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Re: ESM oddity

VE9AA - Mike
 

Hi Ted,

I've copied and pasted using the Yahoo online group (not email) so hope the formatting holds up.

It looks "normal" here.  The F2 recording called 59 NB.wav is actually saying "59 5" (in case it matters)

Same for F6, it says "59 5" (a little more urgently)


OK, here goes:


#
# N1MM Logger+ SSB Default Function Key File
#
# Edits may be necessary before using this file
# Make sure your directory contains all of the filenames listed in this file
# Use Ctrl+O in the program to set the Operator callsign
#
###################
#   RUN Messages
###################
F1 CQ,{operator}\CQ.wav
F2 Exch,{OPERATOR}\59 NB.wav
F3 TNX,{OPERATOR}\Thanks.wav
F4 {MYCALL},{OPERATOR}\Mycall.WAV
# Replace "-" with "!" if you are using voicing of callsigns
F5 His Call,EMPTY.WAV
F6 REP,rep
F7 QRZ?,{OPERATOR}\QRZ.wav
F8 Agn?,{OPERATOR}\AllAgain.wav
F9 NR?,{OPERATOR}\Zone query.wav
F10 CL,{operator}\cl
F11 Spare,{log}
F12 Wipe,{WIPE}
#
###################
#   S&P Messages
###################
# "&" doubled, displays one "&" in the button label
F1 S&&P CQ,{OPERATOR}\CQ.wav
F2 Exch,{OPERATOR}\59 NB.wav
F3 Spare,{operator}
F4 {MYCALL},{OPERATOR}\Mycall.WAV
# Replace "-" with "!" if you are using voicing of callsigns
F5 His Call,EMPTY.WAV
F6 {MYCALL},{operator} rep
F7 Rpt Exch,{OPERATOR}\Repeat Exchange.wav
F8 Agn?,{OPERATOR\AllAgain.wav
F9 Zone,{OPERATOR}\Repeat zone.wav
F10 Spare,{operator}\cl
F11 Spare,{log}
F12 Wipe,{WIPE}




---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., <w4nz@...> wrote :

Mike,

How about posting your F-key definitions so we can have a look and maybe try some testing, too?

73, Ted W4NZ

 

From: N1MMLoggerplus@... [mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...]
Sent: Tuesday, October 27, 2015 5:51 PM
To: N1MMLoggerplus@...
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerplus] Re: ESM oddity

 

 

GE Steve,

 

Thanks for the reply.  Well, "595" gets old after 1000 times. ( I can only imagine the SOAB HP guys with big antenna farms saying it 5x that amount.

I was (and am) battling a pretty bad cold the past 2 weeks, so I opted

to send as much as I possibly could by wav file.

 

What I can't seem to figure out is why only sometimes I had to press the space bar to advance the cursor.

 

I am going to do some more testing with no radio, radio @ 1w, 50w & 100w to see if it's indeed RF.

 

Just as few minutes ago I listened to some snippets of my 24 hours of recording and noticed here and there what sounded perhaps like RF getting into Radio 2 even @ 100w levels.  I am not sure about this, but since I noticed it just now it MIGHT be a clue.

 

As always, I really do appreciate the help.

 

dit dit

 

Mike VE9AA



---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., <n2ic@...> wrote :

Mike,

The problem with your questions is that you provide no clue on how
anyone might be able to reproduce what you saw.

So what if others saw it ? Without some idea of what was unique to the
situation the development team has almost no chance of changing the
behavior.

Frankly, I never use a wav file to send the "five nine four" while
running on SSB. It sounds too disjointed from the callsign. I speak
"VE9AA 594" and press the space bar, which always moves the cursor. Then
I press Enter to log the call and send my "Thanks" wav file.

