,,In the past as I remember, the reset won't take place until a same Frequency is logged the next time again! In other words it resets each frequency one at a time! or Hi-light a part of or all and it will reset one at a time! Thanks
 
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I'm having the same issue. Seems to me if you reset the hits, they should return to zero immediately.
 

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That's by designed. The Hits counters doesn't reset the hits already logged. It has always been that way. No work was done in this area for years.
 
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Hits

I know this is probably answered somewhere else, however I was wondering what are HITS? I see it on my ProScan.. I know it's a newbie question.. Thanks
 

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I know this is probably answered somewhere else, however I was wondering what are HITS? I see it on my ProScan.. I know it's a newbie question.. Thanks
If you're running logging via ProScan. "hits" are the number of times the scanner has found and monitored transmissions on a specific frequency or talkgroup. There is a setting under options to disregard transmissions of less than 2 seconds. That eliminates recording hits when nothing of any substance was received.

The more hits logged, the busier a given channel (conventional or trunked system talkgroup) is. It's particularly useful in determining whether a newly licensed frequency, or new, unidentified talkgroup, is being used.
 
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