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Bug in talk window

Rag LB-Three-RE Stein-Roar
 

Hello

During IARU HF champ we had bug!!!

While sending Talk message while Auto CQ

The talk message jumped into allready logged Callsign


So we dont know why this happen, but few callsign got broken of this...

Talk should had a «send» talk button... and not interrupt the logbook!!

Best Regards,
Stein-Roar Brobakken
@LB3RE
LB3RE K3RAG
Skype: lb3re.rag

Re: Cannot Connect to Telnet Clusters

Nico - PA3ADU
 

checking the "Automatically Logon" box in the Cluster tap did it for me!
Thanks to all who responded to my question.

73, Nico

RSGB IOTA Call History

VE2FK
 

IOTA Call History File is available at:
 
Have a look, add IOTA Calls or corrections, send info  DIRECT   to
 
File will be updated until day before contest..
 
73 Claude VE2FK
 

Connection Box when WSJT-X or JTDX is run through N1MM+

Lewis Sayre
 

I understand and appreciate the presence of the little rectangle connection box that becomes welded to the upper left hand corner of the screen after the digital program is established. Having the little square turn from red to green is re-assuring that things might actually be working correctly. After calling CQ or decoding somebody, would it be possible for that little connection box to go away, or at least be made possible to move it to some lonely part of the screen?  It blocks where the computer sounds speakers control comes to rest, the lower frequency part of the waterfall and some chat input box that can be moved.
    This is way down on the list of serious things to do and i hesitate to ask about it because of all the very cool things that have been done to make N1MM+ much more friendly to the digital programs.
   Thanks!
  73 and I remain,
   Lew    w7ew

Re: Which Telnet Cluster or Clusters?

Pete Smith
 

No they are not!  I recommend one of the clusters that are running ARC Cluster V6, because they have very effective geographic filtering and have the CT1BOH extensions, which are great for filtering out busted calls.  Don't know where you are, but W9PA and W3LPL are two.  You can find others on dxcluster.info.

73, Pete N4ZR
Check out the Reverse Beacon Network 
at <http://reversebeacon.net>, now 
spotting RTTY activity worldwide. 
For spots, please use your favorite 
"retail" DX cluster.
On 7/15/2019 2:04 PM, jmatt387c@... wrote:

Complete newb here.  I got N1MM up and running, and even hooked to a DX cluster and was able to click on some calls.  But what I can't figure out - are all clusters the same?  Do I need to find a cluster based near me?  Do I hook up to more than one cluster at a time?  Seems like a basic question.  Perhaps such a dumb question I should be embarrassed to ask, because I can't find the answer Googling.  Maybe I don't even know enough to know how to ask the question. 

How do I determine which cluster or clusters to hook up with in the Telnet window on N1MM?

Thanks all for bearing with me.

Re: Connection Box when WSJT-X or JTDX is run through N1MM+

ve3ki
 

On my system that box is movable, the same as any other window - click on the title bar and move it.

If the box has been moved so high up on the screen that the title bar is not visible (above the top of the screen), then you can edit the position in the n1mmlogger.ini file. First close N1MM+. Then find the Documents\N1MM Logger+\n1mm logger.ini file and open it with Notepad. Look for the section called [WSJTRadio1], and in that section, find a line that starts Top= . If the number after the equals sign is negative, make it zero or slightly positive to move the window below the top of your screen the next time it is opened. The larger the number, the lower down the screen the window will open. Save the changes in Notepad, and now open N1MM+, load the WSJT-X window and check to see whether you can now move that window.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Mon, Jul 15, 2019 at 08:05 PM, Lewis Sayre wrote:
I understand and appreciate the presence of the little rectangle connection box that becomes welded to the upper left hand corner of the screen after the digital program is established. Having the little square turn from red to green is re-assuring that things might actually be working correctly. After calling CQ or decoding somebody, would it be possible for that little connection box to go away, or at least be made possible to move it to some lonely part of the screen?  It blocks where the computer sounds speakers control comes to rest, the lower frequency part of the waterfall and some chat input box that can be moved.
    This is way down on the list of serious things to do and i hesitate to ask about it because of all the very cool things that have been done to make N1MM+ much more friendly to the digital programs.
   Thanks!
  73 and I remain,
   Lew    w7ew

Re: Post-contest manual entry?