73,
Steve, N2IC

On 10/27/2015 01:12 PM, ve9aa@... [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:

> So, seems like most folks are way more worried about DX spots and slight
> scoring anomalies than suggesting anything that might be going on with
> (my) ESM.
>
> Am I to presume I am the only guy who had a small issue with ESM this
> past weekend, whereby I had to hit the spacebar to advance the cursor
> some of the time, even though the proper wav files were playing?
>
>
> I plan to do more testing, but it would be nice to know if I am alone in
> this, or others are just waiting to hear more about it.
>
>
> TNX
>
>
> Mike VE9AA
>
>
>
> ---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., <ve9aa@...> wrote :
>
> I have only used ESM for the past month, 99% of the time on CW.
>
> So far, so good.
>
>
> This w/e during CQWW SSB using the latest version, I noticed in perhaps
> 25% of the times when I was running the cursor would not advance after I
> had hit enter and the wav file played the report.
>
> :Ie
>
> "cq ve9aa contest" (f1 message)
>
> somebody calls in.....let's say DH8BQA
>
> I type DH8BQA
>
> say "DH8BQA"
>
> hit enter
>
> the wave file says
>
> "Five Nine Five"
>
> ...I think it's at this very moment the cursor SHOULD advance, and the 2
> F keys turn turquoise and once I get
>
> Olli's report, I can hit enter and save/log the QSO, play the thank you
> message and move on.
>
> HOWEVER, the cursor just sat at the end of the callsign and never moved,
> even though the wav file played in all cases.
>
> I was 100w, no RFI and no packet, so was not a "cluster glut". Windows 7
> laptop, latest windows updates and very little programs running. Bare
> minimum.
>
> I did have DXAtlas running in the background for the greyline, but no
> other programs running except SO2R box related stuff for the YCCC SO2R*
> box. (which ramn like a top!)
>
> Latest MCP and country lists.
>
> Ideas?
>
>
> Program ran very smooth. No stuttering and it was overall a wonderful
> experience with my new toy (SO2R) and learning ESM.
>
>
> Thanks for any insights with what I might be doing.
>
>
> Mike VE9AA
>
>


Re: Supported Radios

John Bednar
 

Neil,

 

It is common knowledge that the SteppIr controllers are sensitive to polling of more than one VFO and repetitive activity. Adding FT1000MP SO2V support increased the polling demands.

 

Users have also reported that some SteppIr controllers alternate between two band segments (VFOA & VFOB).

 

We do not have the time right now to support third party hardware with special needs. We will remove the reference in the manual to the non-existent MP SteppIr radio option.

 

John, K3CT

 

From: N1MMLoggerplus@... [mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...]
Sent: Monday, October 26, 2015 9:17 PM
To: N1MMLoggerplus@...
Subject: [N1MMLoggerplus] Supported Radios

 

 

Good Day;

 

Reading the support documentation under supported radios the following are listed;

 

Is this an over site and left over from much older versions of N1MM software?

I downloaded the current version of software for N1MM+ and the current update and the Configurer does not have these as options under  Radio.

 

I continue to check back hoping that one day the Steppir and Ft1000MP will once again be supported.

 

Thanks

 

Neil VA6AK

 


Re: ESM oddity

Ted Bryant
 

Mike,

How about posting your F-key definitions so we can have a look and maybe try some testing, too?

73, Ted W4NZ

 

From: N1MMLoggerplus@... [mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...]
Sent: Tuesday, October 27, 2015 5:51 PM
To: N1MMLoggerplus@...
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerplus] Re: ESM oddity

 

 

GE Steve,

 

Thanks for the reply.  Well, "595" gets old after 1000 times. ( I can only imagine the SOAB HP guys with big antenna farms saying it 5x that amount.

I was (and am) battling a pretty bad cold the past 2 weeks, so I opted

to send as much as I possibly could by wav file.

 

What I can't seem to figure out is why only sometimes I had to press the space bar to advance the cursor.

 

I am going to do some more testing with no radio, radio @ 1w, 50w & 100w to see if it's indeed RF.

 

Just as few minutes ago I listened to some snippets of my 24 hours of recording and noticed here and there what sounded perhaps like RF getting into Radio 2 even @ 100w levels.  I am not sure about this, but since I noticed it just now it MIGHT be a clue.

 

As always, I really do appreciate the help.

 

dit dit

 

Mike VE9AA



---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., <n2ic@...> wrote :

Mike,

The problem with your questions is that you provide no clue on how
anyone might be able to reproduce what you saw.

So what if others saw it ? Without some idea of what was unique to the
situation the development team has almost no chance of changing the
behavior.

