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Re: Resizing DXView

Dave, AA6YQ <dhb@...>
 

Thanks for your participation, Tom!

Dave, AA6YQ

-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Brouard [mailto:stagehand@...]
Sent: Saturday, April 07, 2001 13:25 PM
To: Dxlab
Subject: [dxlab] Resizing DXView


Hi Dave,

I have upgrade DXView to 1.2.3 and DXKeeper 1.1.7 and will install the
latest updates as soon as my work schedule calms down. Having the capture
window is exactly what I was looking for. I don't feel a need to have the
option to resize DXview any longer.

I have never used any sort of reflector before and I find it very
effective.


Thank You



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Re: SpotCollector design, DXView screensize

Richard B Drake
 

It wouldn't be a problem to have it all in one application.
Personally I have no access to a VHF packet cluster so the most I
would use would be two or three Netclusters and maybe an IRC
cluster (I've never tried one but it seems reasonable to do so).

You really are going to have to start paying attention to Windows
resource usage though. With several DXLab applications open, now I
often get an "Out of memory" message from Windows. It's not really
out of memory, it's out of Windows resources but it means that I
have to be very careful about what applications I have open. I'm
concerned that adding one more may just be the straw that breaks
the camels back. As I have mentioned to you before, CI-V commander
is a tremendous resource hog and I can't help but think that there
is something in there that is eating resources for lunch :-)

----
73, Rich - W3ZJ

-----Original Message-----
From: Dave, AA6YQ [mailto:dhb@...]
Sent: Saturday, April 07, 2001 1:30 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: [dxlab] RE: SpotCollector design, DXView screensize


I hope that SpotCollector is next on your to do list.
I find that
absence of that is the major reason that I keep reverting to
Logger. I think that once the bugs are worked out and
SpotCollector implemented this will become my main
modus operandi!

>The original spot management design involves several
applications:

NetCluster -- obtains spots from Telnet
packetclusters

PacketCluster -- obtains spots from VHF
packetclusters via a TNC
connected to a com port

CQDX -- obtains DXS spots via the
#CQDX IRC channel

SpotCollector -- aggregates and displays spots
collected from
multiple instances of NetCluster, PacketCluster, and CQDX

This design makes it possible to simultaneously
collect spots from
multiple sources and intelligently merge them into a
single database.

I've implemented NetCluster and SpotCollector and
have them basically
working. SpotCollector currently lacks DXKeeper's
database sort and filter
capabilities, and you can't yet configure the
presentation of the database
fields to your taste.

I am having second thoughts about forcing the user to
deal with so many
different applications . Realistically, the most anyone
will do is run two
or three NetClusters, one PacketCluster, and one CQDX.
So I'm now thinking
of packaging these within SpotCollector. While
NetCluster, PacketCluster,
and CQDX each maintain a window that monitors their
respective source, in
practice one focuses on the merged database display
maintained by
SpotCluster.

Anyone see a problem with this simplified packaging?


> In the non-map portion of DXView's window, about half
> the space is taken up
> with control labels and associated whitespace; would an
> "expert view"
> lacking this nicety be a reasonable alternative?
>

Hmm! I don't think id like it without any control
labels some of
them could be abbreviated and made smaller. Let's see ....

We don't need the Go button, that could be performed by double
clicking the callsign. Prefix could be abbreviated
and that field
made smaller, Country could be smaller. Lat/Lon can be made
slightly smaller, distance can be smaller, grid can
be eliminated
(put that in the title bar instead of Lat/Lon),
Region and Time
can be eliminated. The DXCC button could be
eliminated and become
a tab in the config dialog, help could be reduced to
a "?". How
does it lay out now? I'd have to see it. Maybe there are a few
other economies that could be applied without affecting the
functionality.

You already have a Map button there. If the main map
were hidden
by default, clicking that button would display it,
clicking on the
map itself could toggle between the large scale map
and the more
detailed ones. The traditional "x" in the title bar
would hide the
map again. How are we doing?

>>>Some good ideas to consider.



