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Re: Moved computers can't find the DXK SQLlogbook filters

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below

I saved every file in each of the operational folder from the original PC as indicated on that Wiki. I didn't see anything about a "registry" file or whatever.

+ Step 3.h in

<https://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxlabwiki/MovingBetweenPCs> <https://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxlabwiki/MovingBetweenPCs>

+ says

----------------------------------------
h. from DXLabLauncher's folder

i. in the Launcher's Configuration window, click the Workspaces button

ii. in the Workspaces window

- click the Create Workspace button and specify a unique workspace name (e.g. RelocationBackup)

- Select the new workspace name, and click the Save Settings to Workspace button

iii. Save the contents of the Launcher's Workspaces folder (which includes the new workspace you created, as well as any previous workspaces you created
----------------------------------------

+ If you had performed these steps, you'd have a Workspaces folder in SafeStorage from which you could then recover all your settings on the destination PC.

Everything from the old PC is what is on the USB storage device. On the destination PC, in Launcher, I see "Registry Load'. If I hit that button on the destination PC, it takes me to some file (totally unrelated to DXLab) looking for DXKeeper.reg (for example). A search for DXkeeper.reg produces nothing on the USB or the destination PC.

+ The Launcher cannot find what you did not save and restore.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

Re: Moved computers can't find the DXK SQLlogbook filters

wb6bee
 

I saved every file in each of the operational folder from the original PC as indicated on that Wiki.   I didn't see anything about a "registry" file or whatever.    Everything from the old PC is what is on the USB storage device.   On the destination PC, in Launcher, I see "Registry Load'.   If I hit that button on the destination PC, it takes me to some file (totally unrelated to DXLab) looking for DXKeeper.reg (for example).  A search for DXkeeper.reg produces nothing on the USB or the destination PC.

Guess I screwed it up

Don
WB6BEE

Re: Moved computers can't find the DXK SQLlogbook filters

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below

On Tue, Dec 31, 2019 at 06:24 AM, wb6bee wrote:

Clean install from Win 7 to Win 10.   Thought I had copied all the DXK files onto a USB drive for reload in new computer.   Can't find my custom logbook filters.

What is the file name where they are/were stored.

+ Like most DXLab application settings, they are stored in the Windows Registry, which you can direct the Launcher to save to a Workspace on your "old" system. Move the Workspace (a folder containing folders containing files) to your "new"system, and then direct the Launcher to populate the new system's Windows Registry with the information in the Workspace. These are steps 3.h and 6 in

<https://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxlabwiki/MovingBetweenPCs>

      73,

           Dave, AA6YQ

 

 

Moved computers can't find the DXK SQLlogbook filters

wb6bee
 

Clean install from Win 7 to Win 10.   Thought I had copied all the DXK files onto a USB drive for reload in new computer.   Can't find my custom logbook filters.

What is the file name where they are/were stored.

Don
WB6BEE

Re: Pre-recorded icom 7300 messages

ghassan chammas
 

I would truly apreciate if you send me the sequence file (only one for any message). I was unable to get any results myself in dxlab

Regards
Hny
Od5ya
Ghassan



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-------- Original message --------
From: Scott <scolit@...>
Date: 30/12/2019 20:53 (GMT+02:00)
To: DXLab@groups.io
Subject: Re: [DXLab] Pre-recorded icom 7300 messages

I successfully have used the commands in N1MM as well as the DXLabs.

Re: DXKeeper Capture Window

Steven Stuckey (AC9GK)
 

Thanks Dave for the help. Here is the solution that worked.


Dave AA6YQ via comcastmailservice.net 

5:53 PM (1 hour ago)
 
 
to me
 
 
 
 
 
+ AA6YQ comments below

When I enter a call in capture and hit tab or enter it is not populating the name. I have to go to call lookup to get the information.

+ The "name" can be obtained from previous logged QSOs, or from a callbook.

