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Yahoo N1MM+ reflector not passing messages?

Larry K8UT
 

No posting to the group since Monday. Very unusual for this group. Is it busticated?


-larry (K8UT)


Test message

Tom - N1MM
 

Tom - N1MM


CTY-2713 Country Files - 22 November 2017

Jim Reisert AD1C
 

The Country (CTY) Files were updated on 22 November 2017:

http://www.country-files.com/cty-2713-22-november-2017/

For installation instructions, start at:

http://www.country-files.com/

Hover your mouse over the word Contest in the menu, then select the
software you are using.

To install the file, follow the link to your software at the top of the page.

If you are interested in a bigger CTY.DAT for everyday logging, you can get
it here:

http://www.country-files.com/big-cty-22-november-2017/

Note that the release notes (and Version Entity) for this larger file are
different than what is shown below. There is a separate link to them.

Here are the release notes:

22 November 2017 (CTY-2713)
VER20171122, Version entity is Portugal, CT

Added/changed Entities/Prefixes/Callsigns:

* 4U2U is Vienna Intl Ctr, *4U1V
* GB2ELH is Shetland Islands, *GM/s
* IT9CKA/CA is Sicily, *IT9
* JW2US is Bear Island, *JW/b
* 3V8CB/J is Tunisia, 3V
* 9H9PSG/J is Malta, 9H
* 9M4SJSD is East Malaysia, 9M6
* A61FK/FD, A61Q/FD and A65DC/FD are all United Arab Emirates, A6
* BD7MQ/9 is China, BY
* VP8ADE is Antarctica, CE9 in ITU zone 73
* TO2E is Guadeloupe, FG
* TO5W is Martinique, FM
* GB2GU is Guernsey, GU
* 4U24OCT, I2AZ/CA, I6HWD/CA, IK2SOE/CA, IQ6VP/J, IQ7ML/J and IZ4AIH/J
are all Italy, I
* II0M is Sardinia, IS
* W4II is in ITU zone 7, not ITU zone 8
* AL7RF is United States, K in CQ zone 3, ITU zone 6
* K7VU, K8FU, KI6QDH, N7BD and WN7Y are all United States, K in CQ zone 4, ITU zone 7
* K4LPQ, K4WLG, KD0EE, N4JRG and W4JUU are all United States, K in CQ zone 4, ITU zone 8
* AB8RL, KS0CW and W0NA are all United States, K in CQ zone 5, ITU zone 8
* AH0A, KB3SEV, KB7DDX, KC2HL, KC9SBG, KE7PIZ, KJ4BHO, N2KLQ, W3ZRT
and W7EHP are all Hawaii, KH6
* AD0ZL, KA2ZSD, KC0TK and NJ7H are all Alaska, KL
* KC1IHB is Puerto Rico, KP4
* LU1AET/D, LU1BCE/D, LU1FMC/F, LU1GQQ/GP, LU1JCE/J, LU1JMV/J, LU1JN/J,
LU1JP/J, LU1SF/S, LU2AAS/D, LU2AMM/D, LU2CDE/D, LU2DRT/D, LU2DT/D, LU2EE/D,
LU2EGA/D, LU2EIT/D, LU2FGD/F, LU2FNH/D, LU2JCI/J, LU2JNV/J, LU2LDB/L, LU3CRA/D,
LU3CT/D, LU3DK/D, LU3DPH/D, LU3DY/D, LU3DYN/D, LU3EBS/D, LU3ELR/D, LU3ESY/D,
LU3JVO/J, LU4AAO/D, LU4CMF/D, LU4DLN/D, LU4DQ/D, LU4GF/GA, LU4JEA/J, LU4JLX/J,
LU4LMA/L, LU5BDS/D, LU5DA/D, LU5DDH/D, LU5DLH/D, LU5JAH/D, LU5JB/J, LU5JCL/J,
LU5JIB/D, LU5JLX/J, LU5LAE/L, LU5UEA/U, LU5UFM/U, LU6DAX/D, LU6DIE/D, LU6EEG/D,
LU6EPE/D, LU6FE/F, LU6JRA/J, LU6UBM/U, LU6UO/U, LU7DAC/D, LU7DAF/D, LU7DHG/D,
LU7DLN/D, LU7DNM/D, LU7EO/D, LU7HCS/H, LU7JRM/J, LU8EHV/D, LU8EMC/D, LU8JOP/J,
LU8LFV/L, LU9DAD/D, LU9DKO/D, LU9EI/D, LU9EJM/D, LU9EZX/D, LU9GRE/GP, LU9JMG/J,
LU9JPR/J, LU9LZZ/L, LW1ECE/D, LW1ECO/D, LW2DJM/D, LW2DSM/D, LW2DYA/D, LW2EQS/D,
LW2EUA/D, LW3DAB/D, LW3DC/D, LW3DED/D, LW3DGC/D, LW3DN/D, LW3DTD/D, LW4ERO/D,
LW5DR/D, LW7DGT/D, LW7EDH/D, LW7EOJ/D, LW8DMC/D, LW9DRD/D and LW9DTQ/D
are all Argentina, LU
* LU1VPH/V, LU1YY/Y, LU2VA/Y, LU2VCR/V, LU3VE/V, LU3XAP/XA, LU4XEG/XA,
LU5VIE/V, LU6DO/V, LU6VEK/W, LU8BV/V, LU8VCC/V, LU8XBS/XA and LUVES/V
are all Argentina, LU in ITU zone 16
* 4U2U is Austria, OE
* OK1KCR/J is Czech Republic, OK
* PA1FJ/J, PA4WK/J, PA6HYG/J, PA6JAM/J, PA6RCG/J, PA6SJS/J, PD1JSH/J,
PE18KA/J, PH50GFB/J, PH6BB/J and PI4CQ/J are all Netherlands, PA
* SV2CLJ/J, SV2JAO/J, SV2KBB/J and SZ2TSL/J are all Greece, SV
* R200SB, R8FF/3, R9JO/6, RT9K/6/P and RZ5D/4 are all European Russia, UA
* R9SAO/1 is European Russia, UA in ITU zone 20
* R8MB/1 is European Russia, UA in CQ zone 17, ITU zone 20
* UA0ZDY/9 is Asiatic Russia, UA9
* R3CG/8 and RK6YM/8 are both Asiatic Russia, UA9 in ITU zone 20
* R0LY/9 and RZ5D/9 are both Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 18, ITU zone 31
* R9PS/9 is Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 18, ITU zone 32
* RT0Q is Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 19, ITU zone 23
* RV3DSA/0 is Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 19, ITU zone 34
* VK9AR/6 is Australia, VK in CQ zone 29, ITU zone 58
* VK9FISH is Cocos (Keeling) Islands, VK9C
* YU1BBA/J is Serbia, YU