Frankly, I never use a wav file to send the "five nine four" while
running on SSB. It sounds too disjointed from the callsign. I speak
"VE9AA 594" and press the space bar, which always moves the cursor. Then
I press Enter to log the call and send my "Thanks" wav file.

73,
Steve, N2IC

On 10/27/2015 01:12 PM, ve9aa@... [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
> So, seems like most folks are way more worried about DX spots and slight
> scoring anomalies than suggesting anything that might be going on with
> (my) ESM.
>
> Am I to presume I am the only guy who had a small issue with ESM this
> past weekend, whereby I had to hit the spacebar to advance the cursor
> some of the time, even though the proper wav files were playing?
>
>
> I plan to do more testing, but it would be nice to know if I am alone in
> this, or others are just waiting to hear more about it.
>
>
> TNX
>
>
> Mike VE9AA
>
>
>
> ---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., <ve9aa@...> wrote :
>
> I have only used ESM for the past month, 99% of the time on CW.
>
> So far, so good.
>
>
> This w/e during CQWW SSB using the latest version, I noticed in perhaps
> 25% of the times when I was running the cursor would not advance after I
> had hit enter and the wav file played the report.
>
> :Ie
>
> "cq ve9aa contest" (f1 message)
>
> somebody calls in.....let's say DH8BQA
>
> I type DH8BQA
>
> say "DH8BQA"
>
> hit enter
>
> the wave file says
>
> "Five Nine Five"
>
> ...I think it's at this very moment the cursor SHOULD advance, and the 2
> F keys turn turquoise and once I get
>
> Olli's report, I can hit enter and save/log the QSO, play the thank you
> message and move on.
>
> HOWEVER, the cursor just sat at the end of the callsign and never moved,
> even though the wav file played in all cases.
>
> I was 100w, no RFI and no packet, so was not a "cluster glut". Windows 7
> laptop, latest windows updates and very little programs running. Bare
> minimum.
>
> I did have DXAtlas running in the background for the greyline, but no
> other programs running except SO2R box related stuff for the YCCC SO2R*
> box. (which ramn like a top!)
>
> Latest MCP and country lists.
>
> Ideas?
>
>
> Program ran very smooth. No stuttering and it was overall a wonderful
> experience with my new toy (SO2R) and learning ESM.
>
>
> Thanks for any insights with what I might be doing.
>
>
> Mike VE9AA
>
>


Re: I can't install N1MM upgrades

Herbert Schoenbohm
 

That works...thanks Rick

On 10/27/2015 7:06 PM, Rick Ellison rellison@... [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
 

Right click on the setup file and select “Run as Administrator”

 

73 Rick N2AMG

 

From: N1MMLoggerplus@... [mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...]
Sent: Tuesday, October 27, 2015 6:58 PM
To: N1MMLoggerplus@...
Subject: [N1MMLoggerplus] I can't install N1MM upgrades

 

 

Error message says I don't have administrative privileges to install
N1MM Plus upgrades. This happened after a Win 8.1 upgrade and was never
a problem before. What do I do now?

Herb, KV4FZ



Re: I can't install N1MM upgrades

Rick Ellison
 

Right click on the setup file and select “Run as Administrator”

 

73 Rick N2AMG

 

From: N1MMLoggerplus@... [mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...]
Sent: Tuesday, October 27, 2015 6:58 PM
To: N1MMLoggerplus@...
Subject: [N1MMLoggerplus] I can't install N1MM upgrades

 

 

Error message says I don't have administrative privileges to install
N1MM Plus upgrades. This happened after a Win 8.1 upgrade and was never
a problem before. What do I do now?

Herb, KV4FZ


I can't install N1MM upgrades

Herbert Schoenbohm
 

Error message says I don't have administrative privileges to install N1MM Plus upgrades. This happened after a Win 8.1 upgrade and was never a problem before. What do I do now?


Herb, KV4FZ


Re: ESM oddity

VE9AA - Mike
 


I just logged 43 Q's on both radios with the power turned all the way to zero and sometimes it would say the exchange and advance the cursor and sometimes not.

It's NOT an RF issue.

