000:10:55.621 BCSendIV - Timeout (GLG) 000:10:57.344 --> KEY,P,P® 000:10:57.352 <-- KEY,OK® 000:10:58.273 --> KEY,P,P® 000:10:58.281 <-- KEY,OK® 000:14:45.543 Application Error! Error: Response:KEY,OK Error (9): Index was outside the bounds of the array. Module: modUnidenIV Routine: GetFrequencyIV ID Tracker III - V0.6.0 Beta 000:14:54.135 BCSendIV - Timeout (GLG)
I am not totally sure if I understand this. I kind of understand the "real window dialog" but I am missing something with the drag & drop. Could you elaborate? Also, why would you want min/max on the control and ID List dialogs? Not being critical but trying to understand what you are going for.Nice!
One thing noticed so far, the ID List dialog needs to be changed to a real window dialog. disable the system/control menus and min/max if needed, but we need to be able to drag & drop it, which is impossible without the main title bar at the top.
ID Tracker will not support this scanner. The BC246T is missing one of the commands (GLG) in it's protocol that is necessary for ID Tracker to support the scanner. All of the supported Uniden scanners using the newer protocol provide this command.Not sure if it was an oversight or if it's not included, but does this software support the BC246T?
The System Control will not update in real time since the only way to get the status is to wait for the system information to be displayed on the scanner. There is no other way that I am aware of to get the status of the systems.Hi David,
IDT3 is working pretty good for me.
I'm only having one issue - with the system control buttons not updating in real-time. Is this a known problem?
I'm using 396XT via COM4 @ 115200 baud.
Example of how to reproduce:
I have banks 1 thru 10 occupied. I think the problem is one having one bank active and then turning that bank off. So the scanner is in the "Nothing to Scan mode" and IDT3 is a bit confused.
And then if you say, "Stop tracking"... and try to resume, the System control bar doesn't function.