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Re ARRL 10M test

Sam Rubin <srubn@...>
 

 Has anyone had any trouble uploading the contest to LOTW. I have been unable to upload directly from DXLab normally as well as directly thru TQSL with the adi file. I did send my Cabrillo file to the ARRL and it was accepted OK but TQSL says many errors and will not accept it even though I deleted the file and made a new adi file. There are 635 q,s in it.

Never had this problem before-----Help!!!!
 
Sam WC7Q


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Re: Tuning with Mouse Wheel

Lance <lanceh@...>
 

Thank you, Dave.  I don't know how many time I over looked that.
Writelog has it in the .ini file, so really expected to find it there.
Got it now!
Thanks again!
   Lance WN0L


On 12/15/2015 6:48 PM, David Fuseler nj4f@... [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
 

Config, Configure Ports, Other.

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Re: Tuning with Mouse Wheel

David Fuseler <nj4f@...>
 

Config, Configure Ports, Other.
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Re: Tuning with Mouse Wheel

gbyahoo@...
 

Lance,

The settings are configured in the Mouse section of the Windows Control Panel.

>> Gerald, VE1DT




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

I certainly enjoyed the 10m contest, this past weekend, although
propagation
was not similar to last year.

My question, at times I used the mouse wheel to tune my FT-1000MP. I
noticed
it tuned faster than I like and have been looking for the .ini file, or
whatever it it
called that controls the tuning rate. So far I have not had success.

Where is the mouse wheel tuning rate located, and can it be modified to
a much
slower rate?

73 de WN0L
Lance

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N1MM+ and Morse runner

ka2myd@...
 

Is there a set of instructions some place to set up Morse runner to work with N1MM?
I did not see anything in the files section.
73
Tom
AD2TM



Tuning with Mouse Wheel

Lance <lanceh@...>
 

I certainly enjoyed the 10m contest, this past weekend, although propagation
was not similar to last year.

My question, at times I used the mouse wheel to tune my FT-1000MP. I noticed
it tuned faster than I like and have been looking for the .ini file, or whatever it it
called that controls the tuning rate. So far I have not had success.

Where is the mouse wheel tuning rate located, and can it be modified to a much
slower rate?

73 de WN0L
Lance


1.0.5375

Tom - N1MM
 

Removed the problem with opening a log.

Tom

Version 1.0.5375 (December 15, 2015)

1. LZDomestic: Rules change, include the mode when determining if a
station can be worked again. (LZ2BE)(Coded by K3CT)
2. 9ACW: Rules change for Multi-One. (9A3OS)(Coded by K3CT)
3. Modified heading lookup for K[0,5,6,7,8,9] lookup, which gets
confused by wl_cty.dat. (VE1DT) (Coded by N2IC)
4. For USA exception callsigns in wl_cty.dat, use the CQ Zone to
compute heading. (Coded by N2IC)
5. PACC: Change non-PA contestants to get one mult per band & mode (PA1M)
6. Configurer: Support setting up contest, contact and radio udp
broadcasts in UI instead of by editing ini file (Coded by N1MM)
7. Provide instructions for the user if their N1MM Logger.ini file is
bad. (Coded by N2IC)
8. For ARRL 10 meter contest, split score summary multiplers
(states/provinces, countries). (CX6VM) (Coded by N2IC)


Re: ARRL Web-based Robot complains about Cabrillo

Dave Sergeant
 

You must realise that N1MM is partly to blame for this issue in that by
default it doesn't add leading zeros. These can be enabled in the
configuration for the CW sending, but serials displayed in the log and
entry window and also in the saved Cabrillo do not show leading zeros
and I can see no way to enable them.

Personally I always do send leading zeros, as in fact do most stations
on the air. I would also prefer my submitted Cabrillo to reflect this
as well, but it seems not possible.

73 Dave G3YMC

On 15 Dec 2015 at 6:41, w4vp9kf@... [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:

The Web 'robot' is following the RULES!
"4.2. DX stations (including KH2, KP4, etc) send RS(T) & sequential
serial number starting with 001."

http://davesergeant.com


Re: 5372 Cannot open a log

gbyahoo@...
 

Same problem here as well. Open a log gives a blank form.

Open database still works, so, a workaround is to open a different database, then open the database you want to use and choose a log that way. Opening a different database first is required to get around the check that won't bother with reopening the already open database.

>> Gerald, VE1DT


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

Yep, same here.  Just installed the update and also receiving the blank dialog window.