Also, I tried it with another 30-40 of the same calls over and over and sometimes the cursor would advance and other times it would not advance.
Ie: Tried W1AW 10-15 times, then Wiped it each time instead of logging it.

I am scratching my head.

Does everyone always say the report?  What about other , longer, contest exchanges...surely other use wav files for things like SS, etc.?

Gonna try some CW testing now..

1.0.5251.0

Mike VE9AA

---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., <ve9aa@...> wrote :

GE Steve,


Thanks for the reply.  Well, "595" gets old after 1000 times. ( I can only imagine the SOAB HP guys with big antenna farms saying it 5x that amount.

I was (and am) battling a pretty bad cold the past 2 weeks, so I opted

to send as much as I possibly could by wav file.


What I can't seem to figure out is why only sometimes I had to press the space bar to advance the cursor.


I am going to do some more testing with no radio, radio @ 1w, 50w & 100w to see if it's indeed RF.


Just as few minutes ago I listened to some snippets of my 24 hours of recording and noticed here and there what sounded perhaps like RF getting into Radio 2 even @ 100w levels.  I am not sure about this, but since I noticed it just now it MIGHT be a clue.


As always, I really do appreciate the help.


dit dit


Mike VE9AA



---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., <n2ic@...> wrote :

Mike,

The problem with your questions is that you provide no clue on how
anyone might be able to reproduce what you saw.

So what if others saw it ? Without some idea of what was unique to the
situation the development team has almost no chance of changing the
behavior.

Frankly, I never use a wav file to send the "five nine four" while
running on SSB. It sounds too disjointed from the callsign. I speak
"VE9AA 594" and press the space bar, which always moves the cursor. Then
I press Enter to log the call and send my "Thanks" wav file.

73,
Steve, N2IC

On 10/27/2015 01:12 PM, ve9aa@... [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
> So, seems like most folks are way more worried about DX spots and slight
> scoring anomalies than suggesting anything that might be going on with
> (my) ESM.
>
> Am I to presume I am the only guy who had a small issue with ESM this
> past weekend, whereby I had to hit the spacebar to advance the cursor
> some of the time, even though the proper wav files were playing?
>
>
> I plan to do more testing, but it would be nice to know if I am alone in
> this, or others are just waiting to hear more about it.
>
>
> TNX
>
>
> Mike VE9AA
>
>
>
> ---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., <ve9aa@...> wrote :
>
> I have only used ESM for the past month, 99% of the time on CW.
>
> So far, so good.
>
>
> This w/e during CQWW SSB using the latest version, I noticed in perhaps
> 25% of the times when I was running the cursor would not advance after I
> had hit enter and the wav file played the report.
>
> :Ie
>
> "cq ve9aa contest" (f1 message)
>
> somebody calls in.....let's say DH8BQA
>
> I type DH8BQA
>
> say "DH8BQA"
>
> hit enter
>
> the wave file says
>
> "Five Nine Five"
>
> ...I think it's at this very moment the cursor SHOULD advance, and the 2
> F keys turn turquoise and once I get
>
> Olli's report, I can hit enter and save/log the QSO, play the thank you
> message and move on.
>
> HOWEVER, the cursor just sat at the end of the callsign and never moved,
> even though the wav file played in all cases.
>
> I was 100w, no RFI and no packet, so was not a "cluster glut". Windows 7
> laptop, latest windows updates and very little programs running. Bare
> minimum.
>
> I did have DXAtlas running in the background for the greyline, but no
> other programs running except SO2R box related stuff for the YCCC SO2R*
> box. (which ramn like a top!)
>
> Latest MCP and country lists.
>
> Ideas?
>
>
> Program ran very smooth. No stuttering and it was overall a wonderful
> experience with my new toy (SO2R) and learning ESM.
>
>
> Thanks for any insights with what I might be doing.
>
>
> Mike VE9AA
>
>


Re: ESM oddity

VE9AA - Mike
 

GE Steve,


Thanks for the reply.  Well, "595" gets old after 1000 times. ( I can only imagine the SOAB HP guys with big antenna farms saying it 5x that amount.

I was (and am) battling a pretty bad cold the past 2 weeks, so I opted

to send as much as I possibly could by wav file.


