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Re: No CW keying from function keys

John Bednar
 

George,

 

Something is causing the text to be too large for the config window. I expect the text in other windows is also truncated.

Typically it is cause by this option in Windows Settings, Display.

 

John, K3CT

 

 

From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] On Behalf Of GIWagner@...
Sent: Wednesday, May 09, 2018 9:46 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerPlus] No CW keying from function keys

 

Hi John, my problem was that I had failed to set CONFIG: PTT-KEY (rts-dtr) in the K3.  Once I set that, the F keys worked.

 

Based on your instr, I have unchecked “Enable both hardware and software PTT”.

 

Regarding “Windows magnification in the video”, I am not using a video, so not sure about your comment.

 

Tnx for getting back to me.

 

73, Geo...


On May 9, 2018, at 20:52, John Bednar <k3ct@...> wrote:

George,

 

Make sure you have CW/Other checked for only the radio com port.

 

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The K3 often gets confused when hardware and radio command PTT are used together.

Uncheck “Enable Both Hardware and Software PTT”.

 

<image002.png>

 

You must using Windows magnification for the video. Try reducing it so the characters are not hidden in the windows.

 

John, K3CT

 

 

 

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Sent: Wednesday, May 09, 2018 4:54 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: [N1MMLoggerPlus] No CW keying from function keys

 

I am keying my K3 directly from the paddle plugged into the "paddle" jack on the back of the K3, but the F-keys are not working.  Paddle keys the K3 just, and the K3's speed control works.  Radio control via Com11 works just fine, but I have no keying from the F-keys (F1, F2, etc.).

Using N1MM+ v. 1.0.7170.0 on a Windows 7 machine.

Here are my Config settings:

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Any suggestions, please.

73, George, K5KG

Re: No CW keying from function keys

Gerry Hull
 

Also, do you have the CW key box checked in the main body of the configuration dialog?

Check:
- K3 DTR=CW
- Rig + CW checkboxes checked in main configuration dialog on line where you select com port.
- CW on DTR in detail configuration dialog.
- CW macros actually have content for your Operating mode (run vs s&p)

73 Gerry W1VE


On Wed, May 9, 2018 at 5:49 PM GIWagner@... <giwagner@...> wrote:

Tnx, Chris.  DTR = CW, and RTS = PTT.  That should be correct.

George.


On 5/9/2018 9:46 PM, Chris Plumblee wrote:
Make sure that the K3 is configured to key with DTR and RTS on the rig control port. That’s a menu item on the K3, but I don’t remember which one. 

Chris wf3c 

On Wed, May 9, 2018 at 5:41 PM GIWagner@... <giwagner@...> wrote:
Hello Kyle, yes, N1MM+ is in the CW mode.  Also, the K3 is in CW.  I
have looked at everything I can think of, but have not found the cure yet!

73, George K5KG

On 5/9/2018 9:18 PM, Kyle Chavis wrote:
> Make sure N1MM is in CW mode.
>
>
> On 5/9/2018 4:53 PM, GIWagner@... wrote:
>>
>> I am keying my K3 directly from the paddle plugged into the "paddle"
>> jack on the back of the K3, but the F-keys are not working.  Paddle
>> keys the K3 just, and the K3's speed control works.  Radio control
>> via Com11 works just fine, but I have no keying from the F-keys (F1,
>> F2, etc.).
>>
>> Using N1MM+ v. 1.0.7170.0 on a Windows 7 machine.
>>
>> Here are my Config settings:
>>
>> Any suggestions, please.
>>
>> 73, George, K5KG
>>
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Re: No CW keying from function keys

GIWagner@k5kg.com
 

Hi Gerry, I had failed to set the CONFIG: PTT-key in the K3.  Once I did that, the F-keys worked just fine.

Tnx, George K5KG



On May 10, 2018, at 06:53, Gerry Hull <gerry@...> wrote:

Also, do you have the CW key box checked in the main body of the configuration dialog?

