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Correct - all of the Q's have the incorrect frequency listed in the log. In some cases, the frequency is missing. As of the last time I opened this log, and made a backup, everything was OK.
I use the same DXK program with 5 other logs, and all of the other's are OK. I don't know what I might have done to cause this, but all of the backups that I opened displayed the same problem. Other call signs open OK. Frequency is set to 3 decimal places.Are you saying that your YE8A QSO's frequency was once correct in DXKeeper, but subsequently changed to 28025 MHZ?
Is there any way to correct the frequencies? The original log was imported from N1MM, and I still have that log.The "Frequency precision" setting governs how frequencies are displayed in the Log Page Display; it doesn't have any affect on how frequencies are stored in the log.
What frequency is recorded in the N1MM-generated ADIF record for your YE8A QSO?
Correcting frequency errors like that of your YE8A QSO require dividing the frequency by 1000; there is currently no way to apply such an action to all QSOs in the Log Page Display.
Are all of the incorrect frequencies similar -- off by a factor of 1000?
73,In those QSOs that are missing frequencies, are frequencies specified in the N1MM-generated ADIF file that you imported?