What I can't seem to figure out is why only sometimes I had to press the space bar to advance the cursor.


I am going to do some more testing with no radio, radio @ 1w, 50w & 100w to see if it's indeed RF.


Just as few minutes ago I listened to some snippets of my 24 hours of recording and noticed here and there what sounded perhaps like RF getting into Radio 2 even @ 100w levels.  I am not sure about this, but since I noticed it just now it MIGHT be a clue.


As always, I really do appreciate the help.


dit dit


Mike VE9AA



---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., <n2ic@...> wrote :

Mike,

The problem with your questions is that you provide no clue on how
anyone might be able to reproduce what you saw.

So what if others saw it ? Without some idea of what was unique to the
situation the development team has almost no chance of changing the
behavior.

Frankly, I never use a wav file to send the "five nine four" while
running on SSB. It sounds too disjointed from the callsign. I speak
"VE9AA 594" and press the space bar, which always moves the cursor. Then
I press Enter to log the call and send my "Thanks" wav file.

73,
Steve, N2IC

On 10/27/2015 01:12 PM, ve9aa@... [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
> So, seems like most folks are way more worried about DX spots and slight
> scoring anomalies than suggesting anything that might be going on with
> (my) ESM.
>
> Am I to presume I am the only guy who had a small issue with ESM this
> past weekend, whereby I had to hit the spacebar to advance the cursor
> some of the time, even though the proper wav files were playing?
>
>
> I plan to do more testing, but it would be nice to know if I am alone in
> this, or others are just waiting to hear more about it.
>
>
> TNX
>
>
> Mike VE9AA
>
>
>
> ---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., <ve9aa@...> wrote :
>
> I have only used ESM for the past month, 99% of the time on CW.
>
> So far, so good.
>
>
> This w/e during CQWW SSB using the latest version, I noticed in perhaps
> 25% of the times when I was running the cursor would not advance after I
> had hit enter and the wav file played the report.
>
> :Ie
>
> "cq ve9aa contest" (f1 message)
>
> somebody calls in.....let's say DH8BQA
>
> I type DH8BQA
>
> say "DH8BQA"
>
> hit enter
>
> the wave file says
>
> "Five Nine Five"
>
> ...I think it's at this very moment the cursor SHOULD advance, and the 2
> F keys turn turquoise and once I get
>
> Olli's report, I can hit enter and save/log the QSO, play the thank you
> message and move on.
>
> HOWEVER, the cursor just sat at the end of the callsign and never moved,
> even though the wav file played in all cases.
>
> I was 100w, no RFI and no packet, so was not a "cluster glut". Windows 7
> laptop, latest windows updates and very little programs running. Bare
> minimum.
>
> I did have DXAtlas running in the background for the greyline, but no
> other programs running except SO2R box related stuff for the YCCC SO2R*
> box. (which ramn like a top!)
>
> Latest MCP and country lists.
>
> Ideas?
>
>
> Program ran very smooth. No stuttering and it was overall a wonderful
> experience with my new toy (SO2R) and learning ESM.
>
>
> Thanks for any insights with what I might be doing.
>
>
> Mike VE9AA
>
>


Re: QSOs lost on M1MM+ during DX Ped

Guy Lemieux
 

Found a solution; problem solved.

 

Guy

VE2BWL

 


Re: ESM oddity

Steve London
 

Mike,

The problem with your questions is that you provide no clue on how anyone might be able to reproduce what you saw.

So what if others saw it ? Without some idea of what was unique to the situation the development team has almost no chance of changing the behavior.

Frankly, I never use a wav file to send the "five nine four" while running on SSB. It sounds too disjointed from the callsign. I speak "VE9AA 594" and press the space bar, which always moves the cursor. Then I press Enter to log the call and send my "Thanks" wav file.

73,
Steve, N2IC

On 10/27/2015 01:12 PM, ve9aa@nbnet.nb.ca [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
So, seems like most folks are way more worried about DX spots and slight
scoring anomalies than suggesting anything that might be going on with
(my) ESM.

Am I to presume I am the only guy who had a small issue with ESM this
past weekend, whereby I had to hit the spacebar to advance the cursor
some of the time, even though the proper wav files were playing?


