Whenever I click on an SSB signal in USB or LSB mode, it goes to an offset somewhere in the middle of the SSB passband, rather than the standard method of SSB tuning: the dial frequency or suppressed carrier frequency.
Since the passband width and offset frequency can be varied quite a lot, this presents a very inaccurate, unnatural, and unpredictable method of tuning an USB or LSB station.
The keyboard-entered frequency is correctly tuned to the suppressed carrier.
Is there a way to get the mouse click or touched frequency to be correct in SSB mode (either USB or LSB) ?
Also, this same offset adversely affects the click-and-hold position on the frequency slide, causing it to jump.
I've searched for the answer to this problem.
Perhaps I'm just not familiar enough yet with the settings and user commands.
Is there some alt/click or control/+/- click method that I should be using instead?