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Re: W1VE Synthesized DVK for N1MM+

ckjones76@...
 

Joe, I see that you had the working for last years SS, wud you mind sending me a copy of ur default messages both Run and S&P.

Tks, Chuck N7BV

Re: W1VE Synthesized DVK for N1MM+

ckjones76@...
 

Thanks.  It worked just like you say. 

Now have to get the F-keyes working.

73, Chuck N7BV

Re: W1VE Synthesized DVK for N1MM+

Joe WB9SBD
 

It is much more simpler than that,

Open the program,

populate the fields with the needed information,

Don't forget to enter in the operator call.

Choose the voice you want to use. Hit the buttons to the right of the text fields and it will play them.
change the voices to find one you like.

When happy, hit the create files button and youre done.

It makes them and stuffs them into N1MM+ for you into the correct location. 

Done,

Joe WB9SBD

The Original Rolling Ball Clock
Idle Tyme
Idle-Tyme.com
http://www.idle-tyme.com

On 11/14/2019 5:05 PM, ckjones76@... wrote:

GD,

I want to setup and use the W1VE Synthesized DVK for N1MM+ - Version 1.0.7.0 Release for this weekends SSB SS.  I have down loaded the three files on W1VD blog page however there is no setup guidance.  I think I am supposed to take the callsigns and put them into the N1MM wav folder/s, however how do I interface the W1VE Synthesized DVK software to N1MM+ (or is this only for demo purposes).   LOST.

I would like to key my K3s using the rigs internal sound card if possible.

Thanks for any help.

73, Chuck N7BV


W1VE Synthesized DVK for N1MM+

ckjones76@...
 

GD,

I want to setup and use the W1VE Synthesized DVK for N1MM+ - Version 1.0.7.0 Release for this weekends SSB SS.  I have down loaded the three files on W1VD blog page however there is no setup guidance.  I think I am supposed to take the callsigns and put them into the N1MM wav folder/s, however how do I interface the W1VE Synthesized DVK software to N1MM+ (or is this only for demo purposes).   LOST.

I would like to key my K3s using the rigs internal sound card if possible.

Thanks for any help.

73, Chuck N7BV

Re: Function keys: Switching from long to short CQ voice message

Grant Kesselring
 

John,
My testing shows that any key can be used for Repeating CQ, but only the key designated as the "CQ Key" in the Functions Key tab of the Configurer will work with Dueling CQ.  I'd really like my main CQ message to go into F1 which is defined as the CQ Key.  It would be able to do Repeating CQ (which it does today).  In addition, I'd like to have a second key with a shorter CQ message that would be used only for Dueling CQ.  Or, some smarts in the F1 function key programming to say, "If dueling cq mode then use msg1, else use msg2".  Anyway, thank you for helping me understand this better.

73 Grant

Re: Translate n1mm

InMiami Ale
 
Edited

Hello everyone, the new version translated into Italian and already ready italian v1.10 this update includes modules that had not been translated type wsjt-x and other small things, now complete with everything.

73 Ale iz4osh

Re: TX focus switching problems with Flex 6600M

InMiami Ale
 

Hello everyone, what described above I have not encountered any problems of any kind, the Wae rtty I configured four stations in so2R we used rtx of all kinds from the sdr, to older devices. In the tests performed by me I had noticed a certain slowdown that according to my analysis was due to the data flow that is controlled by the anti virus, so I did some tests and after disabling anti virus everything worked without interruption. In the end I opened the Control tab of KasperSky to the inbound and exit data control module I put the check to the entry trusted program. If we don't do this check sometimes we find ourselves not understanding certain strange behaviors.

Greetings
Ale iz4osh

Re: LZDX Exchange

Boyan
 

Hi John,

I asked a friend of mine to test it with the same F-key file like mine and it works OK with him. So it seems the problem is in configuration of my computer, maybe regional settings.

73! Boyan

Re: Flex 6600M in SO2R

Grant Kesselring
 

Hi Andy, thanks for the tip.  I was reading about that and tried to get it to work but couldn't.  Perhaps if you have a moment and could send me a sample function key file, that would jump start my understanding.

Here's what I tried...
###################
#   RUN Messages
###################
F1 CQ,{STEREOOFF}{OPERATOR}\SS\cq_short.wav{END}{STEREOON}
F2 Exch,{OPERATOR}\SS\u_k1kd_86_mn.wav
F3 TNX,{OPERATOR}\SS\tnx_qrz.wav
F4 {MYCALL},{OPERATOR}\SS\k1kd.WAV
# Replace "-" with "!" if you are using voicing of callsigns
F5 His Call,-
F6 Spare,-
F7 QRZ?,{OPERATOR}\QRZ.wav
F8 Agn?,{OPERATOR}\AllAgain.wav
F9 Zone?,{OPERATOR}\Zone query.wav
F10 Spare,{OPERATOR}\SS\test.WAV
F11 CQlong,{CQ}{STEREOOFF}{OPERATOR}\SS\cq.WAV{END}{STEREOON}
F12 Wipe, {WIPE}
#


73,
Grant

Re: Flex 6600M in SO2R

Andy (KU7T)
 

Hi,
You have to use the STEREO macros in the function key messages. I do not have my file handy but I believe you need to add a Stereoon to F1 and F4.

