[op25-dev] Re: Success! (almost...)

John Ackermann N8UR jra@febo.com [op25-dev] op25-dev at yahoogroups.com
Sun Jul 16 19:44:01 UTC 2017


Following up on this... Max is correct, the system I'm monitoring is 30 
channels.  I've come up with what has to be the most "ass-backwards" fix 
I've ever done.  The correct answer is to make the frequency list 
scrollable but I don't know anything about curses programming.  So 
instead, I inserted in terminal.py a call to read the console size on 
startup, and then size the row positions based on that (e.g., instead of 
showing the current frequency on row 20, I show it on row_size-5).  So, 
if you set the terminal to 36 lines there's now room for 30 frequencies.

Patch attached.  Really stupid, but it seems to work.

I'm also attaching a bash script I use to start rx.py and also the audio 
server.  I am certain that someone with bash-fu could make it much more 
robust.  (I'm still struggling to get this to start from a desktop 
shortcut in Raspbian.  The scanner window opens, but not the audio server.)

John
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On 07/09/2017 09:38 AM, ikj1234i at yahoo.com [op25-dev] wrote:
> hey John
> 
> is this by any chance a large system having more than 20 voice channels 
> (frequencies)?  What looks like might be happening is this error is 
> complaining that the number of lines it's trying to draw in the window 
> exceeds the size of the window.  In scope.py the list was scrollable, 
> but not in rx.py...
> 
> 
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