I plan to do more testing, but it would be nice to know if I am alone in
this, or others are just waiting to hear more about it.


TNX


Mike VE9AA



---In N1MMLoggerplus@yahoogroups.com, <ve9aa@...> wrote :

I have only used ESM for the past month, 99% of the time on CW.

So far, so good.


This w/e during CQWW SSB using the latest version, I noticed in perhaps
25% of the times when I was running the cursor would not advance after I
had hit enter and the wav file played the report.

:Ie

"cq ve9aa contest" (f1 message)

somebody calls in.....let's say DH8BQA

I type DH8BQA

say "DH8BQA"

hit enter

the wave file says

"Five Nine Five"

...I think it's at this very moment the cursor SHOULD advance, and the 2
F keys turn turquoise and once I get

Olli's report, I can hit enter and save/log the QSO, play the thank you
message and move on.

HOWEVER, the cursor just sat at the end of the callsign and never moved,
even though the wav file played in all cases.

I was 100w, no RFI and no packet, so was not a "cluster glut". Windows 7
laptop, latest windows updates and very little programs running. Bare
minimum.

I did have DXAtlas running in the background for the greyline, but no
other programs running except SO2R box related stuff for the YCCC SO2R*
box. (which ramn like a top!)

Latest MCP and country lists.

Ideas?


Program ran very smooth. No stuttering and it was overall a wonderful
experience with my new toy (SO2R) and learning ESM.


Thanks for any insights with what I might be doing.


Mike VE9AA


Re: 1.0.5264

iw1ayd Salvo
 

Hi Rick and all.
I am sorry that last year I didn't had any clue on testing other logger filed separators ... I know what you mean.

I'd tested some punctuation marks as filed separator for each QTC record to be received:
"-" work as usual;
":" doesn't work, no entry parsing inside the RX QTC windows, but no crashes or hangs;
" " that's a blank space, it work as the rules page of WAE show in example;
";" doesn't work, no entry parsing inside the RX QTC windows, but no crashes or hangs;
By now, shortly, i could say that some symptoms are gone. As they already went in between the last year WAE as by yours great effort. (hope not to be wrong, there was an experimental version isn't it?)
Mangling the QTC header is another scenario. I had almost accidentally done something like:
QTC;1/10;QTC;1/10;QTC;1/10
Well, on clicking it had given back
QTC: ;1/10;Q
perfectly surviving to the wrong strings, leaving it as user editable BEFORE to save all the QTC received package.

That's the short work I'd done this evening. Do you have anymore suggestion?
I didn't find the last year MMTTY logs, maybe those are buried somewhere and I will find it with more time.
Anyone has it and it's willingly to test or share what was going on with files? (off list pse)

               73 de iw1ayd Salvo

PS Rick pse don't blame me for that 3rd QTC header ...


 


Re: ESM oddity

VE9AA - Mike
 

So, seems like most folks are way more worried about DX spots and slight scoring anomalies than suggesting anything that might be going on with (my) ESM.

Am I to presume I am the only guy who had a small issue with ESM this past weekend, whereby I had to hit the spacebar to advance the cursor some of the time, even though the proper wav files were playing?


I plan to do more testing, but it would be nice to know if I am alone in this, or others are just waiting to hear more about it.


TNX


Mike VE9AA



---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., <ve9aa@...> wrote :

I have only used ESM for the past month, 99% of the time on CW.

So far, so good.


This w/e during CQWW SSB using the latest version, I noticed in perhaps 25% of the times when I was running the cursor would not advance after I had hit enter and the wav file played the report.

:Ie

"cq ve9aa contest" (f1 message)

somebody calls in.....let's say DH8BQA

I type DH8BQA

say "DH8BQA"

hit enter

the wave file says

"Five Nine Five"

...I think it's at this very moment the cursor SHOULD advance, and the 2 F keys turn turquoise and once I get

Olli's report, I can hit enter and save/log the QSO, play the thank you message and move on.

HOWEVER, the cursor just sat at the end of the callsign and never moved, even though the wav file played in all cases.