Removed Entities/Prefixes/Callsigns:

* JW9JKA in Bear Island, *JW/b
* A61EI/ARS, A61FJ/ARS and A61Q/ARS in United Arab Emirates, A6
* EA9PD/7 and EA9PD/P in Spain, EA
* EA2TW/8 in Canary Islands, EA8
* TX5EG in French Polynesia, FO
* GB2DMR in Northern Ireland, GI
* GB0SAA, GB0WRH, GB2KDR, GB2RDR, GB2SAA and GB5TAM in Scotland, GM
* GB0WHH, GB0WHR, GB1PCA, GB1SPN, GB1WAA, GB2CR, GB2WAA, GB4OST, GB6CRA
and GB6CRI in Wales, GW
* 7Z1AL/ND in Saudi Arabia, HZ
* IZ1CLA/N in Italy, I
* IQ0AG/P in Sardinia, IS
* AC8Y, AI0M, K0NW, KC8GCR, N3XRU, N4VN and W2UP in United States, K
* N8CS in Mariana Islands, KH0
* AC7LR, AJ0M, KC0WQU, KC6SWR, KI6EFY, N6I and NH2KH in Hawaii, KH6
* AH0AH, KE7FNC, W7JMR and WA7B in Alaska, KL
* KM4VDZ and N4D in Puerto Rico, KP4
* LU2AFE/D, LU3HPW/H, LU6HBB/Q, LU7AA/U and LW3EMP/L in Argentina, LU
* OF100FI/0 in Aland Islands, OH0
* R10OKA, R20CFO, R20MSK, R20NNG, R20PFO, R20PRM, R20RND, R20SAM, R20SPB,
R20SZO, R20VLG, R20VRN, R20YFO, R73QRQ, R870B, R8AEU/6, R8MB/1/P, R9MJ/6,
R9XAK/1/P, RC20AA, RC20CW, RC20FM, RC20HZ, RC20NN, RC20NZ, RC20RF, RC20RT,
RC20RZ, RC20UU, RK20CC, RN20CC, RN9N/6, RO80RO, RT9T/6, RU20CC, RX3XX/N,
UA0AD/3, UA0ZL/6, UA9CGL/3, UA9JPX/6, UB5O/1 and UE80AR in European Russia, UA
* UB5O/2 in Kaliningrad, UA2
* R20DFO, R20EKB, R20KRK, R20NSK, R20UFA, R20UFO, R8XW/0, R9LY/4, RA/UR8IF,
RC20AB, RC20AC, RC20CD, RC20MX, RC20OB, RC20QA, RC20QC, RC20QF, RC20TT,
RM20CC, UA0QQO/9/P, UB5O/0, UB5O/4, UB5O/8, UB5O/9, UE70AAA and UE80IR
in Asiatic Russia, UA9
* VA2RC and W4TMO/VE2 in Canada, VE
* VK3DP/6, VK6AV/4, VK6MB/5 and VK6YB/2 in Australia, VK