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Updates

Tom Brouard <stagehand@...>
 

Hi Dave,

Is it necessary to install each update individually or does the latest one
encompass all updates befor it. I am not able to install each update as
they become available. Instead, I have to pile them up and do them all at
once when I get my "Ham Time".

Thank You

73 de KB2VNB

DXKeeper 121

Richard B Drake
 

Dave,

I have used V121 this afternoon to log several contacts and it
seems to be working well now. One thing that seems strange is that
after logging a contact it picks up the callsign of the previous
contact and puts it into DXView. Not a big deal it just seems odd.

I am also appreciating the contest fields this afternoon. When I
am serious about a contest, I will set up WriteLog which is
specifically designed for contesting and has many special
contesting features. But if I am just dabbling with a contest
such as this weekends SPDX contest (i.e. if I hear an SP calling
CQ contest, I'll call him and give him a contact) the additional
contest fields and keeping track of sequence number are very nice.

-----
73, Rich - W3ZJ
www.w3zj.com

Re: Updates

Dave, AA6YQ <dhb@...>
 

You can install the latest update.

Dave

-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Brouard [mailto:stagehand@...]
Sent: Saturday, April 07, 2001 15:34 PM
To: Dxlab
Subject: [dxlab] Updates


Hi Dave,

Is it necessary to install each update individually or does the latest one
encompass all updates befor it. I am not able to install each update as
they become available. Instead, I have to pile them up and do them all at
once when I get my "Ham Time".

Thank You

73 de KB2VNB





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DXKeeper, PropView, and DXView

Dave, AA6YQ <dhb@...>
 

The "lookup last log entry" blemish is fixed, and clicking Lookup (in the
Capture window) now restores input focus to the Callsign textbox. If nothing
else shows up for a few hours, I'll release these in DXKeeper 1.2.2 tonight.

I'd like to release PropView 1.0.3 and DXView 1.2.7 (with the working title
bar clock) to a larger audience, probably via announcement to several DX and
propagation reflectors. Any comment on the recent Vertical Time Bar change
before I reduce flexibility by adding users?

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

-----Original Message-----
From: Richard B Drake [mailto:rich@...]
Sent: Saturday, April 07, 2001 16:10 PM
To: Dxlab
Subject: [dxlab] DXKeeper 121


Dave,

I have used V121 this afternoon to log several contacts and it
seems to be working well now. One thing that seems strange is that
after logging a contact it picks up the callsign of the previous
contact and puts it into DXView. Not a big deal it just seems odd.

I am also appreciating the contest fields this afternoon. When I
am serious about a contest, I will set up WriteLog which is
specifically designed for contesting and has many special
contesting features. But if I am just dabbling with a contest
such as this weekends SPDX contest (i.e. if I hear an SP calling
CQ contest, I'll call him and give him a contact) the additional
contest fields and keeping track of sequence number are very nice.

-----
73, Rich - W3ZJ
www.w3zj.com


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Re: SpotCollector design, DXView screensize

Dave, AA6YQ <dhb@...>
 

It wouldn't be a problem to have it all in one application.
Personally I have no access to a VHF packet cluster so the most I
would use would be two or three Netclusters and maybe an IRC
cluster (I've never tried one but it seems reasonable to do so).

#CQDX is the only way I know of to get spots from DXS, which seems to be
the best source overall. And I've met some nice DXers on the chat channel to
boot.

You really are going to have to start paying attention to Windows
resource usage though. With several DXLab applications open, now I
often get an "Out of memory" message from Windows. It's not really
out of memory, it's out of Windows resources but it means that I
have to be very careful about what applications I have open. I'm
concerned that adding one more may just be the straw that breaks
the camels back. As I have mentioned to you before, CI-V commander
is a tremendous resource hog and I can't help but think that there
is something in there that is eating resources for lunch :-)

>>>Agreed.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

Re: DXKeeper, PropView, and DXView

Richard B Drake
 

Dave,

Yes, I tried the Vertical Time Bar in PathView and like it very
much. Now the functionality is very intuitive. One little
enhancement might make it even better, have the cursor change when
it passes over the time bar to let you know when you are on it and
also give a clue that you can probably drag it around.

