Adds a simple radio frequency library that enables you to easily store known radio channels and then quickly add them to any other device. Now you can easily listen to the same channels in your home, car, your portable radio or any random device in the world without having to manually add the presets every time.This mod doesn't automatically discover frequencies or change the way stations work in any way, you still have to find them yourself the first time.
How to use:
Open the radio's panel and the Radio Frequency Manager at the same time and use the "Copy from radio" button to save the currently selected channel in the radio's dropdown to the RFM.
If you want to add a custom frequency click the Custom button and type the data in the format 'frequency,station name' (for example: 67.2,My Hidden Channel)
When later you want to add this station to another device, or just quickly tune to it if it already exists, click on the frequency name in RFM while the radio's panel is open. The preset will be created in the radio's preset list if it doesn't exist already and then automatically tuned to.
Click on the colored indicators to the left of a frequency's name in RFM to change colors and easily tell them apart. Press the "X" on the right to delete it from RFM.
Sandbox options - predefined channels
Now you can define specific channels in Sandbox Options and every newly created character will start with them already added to their RFM. These channels must be configured in a very specific way, the text field has a specific format that must be followed:
If you want to add more than one channel, it has to be separated from the previous one with the "|" symbol:
<frequency1>;<channel name1>|<frequency2>;<channel name2>|<frequency3>;<channel name3>
89.4;Hitz FM|93.2;LBMW - Kentucky Radio
This will result in creation of the Hitz FM on 89.4MHz, and LBMW - Kentucky radio on 93.2MHz.
Holding shift while clicking "Copy from radio" will copy all available presets that haven't already been added to the RFM (Survivor Radio fans will probably find this very useful).
Workshop ID: 2735294987
Mod ID: Kaldo_RadioFrequencyManager