73 - Jim AD1C

--
Jim Reisert AD1C, <jjreisert at alum.mit.edu>, http://www.ad1c.us


Logging Error in CQWWSSB

Joe WB9SBD
 

I just realized, when we ran CQWWSSB a few weeks ago, when we did it
at a friends house, he had the log all set and ready to roll.  We ran
the contest and when it was all done generated the Cabrillo and ADIF
files, to send to the contest sponsors, and import to the main log.

BUT..... While everything we sent over the air was correct, he forgot to
change databases, and all the contacts were logged as his stations call,
not the call we actually used.

In the Cabrillo file, that was easy to fix, a simple find & replace.
Take his call out and insert the right one. Like I said all RF wise was
fine just wrong database.

But the ADIF file,,,, what would be the easiest way to fix that so we
can put all these contacts into the stations log correctly?

Joe WB9SBD


Telnet trouble

Bob Kupps
 

Hi I got a message that I was forcibly disconnected from a telnet node and ever since I cannot seem to connect to any node. Either the attempt fails or I get an error message..Internet connection is OK. Any suggestions?


Thanks Bob HS0ZIA


DX Heat

George VA2EBI
 

What is the telnet address for DX Heat?  I can't seem to find it on their website.  I took a guess at "dxc.dxheat.com" and N1MM showed an IP address, but the connection failed.

George W1EBI



Re: Won't start

Tim Vandagriff
 

I tried turning off all the Antimalware programs..., uninstalled and reintalled...same problem....does not create the N1MM Logger.ini file....(I made sure I could see hidden files)....I could create my own ini file if I knew what to put in it...
When I run it....nothing happens...
Thanks,
Tim
wa5yom.


Re: Won't start

Tim Vandagriff
 

I realize that uninstalling and re-installing is just creating the same problem...just though maybe I did something wrong.....I can check to see if it is hidden...but the rotor.ini file is there...so it seems that if that was the problem..I  would not see the rotor.ini...I will look.....I considered anti-malware,,,,and made sure "realtime" checking was not on.....

DOesn't mean that is not the problem....just that I considered it...I will take a look again..

Thnaks
Tim
wa5yom


Re: Won't start

Tim Vandagriff
 

Yes..I ran the complete install...then the update.., I let it install in the default (I did not interrupt the install, so it did it's own thing.).I tried running as administrator....when I click on the icon...nothing happens....
It never creates a N1mm logger.ini file...

I have no clue.....I have done this over and over again.....

Thanks,
Tim
wa5yom


Re: Sweepstakes prefill - history file - entry window - ARRL Sweepstakes Contest

John Bednar
 

Barry,

I suspect that you did not follow the manual instructions for SS.

- Don't use the {EXCH} macro in the function key message.

- Enter the serial # and precedence without a space between the elements. Example: 23B


Other QSO entry items mentioned in the manual:

- Enter corrections to the QSO on the end of the entry line. This includes the callsign. You don’t need to remove or correct any prior text. The exchange can be entered in any order and have repeated elements.

- When you type the CK & Section you can enter it without a space.


John, K3CT



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Cc: Bill Keane
Subject: [N1MMLoggerplus] Re: Sweepstakes prefill - history file - entry window - ARRL Sweepstakes Contest


and more discussion is always helpful, we just realized that the Ck is always 2 digits but the serial number can be 1, 2, 3, 4, etc digtits so more than 2 digits everything seem to works.

So a prefill in conjunction with a Serial # of 1 or 2 digits doesn't translate correctly, where as a serial number of 3 digits or translates correctly.

We think this is significant to the contest community. The moral to the story, if you know how the behavior of how the software works, then you can do a work around.

