Did you ever wish you could make a couple switches "repeat" while in certain
program modes? Perhaps using repeating switches for incrementing or decrementing
displayed values while the program is in some sort of 'set' mode? Then turn
off the "repeat" capability when not needed? Well, this may be pretty exotic
and not of general interest but I thought I'd show it to you anyway.
Take care. Mike McLaren, K8LH
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