2019-12-30 22:00:52.439 > Capture.DoLookup checking previous QSOs with callsign
2019-12-30 22:00:52.439 > DXLogModule.FilterPrevQSOs
2019-12-30 22:00:52.454 > DXLogModule.FilterPrevQSOs, theFilter = (Call = 'KB9NPO') or (Call LIKE '*/KB9NPO') or (Call LIKE 'KB9NPO/*') or (Call LIKE '*/KB9NPO/*')
2019-12-30 22:00:55.442 > DXLogModule.FilterPrevQSOs complete
2019-12-30 22:00:55.454 > Capture.DoLookup found no previous QSOs

+ Shows that there were no previously logged QSOs from which to "mine" a name.

+ On the Configuration window's Callbook tab, is the "Automatically use callbook data to initialize new QSOs" box checked in the lower-right corner?

       73,

Re: Color code confusion and how to determine which are needed

Gilbert Baron W0MN
 

Thanks for your time. I have been spending some more time on this and think
it is becoming more clear. I certainly am going to stick with as many DXLAB
modules as possible. I Set my tracking to only look for Digital and that
gets a lot of limes off of SC and saved settings to a workspace. I then have
one workspace for general all mode all band operation and one just for FT8.
With my limited antenna setup I will probably spend most time trying to get
needed for some digital awards and use the other settings for general
operation.

One problem is that it is hard for me to read the lines om SC o the second
monitor which is old and probably needs replacement. Small fonts are nearly
impossible for my reading so I have to set bigger fonts and have fewer lines
in order to read the text, especially the text under some of the colors. My
next equipment should be another new bigger high contrast monitor for sure.

There is a lot of documentation to read but that is a good thing, I should
have spent a bit more time before asking for this help but I thank you for
it.

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From: DXLab@groups.io <DXLab@groups.io> On Behalf Of Dave AA6YQ
Sent: Monday, December 30, 2019 12:59
To: DXLab@groups.io; WSJTX@groups.io
Subject: Re: [DXLab] Color code confusion and how to determine which are
needed

+ AA6YQ comments below

In the settings for color it has many options and it says they cam be turned
on or off. It also has f/g in each choice. What do they mean? I am confused
about decode coloring.

+ If you've configured DXLab and WSJT-X to interoperate directly, as
+ described in

<https://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxlabwiki/GettingStartedwithK1JTModesDirect>

+ Then you should follow the instructions in the "Installing and
+ Configuring WSJT-X" section of that article, specifically step 7
which says

"In the Settings window's Colors tab's Decode Highlighting panel,
- Check the My Call in message box (at the top)
- Check the Transmitted message box (at the bottom)
- Uncheck all other boxes"

+ Assuming you haven't altered the default colors used in WSJT-X, that
+ will highlight any report containing your callsign in red,
and any message you transmit in yellow.

+ All other coloring of callsigns decoded by WSJT-X will be colored by
+ DXLab using the same coloring scheme used in the Spot
Database Display to identify callsigns with whom a confirmed QSO would
advance your progress towards DXCC, IOTA, Leaderboard, VUCC, WAS, WAZ, and
WPX based on the award objectives specified on the Award tab of DXKeeper's
Configuration window -- the same award objectives that drive all functions
of all DXLab applications using the same Realtime Award Tracking mechanism
used by all DXLab applications. Participation in LoTW and eQSL AG is also
depicted using the same background color scheme that is used in DXLab
applications. See this screen shot:

<http://www.dxlabsuite.com/Wiki/Graphics/SpotCollector/WSJTX.jpg>

+ Say your only DXCC goal is "Mixed DXCC", you haven't yet worked India,
+ and you log a CW QSO with India in DXKeeper; the font color
of the callsigns of any Indian stations shown in WSJT-X would immediately
change from red (unworked) to blue (worked but not
confirmed) - without you having to initiate recomputation or export/import
a file.

+ When configured to directly interoperate with DXLab, WSJT-X functions
+ as if it were a member of the DXLab Suite - with one
exception: when you double-click the Spot Database Entry for a station
operating in a K1JT mode like FT8 or FT4, you must click the
Tx1 button in WSJT-X before you can direct WSJT-X to begin transmitting on a
clear frequency; hopefully this deficiency will be corrected in a future
version of WSJT-X.