73, K6ST & WB6CZG



Barry K6ST
https://twitter.com/barrybettman
http://www.linkedin.com/in/barrybettman


On Sun, Nov 19, 2017 at 10:25 PM, K6ST Barry Bettman <k6st@arrl.net> wrote:
Hi N1MM+ Users,

I just got done with Arrl sweepstakes phone contest and noticed an interesting behavior in N1MM+ latest version 1.0.6903.0

Above the entry window it says: Nr Prec Ck Section

I had the prefill / history file enabled so when I entered a call sign like WB6CZG in the entry window and pressed the space bar the prefill would put 71 SV in the entry window and the above would show 0 WB6CZG 71 SV

Then when he sends me the serial 44 and Prec Q I would type 44 q after the prefill of 71 SV so the entry window shows 71 SV 44 Q, but the line above shows 71 Q WB6CZG 44 SV which is incorrect. So N1MM+ puts in the log as 71 Q WB6CZG 44 SV instead the actual 44 q wb6czg 71 SV

In retrospect, to have the order of the information in the entry window using prefill / history file, I would type in his callsign WB6CZG and 71 SV comes up in the entry window, then I need to press Home key to move the cursor to the full left side of the entry window and then enter the Serial number and Prec before the prefill of Check & Section so it would say 44 Q 71 SV

Interesting that some other contest logging software uses separate fields for each of the individual pieces of the exchange: Serial# Prec Call Ck Sect
so this method maintains the integrity of each piece of the exchange, because it forces you to put correct information for each field.

Due to my thinking that the entry window would auto adjust that it would correct 71 SV 44 Q actually 44 Q 71 SV, but in fact did not, so now I will manually adjust my log to swap the Serial Number with the Year so my log is correct as I resubmit for the ARRL SSphone contest robot. Thanks to Bill WB6CZG for discussing this with me. Too bad I didn't realize this on SS CW on the contest 2 week ago as when I submitted my log, since there was 5 day window log submission.

Question: Anybody else run in to this?

73,

Barry K6ST




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Re: Possible Bug: Sweepstakes summary two 21mhz enteries

John Bednar
 

The program likely gave you a warning when you tried to log the problem QSO with a mode that did not match the contest setup window Mode category.

John, K3CT


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Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerplus] Possible Bug: Sweepstakes summary two 21mhz enteries


Right-click on the Log window top panel.

Choose "Show Mode"

Find the QSO made in CW. Sorting the column by clicking on the header
will make that easier.

Fix the first entry.

Tom - N1MM

On 11/19/2017 11:55 PM, K6ST Barry Bettman k6st@arrl.net
[N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
N1MM+ Support,

N1mm+ version 1.0.6902.3
Very strange from Sweepstakes Phone Summary with two 21mhz entries


Band QSOs Pts Sec Pt/Q
7 29 58 12 2.0
14 61 122 30 2.0
21 1 0 1 0.0
21 12 24 5 2.0
Total 103 204 48 2.0
Score: 9,792
1 Mult = 2.1 Q's


I inspected my actual log entries and there are 13 qsos on 21 mhz,
however the summary above show one summary line for 1 qso of zero
points and other summary line for 12 qsos. The total of 103 qso
deosn't add up to 9792 points, rather 102 qso's add up to the total.





73,

Barry K6ST
https://twitter.com/barrybettman
http://www.linkedin.com/in/barrybettman


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Re: Possible Bug: Sweepstakes summary two 21mhz enteries

Tom - N1MM
 

Right-click on the Log window top panel.

Choose "Show Mode"

Find the QSO made in CW.  Sorting the column by clicking on the header will make that easier.

Fix the first entry.

Tom - N1MM

On 11/19/2017 11:55 PM, K6ST Barry Bettman k6st@arrl.net [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
N1MM+ Support,

N1mm+ version 1.0.6902.3
Very strange from Sweepstakes Phone Summary with  two 21mhz entries


 Band     QSOs     Pts  Sec  Pt/Q
     7      29      58   12   2.0
    14      61     122   30   2.0
    21       1       0    1   0.0
    21      12      24    5   2.0
 Total     103     204   48   2.0
Score: 9,792
1 Mult = 2.1 Q's


I inspected my actual log entries and there are 13 qsos on 21 mhz, however the summary above show one summary line for 1 qso of zero points and other summary line for 12 qsos.  The total of 103 qso deosn't add up to 9792 points, rather 102 qso's add up to the total.





73,

Barry K6ST
https://twitter.com/barrybettman
http://www.linkedin.com/in/barrybettman


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Re: Sweepstakes prefill - history file - entry window - ARRL Sweepstakes Contest

Barry Bettman
 

and more discussion is always helpful, we just realized that  the Ck is always 2 digits but the serial number can be 1, 2, 3, 4, etc digtits  so more than 2 digits everything seem to works.

So a prefill in conjunction with a Serial # of 1 or 2 digits doesn't translate correctly, where as a serial number of 3 digits or translates correctly.

