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Re: TQSL Station Locations missing

wb2nvr <wb2nvr@...>
 

Hi Dave -

Thanks for the reply.

My problem was that I was never asked to update the station_data file in C:&#92;Documents and Settings, so I didn't know to do it. Once I copied the file from the old computer, everything is where it should be.

Thanks for the help! And thanks to everyone who had some suggestions, too. This is really a great reflector!!

73 ES GUD DX,

Bob WB2NVR

--- In dxlab@..., "Dave AA6YQ" <aa6yq@...> wrote:

AA6YQ comments below
-----Original Message-----
From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...]On Behalf Of
wb2nvr
Sent: Monday, April 05, 2010 4:24 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: [dxlab] TQSL Station Locations missing


Hi Dave -

I just installed DXKeeper on a new computer, and it's not seeing my station
locations.

What version of Windows is your new PC running?
In the DXKeeper QSL Configuration tab, I entered the TQSL.exe pathname. I
don't remember how to browse to the location where my certificates are
stored. They're in a sub folder to the location of the TQSL path.

I'd really appreciate it if you would point me in the right direction.

DXKeeper asks Windows for pathname to the registry section where
application data is stored. On my XP system, this is

C:&#92;Documents and Settings&#92;Dave&#92;Application Data

(I am logged into Windows as "Dave"_

DXKeeper then extends this registry pathname to locate the station_data
created by TQSL:

C:&#92;Documents and Settings&#92;Dave&#92;Application Data&#92;TrustedQSL&#92;station_data

If you haven't yet run TQSL to create your station locations, or if you
didn't relocate your station locations from your previous PC to you new PC,
then DXKeeper won's see your station locations.

To move your stations locations from your old PC to your new PC, see
<http://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxlabwiki/LotWMoveStationLocations>

If believe that your station locations should be present on your new PC
but DXKeeper isn't displaying them, please let me know.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ


Re: LoTW user list 02/04/2010

I6KZR <i6kzr@...>
 

Hi Rick
Many thanks for the infos but it's very important to know that I create
only the database for DXView from the list edited by Robert HB9BZA.
Robert warns that this list is extremely valuable an as some operators
help him to add calls in te list on the contrary those who wish to
remove their calls are welcome:
see the "How to help" at
http://www.hb9bza.net/lotw/index.html

The problem exists because ARRL do not publish the LoTW members list.

73,

Renzo, I6KZR

Il 05/04/2010 23.37, Rick ha scritto:
Renzo:

I have a question for you, please. This list is extremely valuable.
However, there are quite a number of operators whose calls are on the list
who tell me that they DID use LOTW a LONG time ago but do not now and do not
intend to do so in the future. Is there a procedure for "freshening" the
list -- for removing calls which have not been active for some period of
time? Or, once a callsign is on the list does it remain forever?

73!

Rick
K8GI


-----Original Message-----
From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...] On Behalf Of
I6KZR
Sent: Monday, April 05, 2010 17:25
To: dxlab@...
Subject: [dxlab] LoTW user list 02/04/2010

Hi Dave,

I have just uploaded an updated LoTW user list database, now it is at:


32,931 calls in 333 current countries - updated on 02-APR-2010

73,

Renzo, I6KZR

P.S.:Please note this is not an official list, as the ARRL never
considered releasing such a list as useful. This is a compilation of
information from many sources, including the DX-Cluster, DX bulletins,
WEB sites and files received from other LoTW users. If you would like
to
help making this list even bigger, then your list of callsigns you got
LoTW credits from is very welcome, see the "How to help" at
http://www.hb9bza.net/lotw/index.html
TNX

MITTO TIBI NAVEM PRORA PUPPIQUE CARENTEM



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Re: TQSL Station Locations missing

Dave AA6YQ
 

AA6YQ comments below
-----Original Message-----
From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...]On Behalf Of
wb2nvr
Sent: Monday, April 05, 2010 4:24 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: [dxlab] TQSL Station Locations missing


Hi Dave -

I just installed DXKeeper on a new computer, and it's not seeing my station
locations.

What version of Windows is your new PC running?
In the DXKeeper QSL Configuration tab, I entered the TQSL.exe pathname. I
don't remember how to browse to the location where my certificates are
stored. They're in a sub folder to the location of the TQSL path.