73,

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Re: Color code confusion and how to determine which are needed

Gilbert Baron W0MN
 

I have read it and been working with it. I just need to put more time in. I will get it sooner or later. There are a large number of options for sure.

 

One decision I have made is that I am going to stick with DXLABS modules as much as possible. I am not home now so it will be a bit before I get back to it.

 

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From: DXLab@groups.io <DXLab@groups.io> On Behalf Of g4wjs
Sent: Monday, December 30, 2019 12:48
To: DXLab@groups.io
Subject: Re: [DXLab] Color code confusion and how to determine which are needed

 

On 30/12/2019 18:46, g4wjs wrote:

On 30/12/2019 18:39, Gilbert Baron W0MN wrote:

Using JTALERT is not as functional as SC and you have to import your log from DXLABS to get all and it also leads to having logs in 2 places that may or may not be up to date.


Gil,

that is not correct. Both JTAlert and DX Lab Suite provide integrated DX chasing using WSJT-X by querying your DXKeeper log, they both have their pros and cons, you need to evaluate each one and decide which provides the best match for your needs. Your basic misunderstanding of how your log is queried by these applications shows that you have not done this.

You also refer to to the decode highlighting provided directly by WSJT-X in you OP above, that is another more basic option that uses your WSJT-X log file to determine what you have already worked. The WSJT-X highlighting is a stand alone solution and probably not the best option if you are using DX Lab Suite as your main station log.

Have you read and understood this document:

<https://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxlabwiki/GettingStartedwithK1JTModes>


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Re: Finding Needed Countries to QSL

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below

I have set all of this and selected to do real time tracking of only FT8. I wanted to just see spots come in and either on SC or on WSJTX page just click on one that I can instantly tell by color is a needed. I will do some more document reading which is what I should have dome anyway. I am sure this can be done. Thanks for your time.

+ The recommended way to generate outgoing QSL cards or labels that request confirmation of QSOs needed to advance your award progress is to use DXKeeper's "Add Needed" function, which is documented here:

<https://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxlabwiki/QSLing>

+ Instructions for configuring WSJT-X to directly interoperate with DXLab applications are here:

<https://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxlabwiki/GettingStartedwithK1JTModesDirect>

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

Re: Color code confusion and how to determine which are needed

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below

In the settings for color it has many options and it says they cam be turned on or off. It also has f/g in each choice. What do
they mean? I am confused about decode coloring.

+ If you've configured DXLab and WSJT-X to interoperate directly, as described in

<https://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxlabwiki/GettingStartedwithK1JTModesDirect>

+ Then you should follow the instructions in the "Installing and Configuring WSJT-X" section of that article, specifically step 7
which says

"In the Settings window's Colors tab's Decode Highlighting panel,
- Check the My Call in message box (at the top)
- Check the Transmitted message box (at the bottom)
- Uncheck all other boxes"

+ Assuming you haven't altered the default colors used in WSJT-X, that will highlight any report containing your callsign in red,
and any message you transmit in yellow.

+ All other coloring of callsigns decoded by WSJT-X will be colored by DXLab using the same coloring scheme used in the Spot
Database Display to identify callsigns with whom a confirmed QSO would advance your progress towards DXCC, IOTA, Leaderboard, VUCC,
WAS, WAZ, and WPX based on the award objectives specified on the Award tab of DXKeeper's Configuration window -- the same award
objectives that drive all functions of all DXLab applications using the same Realtime Award Tracking mechanism used by all DXLab
applications. Participation in LoTW and eQSL AG is also depicted using the same background color scheme that is used in DXLab
applications. See this screen shot:

<http://www.dxlabsuite.com/Wiki/Graphics/SpotCollector/WSJTX.jpg>

+ Say your only DXCC goal is "Mixed DXCC", you haven't yet worked India, and you log a CW QSO with India in DXKeeper; the font color
of the callsigns of any Indian stations shown in WSJT-X would immediately change from red (unworked) to blue (worked but not
confirmed) - without you having to initiate recomputation or export/import a file.