Check:
- K3 DTR=CW
- Rig + CW checkboxes checked in main configuration dialog on line where you select com port.
- CW on DTR in detail configuration dialog.
- CW macros actually have content for your Operating mode (run vs s&p)

73 Gerry W1VE

On Wed, May 9, 2018 at 5:49 PM GIWagner@... <giwagner@...> wrote:

Tnx, Chris.  DTR = CW, and RTS = PTT.  That should be correct.

George.


On 5/9/2018 9:46 PM, Chris Plumblee wrote:
Make sure that the K3 is configured to key with DTR and RTS on the rig control port. That’s a menu item on the K3, but I don’t remember which one. 

Chris wf3c 

On Wed, May 9, 2018 at 5:41 PM GIWagner@... <giwagner@...> wrote:
Hello Kyle, yes, N1MM+ is in the CW mode.  Also, the K3 is in CW.  I
have looked at everything I can think of, but have not found the cure yet!

73, George K5KG

On 5/9/2018 9:18 PM, Kyle Chavis wrote:
> Make sure N1MM is in CW mode.
>
>
> On 5/9/2018 4:53 PM, GIWagner@... wrote:
>>
>> I am keying my K3 directly from the paddle plugged into the "paddle"
>> jack on the back of the K3, but the F-keys are not working.  Paddle
>> keys the K3 just, and the K3's speed control works.  Radio control
>> via Com11 works just fine, but I have no keying from the F-keys (F1,
>> F2, etc.).
>>
>> Using N1MM+ v. 1.0.7170.0 on a Windows 7 machine.
>>
>> Here are my Config settings:
>>
>> Any suggestions, please.
>>
>> 73, George, K5KG
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Re: No CW keying from function keys

GIWagner@k5kg.com
 

Tnx, John.  I’ll check that.

George


On May 10, 2018, at 06:28, John Bednar <k3ct@...> wrote:

George,

 

Something is causing the text to be too large for the config window. I expect the text in other windows is also truncated.

Typically it is cause by this option in Windows Settings, Display.

 

John, K3CT

 

<image001.jpg>

 

From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] On Behalf Of GIWagner@...
Sent: Wednesday, May 09, 2018 9:46 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerPlus] No CW keying from function keys

 

Hi John, my problem was that I had failed to set CONFIG: PTT-KEY (rts-dtr) in the K3.  Once I set that, the F keys worked.

 

Based on your instr, I have unchecked “Enable both hardware and software PTT”.

 

Regarding “Windows magnification in the video”, I am not using a video, so not sure about your comment.

 

Tnx for getting back to me.

 

73, Geo...


On May 9, 2018, at 20:52, John Bednar <k3ct@...> wrote:

George,

 

Make sure you have CW/Other checked for only the radio com port.

 

<image001.png>

 

 

The K3 often gets confused when hardware and radio command PTT are used together.

Uncheck “Enable Both Hardware and Software PTT”.

 

<image002.png>

 

You must using Windows magnification for the video. Try reducing it so the characters are not hidden in the windows.

 

John, K3CT

 

 

 

From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] On Behalf Of GIWagner@...
Sent: Wednesday, May 09, 2018 4:54 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: [N1MMLoggerPlus] No CW keying from function keys

 

I am keying my K3 directly from the paddle plugged into the "paddle" jack on the back of the K3, but the F-keys are not working.  Paddle keys the K3 just, and the K3's speed control works.  Radio control via Com11 works just fine, but I have no keying from the F-keys (F1, F2, etc.).

Using N1MM+ v. 1.0.7170.0 on a Windows 7 machine.

Here are my Config settings:

<image003.png>

Any suggestions, please.

73, George, K5KG

Re: No CW keying from function keys

GIWagner@k5kg.com
 

Ok, got it.  My display was set to 125%, so I changed it to 100%. Now can see the full image, so tnx for that.

Geo...




On May 10, 2018, at 06:28, John Bednar <k3ct@...> wrote:

George,

 

Something is causing the text to be too large for the config window. I expect the text in other windows is also truncated.

