myQTH


Mike Daly
 

Dave,

When I upload an adi file to DXLab’s DX Keeper the location for myQTH is blank and is sending a painful bell to remind me to add the location.

Is there a way to default this setting?  In my case I am only using DXLab at the home QTH.  Or is there a way to enter the QTH [which in my case I list as GALLUP, as I live in Gallup, NM] in a fashion for all entries?

 

Cordially, Mike n5sj


Carl - WC4H
 

Yes there is.
Use the config button in DXKeeper.  Then click on myQTHs tab.
Toward the lower left, you'll see a New button.  Click on it and fill out the information in the boxes on top. 
The QTH should appear in the Grid on the bottom.  I just call mine HOME.
Now select that QTH under Find myQTH ID and click on the Set myQTH ID button.

I think that is it.
73.
Carl - WC4H


On 1/2/2018 3:56 PM, Michael Daly n5sj@... [dxlab] wrote:

 

Dave,

When I upload an adi file to DXLab’s DX Keeper the location for myQTH is blank and is sending a painful bell to remind me to add the location.

Is there a way to default this setting?  In my case I am only using DXLab at the home QTH.  Or is there a way to enter the QTH [which in my case I list as GALLUP, as I live in Gallup, NM] in a fashion for all entries?

 

Cordially, Mike n5sj



Dave AA6YQ
 

AA6YQ comments below
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Subject: [dxlab] myQTH

When I upload an adi file to DXLab’s DX Keeper the location for myQTH is blank and is sending a painful bell to remind me to add the location.

Is there a way to default this setting? In my case I am only using DXLab at the home QTH.

Yes: in the "Log Settings" panel on the Configuration window's Log tab, set the "default myQTH ID" selector to Gallup.
Or is there a way to enter the QTH [which in my case I list as GALLUP, as I live in Gallup, NM] in a fashion for all entries?

You can do this with the "Advanced Sorts, Filters, and Modifiers" window's "Modify QSOs" panel, but if you specify a default myQTH as described above, that won't be necessary.
73,

Dave, AA6YQ