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Re: Windows 9 is coming

Richard B Drake
 

3 of my 4 computers are installed with retail versions of the OS direct
from Microsoft. No bloatware in that. The 4th one, my wife's Toshiba
Ultrabook did come with some bloatware, both from Toshiba and from Best
Buy where we bought it. I simply uninstalled it.

73, Rich - W3ZJ

Cliff K3LL wrote:


Hi All,

Does anyone know of a source for a desktop computer that doesn’t come
with bloatware?

73, Art Searle


Re: WW Questions

w3qt_mike
 

Sorry, should have said "before or during" instead of "before or after" the transmission.

On 2014-01-13 09:03, Mike Morrow, W3QT wrote:

 

Hi Dave,

It doesn't work by unchecking the net box.  Here's what happens.

Begin with all appropriate boxes checked and VFO A = VFO B at 14070
Double click on someone in stations heard list
If I uncheck the net box either before or after the transmission, I initially get the offset between A and B, but A immediately moves to B at the end of the transmission.


73,
Mike, W3QT



On 2014-01-13 01:36, Dave AA6YQ wrote:
 

>>>AA6YQ comments below

-----Original Message-----
From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...] On Behalf Of Mike Morrow, W3QT
Sent: Sunday, January 12, 2014 7:40 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: Re: [dxlab] WW Questions

Hi Dave,

Sorry, I'm back again with WW questions because something's not right. After noticing something that I thought suspicious, I've
been experimenting into a dummy load.
Maybe I'm too dense to use WW. Here are my settings as per your instructions below:

Begin

WW ---> AFC, BBD, Split, Net boxes all checked.
Commander (IC-7000) ----> shows split, VFO A is 14.070, VFO B is 14.070

QSO attempt
#1 I click on a station on 14.070.808 in Stations Heard. VFO A reads 14.070 VFO B now reads 14069.310
Expected behavior, right.
#2 I answer the station's CQ. At the end of my transmission, VFO A changes its frequency to match VFO B at 14069.310

>>>I suspect that you left the Net box checked. Once you start a QSO, you should uncheck the Net box to prevent any changes in your
QSO partner's frequency from causing your transmit frequency to also change. This is particularly important when you're operating
split, with different receive and transmit tones - so after double clicking on the Stations Heard list entry you wish to work,
uncheck the Net box.

>>>Your experience leads me to propose that with the PSK Transmit panel's Split box checked, double-clicking an entry in the
"Stations Heard" list should "work correctly" no matter what the initial state of the Net box, and should uncheck the Net box if it
was checked so that things continue to "work correctly".

73,

Dave, AA6YQ




Re: Cloud

Peter Laws / N5UWY
 

On Mon, Jan 13, 2014 at 7:17 AM, Rich - W3ZJ <rich@...> wrote:
Let's turn that question around. What would that accomplish? If you
choose to keep your log on a cloud you can certainly do so. In fact,
mine is on Skydrive.
Mine automatically backs up to Dropbox. Pretty neat (dunno why I
never did that before).

The OP might ask his "IT guy" just what he thinks most people's
bandwidth is. On a good day, downhill, I get about 1.2 - 1.3 Mb/s -
not enough to run PC apps over the wire.

Now, Dave could just rewrite it entirely to run over the web ... but
needless to say, that would be a big deal.

--
Peter Laws | N5UWY | plaws plaws net | Travel by Train!


Re: WW Questions

w3qt_mike
 

Hi Dave,

It doesn't work by unchecking the net box.  Here's what happens.

Begin with all appropriate boxes checked and VFO A = VFO B at 14070
Double click on someone in stations heard list
If I uncheck the net box either before or after the transmission, I initially get the offset between A and B, but A immediately moves to B at the end of the transmission.