Typically it is cause by this option in Windows Settings, Display.

 

John, K3CT

 

<image001.jpg>

 

From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] On Behalf Of GIWagner@...
Sent: Wednesday, May 09, 2018 9:46 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerPlus] No CW keying from function keys

 

Hi John, my problem was that I had failed to set CONFIG: PTT-KEY (rts-dtr) in the K3.  Once I set that, the F keys worked.

 

Based on your instr, I have unchecked “Enable both hardware and software PTT”.

 

Regarding “Windows magnification in the video”, I am not using a video, so not sure about your comment.

 

Tnx for getting back to me.

 

73, Geo...


On May 9, 2018, at 20:52, John Bednar <k3ct@...> wrote:

George,

 

Make sure you have CW/Other checked for only the radio com port.

 

<image001.png>

 

 

The K3 often gets confused when hardware and radio command PTT are used together.

Uncheck “Enable Both Hardware and Software PTT”.

 

<image002.png>

 

You must using Windows magnification for the video. Try reducing it so the characters are not hidden in the windows.

 

John, K3CT

 

 

 

From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] On Behalf Of GIWagner@...
Sent: Wednesday, May 09, 2018 4:54 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: [N1MMLoggerPlus] No CW keying from function keys

 

I am keying my K3 directly from the paddle plugged into the "paddle" jack on the back of the K3, but the F-keys are not working.  Paddle keys the K3 just, and the K3's speed control works.  Radio control via Com11 works just fine, but I have no keying from the F-keys (F1, F2, etc.).

Using N1MM+ v. 1.0.7170.0 on a Windows 7 machine.

Here are my Config settings:

<image003.png>

Any suggestions, please.

73, George, K5KG

Georgia QSO Party County List Has an Error

Jeff Clarke
 

When I downloaded the latest version of N1MM Logger + I noticed that there was a note that an update was made to the Georgia QSO Party county list. It appears that someone requested a change in N1MM Logger + to the county abbreviation list without consulting either K4BAI or myself who both manage the GQP.

The county abbreviation for Oconee county was changed from OCON (which is correct) to OCNE, which is incorrect. There was a rover station that incorrectly sent OCNE  (not his fault) during the GQP this year that led to a bunch of confusion. I don't think he was using a logging program because he probably would have been alerted to the fact that this was the wrong abbreviation  The version of N1MM Logger+ at the time of the GQP was correct. The abbreviation for Oconee county is OCON.

I was made aware of this and found out there was a typo error in the county list and Oconee was listed as OCNE on the GQP web page. For those who downloaded the PDF county list it was correct. (OCON)  This was all my fault and I corrected it on the web page as soon as I found about about it. Unfortunately this was after the GQP was over.

I'm requesting that the county abbreviation for Oconee county to be changed back to OCON. I'm afraid if this isn't done then that will screw up people that are using N3FJP and other logging programs.

Thanks, Jeff  KU8E

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Re: Georgia QSO Party County List Has an Error

WA7SKG <wa7skg@...>
 

Curious. I believe most of the QSO Parties use three letter county abbreviations. Georgia uses four? I know each contest is entitled to its own rules and the decisions should be made and coordinated with the contest administrators. However, it sure would be nice if the QSO Party administrators could get together and develop a standard for all contests. It is hard to keep straight three/four letter counties and state/county or county/state exchanges, especially when there are multiple contests on a given weekend.