We think this is significant to the contest community. The moral to the story, if you know how the behavior of how the software works, then you can do a work around.

73, K6ST & WB6CZG

On Sun, Nov 19, 2017 at 10:25 PM, K6ST Barry Bettman <k6st@...> wrote:
Hi N1MM+ Users,

I just got done with Arrl sweepstakes phone contest and  noticed an interesting behavior in N1MM+ latest version 1.0.6903.0

Above the entry window it says: Nr Prec Ck Section

I had the prefill / history file enabled so when I entered a call sign like WB6CZG in the entry window and pressed the space bar the prefill  would put    71 SV  in the entry window and the above would show 0 WB6CZG 71 SV

Then when he sends me the serial  44  and Prec Q I would type 44 q after the prefill of  71 SV so the entry window shows 71 SV 44 Q, but the line above shows 71 Q WB6CZG 44 SV which is incorrect.  So N1MM+ puts in the log as  71 Q WB6CZG 44 SV instead the actual 44 q wb6czg 71 SV 

In retrospect, to have the order of the information in the entry window  using prefill / history  file, I would type in his callsign  WB6CZG and 71 SV comes up in the entry window, then I need to press Home key to  move the cursor to the full left side of the entry window and then enter the Serial number and Prec before the prefill of Check & Section so it would say 44 Q 71 SV

Interesting that some other contest logging software uses separate fields for each of the individual pieces of the exchange: Serial#  Prec Call Ck Sect
so this method maintains the integrity of each piece of the exchange, because it forces you to put correct information for each field.

Due to my thinking that the entry window would auto adjust that it would correct 71 SV 44 Q actually 44 Q 71 SV, but in fact did not, so now I will manually adjust my log to swap the  Serial Number with the Year so my log is correct as I resubmit for the ARRL SSphone contest robot. Thanks to Bill WB6CZG for discussing this with me.  Too bad I didn't realize this on SS CW on the contest 2 week ago as when I submitted my log, since there was 5 day window log submission.

Question:  Anybody else run in to this?

73,

Barry K6ST



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Sweepstakes prefill - history file - entry window - ARRL Sweepstakes Contest

Barry Bettman
 

Hi N1MM+ Users,

I just got done with Arrl sweepstakes phone contest and  noticed an interesting behavior in N1MM+ latest version 1.0.6903.0

Above the entry window it says: Nr Prec Ck Section

I had the prefill / history file enabled so when I entered a call sign like WB6CZG in the entry window and pressed the space bar the prefill  would put    71 SV  in the entry window and the above would show 0 WB6CZG 71 SV

Then when he sends me the serial  44  and Prec Q I would type 44 q after the prefill of  71 SV so the entry window shows 71 SV 44 Q, but the line above shows 71 Q WB6CZG 44 SV which is incorrect.  So N1MM+ puts in the log as  71 Q WB6CZG 44 SV instead the actual 44 q wb6czg 71 SV 

In retrospect, to have the order of the information in the entry window  using prefill / history  file, I would type in his callsign  WB6CZG and 71 SV comes up in the entry window, then I need to press Home key to  move the cursor to the full left side of the entry window and then enter the Serial number and Prec before the prefill of Check & Section so it would say 44 Q 71 SV

Interesting that some other contest logging software uses separate fields for each of the individual pieces of the exchange: Serial#  Prec Call Ck Sect
so this method maintains the integrity of each piece of the exchange, because it forces you to put correct information for each field.

Due to my thinking that the entry window would auto adjust that it would correct 71 SV 44 Q actually 44 Q 71 SV, but in fact did not, so now I will manually adjust my log to swap the  Serial Number with the Year so my log is correct as I resubmit for the ARRL SSphone contest robot. Thanks to Bill WB6CZG for discussing this with me.  Too bad I didn't realize this on SS CW on the contest 2 week ago as when I submitted my log, since there was 5 day window log submission.

Question:  Anybody else run in to this?

73,

Barry K6ST



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Re: Possible Bug: Sweepstakes summary two 21mhz enteries

Tom Osborne
 

Look at  your log.  One of them somehow got entered as a CW contact  73
Tom W7WHY



On Sun, Nov 19, 2017 at 8:55 PM, K6ST Barry Bettman k6st@... [N1MMLoggerplus] <N1MMLoggerplus@...> wrote:
 

N1MM+ Support,

N1mm+ version 1.0.6902.3
Very strange from Sweepstakes Phone Summary with  two 21mhz entries


 Band     QSOs     Pts  Sec  Pt/Q
     7      29      58   12   2.0
    14      61     122   30   2.0
    21       1       0    1   0.0
    21      12      24    5   2.0
 Total     103     204   48   2.0
Score: 9,792
1 Mult = 2.1 Q's


I inspected my actual log entries and there are 13 qsos on 21 mhz, however the summary above show one summary line for 1 qso of zero points and other summary line for 12 qsos.  The total of 103 qso deosn't add up to 9792 points, rather 102 qso's add up to the total.