Pete Smith
 

There are a lot of other tools available.  See <https://n1mmwp.hamdocs.com/manual-windows/log-window/#editing-the-log>

73, Pete N4ZR
Check out the Reverse Beacon Network 
at <http://reversebeacon.net>, now 
spotting RTTY activity worldwide. 
For spots, please use your favorite 
"retail" DX cluster.
On 7/15/2019 4:17 AM, Les Elliott via Groups.Io wrote:

You can always start at the required time by setting it on the computer clock.
 
Les, G4OGB
 
From: ve3ki
Sent: Sunday, July 14, 2019 2:10 PM
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] Post-contest manual entry?
 
Enter the contacts manually. The program will automatically record the contacts with the date and time they were entered, not the time they were actually made. Once the contacts are entered, you can edit the times in the Log window. Double-click on the right-hand half of the date/time stamp in the Log window to open a small edit window where you can change the hh, mm and/or ss part of the time. If you also need to change the date, there is an icon at the right end of the edit window that can be used to open a calendar window where you can change the date, or you can double-click in the left-hand side of the date/time stamp to open a small edit window for the date.

If there are several contacts with times close together so that it is safe to act as if the separation in time between successive contacts was always the same (errors of a couple of minutes will not be a problem), then there is an option in the right-click menu for the Log window to select a range of contacts and assign an interpolated series of times to them. See
<https://n1mmwp.hamdocs.com/getting-started/operating-a-contest/#change-time-for-multiple-hand-entered-qsos>.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Sun, Jul 14, 2019 at 08:30 AM, Jon Zaimes AA1K wrote:

Entered IARU contest while mobile on a return trip from Georgia (N3TTT was driving). Laptop battery died so shifted to paper logging. Now I want to add those QSOs  to the N1MM log I started. How do I switch to manual entry where I can specify the time?

 

73/Jon

 

Jon P. Zaimes, AA1K

Tower climber for hire

http://www.aa1k.us/

 

Reviews of AA1K tower work on eham website: http://www.eham.net/reviews/detail/12922

 

Hug your favorite tower every day, and always stay connected to it.


On Sun, Jul 14, 2019 at 08:30 AM, Jon Zaimes AA1K wrote:

Entered IARU contest while mobile on a return trip from Georgia (N3TTT was driving). Laptop battery died so shifted to paper logging. Now I want to add those QSOs  to the N1MM log I started. How do I switch to manual entry where I can specify the time?

 

73/Jon

 

Jon P. Zaimes, AA1K

Tower climber for hire

http://www.aa1k.us/

 

Reviews of AA1K tower work on eham website: http://www.eham.net/reviews/detail/12922

 

Hug your favorite tower every day, and always stay connected to it.

Re: Which Telnet Cluster or Clusters?

Jorge Diez - CX6VM
 

Pete

how do you know what are the clusters running ARC Cluster V6?

As many newbies on this, this is like chinese for us! hi hi

thanks,
Jorge

Libre de virus. www.avast.com


El lun., 15 jul. 2019 a las 21:56, Pete Smith (<n4zr@...>) escribió:

No they are not!  I recommend one of the clusters that are running ARC Cluster V6, because they have very effective geographic filtering and have the CT1BOH extensions, which are great for filtering out busted calls.  Don't know where you are, but W9PA and W3LPL are two.  You can find others on dxcluster.info.

73, Pete N4ZR
Check out the Reverse Beacon Network 
at <http://reversebeacon.net>, now 
spotting RTTY activity worldwide. 
For spots, please use your favorite 
"retail" DX cluster.
On 7/15/2019 2:04 PM, jmatt387c@... wrote:
Complete newb here.  I got N1MM up and running, and even hooked to a DX cluster and was able to click on some calls.  But what I can't figure out - are all clusters the same?  Do I need to find a cluster based near me?  Do I hook up to more than one cluster at a time?  Seems like a basic question.  Perhaps such a dumb question I should be embarrassed to ask, because I can't find the answer Googling.  Maybe I don't even know enough to know how to ask the question. 