I'd really appreciate it if you would point me in the right direction.

DXKeeper asks Windows for pathname to the registry section where
application data is stored. On my XP system, this is

C:&#92;Documents and Settings&#92;Dave&#92;Application Data

(I am logged into Windows as "Dave"_

DXKeeper then extends this registry pathname to locate the station_data
created by TQSL:

C:&#92;Documents and Settings&#92;Dave&#92;Application Data&#92;TrustedQSL&#92;station_data

If you haven't yet run TQSL to create your station locations, or if you
didn't relocate your station locations from your previous PC to you new PC,
then DXKeeper won's see your station locations.

To move your stations locations from your old PC to your new PC, see
<http://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxlabwiki/LotWMoveStationLocations>

If believe that your station locations should be present on your new PC
but DXKeeper isn't displaying them, please let me know.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ


Re: Another Newbie Azimuth Question

David Westbrook
 

yes, that works (hold shift when you hit "spot" button in WW) ... That
technique is also useful to see the "Tags" column in SC for special
callsigns (e.g. club memberships).

--david


On Thu, Apr 1, 2010 at 5:58 PM, G4MUL <g4mul.hfdx@...> wrote:



Bob,
I send the spot to "LOCAL", that way (I believe) it only comes back to you.


---- Original Message -----
From: "Robert Carroll" <w2wg@... <w2wg%40comcast.net>>
To: <dxlab@... <dxlab%40yahoogroups.com>>
Sent: Thursday, April 01, 2010 8:00 PM
Subject: [dxlab] Another Newbie Azimuth Question

Thanks very much for the help on getting the azimuth column in the spots
display working. I have a related question. Suppose I am tuning the bands
and hear a station I want to work, a station that has not been spotted. I
could spot the station and see the bearing in the spot display, but
usually
I would want to work him first. What is the best way within DXLab to get
the bearing to that station?

73

Bob W2WG







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Re: TQSL Station Locations missing

wb2nvr <wb2nvr@...>
 

Thanks, Jim.

That's where I'm looking. The drop down window for Station Locations is blank, even after I click on update.

Bob WB2NVR

--- In dxlab@..., "Jim Besancon" <k8sia@...> wrote:

Bob



Look under DXK/QSL/QSL Config/LoTW.



This is where the password, path and QTH are set up.



73 - Jim - K8SIA



From: wb2nvr [mailto:wb2nvr@...]
Sent: Monday, April 05, 2010 5:02 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: [dxlab] Re: TQSL Station Locations missing





Hi Rich -

Thanks! Yes, I see my certificates in TQSL. I don't see them in the DXKeeper
QSL configuration page, in the TQSL section. There is a drop down window for
station locations - mine is blank. Clicking Update has no effect. TQSL is
installed, and all the certificates are valid.

73,
Bob WB2NVR

--- In dxlab@... <mailto:dxlab%40yahoogroups.com> , Rich - W3ZJ
<rich@> wrote:

You can see and edit your station locations by running TQSL.exe.

73, Rich - W3ZJ

wb2nvr wrote:
Hi Dave -

I just installed DXKeeper on a new computer, and it's not seeing my
station locations. In the DXKeeper QSL Configuration tab, I entered the
TQSL.exe pathname. I don't remember how to browse to the location where my
certificates are stored. They're in a sub folder to the location of the TQSL
path.

I'd really appreciate it if you would point me in the right direction.

TNX ES 73,

Bob WB2NVR








Re: TQSL Station Locations missing

James Besancon
 

Bob



Look under DXK/QSL/QSL Config/LoTW.



This is where the password, path and QTH are set up.



73 - Jim - K8SIA



From: wb2nvr [mailto:wb2nvr@...]
Sent: Monday, April 05, 2010 5:02 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: [dxlab] Re: TQSL Station Locations missing





Hi Rich -

Thanks! Yes, I see my certificates in TQSL. I don't see them in the DXKeeper
QSL configuration page, in the TQSL section. There is a drop down window for
station locations - mine is blank. Clicking Update has no effect. TQSL is
installed, and all the certificates are valid.

73,
Bob WB2NVR

--- In dxlab@... <mailto:dxlab%40yahoogroups.com> , Rich - W3ZJ
<rich@...> wrote:

You can see and edit your station locations by running TQSL.exe.