73 de Jim - KE8G


From: "drew.vonadasmith@... [N1MMLoggerplus]" <N1MMLoggerplus@...>
To: N1MMLoggerplus@...
Sent: Tuesday, December 15, 2015 9:51 AM
Subject: [N1MMLoggerplus] Re: 5372 Cannot open a log

 

Sorry...that's .5372

---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., <drew.vonadasmith@...> wrote :

Just installed .5372.

5372 will initially open a log when starting, however, after that the "Open Log" menu command will result in a blank dialog window.

Reverting to previous fixes the problem, an update causes it again repeatably.

73,
Drew K3PA



Re: 5372 Cannot open a log

Steve Sawyer
 

Same here guess I will revert back to early version until fixed.

Steve
KT0DX

On 12/15/2015 15:13, Jim Blanca jimblanca@... [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
 
Yep, same here.  Just installed the update and also receiving the blank dialog window.

73 de Jim - KE8G


From: "drew.vonadasmith@... [N1MMLoggerplus]"
To: N1MMLoggerplus@...
Sent: Tuesday, December 15, 2015 9:51 AM
Subject: [N1MMLoggerplus] Re: 5372 Cannot open a log

 

Sorry...that's .5372

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

Just installed .5372.

5372 will initially open a log when starting, however, after that the "Open Log" menu command will result in a blank dialog window.

Reverting to previous fixes the problem, an update causes it again repeatably.

73,
Drew K3PA




Re: 5372 Cannot open a log

Jim Blanca <jimblanca@...>
 

Yep, same here.  Just installed the update and also receiving the blank dialog window.

73 de Jim - KE8G


From: "drew.vonadasmith@... [N1MMLoggerplus]"
To: N1MMLoggerplus@...
Sent: Tuesday, December 15, 2015 9:51 AM
Subject: [N1MMLoggerplus] Re: 5372 Cannot open a log

 

Sorry...that's .5372

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

Just installed .5372.

5372 will initially open a log when starting, however, after that the "Open Log" menu command will result in a blank dialog window.

Reverting to previous fixes the problem, an update causes it again repeatably.

73,
Drew K3PA



Re: ARRL Web-based Robot complains about Cabrillo

Steve London
 

Please take this silly discussion off the N1MM reflector.

73,
Steve, N2IC

On 12/15/2015 07:41 AM, w4vp9kf@... [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
The Web 'robot' is following the RULES!
"*4.2. *DX stations (including KH2, KP4, etc) send RS(T) & sequential
serial number starting with 001."

It raises a few points:
If the DX station sent '9' they are breaking the rules.
If the DX station sent '9' but you logged '009'. you busted the s/n sent
in an attempt to correct the error.
If the DX station sent '009' but you logged '9', you busted the s/n.

If you e-mailed the log in and somebody at ARRL 'fixed' the fields
before sending it to the robot, then they busted the s/n and should be
ashamed of themselves..

If the web robot rejected these QSOs and then disqualified you because
of a high rate of errors, you learnt your lesson!

The only common sense ways to try to fix this are:
Make the station send the s/n correctly.
If they won't, acknowledge by sending 'tnx 599 009'. Maybe they will get
the message.
Don't log the contact.


Re: ARRL Web-based Robot complains about Cabrillo

Bob Epstein K8IA
 

In the past five years I have submitted 8,144 qso's in ARRL 10M Contests. I have not been zinged once for a "short" serial number. Clearly ARRL knows the proper way to handle this. Case closed.
 
73, Bob K8IA
Arizona Outlaws Contest Club - N7AT
 
 
 

In a message dated 12/15/2015 7:41:49 A.M. US Mountain Standard Time, N1MMLoggerplus@... writes:
 

The Web 'robot' is following the RULES!
"4.2. DX stations (including KH2, KP4, etc) send RS(T) & sequential serial number starting with 001."

It raises a few points:
If the DX station sent '9' they are breaking the rules.
If the DX station sent '9' but you logged '009'. you busted the s/n sent in an attempt to correct the error.
If the DX station sent '009' but you logged '9', you busted the s/n.

If you e-mailed the log in and somebody at ARRL 'fixed' the fields before sending it to the robot, then they busted the s/n and should be ashamed of themselves..

If the web robot rejected these QSOs and then disqualified you because of a high rate of errors, you learnt your lesson!

The only common sense ways to try to fix this are:
Make the station send the s/n correctly.
If they won't, acknowledge by sending 'tnx 599 009'. Maybe th ey will get the message.
Don't log the contact.


Re: 5372 Cannot open a log

drew.vonadasmith@...
 


Sorry...that's .5372

---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., <drew.vonadasmith@...> wrote :

Just installed .5372.


5372 will initially open a log when starting, however, after that the "Open Log" menu command will result in a blank dialog window.