How do I determine which cluster or clusters to hook up with in the Telnet window on N1MM?

Thanks all for bearing with me.



--
73,
Jorge
CX6VM/CW5W

Re: Connection Box when WSJT-X or JTDX is run through N1MM+

Chuck Dietz
 

My “little square” does not turn green. 

Chuck W5PR 

On Mon, Jul 15, 2019 at 7:58 PM ve3ki <ve3iay@...> wrote:
On my system that box is movable, the same as any other window - click on the title bar and move it.

If the box has been moved so high up on the screen that the title bar is not visible (above the top of the screen), then you can edit the position in the n1mmlogger.ini file. First close N1MM+. Then find the Documents\N1MM Logger+\n1mm logger.ini file and open it with Notepad. Look for the section called [WSJTRadio1], and in that section, find a line that starts Top= . If the number after the equals sign is negative, make it zero or slightly positive to move the window below the top of your screen the next time it is opened. The larger the number, the lower down the screen the window will open. Save the changes in Notepad, and now open N1MM+, load the WSJT-X window and check to see whether you can now move that window.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Mon, Jul 15, 2019 at 08:05 PM, Lewis Sayre wrote:
I understand and appreciate the presence of the little rectangle connection box that becomes welded to the upper left hand corner of the screen after the digital program is established. Having the little square turn from red to green is re-assuring that things might actually be working correctly. After calling CQ or decoding somebody, would it be possible for that little connection box to go away, or at least be made possible to move it to some lonely part of the screen?  It blocks where the computer sounds speakers control comes to rest, the lower frequency part of the waterfall and some chat input box that can be moved.
    This is way down on the list of serious things to do and i hesitate to ask about it because of all the very cool things that have been done to make N1MM+ much more friendly to the digital programs.
   Thanks!
  73 and I remain,
   Lew    w7ew

Broken links to N1MM+

Ed W2LCQ
 

When I do a Google search on a N1MM+ topic results are returned with several lines of description however when I click on the link I consistently get back “Not Found.” Does any one else experience this?

73, Ed Jones W2LCQ
CW Ops #701
Frankford Radio Club


“I am busy just now again on electro-magnetism, and think I have got hold of a good thing, but can’t say...”     —-Michael Faraday

“My ear barely caught signals coming in regular succession which could not have been produced on earth...”  —-Nicola Tesla




Re: Which Telnet Cluster or Clusters?

ve3ki
 

Go to <http://www.dxcluster.info/telnet/index.php> and look at the list there. If you see (+CW Skimmer) in the left-hand column, that cluster node reports skimmer spots, usually from the RBN. Then look in the right-hand column for the software that the cluster node uses. The ones Pete is referring to use AR-Cluster ver. 6.something.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Mon, Jul 15, 2019 at 09:09 PM, Jorge Diez - CX6VM wrote:
Pete
 
how do you know what are the clusters running ARC Cluster V6?
 
As many newbies on this, this is like chinese for us! hi hi
 
thanks,
Jorge

Libre de virus. www.avast.com

El lun., 15 jul. 2019 a las 21:56, Pete Smith (<n4zr@...>) escribió:

No they are not!  I recommend one of the clusters that are running ARC Cluster V6, because they have very effective geographic filtering and have the CT1BOH extensions, which are great for filtering out busted calls.  Don't know where you are, but W9PA and W3LPL are two.  You can find others on dxcluster.info.

73, Pete N4ZR
Check out the Reverse Beacon Network 
at <http://reversebeacon.net>, now 
spotting RTTY activity worldwide. 
For spots, please use your favorite 
"retail" DX cluster.
On 7/15/2019 2:04 PM, jmatt387c@... wrote:
Complete newb here.  I got N1MM up and running, and even hooked to a DX cluster and was able to click on some calls.  But what I can't figure out - are all clusters the same?  Do I need to find a cluster based near me?  Do I hook up to more than one cluster at a time?  Seems like a basic question.  Perhaps such a dumb question I should be embarrassed to ask, because I can't find the answer Googling.  Maybe I don't even know enough to know how to ask the question. 