73, Rich - W3ZJ

wb2nvr wrote:
Hi Dave -

I just installed DXKeeper on a new computer, and it's not seeing my
station locations. In the DXKeeper QSL Configuration tab, I entered the
TQSL.exe pathname. I don't remember how to browse to the location where my
certificates are stored. They're in a sub folder to the location of the TQSL
path.

I'd really appreciate it if you would point me in the right direction.

TNX ES 73,

Bob WB2NVR



LoTW user list 02/04/2010

I6KZR <i6kzr@...>
 

Hi Dave,

I have just uploaded an updated LoTW user list database, now it is at:


32,931 calls in 333 current countries - updated on 02-APR-2010

73,

Renzo, I6KZR

P.S.:Please note this is not an official list, as the ARRL never considered releasing such a list as useful. This is a compilation of information from many sources, including the DX-Cluster, DX bulletins, WEB sites and files received from other LoTW users. If you would like to help making this list even bigger, then your list of callsigns you got LoTW credits from is very welcome, see the "How to help" at http://www.hb9bza.net/lotw/index.html
TNX

MITTO TIBI NAVEM PRORA PUPPIQUE CARENTEM


Re: TQSL Station Locations missing

wb2nvr <wb2nvr@...>
 

Hi Rich -

Thanks! Yes, I see my certificates in TQSL. I don't see them in the DXKeeper QSL configuration page, in the TQSL section. There is a drop down window for station locations - mine is blank. Clicking Update has no effect. TQSL is installed, and all the certificates are valid.

73,
Bob WB2NVR

--- In dxlab@..., Rich - W3ZJ <rich@...> wrote:

You can see and edit your station locations by running TQSL.exe.

73, Rich - W3ZJ

wb2nvr wrote:
Hi Dave -

I just installed DXKeeper on a new computer, and it's not seeing my station locations. In the DXKeeper QSL Configuration tab, I entered the TQSL.exe pathname. I don't remember how to browse to the location where my certificates are stored. They're in a sub folder to the location of the TQSL path.

I'd really appreciate it if you would point me in the right direction.

TNX ES 73,

Bob WB2NVR



Re: TQSL Station Locations missing

Richard B Drake
 

You can see and edit your station locations by running TQSL.exe.

73, Rich - W3ZJ

wb2nvr wrote:

Hi Dave -

I just installed DXKeeper on a new computer, and it's not seeing my station locations. In the DXKeeper QSL Configuration tab, I entered the TQSL.exe pathname. I don't remember how to browse to the location where my certificates are stored. They're in a sub folder to the location of the TQSL path.

I'd really appreciate it if you would point me in the right direction.

TNX ES 73,

Bob WB2NVR



TQSL Station Locations missing

wb2nvr <wb2nvr@...>
 

Hi Dave -

I just installed DXKeeper on a new computer, and it's not seeing my station locations. In the DXKeeper QSL Configuration tab, I entered the TQSL.exe pathname. I don't remember how to browse to the location where my certificates are stored. They're in a sub folder to the location of the TQSL path.

I'd really appreciate it if you would point me in the right direction.

TNX ES 73,

Bob WB2NVR


Re: Spot collector question

Dave AA6YQ
 

AA6YQ comments below
-----Original Message-----
From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...]On Behalf Of
Richard J. Fiero II W5TFW
Sent: Monday, April 05, 2010 10:24 AM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: [dxlab] Spot collector question


Dave,

is there a WAY to make spot collector automatically put in the notes
Column the grid squares during a contact ?

Do you mean "Can SpotCollector automatically include the station's grid
square when generating an outgoing spot"?

If you generate an outgoing spot from either DXKeepers' Capture window or
WinWarbler's "QSO Info" panel, your QSO's partner's grid square (if
captured) will automatically be included in the outgoing spot notes if the
spot frequency is 50 mHz or above.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ


Re: Best Digital Program for DXLab and Flex 5000A

Dave AA6YQ
 

Placing

<xcvrcommand: 'ZZMD07;>

in WinWarbler's RTTY startup macro should accomplish the objective.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

-----Original Message-----
From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...]On Behalf Of
Steve Nance
Sent: Monday, April 05, 2010 8:44 AM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: RE: [dxlab] Best Digital Program for DXLab and Flex 5000A


Mack,

See the <xcvrmode: > and <xcvrsequence: > macro commands in the WW macro
help file (bottom of file). WW is seamless when using these commands. I can
send more info if you need it.

