Re: SntNR 001 twice
>>> I have put some suggestions in line below
On Fri, Nov 16, 2018 at 04:15 AM, 'Zaba' OH1ZAA wrote:
Hello Jaan, Steve and Barry!>>> Did you do a Tools > Rescore Current Contest after editing the first QSO? I can't say for certain, but I believe this might have fixed it.
Other issues with N1MM+:>>> You do not have to close and reopen the program. Just go to the Tools menu and select "Rescore Current Contest".
>>> You should do this any time after making changes (importing from ADIF, or editing contacts in the log).
Recently upon initiating a new log N1MM+ suggests an initial date 3 - 5>>> The CWT dates/times are a problem, because there are three CWTs a week, two of them on the same UTC date.
>>> What it does depends on when you set up the CWT log - before the first session or in between CWT sessions on a single day.
>>> Often I find that it initializes the start date/time to the following week, as if this week's CWTs were all completed after the first one.
>>> Checking and if necessary editing the start date/time is a routine part of my CWT preparation.
OKOMDX-CW was still rated at 10 points per QSO, but the rules say 1>>> I believe Les responded to this.
Maybe a cache flush for several parameters would be good when initiating>>> That call sign in the frame comes from the Bandmap window.
>>> If you switch logs when there are two contests at the same time, you might not want the bandmap to be
>>> cleared just because you were logging the next contact in a different contest log.
>>> You might want to just log that one contact and then switch back to the first contest with the bandmap intact.
>>> The choice is left to the user.
>>> If you do want to start a fresh bandmap, right-click in the Bandmap window and use one of the "Remove Spots" menu items.
After running the VHFNAC on 432 MHz last Tuesday, the band in the>>> If you are using a radio that is interfaced to the program for rig control, this happens automatically.
>>> If your radio is not interfaced, it is up to you to tell the program what frequency and mode you want it to log.