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John
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Are there any instructions on the RDS MAX 3.0 software? I want to switch between automating song title and the name of the station and can't work out what I need to do. Ideally I would like to set it to display 2 scrolls of the song name followed by a static display of the station name for say 30 seconds? Can this be done?

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This is how you can do this:

Look at the PS0, PS1 tabs.

Depending on particular type of scrolling used enter your station name
into one of the free PS (they are assigned 0 which means they are empty).
Assign a delay that's different than 0 to that particular ps which is not
containing station name.

Make sure you place station name into a high enough PS that even
the longest song name will not overwrite the station name.
That should be easy to do.

All other PS delays should be set to 0, meaning they are not displayed.

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