Fldigi v4.1.08 now available
The hard-working development team led by W1HKJ have announced the release of Fldigi v4.1.08. This maintaneance release of Fldigi brings several bug fixes, performance improvements and several new features..
As with all of the FL suite, Fldigi continues to support both PowerPC and Intel (i386) processors; with individual downloads available for each architecture and can be downloaded here.
Version 4.1.08 – Maintenance release
- Greek translation files updated by Haris SV1GRB - xmlrpc <vector> . This reverts commit d681ab54b31100878e16bf2c8c2b9a96ceb2de23. . avoid sizing a zero length vector; use resize(size, n) for non empty return vector - Logbook . Fix lost / garbled records on Windows OS . Fix lost logbook, zero records on Windows OS - Documentation . Add missing deadman timer documentation - Raster init values . Raster::resize() was being called with a negative width or height due to bad state being stored in the config. This resulted in fldigi crashing before the UI was displayed. . submitted by Stephen Hurd <[email protected]> - Image transmit docs . Correct manual for thor, mfsk, ifkp and fsk image transfer. - BSD soundcard . In FreeBSD sound devices e.g. /dev/dsp0.0 can only be open once whereas /dev/dsp0 can be open multiple times. fldigi tries to open /dev/dsp0.0 multiple times which fails. For specific sound card access, use /dev/dsp or /dev/dsp%d - RsID squelch open time . increase squelch open time to 300 seconds - N3FJP ACL . send logged frequency with other log info . enable setlocale(LC_ALL,"")
September 22, 2019 @ 1:21 am
With any luck, they’ve included Icom 7300 into the radios list. Searching for the driver for a very popular rig because the software didn’t include it is kind of stupid.
September 22, 2019 @ 3:55 am
And sadly, you still don’t have an embedded driver for Icom 7300. This transceiver is maybe the most popular radio on the amateur radio market and you don’t include a driver for it. How stupid and pathetic.
October 21, 2019 @ 6:23 pm
help! I am trying to load FLDIGI on an older MacBook. Get a message that Safari can’t establish a secure connection. Any suggestions?
December 27, 2019 @ 1:49 pm
I am so pleased to see members of the ham and Mac community busy developing these products. In the late 80s to mid 90s I had an interest in digital modes with a PK232. I guess it is time to give it a go again. This looks like a good starting point. I have an IC-7600 and an IC-7610. Which rig would be best? Are both supported.