73,
Mike, W3QT



On 2014-01-13 01:36, Dave AA6YQ wrote:

 

>>>AA6YQ comments below

-----Original Message-----
From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...] On Behalf Of Mike Morrow, W3QT
Sent: Sunday, January 12, 2014 7:40 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: Re: [dxlab] WW Questions

Hi Dave,

Sorry, I'm back again with WW questions because something's not right. After noticing something that I thought suspicious, I've
been experimenting into a dummy load.
Maybe I'm too dense to use WW. Here are my settings as per your instructions below:

Begin

WW ---> AFC, BBD, Split, Net boxes all checked.
Commander (IC-7000) ----> shows split, VFO A is 14.070, VFO B is 14.070

QSO attempt
#1 I click on a station on 14.070.808 in Stations Heard. VFO A reads 14.070 VFO B now reads 14069.310
Expected behavior, right.
#2 I answer the station's CQ. At the end of my transmission, VFO A changes its frequency to match VFO B at 14069.310

>>>I suspect that you left the Net box checked. Once you start a QSO, you should uncheck the Net box to prevent any changes in your
QSO partner's frequency from causing your transmit frequency to also change. This is particularly important when you're operating
split, with different receive and transmit tones - so after double clicking on the Stations Heard list entry you wish to work,
uncheck the Net box.

>>>Your experience leads me to propose that with the PSK Transmit panel's Split box checked, double-clicking an entry in the
"Stations Heard" list should "work correctly" no matter what the initial state of the Net box, and should uncheck the Net box if it
was checked so that things continue to "work correctly".

73,

Dave, AA6YQ



Re: Windows 9 is coming

ke9uw
 

I've found the pre installed anti virus like McAfee really slows down the computer. I use win 8+ on an i5 and windows defender or windows security...what ever they call it now. Free, adequate, and doesn't slow the computer down.


Getting rid of "bloatware"...

Paul Ciezniak <ciezniakpaul@...>
 

Last year, I  had the very positive experience of needing both my laptop Win XP and my desktop Win 7 "cleansed".

On my 6 year old Dell laptop with Win XP, I had signs of malware showing up and slowing down its  operation. Nothing I did helped matters. Last summer, I took it to a local Wallingford, CT computer repair shop  who recommended a complete re-install of the Win XP, and for a reasonable price he did just that. The only critical files on it were family pictures, so back up was quick and complete. The returned laptop works very slick now, with no pre-installed antivirus junk, etc. and I use it primarily for doing satellite orbit calculations and other minor internet tasks for my XYL. It boots up in about a minute and I use the Windows Defender AV.

My big one year old Dell desktop had a hard drive crash within the first year warranty, and Dell sent out a brand new one, again with no pre-installed junk and a fresh copy of Win 7. Dell folks remotely re-installed my copy of MS Office and I use MS Outlook for email. This big desktop also runs very slick now and is my shack's ham radio PC, general internet surfer device, Skype, Netflix, etc. I purchased and use AVIRA antivirus software with minimal interactions to my normal computer use.

In my experience, this is the only way to clean up bloatware, and then practice "safe-software and surfing" assiduously.

Out of the necessity to replace / repair my two computers here last year, going to full OS re-installations took care of the bloatware and other hard drive numbing commercial junk. The few bucks cost ($65 or so) for the laptop work is helping to keep the Wallingford economy viable and I now have a valuable resource to use if ever needed!

73, K1SEZ
Paul Ciezniak
Wallingford, CT


SpotCollector running on a seperate PC from logs

Fred Kemmerer
 

HI have a home server and I would like to have SpotCollector running on it all of the time. In this configuration, I would set SpotCollector to send emails when a "new one" that is not in my current DXLab log comes on. I've tried doing this and have run into problems. I have my log .mdb in a dropbox so that SpotCollector running on my home server can always see the latest logs. I've also got the server copy of SpotCollector using its own copy of the spots.mdb database. The problem is that when SpotCollector is open, it locks the log database and I cannot update my log. If I make a separate copy of my log.mdb for the server SpotCollector to use, I cannot update the copy of log.mdb on that the server SpotCollector is using without first shutting down SpotCollector on the server. Does anyone have a solution to this problem?


Thanks,


- Fred (AB1OC)


Re: Cloud

Richard B Drake
 

Let's turn that question around. What would that accomplish? If you choose to keep your log on a cloud you can certainly do so. In fact, mine is on Skydrive.

73, Rich - W3ZJ

mvwohlschlegel@... wrote:

Dave, I recently had a new ham who just past his extra that is an IT guy ask me why isn't DX Lab Suites cloud based? comments?