I was 100w, no RFI and no packet, so was not a "cluster glut". Windows 7 laptop, latest windows updates and very little programs running.  Bare minimum.

I did have DXAtlas running in the background for the greyline, but no other programs running except SO2R box related stuff for the YCCC SO2R* box. (which ramn like a top!)

Latest MCP and country lists.

Ideas?


Program ran very smooth. No stuttering and it was overall a wonderful experience with my new toy (SO2R) and learning ESM.


Thanks for any insights with what I might be doing.


Mike VE9AA


Re: Spot all S&P

Bostjan Voncina
 

great idea..i totaly support this. this will eliminate some user problems seen on bandmaps around the world.
bostjan s55o

Dne 27. okt. 2015 15:05 je "'Dave Hachadorian' k6ll.dave@... [N1MMLoggerplus]" <N1MMLoggerplus@...> napisal/-a:

 

Could Logger+ be modified such that it would not put out more
than one successive spot on the same frequency if "spot all S&P"
is enabled?

Dave Hachadorian, K6LL
Yuma, AZ

.


Re: Minor Bug in Calculation of Score

Andy k3wyc
 

Thanks Steve.  Yes, that was the explanation.  That possibility was mentioned to me by a club member and I checked my log and confirmed that I had worked FY5KE before TO2A.  The mult was properly assigned to the earlier QSO.

I came back here to say "never mind!" but you beat me to it.  Sorry for doubting the fix.

Thanks and 73,
Andy k3wyc


---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., <n2ic@...> wrote :

Per chance, did you work FY5KE on that band ?

73,
Steve, N2IC

On 10/27/2015 10:06 AM, Ed Hughes kg4w@... [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
> Andy, after you made your changes etc did you do
> "import country list from downloaded file" under tools ?
>
> Ed
> KG4W
>
>
> On 10/27/2015 9:57 AM, a.durbin@... [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
>>
>> I also updated N1MM+ and the country file and re-scored this morning.
>> My score did not change. I worked TO2A on one band only and that QSO
>> has no multipliers. I was expecting a mult since it was a new country
>> but not a new zone. TO2A Pfx is shown as FY.
>>
>> Either I'm misunderstanding something or the re-score fix did not work
>> as intended.
>>
>> 73,
>> Andy k3wyc
>>
>
>


Two updated SKCC CallHist files uploaded to N1MMLogger Plus

Jan Pieter Oelp
 

This email message is a notification to let you know that two files has been uploaded to the Files area of the N1MMLoggerPlus group.
 
CallHist_SKCC.txt
and
CallHist_SKCC_EVENT_WES_SPRINT.txt both up to SKCC #14535
 
Editor of this files: Jan Pieter Oelp PA3CLQ SKCC #2765
 
SKCC.zip include:
SKCCEVENT for K3Y Anniversary Events in january.
SKCCWES for monthly Weekend Sprintathon
SKCCSPRINT for monthly Two hour SK Sprint or monthly Two hour SK Eurosprint.
CallHist files added.
Uploaded by : Les G4OGB
 
Description : SKCC.zip Exchange is in the order RST-S RST-R SPC(SKCC Country Codes / ISO Codes) Name SKCC#
For SKCC Country Codes / SPC-List see:
You can accesss the file SKCC.zip at the URL:
 
To learn more about UDC (User Defined Contest) see:
 
Thanks, & 73, Jan Pieter Oelp, pa3clq@... PA3CLQ, SKCC #2765
 
In January QRV as "K3Y DX Operations from the Netherlands" with the Callsign PH6SKCC SKCC #5031C
QRV as CW Operator of the Dutch Old Timer Club OTC with the Callsign PI4OTC SKCC #5315
QRV as CW Operator of RAG with the Callsign PI4RAG SKCC #5624
 
www.pa3clq.nl/ about Gigantic DF-Antennas


QSOs lost on M1MM+ during DX Ped

Guy Lemieux
 

Operated pre and post contest as FS/VE2BWL. The 4 operators are using different logs on the same laptop and we change logs to our call before starting a session. This morning, SSB Q's on 17M do not show up in my log and we could not find them in the other logs.

Where do I have to look to recoup them?

