Joe Subich, W4TV
The FFMA report is a good starting point, but I would respectfullyThe FFMA script was written before DXKeeper provided a built-in
FFMA report. Notice that the script calls the VUCC Report.
Using "add needed" doesn't work properly either since it's selectingIf one uses the same SQL as the "Filter" statement in the FFMA script
to filter the DXKeeper log display then does an "Add Needed" for CARDS/LABELS without removing the filter it will certainly add any
QSOs that are not confirmed via LotW.
it's selecting LoTW users as well as non-LoTW usersIf you don't want LotW users add "and App_DXKeeper_LotW_User <> 'Y'"
to the SQL used in the FFMA Script.
(and multiple non-6m QSOs with those who I also need to confirm onWell then don't tell DXKeeper you want the extra QSOs ... *CLEAR* the
"Add Needed requests" boxes in the QSL Config dialog.
I'm current with my FFMA grids so I can't check *but* one should
actually be able to accomplish what you want by:
1) Filter the DXKeeper Log display with:
App_DXKeeper_LotW_User <> 'Y'
2) Clear the "Add Needed requests" boxes
3) Clear the Awards boxes in Add Needed
4) Select *only* FFMA
... Joe, W4TV
On 2020-06-18 9:18 AM, Peter Dougherty wrote:
The FFMA report is a good starting point, but I would respectfully suggest going further with this concept for needs in general.