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Swift Alpha 0.9.3 and X-Plane 10.5
Some aircraft actually have two functioning radio sets in the cockpit. For example, FF763 and the PMDG DC6. The radios can be tuned independently so that COM1 and COM2 can have different frequencies and their corresponding frequencies will change the frequencies displayed in the AUDIO tab of the Swift GUI. Either COM1 or COM2 can be used to Transmit / Receive but you should assign separate PTT ( GUI Setting/Hotkeys)
Some aircraft only have one functioning radio set and if you change frequency on COM1 the same frequency appears on COM2 display and if you change COM2 it will change COM1. This is how the JD320 is designed. With this particular aircraft the following occurs;
a) Changing the COM1 frequency on your radio set changes the COM1 frequency in the Swift GUI
b) Changing the COM2 frequency on your radio set changes the COM1 frequency in the Swift GUI, it does not change COM2 frequency in the Swift GUI
c) It seems the Swift realizes that you only have a single radio and defaults it's COM2 to be the functioning radio.
d) So, to receive / transmit you must manually type the desired frequency into to COM2 box in the Audio tab of the Swift GUI and I suggest setting the PPT to COM2
This issue is in the ALPHA version and the last version published for use with the Standalone. I may be mistaken but I think earlier versions had the COM1 and the default radio.