Michael WA7SKG


Jeff Clarke wrote on 05/10/2018 08:18 AM:

When I downloaded the latest version of N1MM Logger + I noticed that there was a note that an update was made to the Georgia QSO Party county list. It appears that someone requested a change in N1MM Logger + to the county abbreviation list without consulting either K4BAI or myself who both manage the GQP.
The county abbreviation for Oconee county was changed from OCON (which is correct) to OCNE, which is incorrect. There was a rover station that incorrectly sent OCNE  (not his fault) during the GQP this year that led to a bunch of confusion. I don't think he was using a logging program because he probably would have been alerted to the fact that this was the wrong abbreviation  The version of N1MM Logger+ at the time of the GQP was correct. The abbreviation for Oconee county is OCON.
I was made aware of this and found out there was a typo error in the county list and Oconee was listed as OCNE on the GQP web page. For those who downloaded the PDF county list it was correct. (OCON)  This was all my fault and I corrected it on the web page as soon as I found about about it. Unfortunately this was after the GQP was over.
I'm requesting that the county abbreviation for Oconee county to be changed back to OCON. I'm afraid if this isn't done then that will screw up people that are using N3FJP and other logging programs.
Thanks, Jeff  KU8E

Re: Georgia QSO Party County List Has an Error

Jay Camac
 

Why is it hard? Copy what is sent. Download/Print the county abbreviations from the QSO Party web page in case the station operating has the wrong info.

73, Jay N4OX

On Thu, May 10, 2018 at 12:10 PM, WA7SKG via Groups.Io <wa7skg@...> wrote:
Curious. I believe most of the QSO Parties use three letter county abbreviations. Georgia uses four? I know each contest is entitled to its own rules and the decisions should be made and coordinated with the contest administrators. However, it sure would be nice if the QSO Party administrators could get together and develop a standard for all contests. It is hard to keep straight three/four letter counties and state/county or county/state exchanges, especially when there are multiple contests on a given weekend.

Michael WA7SKG


Jeff Clarke wrote on 05/10/2018 08:18 AM:
When I downloaded the latest version of N1MM Logger + I noticed that there was a note that an update was made to the Georgia QSO Party county list. It appears that someone requested a change in N1MM Logger + to the county abbreviation list without consulting either K4BAI or myself who both manage the GQP.

The county abbreviation for Oconee county was changed from OCON (which is correct) to OCNE, which is incorrect. There was a rover station that incorrectly sent OCNE  (not his fault) during the GQP this year that led to a bunch of confusion. I don't think he was using a logging program because he probably would have been alerted to the fact that this was the wrong abbreviation  The version of N1MM Logger+ at the time of the GQP was correct. The abbreviation for Oconee county is OCON.

I was made aware of this and found out there was a typo error in the county list and Oconee was listed as OCNE on the GQP web page. For those who downloaded the PDF county list it was correct. (OCON)  This was all my fault and I corrected it on the web page as soon as I found about about it. Unfortunately this was after the GQP was over.

I'm requesting that the county abbreviation for Oconee county to be changed back to OCON. I'm afraid if this isn't done then that will screw up people that are using N3FJP and other logging programs.

Thanks, Jeff  KU8E




Re: Georgia QSO Party County List Has an Error

Jeff Clarke
 

Mike,

I inherited it about a year ago and that's what the abbreviations have always been. BTW there are many QSO parties that use a four character abbreviations. Case in point both 7QP and NEQP this past weekend.

You can't make every State QSO party the same. Some are shorter because people would get bored because of lack of activity. Others like ours (GQP) are longer because we get lots of activity.  Same can be said about CQP, PAQP, FQP and TXQP.  Plus we have lots of counties and rover activity that keep those outside of GA interested. BTW you don't have to keep everything straight... That's the whole purpose of the logging program you are using.

Jeff  KU8E Co-Administrator of GQP


On 5/10/2018 1:10 PM, WA7SKG via Groups.Io wrote:
Curious. I believe most of the QSO Parties use three letter county abbreviations. Georgia uses four? I know each contest is entitled to its own rules and the decisions should be made and coordinated with the contest administrators. However, it sure would be nice if the QSO Party administrators could get together and develop a standard for all contests. It is hard to keep straight three/four letter counties and state/county or county/state exchanges, especially when there are multiple contests on a given weekend.

Michael WA7SKG


Jeff Clarke wrote on 05/10/2018 08:18 AM:
When I downloaded the latest version of N1MM Logger + I noticed that there was a note that an update was made to the Georgia QSO Party county list. It appears that someone requested a change in N1MM Logger + to the county abbreviation list without consulting either K4BAI or myself who both manage the GQP.