+ When configured to directly interoperate with DXLab, WSJT-X functions as if it were a member of the DXLab Suite - with one
exception: when you double-click the Spot Database Entry for a station operating in a K1JT mode like FT8 or FT4, you must click the
Tx1 button in WSJT-X before you can direct WSJT-X to begin transmitting on a clear frequency; hopefully this deficiency will be
corrected in a future version of WSJT-X.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

Re: Pre-recorded icom 7300 messages

Scott
 

I successfully have used the commands in N1MM as well as the DXLabs.

Re: Color code confusion and how to determine which are needed

g4wjs
 

On 30/12/2019 18:46, g4wjs wrote:
On 30/12/2019 18:39, Gilbert Baron W0MN wrote:
Using JTALERT is not as functional as SC and you have to import your log from DXLABS to get all and it also leads to having logs in 2 places that may or may not be up to date.

Gil,

that is not correct. Both JTAlert and DX Lab Suite provide integrated DX chasing using WSJT-X by querying your DXKeeper log, they both have their pros and cons, you need to evaluate each one and decide which provides the best match for your needs. Your basic misunderstanding of how your log is queried by these applications shows that you have not done this.

You also refer to to the decode highlighting provided directly by WSJT-X in you OP above, that is another more basic option that uses your WSJT-X log file to determine what you have already worked. The WSJT-X highlighting is a stand alone solution and probably not the best option if you are using DX Lab Suite as your main station log.

Have you read and understood this document:

<https://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxlabwiki/GettingStartedwithK1JTModes>

--
73

Bill

G4WJS.

Re: Color code confusion and how to determine which are needed

g4wjs
 

On 30/12/2019 18:39, Gilbert Baron W0MN wrote:
Using JTALERT is not as functional as SC and you have to import your log from DXLABS to get all and it also leads to having logs in 2 places that may or may not be up to date.
Gil,

that is not correct. Both JTAlert and DX Lab Suite provide integrated DX chasing using WSJT-X by querying your DXKeeper log, they both have their pros and cons, you need to evaluate each one and decide which provides the best match for your needs. Your basic misunderstanding of how your log is queried by these applications shows that you have not done this.

You also refer to to the decode highlighting provided directly by WSJT-X in you OP above, that is another more basic option that uses your WSJT-X log file to determine what you have already worked. The WSJT-X highlighting is a stand alone solution and probably not the best option if you are using DX Lab Suite as your main station log.



--
73

Bill

G4WJS.

Re: Color code confusion and how to determine which are needed

Gilbert Baron W0MN
 

Using JTALERT is not as functional as SC and you have to import your log from DXLABS to get all and it also leads to having logs in 2 places that may or may not be up to date. In my opinion using DXLAB to log and to be the only log is much safer. If I use the function to log to DXKEEPER I am sure I have all and I have all in one place.  Launcher also makes starting a session easier and you can have different setups by having different workspaces.

 

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From: DXLab@groups.io <DXLab@groups.io> On Behalf Of d_ziolkowski
Sent: Monday, December 30, 2019 12:08
To: DXLab@groups.io
Subject: Re: [DXLab] Color code confusion and how to determine which are needed

 

Why not use jtalert? IMHO much easier. Dan kc2sta

 

 

On Mon, Dec 30, 2019, 09:53 Gilbert Baron W0MN <w0mn00@...> wrote:

In the settings for color it has many options and it says they cam be turned on or off. It also has  f/g in each choice. What do they mean?

 

I am confused about decode coloring.

Settings are Red My call in message red  and CQ green

 

I am using DXLABS DXKEEPER or logging and this is working.

I am using Spot Collector for spotting and that is working with WSJTX as only spot source.

 

The main thing I need to know is who to call to advance award seeking.

I have DXLABS SPOT COLLECTOR running with ONLY WSJTX as a spot source.

I have Real Time Award Tracking turned on and have done recompute and have only DIGITAL seeking set on.

 

I can make lots of contacts with no trouble but am confused as how to determine which station to call if I wat only a needed station.

 

When running I get Green call coloring when a CQ is decoded and Red for My call in message.