How do I determine which cluster or clusters to hook up with in the Telnet window on N1MM?

Thanks all for bearing with me.

 

 


 
--
73,
Jorge
CX6VM/CW5W

Re: Connection Box when WSJT-X or JTDX is run through N1MM+

ve3ki
 

Does WSJT-X open? There are two windows, the main WSJT-X window and the Wide Graph (waterfall) window. If WSJT-X does not open, check the path in the Configurer under the Digital Modes tab, bottom of the window (for WSJT-X, it should end in something like ...\wsjtx\bin\wsjtx.exe). If WSJT-X opens but the status does not turn green, that suggests a configuration error. Perhaps the UDP port has not been enabled in either N1MM+ (Configurer, Broadcast Data tab, near the bottom - UDP port 2237), or WSJT-X (Settings, Reporting, UDP Server, Accept UDP Requests, also on port 2237), or else maybe the rig control setting in WSJT-X has not been set to DX Lab Suite Commander.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Mon, Jul 15, 2019 at 09:42 PM, Chuck Dietz wrote:
My “little square” does not turn green. 
 
Chuck W5PR 

On Mon, Jul 15, 2019 at 7:58 PM ve3ki <ve3iay@...> wrote:
On my system that box is movable, the same as any other window - click on the title bar and move it.

If the box has been moved so high up on the screen that the title bar is not visible (above the top of the screen), then you can edit the position in the n1mmlogger.ini file. First close N1MM+. Then find the Documents\N1MM Logger+\n1mm logger.ini file and open it with Notepad. Look for the section called [WSJTRadio1], and in that section, find a line that starts Top= . If the number after the equals sign is negative, make it zero or slightly positive to move the window below the top of your screen the next time it is opened. The larger the number, the lower down the screen the window will open. Save the changes in Notepad, and now open N1MM+, load the WSJT-X window and check to see whether you can now move that window.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Mon, Jul 15, 2019 at 08:05 PM, Lewis Sayre wrote:
I understand and appreciate the presence of the little rectangle connection box that becomes welded to the upper left hand corner of the screen after the digital program is established. Having the little square turn from red to green is re-assuring that things might actually be working correctly. After calling CQ or decoding somebody, would it be possible for that little connection box to go away, or at least be made possible to move it to some lonely part of the screen?  It blocks where the computer sounds speakers control comes to rest, the lower frequency part of the waterfall and some chat input box that can be moved.
    This is way down on the list of serious things to do and i hesitate to ask about it because of all the very cool things that have been done to make N1MM+ much more friendly to the digital programs.
   Thanks!
  73 and I remain,
   Lew    w7ew

 

 

Re: Broken links to N1MM+

ve3ki
 

The web site software and address for the N1MM+ web site was changed a couple of months ago. Some of the links in Google may still be pointing to the old web site. If the link you are trying to follow contains something like tiki-index.php as part of the URL, that is pointing to the old now-defunct web site.

Your best bet is just to go to the home page on the new web site (n1mm.hamdocs.com or n1mmwp.hamdocs.com - the first one redirects to the second one) and use the search engine on that web site.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Mon, Jul 15, 2019 at 09:57 PM, Ed W2LCQ wrote:
When I do a Google search on a N1MM+ topic results are returned with several lines of description however when I click on the link I consistently get back “Not Found.” Does any one else experience this?

73, Ed Jones W2LCQ
CW Ops #701
Frankford Radio Club
 
 
“I am busy just now again on electro-magnetism, and think I have got hold of a good thing, but can’t say...”     —-Michael Faraday
 
“My ear barely caught signals coming in regular succession which could not have been produced on earth...”  —-Nicola Tesla
 
 
 
 

Re: Broken links to N1MM+

Ed W2LCQ
 

Gotcha! Thanks for your quick reply Rich. 

