Bug #8147

CTRL-UP is modifying the records when selecting multiple lines

Added by Erhan Aslanturk 3 months ago. Updated 3 months ago.

Status:New Start date:08/01/2020
Priority:High Due date:
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Target version:chirp-daily
Chirp Version:daily Platform:Windows
Model affected:(All models)

Description

I have full of channel list for UV-82 (128 lines) and wanted to sort the records using CTRL-UP.
However for example when I move them to the top from the bottom application modifies the records and makes all the records same except last one. See screenshot for tas an example.

1.jpg (138.2 kB) Erhan Aslanturk, 08/01/2020 05:05 am

2.jpg (134.5 kB) Erhan Aslanturk, 08/01/2020 05:05 am

Baofeng_UV-82_test.img (6.5 kB) Erhan Aslanturk, 08/02/2020 12:13 pm

debug.log (108.6 kB) Erhan Aslanturk, 08/02/2020 12:13 pm

Test-Run-OKAY-2020-08-03_17-47-44.mp4 (1.1 MB) Rudolph Gutzerhagen, 08/03/2020 03:40 pm

History

Updated by Rudolph Gutzerhagen 3 months ago

What system and version are you using?
Which version of Chirp? Attach a debug log.
Are you also able to reproduce the error on a stock configuration file (without an associated radio/driver)?
Is it possible that any other key sequence was pressed between the initial CTRL+UP, the multiple CTRL+UP, and the final CTRL+UP?
I have not been able to reproduce the problem.

Updated by Rudolph Gutzerhagen 3 months ago

When you enter your test data in the last few rows, make sure you press ENTER to register the changes in the gtk widgets, before selecting and moving the rows. I obtained inconsistent results, but saw some evidence of overwrite of the test rows similar to what you show. It was difficult to reproduce the error; it is dependent on input. I'm not sure if this is a gtk or pygtk error. It is not a Chirp error. Hope that helps.

Updated by Rudolph Gutzerhagen 3 months ago

Correction. I don't think it is a Chirp issue.

Updated by Erhan Aslanturk 3 months ago

I'm running latest Chirp version on Win10. 20200718. Sorry I forgot adding log file. Now I'm attaching that.

I'm clicking on the UP key while CTRL is pressed to move rows. No other keys. I just discovered that if I move multiple rown within the visible screen it works well, but when I continue moving them out of the window (2 screens up) then this issue occurs. I'm attaching my test file and you will find the last 4 rows named TESTXXX. Select those 4 rows and try to move them at the beginning (Row 0) in one go.

Updated by Rudolph Gutzerhagen 3 months ago

I ran the test as you suggest and got normal result.

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