Andy
KU7T

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From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io <N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io> on behalf of Grant Kesselring <kesselg75@...>
Sent: Wednesday, November 13, 2019 8:42:37 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io <N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io>
Subject: [N1MM+] Flex 6600M in SO2R
 

I have followed the published Setup for SO2R Mode with a Flex-6700 and N1MM+ how-to guide.  Everything is working as it should except the RX audio switch I can't make do what I want.

When working SO2R, I'd like to listen to the S&P radio in both ears during transmission of the CQ on the Run radio, then listen to one in each ear when the CQ finishes.
What I'm getting is the Run audio is muted while the keyboard focus and audio for the S&P radio is in both ears (good).  However, when the CQ finishes on the Run radio, the audio switches back and is muted on the S&P radio.  This is very distracting when doing S&P.  The tilde key will bring stereo audio back (run in one ear, s/p in the other ear).  However, I have to hit the tilde key after each CQ to get the stereo receive back.  Am I missing something?

Thanks, Grant

Flex 6600M in SO2R

Grant Kesselring
 

I have followed the published Setup for SO2R Mode with a Flex-6700 and N1MM+ how-to guide.  Everything is working as it should except the RX audio switch I can't make do what I want.

When working SO2R, I'd like to listen to the S&P radio in both ears during transmission of the CQ on the Run radio, then listen to one in each ear when the CQ finishes.
What I'm getting is the Run audio is muted while the keyboard focus and audio for the S&P radio is in both ears (good).  However, when the CQ finishes on the Run radio, the audio switches back and is muted on the S&P radio.  This is very distracting when doing S&P.  The tilde key will bring stereo audio back (run in one ear, s/p in the other ear).  However, I have to hit the tilde key after each CQ to get the stereo receive back.  Am I missing something?

Thanks, Grant

Re: LZDX Exchange

John Bednar
 

Boyan,

 

If you haven’t found the cause, post your function key message text.

 

John, K3CT

 

 

From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] On Behalf Of Boyan via Groups.Io
Sent: Wednesday, November 13, 2019 7:47 AM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] LZDX Exchange

 

John,

it is RZ only.

73 Boyan

Re: Function keys: Switching from long to short CQ voice message

John Bednar
 

Grant,

 

Yes. It should use the F12 function key for repeating CQ.

 

I don’t know how this will work with dueling CQ. That code may use the CQ_key (F1) definition in Config, Function Keys tab. You will need to test it.

 

John, K3CT

 

From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] On Behalf Of Grant Kesselring
Sent: Wednesday, November 13, 2019 9:39 AM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] Function keys: Switching from long to short CQ voice message

 

Hi John, thank you for the reply.  I think I understand how the {CQ} macro method would work, so let me play out an example:
Suppose I want my regular CQ message to be programmed to F1 key, and a short CQ message stored in, say, F12, I would do something like this in the function keys definition file:

F1 CQ,CQ.wav
...
F12 CQ short,{CQ}CQ_short.wav

The {CQ} macro for the F12 key switches it to a run mode message which is the important thing.  So whenever I want to begin a duel CQ, I can hit the F12 key (instead of the normal F1 key), and get my shorter CQ message to play.  Is that right?

The second method you mentioned using the {VARYMSG*} macros would not do quite what I want in this case.

Thanks, Grant

Re: New version 1.0.8014

Philip jacobs
 

Bob the windows key and the "plus sign" zooms In under ease of use in settings you can configure how windows zoom works the - sign zooms out
W2UV



Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone

-------- Original message --------
From: "Robert Myers via Groups.Io" <k2tv@...>
Date: 11/13/19 6:51 PM (GMT-05:00)
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] New version 1.0.8014

Hello Tom,

Is there any way to enlarge the input screen to full size?  I have a freind W2TE who is legally blind, but would be able to see the input screen if it were full size. 
Thanks for all the work you do on the program.
73
Bob Myers K2TV

On Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 09:03:24 AM EST, Tom - N1MM <tom@...> wrote:


Version 1.0.8014 fixes two bugs with input boxes. These boxes are used for single inputs like repeat time, operator change etc.   The first bug is that focus was not being set to the input textbox.  The second bug was a runtime error for some of these textboxes. 

Note that this does not affect all textboxes. It only affects those that are subject to language translation (not that you can tell unless you are using a language other than English).  Neither bug is fatal, so that if this version causes serious problems, you can retreat to 1.0.8012 by downloading and installing.  

Please test before ARRL SS SSB this weekend and CQWW CW next weekend.  