Re: Windows 9 is coming

Stephen Rabinowitz
 

An easy and free way to gain insight into your boot process, to see how many seconds each program adds to the wait, which programs can be eliminated from startup, and which can be delayed, is to install Soluto from www.soluto.com

73, Steve  WA2DFP

 

From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...] On Behalf Of Rich - W3ZJ
Sent: Sunday, January 12, 2014 4:40 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: Re: [dxlab] Windows 9 is coming

 

 

I would suspect a problem with that new Laptop. Windows 8 and 8.1 are
not slower than Win 7. There are some user interface differences that
take a day or two to get used to but once you get past that you should
be good to go.

73, Rich - W3ZJ

GARY HUBER wrote:
> Thanks Dave. I bought my wife a new I-7 laptop with OEM installed 64
> bit Windows 8. Neither of us like it. I updated the OS 8.1, and its
> still SLOOOW booting up and getting to the applications. Considered
> trying to reload the laptop with WIN 7 but its another extremely
> difficult adventure without the motherboard drivers. Maybe WIN-9 will
> save the investment.
> 73 ES DX,
> Gary -- AB9M


Cloud

mvwohlschlegel@...
 

Dave, I recently had a new ham who just past his extra that is an IT guy ask me why isn't DX Lab Suites cloud based?  comments?


Re: I cannot download from LOTW, Am I alone in this ?

Charles Tropp <charlestropp@...>
 

Hello Jesper,

I have encountered a similar problems in the past and each time traced it to an update of Internet Explorer. If you roll back Internet Explorer to Version 8, you will find that the problem will go away. Make sure that you change your windows update settings to prevent automatic updates of IE without your permission.

GL, 73, Charles N2SO


On 1/13/2014 5:58 AM, Jesper Wolf Jespersen wrote:

 

Hello Dave.

I investigated this further and found the URL used for downloading the
QSO status (set DxKeeper to perform debug logging and stole the URL from
there)
I can download via this URL via Internet Explorer (ver 11) no problem, I
can perform it via Firrefox ass well but DxKeeper wont do it.

I have included the relevant part of the DxKeeper log here i only
replaced the password part with stars:

13-jan-2014 07:32:36 > ADIF.CheckLotWQSOs: begin
13-jan-2014 07:32:36 > ADIF.CheckLotWQSOs: username and password are present
13-jan-2014 07:32:36 > ADIF.CheckLotWQSOs: the query =
&qso_query=1&qso_qsl=no&qso_withown=yes&qso_qsorxsince=2013-12-31 20:35:15
13-jan-2014 07:32:36 > ADIF.CheckLotWQSOs: theFilename =
E:\DxlabSuite\Dxkeeper\Databases\LotW_QSOs_ADI.txt
13-jan-2014 07:32:36 > ADIF.CheckLotWQSOs: initiating download
13-jan-2014 07:32:36 > LOTW.GetLotWReport, Query =
&qso_query=1&qso_qsl=no&qso_withown=yes&qso_qsorxsince=2013-12-31
20:35:15, LotWAction = 2, Filename =
E:\DxlabSuite\Dxkeeper\Databases\LotW_QSOs_ADI.txt
13-jan-2014 07:32:36 > LOTW.GetLotWReport: initiating download from
https://lotw.arrl.org/lotwuser/lotwreport.adi?login=oz8ace&password=******j&qso_query=1&qso_qsl=no&qso_withown=yes&qso_qsorxsince=2013-12-31
20:35:15
13-jan-2014 07:32:36 > Common.GetFileFromURL: starting
13-jan-2014 07:32:36 > theURL =
https://lotw.arrl.org/lotwuser/lotwreport.adi?login=oz8ace&password=******&qso_query=1&qso_qsl=no&qso_withown=yes&qso_qsorxsince=2013-12-31
20:35:15
13-jan-2014 07:32:36 > theFile =
E:\DxlabSuite\Dxkeeper\Databases\LotW_QSOs_ADI.txt
13-jan-2014 07:32:36 > CachedURL =
https://lotw.arrl.org/lotwuser/lotwreport.adi?login=oz8ace&password=******&qso_query=1&qso_qsl=no&qso_withown=yes&qso_qsorxsince=2013-12-31%2020:35:15
13-jan-2014 07:32:36 > Deletion Result = 0
13-jan-2014 07:32:36 > Common.GetFileFromURL failed: download failure,
error code = -2146697208

Dxkeeper is vers 11.5.6 and was updated on Dec 31 in the morning and the
last successfull download from LOTW was later that evening, so that
version of DxKeeper must have done this at least once succesfully.
The system is running Widows 7 Home Premium which is fully updated via
WindowsUpdate.
I use the Kaspersky Pure Antivirus and firewall and i haved tried
disabling this without any impact on the problem.