The county abbreviation for Oconee county was changed from OCON (which is correct) to OCNE, which is incorrect. There was a rover station that incorrectly sent OCNE  (not his fault) during the GQP this year that led to a bunch of confusion. I don't think he was using a logging program because he probably would have been alerted to the fact that this was the wrong abbreviation  The version of N1MM Logger+ at the time of the GQP was correct. The abbreviation for Oconee county is OCON.

I was made aware of this and found out there was a typo error in the county list and Oconee was listed as OCNE on the GQP web page. For those who downloaded the PDF county list it was correct. (OCON)  This was all my fault and I corrected it on the web page as soon as I found about about it. Unfortunately this was after the GQP was over.

I'm requesting that the county abbreviation for Oconee county to be changed back to OCON. I'm afraid if this isn't done then that will screw up people that are using N3FJP and other logging programs.

Thanks, Jeff  KU8E





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Re: Georgia QSO Party County List Has an Error

Jim Stahl K8MR
 

Georgia has a lot of counties, and even if taking the fist four letters of the county, there are multiple pairs or triplets having the first four letters. Therefore, Georgia has to do some arbitrary abbreviation inventing.


73  -  Jim



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From: WA7SKG via Groups.Io <wa7skg@...>
To: N1MMLoggerPlus <N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io>
Sent: Thu, May 10, 2018 1:10 pm
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerPlus] Georgia QSO Party County List Has an Error

Curious. I believe most of the QSO Parties use three letter county
abbreviations. Georgia uses four? I know each contest is entitled to its
own rules and the decisions should be made and coordinated with the
contest administrators. However, it sure would be nice if the QSO Party
administrators could get together and develop a standard for all
contests. It is hard to keep straight three/four letter counties and
state/county or county/state exchanges, especially when there are
multiple contests on a given weekend.

Michael WA7SKG

Re: Georgia QSO Party County List Has an Error

WA7SKG <wa7skg@...>
 

I participated in 7QP last weekend. Both 7QP and NEQP use three letter county abbreviations. We operated a county line, ORCRO/ORWHE (Crook and Wheeler)(See http://ws7n.net/7QP/new/Page.asp?content=geo), and worked many NEQP stations that gave three letter county exchanges, i.e. HILNH. (See https://neqp.org/counties.html)

As I said, "...each contest is entitled to its own rules and the decisions should be made and coordinated with the contest administrators." And, yes, other contests (i.e. Michigan QSO Party) also use four character county abbreviations.

So, sorry, I guess my comment about three vs four character abbreviations was premature. The main point is to participate and have fun.

73,
Michael WA7SKG



Jeff Clarke wrote on 05/10/2018 10:50 AM:

Mike,
I inherited it about a year ago and that's what the abbreviations have always been. BTW there are many QSO parties that use a four character abbreviations. Case in point both 7QP and NEQP this past weekend.

Re: Georgia QSO Party County List Has an Error

WA7SKG <wa7skg@...>
 

I had no idea Georgia had 159 counties, second only to Texas! Wow, no wonder you use four letter abbreviations. Thank goodness for computers. I'll bet manual scoring in the old days took weeks.

73,
Michael WA7SKG


Jim Stahl via Groups.Io wrote on 05/10/2018 11:20 AM:

Georgia has a lot of counties, and even if taking the fist four letters of the county, there are multiple pairs or triplets having the first four letters. Therefore, Georgia has to do some arbitrary abbreviation inventing.
73  -  Jim

Re: Georgia QSO Party County List Has an Error

Skip
 

Delaware has 3 counties, one character abbreviations would work.  I've sort of given up now, but at one time one of my goals was to work all 3 in the same DEQP.  I never did.  California has 58 counties.  CQP used to use 3 char abbreviations but moved to 4 because a number of the obvious 3-char ones were annoyingly close to each other and several are San <mumble> or Santa <mumble>.  I've wondered how many Lincoln counties there are, I saw a table once that was way to complex and long to count.