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Re: Possible Bug: Sweepstakes summary two 21mhz enteries

Rick Ellison
 

Check your log one qso is logged on the wrong mode..

 

73 Rick N2AMG

 

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Sent: Sunday, November 19, 2017 11:56 PM
To: N1MMLoggerplus@...
Subject: [N1MMLoggerplus] Possible Bug: Sweepstakes summary two 21mhz enteries

 

 

N1MM+ Support,

 

N1mm+ version 1.0.6902.3

Very strange from Sweepstakes Phone Summary with  two 21mhz entries

 

 

 Band     QSOs     Pts  Sec  Pt/Q

     7      29      58   12   2.0

    14      61     122   30   2.0

    21       1       0    1   0.0

    21      12      24    5   2.0

 Total     103     204   48   2.0

Score: 9,792

1 Mult = 2.1 Q's

 

 

I inspected my actual log entries and there are 13 qsos on 21 mhz, however the summary above show one summary line for 1 qso of zero points and other summary line for 12 qsos.  The total of 103 qso deosn't add up to 9792 points, rather 102 qso's add up to the total.

 

 

 

 


 

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Possible Bug: Sweepstakes summary two 21mhz enteries

Barry Bettman
 

N1MM+ Support,

N1mm+ version 1.0.6902.3
Very strange from Sweepstakes Phone Summary with  two 21mhz entries


 Band     QSOs     Pts  Sec  Pt/Q
     7      29      58   12   2.0
    14      61     122   30   2.0
    21       1       0    1   0.0
    21      12      24    5   2.0
 Total     103     204   48   2.0
Score: 9,792
1 Mult = 2.1 Q's


I inspected my actual log entries and there are 13 qsos on 21 mhz, however the summary above show one summary line for 1 qso of zero points and other summary line for 12 qsos.  The total of 103 qso deosn't add up to 9792 points, rather 102 qso's add up to the total.






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Re: N1MM Digital Interface - Fldigi

Kevin Utzy
 

Thanks Rich, I will check everything next time I am at my station.  This was the kind of explanation I personally wanted.

73,
Kevin
KX4KU


On 19-Nov-17 10:59 PM, ve3iay@... [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
 

The sound card that fldigi uses must be configured inside fldigi, and in particular, inside the copy of fldigi you are running from within N1MM+ - i.e. you have to be running N1MM+ with the DI window open and fldigi selected as the digital engine when you configure the sound card in fldigi .


When you are using fldigi as the digital engine, the copy of fldigi that you are using from inside N1MM+ must not have rig control configured. N1MM+ handles all rig control in this configuration, while fldigi handles only the audio.

If you are using a SignaLink, you must configure fldigi's sound card setup to use the SignLink as its sound card. This may be the same sound card that N1MM+ uses for digital voice keying in phone modes, or different - doesn't matter - what matters is that the sound card that is physically connected to the radio's audio input must be the sound card that you configure in the program that is producing the audio. In the case of digital modes, that is the digital engine. N1MM+ always handles rig control, and it handles the sound card for digital voice keying in phone modes, but the digital engine handles all audio processing in digital modes.

If you are hearing digital sounds from your computer speaker, the digital engine is configured to use the wrong sound card.

Note that sound card settings in Windows are never permanent  - Windows can re-enumerate sound cards at inconvenient times, resulting in problems with operations using sound cards. The first thing to try whenever this happens is to examine the sound card setup in the affected program, as it is possible that Windows has changed sound card assignments and left your digital program pointing to the wrong sound card.

The second thing to check is level settings. Windows may have changed the level settings in the sound card, particularly if, as a result of a re-enumeration, it has changed its default sound device to use the sound card you want to use for digital modes. Your digital mode sound card should not be the Windows default sound device or default communications device - if Windows has changed its default to your digital mode sound card, you should change the default back to the motherboard sound card.