73,
Steve K5FR

-----Original Message-----
From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...] On Behalf Of Mack
WB4MAK
Sent: Monday, April 05, 2010 5:36 AM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: [dxlab] Best Digital Program for DXLab and Flex 5000A

I have been less than successful with getting seamless integration between
the Flex 5000A, DXLab, and either WinWarbler or Fldigi. I'm currently try to
use the FLDigi Gateway and FlDigi. Everything works fine except the Flex is
NOT set to Digital Upper which is the proper mode for digital operation when
using the Flex. I'll acknowledge up front that this may be a configuration
issue on my part.

Will someone please suggest a digital program (PSK/RTTY) that works
seamlessly with the Flex and DXLab? That is, when a spot is clicked in DXLab
the Flex is set to Digital Upper which automatically enables the Virtual
Audio Cable (VAC).

If it helps solve my issue, the SET CAT Command on the Flex for Digital
Upper is ZZMD07;

Thank you in advance for any pointers on how to fix my current configuration
or which program to install that is Flex Digital Upper mode aware.

73,

Mack de WB4MAK





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DXkeeper Record Number

g7tmu <g7tmu@...>
 

I have just tried loading DXKeeper on my new Sony laptop which runs Windows7 '64 bit version'. All works fine, as far as I can see, except there is no 'qso record number' displayed betweeen the video type buttons, as there is on DXKeeper running on my old XP pc. The correct number of qso's is shown in the program heading ok. The video type buttons work ok taking me through the qso records, just no qso number displayed.

Is there any simple way of fixing this please? Apologies if there is a very simple explanation which I have not seen.

Thanks

Victor G7TMU


Re: LoTW_Sent = U

Rick Arzadon - N8XI
 

Dave,
1. set "Limit Add and Sync operations to this station callsign"
to WA8RXI

All is well, LoTW_Sent=Y and LoTW_RCVD=R on all 348...

Have added a STATION_CALLSIGN column to my excel spreadsheet
and made a notation of the above.

Getting QSOs from paper > excel > DXK > LoTW and back
should go much smoother now!

TNX es vy 73,
Rick - N8XI

--- In dxlab@..., "aa6yq" <aa6yq@...> wrote:

!!! AA6YQ comments below

--- In dxlab@..., "Rick" <n8xi_1@> wrote:

I tried to take one of the calls and change the
Station_Callsign to WA8RXI, LoTW_Sent=R and LoTW_RCVD=blank.
Then tried an ADD REQUESTED, it would NOT pick up any calls in the requested state.

But, If I changed the Station_Call back to N8XI it would
pick the one call with LoTW_Sent=R.

On the "QSL Config" window's LotW tab, do you ahve "Limit Add and Sync operations to this station callsign" set to N8XI?
+++ Yes, it is set to N8XI

!!!That's why "Add Requested" ignored your QSOs with Station Callsign set to WA8RXI.

!!!When you're going to upload or Sync QSOs made as WA8RXI, you must

1. set "Limit Add and Sync operations to this station callsign" to WA8RXI

2. set the "Station Location" selector on the "QSL Config window's LotW panel to a station location that is linked to your WA8RXI certificate

!!!When you're going to upload or Sync QSOs made as N8XI, you must

1. set "Limit Add and Sync operations to this station callsign" to N8XI

2. set the "Station Location" selector on the "QSL Config window's LotW panel to a station location that is linked to your N8XI certificate

73,

Dave, AA6YQ


Re: LoTW_Sent = U

Rick Arzadon - N8XI
 

--- In dxlab@..., John Bastin <jbastin@...> wrote:

On Apr 4, 2010, at 09:48:25, Rick wrote:



+++ N8XI Replies

snip<
I tried to take one of the calls and change the
Station_Callsign to WA8RXI, LoTW_Sent=R and LoTW_RCVD=blank.
Then tried an ADD REQUESTED, it would NOT pick up any calls in the requested
state.

But, If I changed the Station_Call back to N8XI it would
pick the one call with LoTW_Sent=R.

