First, I want to thank you, Elliott, for your support, and second, I apologize in advance for this lengthy message. I have set the CI-V to blank, unchecked the manual entry button, and saved the settings.
The situation is more complicated than it at first seemed. As I was tuning the settings, I assumed that the results I got were a result of the settings, but I have found that without changing any settings at all, the system responds differently each time I run Wfview, and there is a loop of length three that I have found to be repeatable.
The first time I run Wfview, there is no sound, the waterfall does not function, and the bottom of the screen shows “NONE” were the device name would appear. I stress, without making any changes, I exit the program and restart it.
The second time I run Wfview, there is sound; however, the waterfall does not function, and the bottom of the screen still shows “NONE.” Again, I exit the program without making any changes to the settings and restart it. This is the behavior I noticed when the CI-V was set manually to A4 to represent my IC-705 radio.
The third time I run Wfview, there is sound, the waterfall functions, and the bottom of the screen shows “IC-705”. The program quickly overloads the capacity of my CPU and shows a CPU usage of 103% or more; it is not possible to click on any user interface button and get a response other than the mac’s spinning ball. System activity monitor shows Wfview as “not responding,” even though the sound does continue.
After a few minutes, I force quit Wfview, and the cycle begins anew from number one above.