73,

Fred ["Skip"] K6DGW
Sparks NV DM09dn
Washoe County

On 5/10/2018 11:38 AM, WA7SKG via Groups.Io wrote:
I had no idea Georgia had 159 counties, second only to Texas! Wow, no wonder you use four letter abbreviations. Thank goodness for computers. I'll bet manual scoring in the old days took weeks.

73,
Michael WA7SKG

TU?

Jeff WB9DAR
 

Here’s a question for an acronym challenged ham just getting back into digital. 
What does TU stand for? In my CW days thank You was “tnx” or is TU a shortened version of BTU (back to you)?
thanks & 73
Jeff

Re: TU?

Al Rovner, K7AR
 

Very easy TU = Thank You

Re: TU?

Jim Cassidy
 

sometimes shortened to X.



From: "Al K7AR" <k7ar@...>
To: "MM" <N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io>
Sent: Thursday, May 10, 2018 2:28:41 PM
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerPlus] TU?

Very easy TU = Thank You

Re: TU?

Tim Richardson
 

Before home computers with sound cards and software took over the digital modes, a terminal unit was commonly referred to as a TU. It was a hardware interface for RTTY and other digital modes.

73,

Tim WS4V

On 5/10/2018 5:12 PM, jeff L wrote:
Here’s a question for an acronym challenged ham just getting back into digital. 
What does TU stand for? In my CW days thank You was “tnx” or is TU a shortened version of BTU (back to you)?
thanks & 73
Jeff


Re: Georgia QSO Party County List Has an Error

John Bednar
 

Michael,

Open the Multiplier, County/Other window. It lists all of the abbreviations and those you worked.

If you don't see all of the abbreviations, right click in the Multiplier window and uncheck "Show Only Worked & Expected to be Worked Mults".

John, K3CT

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From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] On Behalf Of WA7SKG via Groups.Io
Sent: Thursday, May 10, 2018 1:10 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerPlus] Georgia QSO Party County List Has an Error

Curious. I believe most of the QSO Parties use three letter county
abbreviations. Georgia uses four? I know each contest is entitled to its
own rules and the decisions should be made and coordinated with the
contest administrators. However, it sure would be nice if the QSO Party
administrators could get together and develop a standard for all
contests. It is hard to keep straight three/four letter counties and
state/county or county/state exchanges, especially when there are
multiple contests on a given weekend.

Michael WA7SKG


Jeff Clarke wrote on 05/10/2018 08:18 AM:
When I downloaded the latest version of N1MM Logger + I noticed that
there was a note that an update was made to the Georgia QSO Party county
list. It appears that someone requested a change in N1MM Logger + to the
county abbreviation list without consulting either K4BAI or myself who
both manage the GQP.

The county abbreviation for Oconee county was changed from OCON (which
is correct) to OCNE, which is incorrect. There was a rover station that
incorrectly sent OCNE� (not his fault) during the GQP this year that led
to a bunch of confusion. I don't think he was using a logging program
because he probably would have been alerted to the fact that this was
the wrong abbreviation� The version of N1MM Logger+ at the time of the
GQP was correct. The abbreviation for Oconee county is OCON.

I was made aware of this and found out there was a typo error in the
county list and Oconee was listed as OCNE on the GQP web page. For those
who downloaded the PDF county list it was correct. (OCON)� This was all
my fault and I corrected it on the web page as soon as I found about
about it. Unfortunately this was after the GQP was over.

I'm requesting that the county abbreviation for Oconee county to be
changed back to OCON. I'm afraid if this isn't done then that will screw
up people that are using N3FJP and other logging programs.

Thanks, Jeff� KU8E

Unknown Screen

Michael Daly
 

I recently updated N1MM+ and now have this screen I’ve never seen before.  Any idea what’s up?  I operate cw

73, Mike, N5SJ

 


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