The v1.70 release allows a single URL (e.g. click on a bookmark) to open connections to multiple Kiwi sessions in multiple windows or tabs (depending on how your browser is configured).
This is a good way, with a single click, to start a bunch of WSPR decoders running on different bands.
starts three WSPR decoders on 40, 30 and 20 meters in three separate windows/tabs (assuming there are 3 available channels on the Kiwi of course).
The "&winN&" notation means "every parameter after winN gets passed to the Nth window". So each of the multiple "ext=" parameters is seen by the appropriate window. The portion of the "ext" parameter after the comma is passed as an argument to the extension. For the WSPR extension the argument is which band to begin decoding. Valid values are: lf, mf, 160m, 80m, 60m, 40m, 30m, 20m, 17m, 15m, 12m and 10m
You could also use this feature to monitor multiple frequencies using the "f=[freq][mode][zoom]" parameter:
Note: you may have to make an entry in your browsers "popup blocker" list for each URL host to get the windows to open. This is especially true for Chrome. There is also usually a browser option selecting if a new page opens as a separate window or new tab in the current window.