On the "QSL Config" window's LotW tab, do you ahve "Limit Add and Sync operations to this station callsign" set to N8XI?
+++ Yes, it is set to N8XI
Right there is your problem.


As Rich pointed out, you don't need to re-upload those 348 QSOs to LotW.
You need to change their station callsign to WA8RXI (backup your log before
using the Advanced window's "Modify QSOs" panel to do this) and then depress
the CTRL key while clicking "Sync LotW QSOs".

+++ I understand, the QSOs are already at LoTW.
I have backed up my log.
But, only changed 5 QSOs to reflect the WA8RXI station callsign,
as an experiment. Same results, so far. Will keep trying the Sync_LoTW_QSOs button every so often...
But you said the box was checked to "Limit Add and Sync operations to this station callsign" and the callsign is N8XI. Therefore, it's not going to add or sync QSOs from the WA8RXI station callsign.

I have three callsigns represented at LotW. I have the "limit" box unchecked, so whenever I do an "Add Requested" or "Sync QSOs" it will cover uploads from any of the three.

Uncheck that box, and see if you don't get the results you're seeking.

John K8AJS
jbastin@...
John,
Correct, I changed
"Limit Add and Sync operations to this station callsign"
from N8XI to WA8RXI and all is well

Thanks,
73, Rick - N8XI


Re: LoTW_Sent = U

Rick Arzadon - N8XI
 

Dave, Rich, John, et al
Your first suggestion of changing the Station_Callsign
to my previous call for the 348 QSOs was the first thing
I needed to do.
And the final piece that you provided:
DXK >>> QSL tab >>> QSL Config >>> Options
'Limit Add and Sync ops...to WA8RXI resulted in
LoTW_Sent=Y and LoTW_RCVD=R.

With the info all of you have provided and the addition
Station_Callsign column now included in excel I should have
NO trouble with getting paper logs into DXK and uploaded to LoTW.

A very sincere Thanks!

73, Rick - N8XI

--- In dxlab@..., "Rick" <n8xi_1@...> wrote:

Imported my excel spreadsheet to DXK.
Uploaded the 350 QSO's to LoTW and the LoTW_Sent = U.
Even after several Sync LoTW QSO's.

Checked LoTW >>> Your QSO's >>> Starting/Ending Date.
They seem to all be there. Some have even QSL'ed.
LoTW_SENT stays at U and LoTW_RCVD stays at R.

Thought it was because the Freq and PROP_MODE was not set on my initial upload so I went into DXK Advanced and changed those.
Here are the results LoTW >> My Account tab >> Your Activity.

03-29 was without Freq & PROP_MODE.
03-30 is with...

2010-03-29 15:19:10 LOTW_QSO: QSO record QSLs a contact
2010-03-29 15:19:10 LOTW_QSO: QSO: WA8RXI K3WWP 1995-11-05 14:38:00Z 40M CW
2010-03-29 15:19:10 LOTW_QSO: [Additional QSL notices suppressed]
2010-03-29 15:19:30 LOTW_QSO: Successfully processed 348 QSO records in 27.325142 seconds
2010-03-29 15:19:30 LOTW_QSO: 41 QSL records entered
2010-03-29 15:19:30 LOTW_QSO: No errors encountered


2010-03-30 16:25:58 LOTW_QSO: Certificate found for WA8RXI - UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (291)
2010-03-30 16:25:58 LOTW_QSO: WARNING: QSO replaces existing record
2010-03-30 16:25:58 LOTW_QSO: QSO: WA8RXI AA0NC/7 1995-11-05 11:27:00Z 40M CW
2010-03-30 16:25:59 LOTW_QSO: WARNING: QSO replaces existing record
2010-03-30 16:25:59 LOTW_QSO: QSO: WA8RXI AA0OB 1995-11-05 14:28:00Z 40M CW
^ ^
| |
| |
2010-03-30 16:26:05 LOTW_QSO: [Additional QSL notices suppressed]
2010-03-30 16:26:21 LOTW_QSO: Successfully processed 348 QSO records in 23.760755 seconds
2010-03-30 16:26:21 LOTW_QSO: 348 records were replacements
2010-03-30 16:26:21 LOTW_QSO: 41 QSL records entered
2010-03-30 16:26:21 LOTW_QSO: No errors encountered

73, Rick - N8XI


Spot collector question

Richard J. Fiero II W5TFW <joeyw5tfw@...>
 

Dave,

is there a WAY to make spot collector automatically put in the notes Column the grid squares during a contact ?