Reverting to previous fixes the problem, an update causes it again repeatably.


73,
Drew K3PA


5372 Cannot open a log

drew.vonadasmith@...
 

Just installed .5472.


5472 will initially open a log when starting, however, after that the "Open Log" menu command will result in a blank dialog window.


Reverting to previous fixes the problem, an update causes it again repeatably.


73,
Drew K3PA


Re: ARRL Web-based Robot complains about Cabrillo

w4vp9kf@...
 

The Web 'robot' is following the RULES!
"4.2. DX stations (including KH2, KP4, etc) send RS(T) & sequential serial number starting with 001."

It raises a few points:
If the DX station sent '9' they are breaking the rules.
If the DX station sent '9' but you logged '009'. you busted the s/n sent in an attempt to correct the error.
If the DX station sent '009' but you logged '9', you busted the s/n.

If you e-mailed the log in and somebody at ARRL 'fixed' the fields before sending it to the robot, then they busted the s/n and should be ashamed of themselves..

If the web robot rejected these QSOs and then disqualified you because of a high rate of errors, you learnt your lesson!

The only common sense ways to try to fix this are:
Make the station send the s/n correctly.
If they won't, acknowledge by sending 'tnx 599 009'. Maybe they will get the message.
Don't log the contact.


1.0.5372

Tom - N1MM
 

Version 1.0.5372 (December 15, 2015)

1. LZDomestic: Rules change, include the mode when determining if a
station can be worked again. (LZ2BE)(Coded by K3CT)
2. 9ACW: Rules change for Multi-One. (9A3OS)(Coded by K3CT)
3. Modified heading lookup for K[0,5,6,7,8,9] lookup, which gets
confused by wl_cty.dat. (VE1DT) (Coded by N2IC)
4. For USA exception callsigns in wl_cty.dat, use the CQ Zone to
compute heading. (Coded by N2IC)
5. PACC: Change non-PA contestants to get one mult per band & mode (PA1M)
6. Configurer: Support setting up contest, contact and radio udp
broadcasts in UI instead of by editing ini file (Coded by N1MM)
7. Provide instructions for the user if their N1MM Logger.ini file is
bad. (Coded by N2IC)
8. For ARRL 10 meter contest, split score summary multiplers
(states/provinces, countries). (CX6VM) (Coded by N2IC)
9. CEPCPSK63: Eliminate Runtime error. (JA7ZP)(Coded by K3CT)
10. Wav File Check: Add a check for *.wav.wav files to assist with
debugging user mistakes. (Coded by K3CT)


Re: ARRL Web-based Robot complains about Cabrillo

Bob Epstein K8IA
 

An easier solution is not to use the web based submission method. Just email the file as is, with the single or double digit serial numbers.

I received a clean receipt in a minute or two. G


73, Bob K8IA
Arizona Outlaws Contest Club






-------- Original message --------
From "Jim Brown k9yc@... [N1MMLoggerplus]" <N1MMLoggerplus@...>
Date: 12/14/2015 9:07 PM (GMT-07:00)
To N1MMLoggerplus@...
Subject Re: [N1MMLoggerplus] ARRL Web-based Robot complains about Cabrillo


On Mon,12/14/2015 7:08 PM, 'Dave Hachadorian' k6ll.dave@...
[N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
> As it turns out, these were the QSO lines where a DX contact gave
> me a single-digit QSO number. I went in and manually added some
> leading zeros, and now all is well. It's not a big thing, but
> it's a thing.

I had the same problem, and found the same solution.

73, Jim K9YC


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Help Edit UDC File

vector88_pdg@...
 


Hallo Friend

we need you to help resolve the UDC file Padang our Contest
description:
appraisal
QSO with YB5ZAA and YC5ZBA: 30
EQSO by the Committee: 25
QSO with Others Participants: 20
QSO with YC5ZBA and YB5ZAA: 2 MP
The first QSO with Different IOTA Number (OC): 1 MP

your help is highly appreciated
thank you

Vector YB5BOY



Re: ARRL Web-based Robot complains about Cabrillo

Steve London
 

The web-based robot is broken. Contact WA7BNM.

73,
Steve, N2IC

On 12/14/2015 09:07 PM, Jim Brown k9yc@... [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
On Mon,12/14/2015 7:08 PM, 'Dave Hachadorian' k6ll.dave@...
[N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
As it turns out, these were the QSO lines where a DX contact gave
me a single-digit QSO number. I went in and manually added some
leading zeros, and now all is well. It's not a big thing, but
it's a thing.
I had the same problem, and found the same solution.

73, Jim K9YC


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