      WHAT is that red trying to tell me?

 

When running program I get

     White Background

    Green for a station doing a CQ

               WHAT DOES THE WHITE MEAN

 

The most important question is the call coloring. On decoded calls I get The CALL ITSELF

      Green  I assume that is a station calling CQ

      Red                  What does this mean ?

     Yellow              What does this mean ?

     Grey                 What does this mean ?

 

 

   

 

 

 

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Re: Spot Collector Overrides Dialog blank - no editing possible

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below
your tips indirectly brought me to the solution, because that button was missing. Actually, Lenovo and Win10 apply 125 % scaling against 13" displays. That caused the "display overrides" button to simply disappear on my laptop. There has been a hint by Lenovo when I initially set up that beast 2 years ago, that scaling might lead to unpredictable results.

+ That's clearly a defect in the display driver.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

Re: Color code confusion and how to determine which are needed

d_ziolkowski
 

Why not use jtalert? IMHO much easier. Dan kc2sta


On Mon, Dec 30, 2019, 09:53 Gilbert Baron W0MN <w0mn00@...> wrote:

In the settings for color it has many options and it says they cam be turned on or off. It also has  f/g in each choice. What do they mean?

 

I am confused about decode coloring.

Settings are Red My call in message red  and CQ green

 

I am using DXLABS DXKEEPER or logging and this is working.

I am using Spot Collector for spotting and that is working with WSJTX as only spot source.

 

The main thing I need to know is who to call to advance award seeking.

I have DXLABS SPOT COLLECTOR running with ONLY WSJTX as a spot source.

I have Real Time Award Tracking turned on and have done recompute and have only DIGITAL seeking set on.

 

I can make lots of contacts with no trouble but am confused as how to determine which station to call if I wat only a needed station.

 

When running I get Green call coloring when a CQ is decoded and Red for My call in message.

      WHAT is that red trying to tell me?

 

When running program I get

     White Background

    Green for a station doing a CQ

               WHAT DOES THE WHITE MEAN

 

The most important question is the call coloring. On decoded calls I get The CALL ITSELF

      Green  I assume that is a station calling CQ

      Red                  What does this mean ?

     Yellow              What does this mean ?

     Grey                 What does this mean ?

 

 

   

 

 

 

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Re: Finding Needed Countries to QSL

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below

When I generate a DXCC Progress report, it shows that I have worked 2245 challenge entities and have 2028 confirmed entities.

+ There are 340 current DXCC entities. There are 62 deleted DXCC entities. Thus the maximum possible number of DXCC entities to confirm is 402.

+ The DXCC Challenge award counts entity-bands.


I need to find those 217 QSO's so I can attempt to confirm the contact.

I've been doing this manually by determining the needed prefix on the progress report, then using DXView to find the qso's.


Is there an easier way to do this?

+ Yes:

1. configured DXKeeper with your DXCC Award goals, as described step-by-step in

<https://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxlabwiki/DXCCAwardObjectives>

2. On DXKeeper's Main window's QSL tab,

2a. set the "QSL Via" panel to "QSL cards" or "single/2-column/3-column labels", depending upon how you wish to generated outgoing QSL cards, as described in

<https://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxlabwiki/HardcopyQSLing>

2b. click the "Add Needed" button; DXKeeper will populate the QSL Queue with every unconfirmed QSO whose confirmation would advance your DXCC award progress


Is there a report to generate the needed DXCC (or other award) call signs that is not dependent on the QSL sent/received fields?

+ A QSO's "QSL Rcvd" item indicates whether a confirmation has already been requested, or has already been received. It is not possible to accurately generate outgoing QSL cards/labels that request confirmation of "needed" QSOs without relying on each QSO's "QSL Rcvd" item. Since LoTW confirmations "count" for DXCC awards, the state of each QSO's "LoTW QSL Rcvd" item is also considered: for DXCC awards, the "Add Needed" function will not populate the QSL Queue with QSOs already confirmed via LoTW.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

Re: Finding Needed Countries to QSL

Gilbert Baron W0MN
 

I have set all of this and selected to do real time tracking of only FT8. I wanted to just see spots come in and either on SC or on WSJTX page just click on one that I can instantly tell by color is a needed. I will do some more document reading which is what I should have dome anyway. I am sure this can be done. Thanks for your time.