Joey



A.R.S. W5TFW
Richard J. Fiero II

www.6mt.com
www.w5tfw.com

LIFE'S TOUGH !

It's even tougher, if you are STUPID !

John Wayne


Re: WRAL.com Feedback - Sahara Dust

Richard B Drake
 

Welcome to the South East John. It's pollen alright and it will get worse. The season hasn't actually begun here in Maryland yet but it will within the next couple of weeks and it will be so thick that your cars and driveway will turn yellow and you wont be able to see out of the windshield until you wash if off. That lasts for a month or so until all the trees and plants are in full summer bloom.

73, Rich - W3ZJ

John Robey wrote:

I tend to agree with you as far as the direction of the winds, I did notice that the winds were traveling West to East and therefore could not have brought this dust from Africa. However, the amount of this yellow dust every where on my property makes it seem inconceivable that it could be pollen. I have just moved to NC within the past year so this is a new experience for me. You may very well be correct in your observation. I will research this further on the internet. If you should come across any other info on this, please email me. Here I have included a photo. Thanks.



John


Re: WRAL.com Feedback - Sahara Dust

Jim <jbrannig@...>
 

Pollen, we will get it up north in a week or so.....

Jim



Hello Mike,

Thanks for your quick reply.

I tend to agree with you as far as the direction of the winds, I did notice that the winds were traveling West to East and therefore could not have brought this dust from Africa. However, the amount of this yellow dust every where on my property makes it seem inconceivable that it could be pollen. I have just moved to NC within the past year so this is a new experience for me. You may very well be correct in your observation. I will research this further on the internet. If you should come across any other info on this, please email me. Here I have included a photo. Thanks.

John

Subject: RE: WRAL.com Feedback - Sahara Dust
> Date: Sun, 4 Apr 2010 16:11:12 -0400
> From: maze@...
> To: john_robey@...
>
> Are you sure it is not pine pollen? There is yellow everywhere across
> the area here in the Triangle from the yearly dispersal of pine pollen.
> Besides the winds in the upper levels are not flowing from the Sahara.
> That usually happens in the summertime and at much farther south
> latitudes!
>
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: John Tull [mailto:john_robey@...]
> Posted At: Sunday, April 04, 2010 11:14 AM
> Posted To: Weather
> Conversation: WRAL.com Feedback - Sahara Dust
> Subject: WRAL.com Feedback - Sahara Dust
>
> I live in St. Pauls,North Carolina, Bladen County. On Friday morning
> April 2nd 2010. I awoke to find quite a bit of Yellowish dust on my
> vehicles. I have collected a small sample and have taken photos. I am
> wondering if by chance this could be Dust blown here from the Sahara
> Desert. I have noticed the same dust on other neighbor's vehicles. Any
> ideas?
>
> respectfully
>
> John
>
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Re: Best Digital Program for DXLab and Flex 5000A

Steve Nance
 

Mack,

See the <xcvrmode: > and <xcvrsequence: > macro commands in the WW macro
help file (bottom of file). WW is seamless when using these commands. I can
send more info if you need it.

73,
Steve K5FR

-----Original Message-----
From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...] On Behalf Of Mack
WB4MAK
Sent: Monday, April 05, 2010 5:36 AM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: [dxlab] Best Digital Program for DXLab and Flex 5000A

I have been less than successful with getting seamless integration between
the Flex 5000A, DXLab, and either WinWarbler or Fldigi. I'm currently try to
use the FLDigi Gateway and FlDigi. Everything works fine except the Flex is
NOT set to Digital Upper which is the proper mode for digital operation when
using the Flex. I'll acknowledge up front that this may be a configuration
issue on my part.

Will someone please suggest a digital program (PSK/RTTY) that works
seamlessly with the Flex and DXLab? That is, when a spot is clicked in DXLab
the Flex is set to Digital Upper which automatically enables the Virtual
Audio Cable (VAC).

If it helps solve my issue, the SET CAT Command on the Flex for Digital
Upper is ZZMD07;

Thank you in advance for any pointers on how to fix my current configuration
or which program to install that is Flex Digital Upper mode aware.

73,

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