73, Ed Jones W2LCQ
CW Ops #701
Frankford Radio Club


“I am busy just now again on electro-magnetism, and think I have got hold of a good thing, but can’t say...”     —-Michael Faraday

“My ear barely caught signals coming in regular succession which could not have been produced on earth...”  —-Nicola Tesla





On Jul 15, 2019, at 10:29 PM, ve3ki <ve3iay@...> wrote:

The web site software and address for the N1MM+ web site was changed a couple of months ago. Some of the links in Google may still be pointing to the old web site. If the link you are trying to follow contains something like tiki-index.php as part of the URL, that is pointing to the old now-defunct web site.

Your best bet is just to go to the home page on the new web site (n1mm.hamdocs.com or n1mmwp.hamdocs.com - the first one redirects to the second one) and use the search engine on that web site.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Mon, Jul 15, 2019 at 09:57 PM, Ed W2LCQ wrote:
When I do a Google search on a N1MM+ topic results are returned with several lines of description however when I click on the link I consistently get back “Not Found.” Does any one else experience this?

73, Ed Jones W2LCQ
CW Ops #701
Frankford Radio Club
 
 
“I am busy just now again on electro-magnetism, and think I have got hold of a good thing, but can’t say...”     —-Michael Faraday
 
“My ear barely caught signals coming in regular succession which could not have been produced on earth...”  —-Nicola Tesla
 
 
 
 

Re: Which Telnet Cluster or Clusters?

brian.moran@...
 

What's the best UP - TO - DATE introduction to the cluster system for people that are new to contesting? I'd like to reference it in the ARRL Contest Update.
- Brian N9ADG


On Mon, Jul 15, 2019 at 7:08 PM ve3ki <ve3iay@...> wrote:
Go to <http://www.dxcluster.info/telnet/index.php> and look at the list there. If you see (+CW Skimmer) in the left-hand column, that cluster node reports skimmer spots, usually from the RBN. Then look in the right-hand column for the software that the cluster node uses. The ones Pete is referring to use AR-Cluster ver. 6.something.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Mon, Jul 15, 2019 at 09:09 PM, Jorge Diez - CX6VM wrote:
Pete
 
how do you know what are the clusters running ARC Cluster V6?
 
As many newbies on this, this is like chinese for us! hi hi
 
thanks,
Jorge

Libre de virus. www.avast.com

El lun., 15 jul. 2019 a las 21:56, Pete Smith (<n4zr@...>) escribió:

No they are not!  I recommend one of the clusters that are running ARC Cluster V6, because they have very effective geographic filtering and have the CT1BOH extensions, which are great for filtering out busted calls.  Don't know where you are, but W9PA and W3LPL are two.  You can find others on dxcluster.info.

73, Pete N4ZR
Check out the Reverse Beacon Network 
at <http://reversebeacon.net>, now 
spotting RTTY activity worldwide. 
For spots, please use your favorite 
"retail" DX cluster.
On 7/15/2019 2:04 PM, jmatt387c@... wrote:
Complete newb here.  I got N1MM up and running, and even hooked to a DX cluster and was able to click on some calls.  But what I can't figure out - are all clusters the same?  Do I need to find a cluster based near me?  Do I hook up to more than one cluster at a time?  Seems like a basic question.  Perhaps such a dumb question I should be embarrassed to ask, because I can't find the answer Googling.  Maybe I don't even know enough to know how to ask the question. 

How do I determine which cluster or clusters to hook up with in the Telnet window on N1MM?

Thanks all for bearing with me.

 

 


 
--
73,
Jorge
CX6VM/CW5W

Re: Clicking on Zone Mults - SO2R

Stewart G3RXQ
 

Thanks to the one gent who contacted me by email...

73 Stewart G3RXQ - G3Q

locked Re: New Version

Tom - N1MM
 

  • Version 1.0.7841 (July 16, 2019)
  • Improve error handling downloading world map for Grid Field multiplier window (Coded by N1MM)
  • WWDIGI: Improve computation of points & mults (W0YK) (Coded by N1MM)
  • WWDIGI: Fix for change to 2019 exchange (W0YK) (Coded by N1MM)
  • Score Summary window: Added Rescore button (Coded by N1MM)
  • Spectrum: resize would hesitate when changing size horizontally when in bar mode or vertically when in column mode (K1TTT) (Coded by N1MM)
  • Added 10 GHZ to list of VHF/UHF contests. (Coded by N1MM)
  • Corrected reverse bearings for Entry Window and packet spots (VE3KI) (Coded by N1MM)

Re: Connection Box when WSJT-X or JTDX is run through N1MM+

Chuck Dietz
 

Ok, thanks. WSJT-x opens, but I have it set for Flex 6xxx instead of DX Labs Commander. Everything seems to work ok except maybe the duping. I will try resetting it to DX Lab Commander.