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-----Original Message-----
From: DXLab@groups.io <DXLab@groups.io> On Behalf Of Paul F6EXV
Sent: Monday, December 30, 2019 11:36
To: DXLab@groups.io
Subject: Re: [DXLab] Finding Needed Countries to QSL

Hi all
There is a VERY easy way to do that if you upload your log to Clublog.
Check your DXCC charts, look for the worked ones, and just click on the "W".
73
Paul F6EXV

Le 30/12/2019 à 14:35, ve3ki a écrit :
The following method is still manual, but I think it would be easier
than what you have been doing:

In DXKeeper, click on the RAT button to open the Realtime Award
Tracking window. The main Award Progress table is scrollable. With all
of the check boxes in the filter area below the table checked, you can
see in the table every entity-band and entity-mode combination with an
indication of its status in your log. Double-click on any W entry in
that table to filter the main DXKeeper log display to show contacts in
that particular entity-band or entity-mode combination; these are the
ones you still need QSLs for. Double-click on any C entry to see
contacts that have been confirmed but not yet submitted to the DXCC
desk at the ARRL. Entries with a V have already been included in your
totals at the ARRL.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Mon, Dec 30, 2019 at 06:50 AM, RIchard Thorne wrote:

When I generate a DXCC Progress report, it shows that I have
worked 2245
challenge entities and have 2028 confirmed entities.

I need to find those 217 QSO's so I can attempt to confirm the
contact.

I've been doing this manually by determining the needed prefix on the
progress report, then using DXView to find the qso's.

Is there an easier way to do this? Is there a report to generate the
needed DXCC (or other award) call signs that is not dependent on
the QSL
sent/received fields?

Thanks

Rich - N5ZC







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Re: Finding Needed Countries to QSL

Paul F6EXV
 

Hi all
There is a VERY easy way to do that if you upload your log to Clublog.
Check your DXCC charts, look for the worked ones, and just click on the "W".
73
Paul F6EXV

Le 30/12/2019 à 14:35, ve3ki a écrit :
The following method is still manual, but I think it would be easier than what you have been doing:

In DXKeeper, click on the RAT button to open the Realtime Award Tracking window. The main Award Progress table is scrollable. With all of the check boxes in the filter area below the table checked, you can see in the table every entity-band and entity-mode combination with an indication of its status in your log. Double-click on any W entry in that table to filter the main DXKeeper log display to show contacts in that particular entity-band or entity-mode combination; these are the ones you still need QSLs for. Double-click on any C entry to see contacts that have been confirmed but not yet submitted to the DXCC desk at the ARRL. Entries with a V have already been included in your totals at the ARRL.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Mon, Dec 30, 2019 at 06:50 AM, RIchard Thorne wrote:

When I generate a DXCC Progress report, it shows that I have
worked 2245
challenge entities and have 2028 confirmed entities.

I need to find those 217 QSO's so I can attempt to confirm the
contact.

I've been doing this manually by determining the needed prefix on the
progress report, then using DXView to find the qso's.

Is there an easier way to do this? Is there a report to generate the
needed DXCC (or other award) call signs that is not dependent on
the QSL
sent/received fields?

Thanks

Rich - N5ZC

Re: Spot Collector Overrides Dialog blank - no editing possible

dk5dc
 

Dave &Dave,
your tips indirectly brought me to the solution, because that button was missing. Actually, Lenovo and Win10 apply 125 % scaling against 13“ displays. That caused the ‚display overrides‘ button to simply disappear on my laptop. There has been a hint by Lenovo when I initially set up that beast 2 years ago, that scaling might lead to unpredictable results. But I did not think of dissapearing buttons. Switched to 100% ( believe me, tiny fonts on a 13“ display :-) ) and like magic, there it is!
Everything works now. Again, all the best for the new year, Peter