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Feature request - Adjustable antenna height on the link simulator

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Can you make these points adjustable here?  Instead of a text box at the bottom.

 

Thanks,  Inc


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Re: Feature request - Adjustable antenna height on the link simulator

Checkboxes on each end of the link, of course.  Even saved towers (an upcoming feature) will need adjustable antenna height.  Come to think of it, auto height on the tower side could also prove useful, especially on taller towers.

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Re: Feature request - Adjustable antenna height on the link simulator

But the field you put the numbers in below is far more accurate, then just dragging a dot at the top. Maybe instead have a meters/feet option??

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Re: Feature request - Adjustable antenna height on the link simulator

I'd rather see an 'auto' checkbox for tower height.

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Re: Feature request - Adjustable antenna height on the link simulator

I like this solution, but if you already have an existing tower and plan to build another, It would be nice to fix one side and slide the other.

 

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Re: Feature request - Adjustable antenna height on the link simulator

Checkboxes on each end of the link, of course.  Even saved towers (an upcoming feature) will need adjustable antenna height.  Come to think of it, auto height on the tower side could also prove useful, especially on taller towers.

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