Thanks, 
Tom - N1MM

Re: New version 1.0.8014

Robert Myers
 

Hello Tom,

Is there any way to enlarge the input screen to full size?  I have a freind W2TE who is legally blind, but would be able to see the input screen if it were full size. 
Thanks for all the work you do on the program.
73
Bob Myers K2TV

On Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 09:03:24 AM EST, Tom - N1MM <tom@...> wrote:


Version 1.0.8014 fixes two bugs with input boxes. These boxes are used for single inputs like repeat time, operator change etc.   The first bug is that focus was not being set to the input textbox.  The second bug was a runtime error for some of these textboxes. 

Note that this does not affect all textboxes. It only affects those that are subject to language translation (not that you can tell unless you are using a language other than English).  Neither bug is fatal, so that if this version causes serious problems, you can retreat to 1.0.8012 by downloading and installing.  

Please test before ARRL SS SSB this weekend and CQWW CW next weekend.  

Thanks, 
Tom - N1MM

Re: Function keys: Switching from long to short CQ voice message

Stewart G3RXQ
 

Thanks for your help John,

I will try both of those methods, and see which one suits.

73 Stewart G3RXQ - G3Q

Re: TX focus switching problems with Flex 6600M

Andy (KU7T)
 

I believe the ESC functionality is not fully integrated in the swap delay timing functions. Will have to look into this at some point. Likely not going to happen for the next two weeks (too risky to change this sort of stuff now).

73 and good luck in the contests, 
Andy
KU7T


From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io <N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io> on behalf of Grant Kesselring <kesselg75@...>
Sent: Wednesday, November 13, 2019 7:40 AM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io <N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] TX focus switching problems with Flex 6600M
 
Eric,
Thanks for sharing your experience in the WAE RTTY contest.  What you describe about seeing the pop up when interrupting the dueling CQ is very consistent with what I've been seeing.  I have a 200ms tail and lead time on SO2R radio swapping.  If I start a duel cq, then time hitting the ESC key to interrupt the message transmission (SSB) just as focus is switching between entry windows (ie, radio relays are switching between ANT1 and ANT2), I will often get the pop up message.  I guess the question is: does aborting transmission with the ESC key have any consistent timing relationship to the Radio Swap Transmit delays under SO2R setup?  Or, is hitting ESC completely asynchronous to the switching that occurs during radio swapping?

Re: TX focus switching problems with Flex 6600M

Grant Kesselring
 

Eric,
Thanks for sharing your experience in the WAE RTTY contest.  What you describe about seeing the pop up when interrupting the dueling CQ is very consistent with what I've been seeing.  I have a 200ms tail and lead time on SO2R radio swapping.  If I start a duel cq, then time hitting the ESC key to interrupt the message transmission (SSB) just as focus is switching between entry windows (ie, radio relays are switching between ANT1 and ANT2), I will often get the pop up message.  I guess the question is: does aborting transmission with the ESC key have any consistent timing relationship to the Radio Swap Transmit delays under SO2R setup?  Or, is hitting ESC completely asynchronous to the switching that occurs during radio swapping?

Re: Function keys: Switching from long to short CQ voice message

Grant Kesselring
 

Hi John, thank you for the reply.  I think I understand how the {CQ} macro method would work, so let me play out an example:
Suppose I want my regular CQ message to be programmed to F1 key, and a short CQ message stored in, say, F12, I would do something like this in the function keys definition file:

F1 CQ,CQ.wav
...
F12 CQ short,{CQ}CQ_short.wav

The {CQ} macro for the F12 key switches it to a run mode message which is the important thing.  So whenever I want to begin a duel CQ, I can hit the F12 key (instead of the normal F1 key), and get my shorter CQ message to play.  Is that right?

The second method you mentioned using the {VARYMSG*} macros would not do quite what I want in this case.

Thanks, Grant

Re: New version 1.0.8014

InMiami Ale
 

Very well Tom I do tests and text the program although I think it can not compromise the operation.

 

In the meantime I continue in the process to translate the missing parts of the Italian language.

 

In the last late week there were no problems with WAE contest rtty, Here in Italy no one complained after the translation and therefore everything is fine.

 

73 Ale IZ4OSH

 

Inviato da Posta per Windows 10

 

Da: Tom - N1MM
Inviato: mercoledì 13 novembre 2019 15:03
A: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Oggetto: [N1MM+] New version 1.0.8014

 

Version 1.0.8014 fixes two bugs with input boxes. These boxes are used for single inputs like repeat time, operator change etc.   The first bug is that focus was not being set to the input textbox.  The second bug was a runtime error for some of these textboxes. 

Note that this does not affect all textboxes. It only affects those that are subject to language translation (not that you can tell unless you are using a language other than English).  Neither bug is fatal, so that if this version causes serious problems, you can retreat to 1.0.8012 by downloading and installing.  

Please test before ARRL SS SSB this weekend and CQWW CW next weekend.  

Thanks, 
Tom - N1MM