Guy

VE2BWL/FS


Re: Spot all S&P

Michael Adams
 

FYI, at least twice during the phone test,  I worked two stations that were running on the same frequency. 

--
Michael Adams | mda@...


-------- Original message --------
From: "'Dave Hachadorian' k6ll.dave@... [N1MMLoggerplus]"
Date: 2015/10/27 10:05 (GMT-05:00)
To: N1MM Loggerplus
Subject: [N1MMLoggerplus] Spot all S&P

 

Could Logger+ be modified such that it would not put out more
than one successive spot on the same frequency if "spot all S&P"
is enabled?

Dave Hachadorian, K6LL
Yuma, AZ

.


Re: Spot all S&P

Dave Hachadorian
 

What I mean is accidentally spotting everyone you are working on a running frequency, if you somehow slip out of CQ mode into S&P mode.  This is with “spot all s&p QSO’s” enabled.  If no more than one station could be spotted successively on a particular frequency, I think the issue would be solved.
 
Dave Hachadorian, K6LL
Yuma, AZ

 

Sent: Tuesday, October 27, 2015 9:20 AM
Subject: RE: [N1MMLoggerplus] Spot all S&P
 
 

 
 
Dave,
 
Sri, you included that info...the spot all s&p qso program code already includes logic to inhibit respotting a duplicate  spot. It may include  a time qualifier.
 
John, K3CT
 
-------- Original message --------
From: "k3ct k3ct@... [N1MMLoggerplus]"
Date: 10/27/2015 11:49 AM (GMT-05:00)
To: N1MMLoggerplus@...
Subject: RE: [N1MMLoggerplus] Spot all S&P
 
 
Dave,
Are you talking about manual user spots or the Spot All S&P Contacts?
 
John, K3CT
 
-------- Original message --------
From: "'Dave Hachadorian' k6ll.dave@... [N1MMLoggerplus]"
Date: 10/27/2015 10:05 AM (GMT-05:00)
To: N1MM Loggerplus <N1MMLoggerplus@...>
Subject: [N1MMLoggerplus] Spot all S&P
 
 

Could Logger+ be modified such that it would not put out more
than one successive spot on the same frequency if "spot all S&P"
is enabled?

Dave Hachadorian, K6LL
Yuma, AZ

.


Re: Minor Bug in Calculation of Score

Steve London
 

Per chance, did you work FY5KE on that band ?

73,
Steve, N2IC

On 10/27/2015 10:06 AM, Ed Hughes kg4w@comcast.net [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
Andy, after you made your changes etc did you do
"import country list from downloaded file" under tools ?

Ed
KG4W


On 10/27/2015 9:57 AM, a.durbin@msn.com [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:

I also updated N1MM+ and the country file and re-scored this morning.
My score did not change. I worked TO2A on one band only and that QSO
has no multipliers. I was expecting a mult since it was a new country
but not a new zone. TO2A Pfx is shown as FY.

Either I'm misunderstanding something or the re-score fix did not work
as intended.

73,
Andy k3wyc


Re: Spot all S&P

John Bednar
 



Dave,

Sri, you included that info...the spot all s&p qso program code already includes logic to inhibit respotting a duplicate  spot. It may include  a time qualifier.

John, K3CT 

-------- Original message --------
From: "k3ct k3ct@... [N1MMLoggerplus]" <N1MMLoggerplus@...>
Date: 10/27/2015 11:49 AM (GMT-05:00)
To: N1MMLoggerplus@...
Subject: RE: [N1MMLoggerplus] Spot all S&P

 

Dave,
Are you talking about manual user spots or the Spot All S&P Contacts?

John, K3CT 

-------- Original message --------
From: "'Dave Hachadorian' k6ll.dave@... [N1MMLoggerplus]" <N1MMLoggerplus@...>
Date: 10/27/2015 10:05 AM (GMT-05:00)
To: N1MM Loggerplus <N1MMLoggerplus@...>
Subject: [N1MMLoggerplus] Spot all S&P

 

Could Logger+ be modified such that it would not put out more
than one successive spot on the same frequency if "spot all S&P"
is enabled?

Dave Hachadorian, K6LL
Yuma, AZ

.