Bye the way thanks for pointing me to the N6RT propagation site.
That's terrific and it was really interesting watching the dynamic
X-RAY flux displays during yesterdays solar flare. It corresponded
exactly with what was happening on the HF bands. A complete shut
down of HF propagation with an X5 level flare and gradual return
of propagation over the next couple of hours as the X-RAY flux
dropped off to the C level. Amazing!!

----
73, Rich - W3ZJ

-----Original Message-----
From: Dave, AA6YQ [mailto:dhb@...]
Sent: Saturday, April 07, 2001 5:34 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: [dxlab] DXKeeper, PropView, and DXView


The "lookup last log entry" blemish is fixed, and
clicking Lookup (in the
Capture window) now restores input focus to the
Callsign textbox. If nothing
else shows up for a few hours, I'll release these in
DXKeeper 1.2.2 tonight.

I'd like to release PropView 1.0.3 and DXView 1.2.7
(with the working title
bar clock) to a larger audience, probably via
announcement to several DX and
propagation reflectors. Any comment on the recent
Vertical Time Bar change
before I reduce flexibility by adding users?

73,

Dave, AA6YQ
-----Original Message-----
From: Richard B Drake [mailto:rich@...]
Sent: Saturday, April 07, 2001 16:10 PM
To: Dxlab
Subject: [dxlab] DXKeeper 121


Dave,

I have used V121 this afternoon to log several contacts and it
seems to be working well now. One thing that seems
strange is that
after logging a contact it picks up the callsign of
the previous
contact and puts it into DXView. Not a big deal it
just seems odd.

I am also appreciating the contest fields this
afternoon. When I
am serious about a contest, I will set up WriteLog which is
specifically designed for contesting and has many special
contesting features. But if I am just dabbling with a contest
such as this weekends SPDX contest (i.e. if I hear an
SP calling
CQ contest, I'll call him and give him a contact) the
additional
contest fields and keeping track of sequence number
are very nice.

-----
73, Rich - W3ZJ
www.w3zj.com


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DXKeeper 1.2.2 is available

Dave, AA6YQ <dhb@...>
 

This release corrects the "lookup last log entry" defect reported below, and
restores input focus to the QSO Capture Callsign textbox after a lookup
operation.

If you've already installed DXKeeper 1.1.1 or later, you can upgrade to
version 1.2.2 by downloading and then running
http://www.qsl.net/dxkeeper/DXKeeper122Update.exe . If you haven't yet
installed DXKeeper, a full install is available via
http://www.qsl.net/dxkeeper/download.htm .

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

-----Original Message-----
From: Dave, AA6YQ [mailto:dhb@...]
Sent: Saturday, April 07, 2001 17:34 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: [dxlab] DXKeeper, PropView, and DXView


The "lookup last log entry" blemish is fixed, and clicking Lookup (in the
Capture window) now restores input focus to the Callsign textbox. If
nothing
else shows up for a few hours, I'll release these in DXKeeper 1.2.2
tonight.

I'd like to release PropView 1.0.3 and DXView 1.2.7 (with the working
title
bar clock) to a larger audience, probably via announcement to several DX
and
propagation reflectors. Any comment on the recent Vertical Time Bar change
before I reduce flexibility by adding users?

73,

Dave, AA6YQ
-----Original Message-----
From: Richard B Drake [mailto:rich@...]
Sent: Saturday, April 07, 2001 16:10 PM
To: Dxlab
Subject: [dxlab] DXKeeper 121


Dave,

I have used V121 this afternoon to log several contacts and it
seems to be working well now. One thing that seems strange is that
after logging a contact it picks up the callsign of the previous
contact and puts it into DXView. Not a big deal it just seems odd.

I am also appreciating the contest fields this afternoon. When I
am serious about a contest, I will set up WriteLog which is
specifically designed for contesting and has many special
contesting features. But if I am just dabbling with a contest
such as this weekends SPDX contest (i.e. if I hear an SP calling
CQ contest, I'll call him and give him a contact) the additional
contest fields and keeping track of sequence number are very nice.