73,
Rich VE3KI



---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., wrote :

Rick,
I did all off that.  I read the instructions carefully.  In my case, is seems to work, but when it transmits via the SignaLink, the SignaLink enables the PTT, but no sigs come out.  I guess in my particular case it would be helpful to know which program is really controlling the actual audio stream.  N1MM has a couple of places for audio devices as well as the N1MM copy of FLDigi.  I may not have the same issue as the OP, but which program is producing the audio that actually matters?  Is it the Fldigi soundcard parameters?  Or is having them both pointing to the SignaLink sound card creating a conflict?  Hope that makes sense.  I have used the integrated MMVARI with N1MM with success.  Personal preference is FLdigi interface because I like that one better and use that when not contesting. 
73,
Kevin
KX4KU


On 19-Nov-17 10:01 PM, 'Rick Ellison' rellison@... [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
 

When N1MM loads Fldigi it creates a whole new Fldigi file system in the directory where Fldigi is loaded from. This allows for multiple copies of Fldigi to run. Each Fldigi instance has its own Fldigi file system. So any settings you have in Fldigi when in stand-alone mode goes out the window. What you need to do is make a copy from your Fldigi.files directory into the file system folders that Fldigi created when it loaded the first time In N1MM. You also need to make 2 changes one is disable RigCAT or whatever rig control you are using and setup rig control in N1MM. The second thing you need to do is open Fldigi’s setup and on the Rig Setup tab click on the XMLRPC tab and place a checkmark in that checkbox on that tab. Now N1MM will control the radio and your other settings including PTT will be copied from your working Fldigi directories..

 

73 Rick N2AMG

 

From: N1MMLoggerplus@... [mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...]
Sent: Sunday, November 19, 2017 9:37 PM
To: N1MMLoggerplus@...
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerplus] N1MM Digital Interface - Fldigi [1 Attachment]

 

 

[Attachment(s) from Kevin Utzy included below]

Finally, somebody else has this problem, I thought I was doing something wrong.  Same issue.  My setup is a TS-2000 with a SignaLink interface.

73,
Kevin
KX4KU

 

On 19-Nov-17 9:31 PM, Steve - KM4SLW km4slw@... [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:

 

I have Fldigi setup and working fine on my PC.  When I use the digital Fldigi interface in N1MM I cannot transmit. 
The software is keying the rig, but sound is coming out my computer speakers.
When I click on any of my defined macros the only thing that displays in the fldigi interface is "^R"

Rig is an Icom IC-7300.  Fldigi is using the IC-7300.xml file and RigCat to my com7 which is the rig's USB.

Tnx, Steve, KM4SLW


 




Re: N1MM Digital Interface - Fldigi

ve3ki
 

The sound card that fldigi uses must be configured inside fldigi, and in particular, inside the copy of fldigi you are running from within N1MM+ - i.e. you have to be running N1MM+ with the DI window open and fldigi selected as the digital engine when you configure the sound card in fldigi .

When you are using fldigi as the digital engine, the copy of fldigi that you are using from inside N1MM+ must not have rig control configured. N1MM+ handles all rig control in this configuration, while fldigi handles only the audio.

If you are using a SignaLink, you must configure fldigi's sound card setup to use the SignLink as its sound card. This may be the same sound card that N1MM+ uses for digital voice keying in phone modes, or different - doesn't matter - what matters is that the sound card that is physically connected to the radio's audio input must be the sound card that you configure in the program that is producing the audio. In the case of digital modes, that is the digital engine. N1MM+ always handles rig control, and it handles the sound card for digital voice keying in phone modes, but the digital engine handles all audio processing in digital modes.

If you are hearing digital sounds from your computer speaker, the digital engine is configured to use the wrong sound card.

Note that sound card settings in Windows are never permanent  - Windows can re-enumerate sound cards at inconvenient times, resulting in problems with operations using sound cards. The first thing to try whenever this happens is to examine the sound card setup in the affected program, as it is possible that Windows has changed sound card assignments and left your digital program pointing to the wrong sound card.

The second thing to check is level settings. Windows may have changed the level settings in the sound card, particularly if, as a result of a re-enumeration, it has changed its default sound device to use the sound card you want to use for digital modes. Your digital mode sound card should not be the Windows default sound device or default communications device - if Windows has changed its default to your digital mode sound card, you should change the default back to the motherboard sound card.

