Re: DXKeeper Log Panels

Rod Greene
 

Thanks to all who helped with this question. I have discovered the problem (I think).

I had imported a large log (via ADIF) from DXBase to DXKeeper. During that import, a few records ended up "Broke". Somewhere around 50 or so. So when I opened DXK, it was also opening the QSL panel to show me that I needed to fix Broken problem records. It did not show a specific one as there were actually many that needed repair.

Anyway, I learned a lot and am now in the process of fixing Broken records.

73 and Thanks again, Rod/w7zrc

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On Tuesday, November 12, 2019, 11:26:47 AM MST, Rod Greene via Groups.Io <w7zrc@...> wrote:


I must be missing something because I don't see any broken fields and there are no flashing labels. I've attached a screen shot if that's of any help. It's no big deal for me to uncheck the box each time I open DXK to turn off any panels that I don't need. Just seems there is something incorrect that I am missing.

Thanks for you help! 73, Rod


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