-----
73, Rich - W3ZJ
www.w3zj.com


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PropView 1.0.4 is available

Dave, AA6YQ <dhb@...>
 

In this release, the mouse cursor changes to a left-right positioning icon
when it passes over the Vertical Time Bar, as Rich suggested below.

If you already have PropView 1.0.1 installed, you can upgrade by downloading
and running www.qsl.net/propview/PropView104Update.exe -- it will update
your online help and install PropView104.exe, which
you can then run. If you haven't yet installed PropView, a full install is
available via www.qsl.net/propview/download.htm ,

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

-----Original Message-----
From: Richard B Drake [mailto:rich@...]
Sent: Saturday, April 07, 2001 17:48 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: RE: [dxlab] DXKeeper, PropView, and DXView


Dave,

Yes, I tried the Vertical Time Bar in PathView and like it very
much. Now the functionality is very intuitive. One little
enhancement might make it even better, have the cursor change when
it passes over the time bar to let you know when you are on it and
also give a clue that you can probably drag it around.

Bye the way thanks for pointing me to the N6RT propagation site.
That's terrific and it was really interesting watching the dynamic
X-RAY flux displays during yesterdays solar flare. It corresponded
exactly with what was happening on the HF bands. A complete shut
down of HF propagation with an X5 level flare and gradual return
of propagation over the next couple of hours as the X-RAY flux
dropped off to the C level. Amazing!!

----
73, Rich - W3ZJ

DXView 1.2.7 is available

Dave, AA6YQ <dhb@...>
 

This release corrects the regression noted below.

If you've already installed DXView, you can upgrade by downloading
http://www.qsl.net/dxview/DXView127Update.exe - store it in your DXView
folder and execute it; you can then run the extracted DXView127.exe . If
you've not installed DXView, a full install is available via
http://www.qsl.net/dxview/download.htm .

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

-----Original Message-----
From: Dave Bernstein [mailto:dhb@...]
Sent: Saturday, April 07, 2001 1:48 AM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: [dxlab] DXView 1.2.6 regression


The title bar UTC clock does not function in this release -- I
disabled it while debugging something, forgot to restore it, and
failed to notice its condition during pre-release testing. I'll
correct it in the next release.

Any comments on the proposal to create an alternative DXView window
that consumes less screen space by presenting less information and by
displaying a smaller map? What fields should be retained in this
window?

73,

Dave, AA6YQ


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PropView 1.0.4 is available for beta test

Dave, AA6YQ <dhb@...>
 

PropView uses the IonCAP propagation prediction engine to forecast the
minimum and maximum useable frequencies between two locations over a
specified 24 hour period. Results are rendered in an easy-to-understand
color-graphic display. Locations can be specified via direct
latitude/longitude entry. Alternatively, PropView interoperates with DXView
to allow location selection by entering a DXCC prefix, or by selecting
locations on a world map; this interoperation requires DXView version 1.2.7.

PropView requires a PC running Windows 9X, 2000, NT, or XP with an SVGA or
better display. This application is free, and contains no advertising.
Commercial use is expressly forbidden.

PropView is available for download via www.qsl.net/propview ;IonCAP
installation is included in the process. For a sample screenshot, see
http://www.qsl.net/propview/propview.jpg . To peruse the online help, see
http://www.qsl.net/propview/Help/index.htm .

DXView, given a callsign, callsign fragment, or prefix, determines the
associated DXCC entity, reporting its location and beam heading from your
QTH. DXView presents a world map, upon which beam headings, stations you
spot, the sun's position, and the solar terminator are continuously
displayed. DXView can also display country maps for more than 250 DXCC
entities. DXView supports M2, Hygain DCU-compatible (with or without
Rotor-EZ), and Yaesu PC-controlled rotator controllers, allowing you to
select a short-path or long-path heading with one mouse click.