73,
Rich VE3KI



---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., <krutzy62@...> wrote :

Rick,
I did all off that.  I read the instructions carefully.  In my case, is seems to work, but when it transmits via the SignaLink, the SignaLink enables the PTT, but no sigs come out.  I guess in my particular case it would be helpful to know which program is really controlling the actual audio stream.  N1MM has a couple of places for audio devices as well as the N1MM copy of FLDigi.  I may not have the same issue as the OP, but which program is producing the audio that actually matters?  Is it the Fldigi soundcard parameters?  Or is having them both pointing to the SignaLink sound card creating a conflict?  Hope that makes sense.  I have used the integrated MMVARI with N1MM with success.  Personal preference is FLdigi interface because I like that one better and use that when not contesting. 
73,
Kevin
KX4KU


On 19-Nov-17 10:01 PM, 'Rick Ellison' rellison@... [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
 

When N1MM loads Fldigi it creates a whole new Fldigi file system in the directory where Fldigi is loaded from. This allows for multiple copies of Fldigi to run. Each Fldigi instance has its own Fldigi file system. So any settings you have in Fldigi when in stand-alone mode goes out the window. What you need to do is make a copy from your Fldigi.files directory into the file system folders that Fldigi created when it loaded the first time In N1MM. You also need to make 2 changes one is disable RigCAT or whatever rig control you are using and setup rig control in N1MM. The second thing you need to do is open Fldigi’s setup and on the Rig Setup tab click on the XMLRPC tab and place a checkmark in that checkbox on that tab. Now N1MM will control the radio and your other settings including PTT will be copied from your working Fldigi directories..

 

73 Rick N2AMG

 

From: N1MMLoggerplus@... [mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...]
Sent: Sunday, November 19, 2017 9:37 PM
To: N1MMLoggerplus@...
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerplus] N1MM Digital Interface - Fldigi [1 Attachment]

 

 

[Attachment(s) from Kevin Utzy included below]

Finally, somebody else has this problem, I thought I was doing something wrong.  Same issue.  My setup is a TS-2000 with a SignaLink interface.

73,
Kevin
KX4KU

 

On 19-Nov-17 9:31 PM, Steve - KM4SLW km4slw@... [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:

 

I have Fldigi setup and working fine on my PC.  When I use the digital Fldigi interface in N1MM I cannot transmit. 
The software is keying the rig, but sound is coming out my computer speakers.
When I click on any of my defined macros the only thing that displays in the fldigi interface is "^R"

Rig is an Icom IC-7300.  Fldigi is using the IC-7300.xml file and RigCat to my com7 which is the rig's USB.

Tnx, Steve, KM4SLW


 



Re: N1MM Digital Interface - Fldigi

Kevin Utzy
 

Rick,
I did all off that.  I read the instructions carefully.  In my case, is seems to work, but when it transmits via the SignaLink, the SignaLink enables the PTT, but no sigs come out.  I guess in my particular case it would be helpful to know which program is really controlling the actual audio stream.  N1MM has a couple of places for audio devices as well as the N1MM copy of FLDigi.  I may not have the same issue as the OP, but which program is producing the audio that actually matters?  Is it the Fldigi soundcard parameters?  Or is having them both pointing to the SignaLink sound card creating a conflict?  Hope that makes sense.  I have used the integrated MMVARI with N1MM with success.  Personal preference is FLdigi interface because I like that one better and use that when not contesting. 
73,
Kevin
KX4KU


On 19-Nov-17 10:01 PM, 'Rick Ellison' rellison@... [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
 

When N1MM loads Fldigi it creates a whole new Fldigi file system in the directory where Fldigi is loaded from. This allows for multiple copies of Fldigi to run. Each Fldigi instance has its own Fldigi file system. So any settings you have in Fldigi when in stand-alone mode goes out the window. What you need to do is make a copy from your Fldigi.files directory into the file system folders that Fldigi created when it loaded the first time In N1MM. You also need to make 2 changes one is disable RigCAT or whatever rig control you are using and setup rig control in N1MM. The second thing you need to do is open Fldigi’s setup and on the Rig Setup tab click on the XMLRPC tab and place a checkmark in that checkbox on that tab. Now N1MM will control the radio and your other settings including PTT will be copied from your working Fldigi directories..

 

73 Rick N2AMG

 

From: N1MMLoggerplus@... [mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...]
Sent: Sunday, November 19, 2017 9:37 PM
To: N1MMLoggerplus@...
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerplus] N1MM Digital Interface - Fldigi [1 Attachment]

 

 

[Attachment(s) from Kevin Utzy included below]

Finally, somebody else has this problem, I thought I was doing something wrong.  Same issue.  My setup is a TS-2000 with a SignaLink interface.

73,
Kevin
KX4KU

 

On 19-Nov-17 9:31 PM, Steve - KM4SLW km4slw@... [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:

 

I have Fldigi setup and working fine on my PC.  When I use the digital Fldigi interface in N1MM I cannot transmit. 
The software is keying the rig, but sound is coming out my computer speakers.
When I click on any of my defined macros the only thing that displays in the fldigi interface is "^R"

Rig is an Icom IC-7300.  Fldigi is using the IC-7300.xml file and RigCat to my com7 which is the rig's USB.

Tnx, Steve, KM4SLW