My internet is fiber optical and 50 Mbps.

Its quite strange to see this problem, when the browser can access the
url and DxKeeper cannot.
I even tried using older versions of DxKeeper, all the way back to
11.4.8, all have the problem even though I have used them all for
downloading LOTW QSO and QSL status.

Do you have any sugestions to what the problem might be or what I should
try and do ?

Another anoyance is that i get a message that configuration files for
TQSL ver 2.7 is avaiable every time i start DXkeeper after updating to
TQSL ver 2. But I cannot find any version 2.7 of TQSL or configuration
files.
How do I cure this ?

Thank you for your responsiveness.

Greetings from Denmark
Jesper Wolf Jespersen
OZ8ACE



Re: WW Questions

w3qt_mike
 

Thanks for the reply, Dave.  That's the issue.  I didn't uncheck the Net box.  I think your proposal is a good one.    Thanks again.

73,
Mike, W3QT

 
On 2014-01-13 01:36, Dave AA6YQ wrote:

 

>>>AA6YQ comments below

-----Original Message-----
From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...] On Behalf Of Mike Morrow, W3QT
Sent: Sunday, January 12, 2014 7:40 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: Re: [dxlab] WW Questions

Hi Dave,

Sorry, I'm back again with WW questions because something's not right. After noticing something that I thought suspicious, I've
been experimenting into a dummy load.
Maybe I'm too dense to use WW. Here are my settings as per your instructions below:

Begin

WW ---> AFC, BBD, Split, Net boxes all checked.
Commander (IC-7000) ----> shows split, VFO A is 14.070, VFO B is 14.070

QSO attempt
#1 I click on a station on 14.070.808 in Stations Heard. VFO A reads 14.070 VFO B now reads 14069.310
Expected behavior, right.
#2 I answer the station's CQ. At the end of my transmission, VFO A changes its frequency to match VFO B at 14069.310

>>>I suspect that you left the Net box checked. Once you start a QSO, you should uncheck the Net box to prevent any changes in your
QSO partner's frequency from causing your transmit frequency to also change. This is particularly important when you're operating
split, with different receive and transmit tones - so after double clicking on the Stations Heard list entry you wish to work,
uncheck the Net box.

>>>Your experience leads me to propose that with the PSK Transmit panel's Split box checked, double-clicking an entry in the
"Stations Heard" list should "work correctly" no matter what the initial state of the Net box, and should uncheck the Net box if it
was checked so that things continue to "work correctly".

73,

Dave, AA6YQ



Re: Importing LotW QSL.adi file

vcarnuccio
 

I placed the renamed file in the database folder.  Is that where it is supposed to go?

Thanks Victor KD2HE


Re: I cannot download from LOTW, Am I alone in this ?

Jesper Wolf Jespersen <jesper@...>
 

Hello Dave.

I investigated this further and found the URL used for downloading the QSO status (set DxKeeper to perform debug logging and stole the URL from there)
I can download via this URL via Internet Explorer (ver 11) no problem, I can perform it via Firrefox ass well but DxKeeper wont do it.

I have included the relevant part of the DxKeeper log here i only replaced the password part with stars:

13-jan-2014 07:32:36 > ADIF.CheckLotWQSOs: begin
13-jan-2014 07:32:36 > ADIF.CheckLotWQSOs: username and password are present
13-jan-2014 07:32:36 > ADIF.CheckLotWQSOs: the query = &qso_query=1&qso_qsl=no&qso_withown=yes&qso_qsorxsince=2013-12-31 20:35:15
13-jan-2014 07:32:36 > ADIF.CheckLotWQSOs: theFilename = E:&#92;DxlabSuite&#92;Dxkeeper&#92;Databases&#92;LotW_QSOs_ADI.txt
13-jan-2014 07:32:36 > ADIF.CheckLotWQSOs: initiating download
13-jan-2014 07:32:36 > LOTW.GetLotWReport, Query = &qso_query=1&qso_qsl=no&qso_withown=yes&qso_qsorxsince=2013-12-31 20:35:15, LotWAction = 2, Filename = E:&#92;DxlabSuite&#92;Dxkeeper&#92;Databases&#92;LotW_QSOs_ADI.txt
13-jan-2014 07:32:36 > LOTW.GetLotWReport: initiating download from https://lotw.arrl.org/lotwuser/lotwreport.adi?login=oz8ace&password=******j&qso_query=1&qso_qsl=no&qso_withown=yes&qso_qsorxsince=2013-12-31 20:35:15
13-jan-2014 07:32:36 > Common.GetFileFromURL: starting
13-jan-2014 07:32:36 > theURL = https://lotw.arrl.org/lotwuser/lotwreport.adi?login=oz8ace&password=******&qso_query=1&qso_qsl=no&qso_withown=yes&qso_qsorxsince=2013-12-31 20:35:15
13-jan-2014 07:32:36 > theFile = E:&#92;DxlabSuite&#92;Dxkeeper&#92;Databases&#92;LotW_QSOs_ADI.txt
13-jan-2014 07:32:36 > CachedURL = https://lotw.arrl.org/lotwuser/lotwreport.adi?login=oz8ace&password=******&qso_query=1&qso_qsl=no&qso_withown=yes&qso_qsorxsince=2013-12-31%2020:35:15
13-jan-2014 07:32:36 > Deletion Result = 0
13-jan-2014 07:32:36 > Common.GetFileFromURL failed: download failure, error code = -2146697208

Dxkeeper is vers 11.5.6 and was updated on Dec 31 in the morning and the last successfull download from LOTW was later that evening, so that version of DxKeeper must have done this at least once succesfully.
The system is running Widows 7 Home Premium which is fully updated via WindowsUpdate.
I use the Kaspersky Pure Antivirus and firewall and i haved tried disabling this without any impact on the problem.

My internet is fiber optical and 50 Mbps.

Its quite strange to see this problem, when the browser can access the url and DxKeeper cannot.
I even tried using older versions of DxKeeper, all the way back to 11.4.8, all have the problem even though I have used them all for downloading LOTW QSO and QSL status.

Do you have any sugestions to what the problem might be or what I should try and do ?

Another anoyance is that i get a message that configuration files for TQSL ver 2.7 is avaiable every time i start DXkeeper after updating to TQSL ver 2. But I cannot find any version 2.7 of TQSL or configuration files.
How do I cure this ?

Thank you for your responsiveness.

Greetings from Denmark
Jesper Wolf Jespersen
OZ8ACE


Re: Need help with download

... ...
 

I've also had your issues on a laptop and not download anything, but then I remembered that I had the settings of Internet Explorer with LAN settings
that I used
in the office, removed all those returned to work.
Then try to verify:
- In the browser Internet Explorer -> Internet Options -> Connections -> LAN settings -> uncheck proxy server.
I hope this is the solution to your problem,
Nothing else comes to mind.

73s,

Luigi IV3XNF.


Re: WW Questions

Dave AA6YQ
 

AA6YQ comments below
-----Original Message-----
From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...] On Behalf Of Mike Morrow, W3QT
Sent: Sunday, January 12, 2014 7:40 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: Re: [dxlab] WW Questions



Hi Dave,

Sorry, I'm back again with WW questions because something's not right. After noticing something that I thought suspicious, I've
been experimenting into a dummy load.
Maybe I'm too dense to use WW. Here are my settings as per your instructions below:

Begin

WW ---> AFC, BBD, Split, Net boxes all checked.
Commander (IC-7000) ----> shows split, VFO A is 14.070, VFO B is 14.070

QSO attempt
#1 I click on a station on 14.070.808 in Stations Heard. VFO A reads 14.070 VFO B now reads 14069.310
Expected behavior, right.
#2 I answer the station's CQ. At the end of my transmission, VFO A changes its frequency to match VFO B at 14069.310

I suspect that you left the Net box checked. Once you start a QSO, you should uncheck the Net box to prevent any changes in your
QSO partner's frequency from causing your transmit frequency to also change. This is particularly important when you're operating
split, with different receive and transmit tones - so after double clicking on the Stations Heard list entry you wish to work,
uncheck the Net box.

Your experience leads me to propose that with the PSK Transmit panel's Split box checked, double-clicking an entry in the
"Stations Heard" list should "work correctly" no matter what the initial state of the Net box, and should uncheck the Net box if it
was checked so that things continue to "work correctly".