If you've already installed DXView, you can upgrade by downloading
http://www.qsl.net/dxview/DXView127Update.exe - store it in your DXView
folder and execute it; you can then run the extracted DXView127.exe . If
you've not installed DXView, a full install is available via
http://www.qsl.net/dxview/download.htm .

PropView and DXView are members of the DXLab Suite, described at
www.qsl.net/dxlab . Other released members of this suite include Pathfinder,
CI-V Commander, and WinWarbler; more are planned and in progress. If you are
interested in evaluating development releases and guiding their evolution,
consider joining the DXLab reflector via
http://www.qsl.net/dxlab/reflector.htm .

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

Re: PropView 1.0.4 is available for beta test

Ron Eberson <zx@...>
 

I have update the 1.0.4 version i see now the degrees but can we also make
a choce of we will degrees or as before the prefix i like to see the prifix
personal.

Ron

-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
Van: Dave, AA6YQ [mailto:dhb@...]
Verzonden: zondag 8 april 2001 8:43
Aan: ham-software@...; DX-QSL; bernie@...;
dx-list@...; i1jqj@...; sford@...; n6nr@...;
w8fx@...; n4aa@...;
VonAswegen@...; jheller@...; digitalradio@...;
Digital-DX reflector; Psk31 egroup; Psk31 reflector;
e-layer@...
CC: dxlab@...; Dave AA6YQ
Onderwerp: [dxlab] PropView 1.0.4 is available for beta test


PropView uses the IonCAP propagation prediction engine to forecast the
minimum and maximum useable frequencies between two locations over a
specified 24 hour period. Results are rendered in an easy-to-understand
color-graphic display. Locations can be specified via direct
latitude/longitude entry. Alternatively, PropView interoperates with DXView
to allow location selection by entering a DXCC prefix, or by selecting
locations on a world map; this interoperation requires DXView version 1.2.7.

PropView requires a PC running Windows 9X, 2000, NT, or XP with an SVGA or
better display. This application is free, and contains no advertising.
Commercial use is expressly forbidden.

PropView is available for download via www.qsl.net/propview ;IonCAP
installation is included in the process. For a sample screenshot, see
http://www.qsl.net/propview/propview.jpg . To peruse the online help, see
http://www.qsl.net/propview/Help/index.htm .

DXView, given a callsign, callsign fragment, or prefix, determines the
associated DXCC entity, reporting its location and beam heading from your
QTH. DXView presents a world map, upon which beam headings, stations you
spot, the sun's position, and the solar terminator are continuously
displayed. DXView can also display country maps for more than 250 DXCC
entities. DXView supports M2, Hygain DCU-compatible (with or without
Rotor-EZ), and Yaesu PC-controlled rotator controllers, allowing you to
select a short-path or long-path heading with one mouse click.

If you've already installed DXView, you can upgrade by downloading
http://www.qsl.net/dxview/DXView127Update.exe - store it in your DXView
folder and execute it; you can then run the extracted DXView127.exe . If
you've not installed DXView, a full install is available via
http://www.qsl.net/dxview/download.htm .

PropView and DXView are members of the DXLab Suite, described at
www.qsl.net/dxlab . Other released members of this suite include Pathfinder,
CI-V Commander, and WinWarbler; more are planned and in progress. If you are
interested in evaluating development releases and guiding their evolution,
consider joining the DXLab reflector via
http://www.qsl.net/dxlab/reflector.htm .

73,

Dave, AA6YQ


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Settings

Andrew J. O'Brien <obrienaj@...>
 

Okay sorry for the dumb question....

I cannot program in my longitude / latitude. The help file tells me to
enter 00 '00 N (or whatever) but DXVIEW does not allow me to enter the '
character. I can enter 00.00 but it will not let me enter a N,S,E, or W.

Andy KB2EOQ

Re: Settings

Dave, AA6YQ <dhb@...>
 

More like a "dumb regression" in direct lat/lon QTH entry.

