I am heavily testing TCI macros with 5M Contest and now everything is working very well.
Really amazing having the whole system configured for SO2V whithout having to deal with VSPE and com ports at all.
Anyway I have found that when EESDR is playing a macro it doesn't stop itself if you start keying your paddle (or key).
So the effect is that the radio sends on air the macro, sent via TCI, and the code sent by the key.
I think EESDR should unilaterarly stop the TCI macro as soon as it detects a key/paddle manipulation.
I hope you can agree with this behaviour even if the workaround (not very smart) is to hit the ESC key on the pc keyboard before starting with the paddle.
What do you think about it?
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