Chuck W5PR

On Mon, Jul 15, 2019 at 9:21 PM ve3ki <ve3iay@...> wrote:
Does WSJT-X open? There are two windows, the main WSJT-X window and the Wide Graph (waterfall) window. If WSJT-X does not open, check the path in the Configurer under the Digital Modes tab, bottom of the window (for WSJT-X, it should end in something like ...\wsjtx\bin\wsjtx.exe). If WSJT-X opens but the status does not turn green, that suggests a configuration error. Perhaps the UDP port has not been enabled in either N1MM+ (Configurer, Broadcast Data tab, near the bottom - UDP port 2237), or WSJT-X (Settings, Reporting, UDP Server, Accept UDP Requests, also on port 2237), or else maybe the rig control setting in WSJT-X has not been set to DX Lab Suite Commander.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Mon, Jul 15, 2019 at 09:42 PM, Chuck Dietz wrote:
My “little square” does not turn green. 
 
Chuck W5PR 

On Mon, Jul 15, 2019 at 7:58 PM ve3ki <ve3iay@...> wrote:
On my system that box is movable, the same as any other window - click on the title bar and move it.

If the box has been moved so high up on the screen that the title bar is not visible (above the top of the screen), then you can edit the position in the n1mmlogger.ini file. First close N1MM+. Then find the Documents\N1MM Logger+\n1mm logger.ini file and open it with Notepad. Look for the section called [WSJTRadio1], and in that section, find a line that starts Top= . If the number after the equals sign is negative, make it zero or slightly positive to move the window below the top of your screen the next time it is opened. The larger the number, the lower down the screen the window will open. Save the changes in Notepad, and now open N1MM+, load the WSJT-X window and check to see whether you can now move that window.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Mon, Jul 15, 2019 at 08:05 PM, Lewis Sayre wrote:
I understand and appreciate the presence of the little rectangle connection box that becomes welded to the upper left hand corner of the screen after the digital program is established. Having the little square turn from red to green is re-assuring that things might actually be working correctly. After calling CQ or decoding somebody, would it be possible for that little connection box to go away, or at least be made possible to move it to some lonely part of the screen?  It blocks where the computer sounds speakers control comes to rest, the lower frequency part of the waterfall and some chat input box that can be moved.
    This is way down on the list of serious things to do and i hesitate to ask about it because of all the very cool things that have been done to make N1MM+ much more friendly to the digital programs.
   Thanks!
  73 and I remain,
   Lew    w7ew

 

 

Error? On New Up-Date?

Joe WB9SBD
 

I just UP-Dated this morning, and noticed the band indicator will not highlight saying what band the logger things the radio is on.

This is a NON connected radio system so I have to either manually click on the band or type in the call window like 14080 to change bands.

But neither method makes any band indicator look like it's the active band. They all that the same.

It does say in the top blue ummm "Title Bar" 14080,  so is that good enough to know thats where it will be logging the contacts?

I just remember also the band under the DIGITAL word being indicated also.

Joe


Re: Error? On New Up-Date?

Tom Wagner (N1MM)
 

What radio do you have?

Tom - N1MM

On 7/16/2019 8:57 AM, Joe WB9SBD wrote:
I just UP-Dated this morning, and noticed the band indicator will not highlight saying what band the logger things the radio is on.

This is a NON connected radio system so I have to either manually click on the band or type in the call window like 14080 to change bands.

But neither method makes any band indicator look like it's the active band. They all that the same.

It does say in the top blue ummm "Title Bar" 14080,  so is that good enough to know thats where it will be logging the contacts?

I just remember also the band under the DIGITAL word being indicated also.

Joe