73,

Dave, AA6YQ


Re: spot database

Dave AA6YQ
 

+++ AA6YQ comments below

-----Original Message-----
From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...] On Behalf Of george vagner
Sent: Sunday, January 12, 2014 6:44 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: Fwd: Re: [dxlab] spot database

On 12/29/2013 5:33 PM, Dave AA6YQ wrote:

AA6YQ comments below
snip<
The next time SpotCollector stops creating new Spot Database
Entries,
1. on the Configuration window's General tab, check the "Log debugging
info" box

2. wait 15 minutes

3. on the Configuration window's General tab, uncheck the "Log
debugging info" box

4. attach the errorlog.txt file from your SpotCollector folder to an
email message, and send it to me via

aa6yq (at) ambersoft.com

ok dave, it has happened again, came into shack and nothing on SC screen, i did what you said to although i had to zip it up cause it was 96meg and my mail server wont accept that big of a file.

+++ Enabling "log debugging info" for 15 minutes cannot produce a 96 mb error log. Evidently, you had a pre-existing errorlog.txt file of large size.

attached it the errorlog

+++ This Yahoo Group does not convey attachments.

+++ Please do the following:

A. terminate SpotCollector

B. delete the errorlog.txt file in your SpotCollector folder

C. start SpotCollector

D. be on the lookout for an "errorlog is present" message in the title bar of SpotCollector's Main window; if you see this, please immediately perform step 4 above.

E. if SpotCollector stops creating new Spot Database Entries, perform steps 1-4 above.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ


Re: New Log

Dave AA6YQ
 

AA6YQ comments below
-----Original Message-----
From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...] On Behalf Of Bill Duffy
Sent: Sunday, January 12, 2014 10:16 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: [dxlab] New Log

Greetings:
When creating a new Log in the pathname box, I presume that I use the same path as my existing log CHANGING the name only.

You're not required to do that, but it's a good idea to maintain your logs in the same folder so you can readily find them. It
also prevents them from getting lonely...

73,

Dave, AA6YQ


Re: I cannot download from LOTW, Am I alone in this ?

Dave AA6YQ
 

AA6YQ comments below
-----Original Message-----
From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...] On Behalf Of Jesper Wolf Jespersen
Sent: Sunday, January 12, 2014 6:57 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: [dxlab] I cannot download from LOTW, Am I alone in this ?

Hello All.

I have been using LOTW with DxLabSuite for a number of years and normally have no problems with it.
I uploaded a few QSO's to LOTW yesterday and havent been able to download the QSO status or any waiting QSL's.
When trying i get a pop up window stating "Unable to download from LOTW: download failure after 3 retries".

At least one user reported that LotW was "down" earlier today. Looking at the "Logbook Queue Status" in
<http://www.arrl.org/logbook-queue-status>

shows that the queue of submitted but unprocessed logs rose to a peak on 2014-01-12 around 19Z, after which it began declining,
regaining equilibrium by 24Z. This implies that the "LotW Server" was not running for some period of time; this may have prevented
LotW's query processor from being able to function.


I noticed that a new major version of TSQL was avaliable and installed that one but that does not seem to change anyting.

DXKeeper's "Sync LotW QSOs" and "Sync LotW QSLs" functions do not employ TQSL.

I alowed reupload of a few QSO's and uploaded those without problem.

That means that LotW accepted your uploaded file of QSOs and placed it in the Logbook Queue.
When I log in at the LOTW site I can see the QSO's I uploaded and even see that a few even had confirmations.

Now I would like to know if I am the only one that cannot download from LOTW or if the service is unavailable to anyone right now?

I just tried the "Sync LotW QSOs" and "Sync LotW QSLs" operations, and they worked correctly.
Please try again, and let me know what happens.
73,

Dave, AA6YQ


Re: Maximum age of Commander bandspread spots ?

Dave AA6YQ
 

AA6YQ comments below
-----Original Message-----
From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...] On Behalf Of Andrew O'Brien
Sent: Sunday, January 12, 2014 6:00 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: [dxlab] Maximum age of Commander bandspread spots ?

I'm tinkering with a idea and wonder if I can set the bandspread spots in Commander to NEVER age ?

Reviewing the code, the maximum age you can currently specify is 546 hours, which is 22 days.
What's the idea with which you are tinkering?
73,

Dave, AA6YQ

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