You can work around this by entering your QTH lat/lon in the main DXView
Window, and then clicking the "Position" button in the QTH panel on the
General tab of the Configuration screen.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

-----Original Message-----
From: Andrew J. O'Brien [mailto:obrienaj@...]
Sent: Sunday, April 08, 2001 14:20 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: [dxlab] Settings


Okay sorry for the dumb question....

I cannot program in my longitude / latitude. The help file tells me to
enter 00 '00 N (or whatever) but DXVIEW does not allow me to enter the '
character. I can enter 00.00 but it will not let me enter a N,S,E, or W.

Andy KB2EOQ


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Re: Settings

Bernard Backaert <bbackaert@...>
 

Hello Andy,

There are no dumb questions only dump answers HI

I am new to dxview and I have also problems to enter my coordinates . The
program tells my always " illegal"

What I'm missing ,


Best 73

Ben ON5GQ
**********************************
Bernard Backaert
Amateur Radio Station ON5GQ
Email : bbackaert@...
: on5gq@...
Please visit : www.qsl.net/on5gq
**********************************

----- Original Message -----
From: "Andrew J. O'Brien" <obrienaj@...>
To: <dxlab@...>
Sent: Sunday, April 08, 2001 8:20 PM
Subject: [dxlab] Settings


Okay sorry for the dumb question....

I cannot program in my longitude / latitude. The help file tells me to
enter 00 '00 N (or whatever) but DXVIEW does not allow me to enter the '
character. I can enter 00.00 but it will not let me enter a N,S,E, or W.

Andy KB2EOQ


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DXKeeper 122

Richard B Drake
 

Dave,

I have occasionally experienced a problem with DXKeeper hanging up
on me, it seems to get stuck in an infinite loop. It took me a
while to figure out how to reproduce it, but here it is. If I
enter a call in the capture window and press enter to do the look
up, then later without clearing the capture window I go back and
make a correction to the callsign and press enter again,
everything seems fine but when I go to log that QSO, DXKeeper is
hung up.

-----
73, Rich - W3ZJ
www.w3zj.com

Propview?

Ron Eberson <zx@...>
 

Is it posible to see the Prefix also now i see the degrees in the new
version.
The old you see the prefix can we make a choce in that.

Sorry for my English i know that it's not correct.

73's Ron

Re: Propview?

Richard B Drake
 

Ron,

Perhaps I don't understand your question. However, I wonder if you
are using DXView V1.2.7 and PropView V1.0.4. With this
combination, I am seeing the Prefix both in DXView and in the
title at the top of the prediction graph in PropView.

---
73, Rich - W3ZJ

-----Original Message-----
From: Ron Eberson [mailto:zx@...]
Sent: Sunday, April 08, 2001 3:00 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: [dxlab] Propview?




Is it posible to see the Prefix also now i see the
degrees in the new
version.
The old you see the prefix can we make a choce in that.

Sorry for my English i know that it's not correct.

73's Ron


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Re: Settings

Dave, AA6YQ <dhb@...>
 

Its a defect, Ben. An update will be available shortly.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

-----Original Message-----
From: Bernard Backaert [mailto:bbackaert@...]
Sent: Sunday, April 08, 2001 14:43 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: Re: [dxlab] Settings


Hello Andy,

There are no dumb questions only dump answers HI

I am new to dxview and I have also problems to enter my coordinates . The
program tells my always " illegal"

What I'm missing ,


Best 73

Ben ON5GQ
**********************************
Bernard Backaert
Amateur Radio Station ON5GQ
Email : bbackaert@...
: on5gq@...
Please visit : www.qsl.net/on5gq
**********************************
----- Original Message -----
From: "Andrew J. O'Brien" <obrienaj@...>
To: <dxlab@...>
Sent: Sunday, April 08, 2001 8:20 PM
Subject: [dxlab] Settings


> Okay sorry for the dumb question....
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> I cannot program in my longitude / latitude. The help file tells me to
> enter 00 '00 N (or whatever) but DXVIEW does not allow me to enter the '
> character. I can enter 00.00 but it will not let me enter a N,S,E, or
W.
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> Andy KB2EOQ
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