Re: QSORDER by K3IT command line flags?
VE9AA - Mike
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Slight correction to my last. Using Rich's command line method will let me see the input devices for example but I cannot run the program from there and have it work. It always says cannot convert WAV to MP3.
If I click on the qsorder.exe in Windows 7, it WILL WORK, however, I have no access to any flags (for example if I wanted to choose another input devices, make the recording shorter/longer, SO2R recording,e tc.
If I make a batch file or Windows shortcut, flags do not work (won't allow me that as a choice-just gives me an error that it's not a valid location and file name) and if I skip the flags, and run w/o them, the program immediately closes.
This is kinda bizarre.
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I was able to make a batch file with the -q extension, however when run it closes in about 1/4second.
I also have made numerous windows shortcuts. Anything with an -Q, -S (for example) opens for about 1/2 a second then closes immediately.
Trying Rich's method (yes, I remember DOS very well) actually seems to work.
I did record the 1 hour of CWT today but don't look forward to typing out that command from a command prompt each time I contest, hi !
Must be a Windows thing blocking the shortcuts and batch files. I cannot run any -q -S etc. as Windows doesn't seem to like that in a shortcut and will not allow it. I can however click on QSORDER.EXE in windows and it will run the basic file, but with nothing extra...just the basic .exe file (no external flags)
I am running AVG Free and Zone alarm, but don't see anything obvious in those.
I have tried running as an admin, and not. No change.
So far, only a command line works. Which is odd.
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That's how I do it here, works a treat.
to hear recent recordings with QSOrder.
On 11 Nov 2015, at 06:18, vytenis.sciucka@... [N1MMLoggerplus] <N1MMLoggerplus@...> wrote: