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Re: How to have two different configurations of AC Log's on same computer.

Scott Davis
 

Hi Mel,

Thanks for your e-mail. This FAQ applies to a multi-ham family set up, but can be used for your situation as well.


http://www.n3fjp.com/faq.html#q92

Be well and enjoy!

73, Kimberly, KA3SEQ

Serving the Amateur Radio community with contesting and general logging software since 1997.

1 Peter 3 vs 15: Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect...


-----Original Message-----
From: Mel - N7GCO - Cheney, WA <teammel@...>
To: N3FJPSoftwareUsers@groups.io
Sent: Wed, Feb 24, 2021 2:44 pm
Subject: [N3FJPSoftwareUsers] How to have two different configurations of AC Log's on same computer.

I would like to have my normal AC Log setup on my laptop to use when portable.
But I would also like to have a modified version of AC Log to use with POTA on the same computer.
WHat is the best way to run two separate versions on AC Log on the same computer?


Re: If I Created a POTA Log?

Matt Heere
 

Hi Scott,

It's an interesting question.  I have no real problems using ACLog for POTA, but there are things that could be better:

  1. The required customization is relatively easy, but could be eliminated with a dedicated program.
  2. Handling of "multiples" could be streamlined.  It is possible to be at multiple park designators simultaneously, but there is no good way to account for this inside of ACLog.  It means manual "search and replace" work in the exported ADIF before submitting to POTA.
  3. Likewise when you hunt a multiple it counts as two (or more) QSOs.  Since everything except the park designator is identical it would be nice to speed up the entry process rather than having to log everything more than once from scratch.
  4. Duplicate QSO detection that followed the rules of POTA.  Right now when I enter a callsign, if I've worked them before I see the QSO pop up in the top of the window, but if I changed bands or modes I have to scour that record to see if it's a duplicate or not.  A POTA logger could, if CAT connected to the rig, determine that for me and color code appropriately.
  5. Options to easily export just the set of contacts that were from a park on a UTC day would save a manual selection step or having to create new log DB for each activation
  6. Ultimately we're going to get "self-service" log uploads for POTA.  Direct integration with this so that the ADIF step isn't really visible to the user would be awesome.
  7. There's a CSV file available to us that includes a complete listing of the park designators.  Being able to import this and use it both to select my park, as well as validate any park designators I receive, would be handy.
  8. I know this isn't your bag, but in case any other developers are reading - iOS support.  Honestly our #1 POTA logging problem at the moment is the lack of a good iOS app.  A way to import CSV into your POTA app and use it to generate the required ADIF (or direct upload) would at least give the iOS crowd the option of using a spreadsheet for data entry.
  9. Automatic check for Internet connectivity and corresponding auto-switch between QRZ and local call data lookup would save me a lot of "oh crud - I forgot to...." moments when trying to enter the 1st QSO.  It seems to be a crap shoot whether I'll have cell service (and so hotspot) at any given park.
  10. Not POTA specific, but I wanted to have 10 things :)  A partial callsign "helper" would be, well - helpful.  I pick pieces of a callsign out of the pileup all the time.  Would be great to be able to enter them and see what calls in the DB match what I have.  

I'm sure there's more if I put some thought into it or ask around for ideas.  As always - happy to help however I can.

73's - Matt - N3NWV


How to have two different configurations of AC Log's on same computer.

Mel - N7GCO - Cheney, WA
 

I would like to have my normal AC Log setup on my laptop to use when portable.
But I would also like to have a modified version of AC Log to use with POTA on the same computer.
WHat is the best way to run two separate versions on AC Log on the same computer?


Re: If I Created a POTA Log?

Mel - N7GCO - Cheney, WA
 

I would really love to have a separate POTA Log, built on one of the contest logs. They work excellent and it would sure be simpler to have a dedicated separate log.
Scott, hope you will consider developing one. I would really appreciate it.

Mel
N7GCO


Re: SC QSO Party 201 #contest

Scott Davis
 

Hi Van,

Thanks for your e-mail. From the menu options click Change County. On the form that appears, click the button to add additional counties.

Be well and enjoy!

73, Kimberly, KA3SEQ

Serving the Amateur Radio community with contesting and general logging software since 1997.

1 Peter 3 vs 15: Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect...


-----Original Message-----
From: Van Herridge <vanherridge@...>
To: N3FJPSoftwareUsers@groups.io
Sent: Tue, Feb 23, 2021 5:59 pm
Subject: [N3FJPSoftwareUsers] SC QSO Party 201 #contest

How can I list several counties if I am on a border between counties?
Respectfully,
Van  N4VGE


Re: If I Created a POTA Log?

WA7WS
 

I'm certainly no guru on this.  I've modified the template according to Matt Heere's video with one exception.  I added an "other" that is labelled "My Park" only because when i go thru my logs I don't have to wonder "what park is K-2233"..  Now, when I look at my log with thousands of park entries I know that Park K-2233 is Eagle Island SP.  While not necessary, it is very helpful and will be more so as I branch out from my local area and into other states.

If a clean, lightweight logger is created.. it would be nice to be able to add an "other" or two to personalize it for something like My Park.  Honestly, I don't care about Power, Sent/Rec or Operator as it's always myself.  I would guess if there were multiple operators such as a club event, that could be added as an "Other" with the proper label such as "Operator"

Bill
WA7WS


Re: Can N7YG Digital Engine and ACLog be used with a FlexRadio?

Jeff Steinkamp
 

Bill. if the radio support Keying vai the software interface, it will work, assuming that is defined in the definition file for that rig.  I need to update that in the Help and I'll fix that shortly so it is  in the next release.

Bill Speedie via groups.io wrote on 2/23/2021 17:05:

Having happily used Scott’s software for years with my Flex 6500, I installed the N7YG Digital Engine but found when setting it up that the documentation says “At this time there is no provision to key the radio using software control via the radio’s CAT interface.”  Is this still the case, or might one of the software packages have had a recent change that’s not reflected in the DE manual?  Thanks for any info.

Bill, KA6T

--
Jeff K. Steinkamp (N7YG)
Tucson, AZ
Scud Missile Coordinates
N32.2319 W110.8477


Re: If I Created a POTA Log?

Jim Shorney
 

Agreed that ACL can be customized to work very well for POTA. But it is worth considering that a percentage of activators want a clean and simple (relatively) lightweight logger that they can just load and go. Also there is a subset who are simply not computer savvy and configuring a program like ACL is like rocket science to them. Somme of them have never logged a contact in their life before POTA. As a log manager for two programs I have seen it all. In the end it is up to Scott if he wants to do this and he will decide what's best for his business.

73 & 44,

-Jim
NU0C

Zero District POTA Area Coordinator
http://www.parksontheair.com/
Zero and Seven Districts WWFF-KFF Log Manager
https://wwffkff.wordpress.com/


On Wed, 24 Feb 2021 03:39:12 +0000 (UTC)
"Charlie Pitchford via groups.io" <cpitchford3=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:

Greeting,
I am somewhat new with POTA. I've been hunting for a couple of months and have one activation with more in my future plans.
I have found that ACLog works just fine for POTA activations. Trust me, as an activator, if I can figure out how to tweak ACLog to log POTA contacts, including Park-2-Park, and upload to the POTA website at the end of the day then anybody can.
Not sure I see the need for a special POTA logging program.
Charlie, N4QET
On Tuesday, February 23, 2021, 09:31:27 PM EST, Jim Shorney <jshorney@inebraska.com> wrote:

Thanks for considering this, Scott!

What needs to be in the log is pretty much the same between the two programs.

Mandatory fields are Date, Time, Band, Mode, and Callsign worked.

Not mandatory at this time but strongly encouraged:

OPERATOR callsign
STATION_CALLSIGN (if different than OPERATOR)
MY_SIG_INFO reference number of the entity activated
SIG_INFO reference number of a entity worked for park-to-park contacts

Nice to have for various reasons:

MY_STATE, MY_CNTY, and MY_GRIDSQUARE (allows direct upload with correct station location to LoTW)
SIG and MY_SIG (program name, i.e. POTA, WWFF, SOTA, etc., helpful for operator data crunching)
FREQ (many ops like to log frequency)
Other fields like name, state/province, and country of the station worked as well as Comments.

There may be other fields that some ops would like to have. I'm not familiar with the requirements of the various programs but there may be enough crossover with SOTA, Lighthouses, and other programs that would make a generic special interest group/special event logger practical. It might be helpful to have a look at Genlog to see how it handles all of this.

IMO I think what bothers some ops is the arcane names of some of the fields, particularly the SIG (special interest group) fields. The differentiation between OPERATOR and STATION_CALLSIGN is another bit of slightly advanced knowledge. Although either or both may be used (or not) for generic operations it should be clear what special situations they are desirable for.

Of course CAT control and integration with ACL probably goes without saying. :)

I would love to see some of the special interest activators weigh in on this, Speak up guys!

73 & 44,

-Jim
NU0C

Zero District POTA Area Coordinator
http://www.parksontheair.com/
Zero and Seven Districts WWFF-KFF Log Manager
https://wwffkff.wordpress.com/




On Tue, 23 Feb 2021 08:11:53 -0800
"Michael WA7SKG" <wa7skg@wa7skg.com> wrote:

Please keep in mind that World Wide Flora and Fauna (WWFF) and Parks On
The Air (POTA) are two distinctly different programs with different
requirements and park numbers.

Michael WA7SKG

Scott Davis via groups.io wrote on 2/23/21 8:01 AM:

Hi All,

While I've had lots of great reports from folks who have configured AC
Log for POTA as detailed here:

How do I configure AC Log for proper ADIF output for WWFF Parks on the
Air (POTA)? <http://www.n3fjp.com/faq.html#q107>

http://www.n3fjp.com/faq.html#q107

I continue to receive requests for a dedicated POTA logger.

When I create contest specific applications, I know exactly what I want
them to do, but I've not operated POTA much, I don't know what you would
like to see and what a stand alone application built on a contest
software template would do, that would be superior to how AC Log
supports POTA already.

If you all can collectively brainstorm a clear and specific vision of
what that would look like, if time and tide allow, I will consider a
POTA specific application.  The main caveat is that I must be able to
adapt an existing contest template (at least in terms of states /
sections worked and / or any lists, such as the ARRL DX software format).

In short, if you can nail down and agree on something clear and
specific, that is obtainable from my existing templates and is superior
to how AC Log supports POTA, while I can't promise, I will try.

I am looking forward to seeing what emerges from the consensus of your
brainstorming!

73, Scott
N3FJP
_http://www.n3fjp.com_ <http://www.n3fjp.com/>














Re: If I Created a POTA Log?

Charlie Pitchford
 

Greeting,

I am somewhat new with POTA. I've been hunting for a couple of months and have one activation with more in my future plans.

I have found that ACLog works just fine for POTA activations. Trust me, as an activator, if I can figure out how to tweak ACLog to log POTA contacts, including Park-2-Park, and upload to the POTA website at the end of the day then anybody can.

Not sure I see the need for a special POTA logging program.

Charlie, N4QET

On Tuesday, February 23, 2021, 09:31:27 PM EST, Jim Shorney <jshorney@...> wrote:


Thanks for considering this, Scott!

What needs to be in the log is pretty much the same between the two programs.

Mandatory fields are Date, Time, Band, Mode, and Callsign worked.

Not mandatory at this time but strongly encouraged:

OPERATOR callsign
STATION_CALLSIGN (if different than OPERATOR)
MY_SIG_INFO reference number of the entity activated
SIG_INFO reference number of a entity worked for park-to-park contacts

Nice to have for various reasons:

MY_STATE, MY_CNTY, and MY_GRIDSQUARE (allows direct upload with correct station location to LoTW)
SIG and MY_SIG (program name, i.e. POTA, WWFF, SOTA, etc., helpful for operator data crunching)
FREQ (many ops like to log frequency)
Other fields like name, state/province, and country of the station worked as well as Comments.

There may be other fields that some ops would like to have. I'm not familiar with the requirements of the various programs but there may be enough crossover with SOTA, Lighthouses, and other programs that would make a generic special interest group/special event logger practical. It might be helpful to have a look at Genlog to see how it handles all of this.

IMO I think what bothers some ops is the arcane names of some of the fields, particularly the SIG (special interest group) fields. The differentiation between OPERATOR and STATION_CALLSIGN is another bit of slightly advanced knowledge. Although either or both may be used (or not) for generic operations it should be clear what special situations they are desirable for.

Of course CAT control and integration with ACL probably goes without saying. :)

I would love to see some of the special interest activators weigh in on this, Speak up guys!

73 & 44,

-Jim
NU0C

Zero District POTA Area Coordinator
http://www.parksontheair.com/
Zero and Seven Districts WWFF-KFF Log Manager
https://wwffkff.wordpress.com/




On Tue, 23 Feb 2021 08:11:53 -0800
"Michael WA7SKG" <wa7skg@...> wrote:

> Please keep in mind that World Wide Flora and Fauna (WWFF) and Parks On
> The Air (POTA) are two distinctly different programs with different
> requirements and park numbers.
>
> Michael WA7SKG
>
> Scott Davis via groups.io wrote on 2/23/21 8:01 AM:
> >
> > Hi All,
> >
> > While I've had lots of great reports from folks who have configured AC
> > Log for POTA as detailed here:
> >
> > How do I configure AC Log for proper ADIF output for WWFF Parks on the
> > Air (POTA)? <http://www.n3fjp.com/faq.html#q107>
> >
> > http://www.n3fjp.com/faq.html#q107
> >
> > I continue to receive requests for a dedicated POTA logger.
> >
> > When I create contest specific applications, I know exactly what I want
> > them to do, but I've not operated POTA much, I don't know what you would
> > like to see and what a stand alone application built on a contest
> > software template would do, that would be superior to how AC Log
> > supports POTA already.
> >
> > If you all can collectively brainstorm a clear and specific vision of
> > what that would look like, if time and tide allow, I will consider a
> > POTA specific application.  The main caveat is that I must be able to
> > adapt an existing contest template (at least in terms of states /
> > sections worked and / or any lists, such as the ARRL DX software format).
> >
> > In short, if you can nail down and agree on something clear and
> > specific, that is obtainable from my existing templates and is superior
> > to how AC Log supports POTA, while I can't promise, I will try.
> >
> > I am looking forward to seeing what emerges from the consensus of your
> > brainstorming!
> >
> > 73, Scott
> > N3FJP
> > _http://www.n3fjp.com_ <http://www.n3fjp.com/>
>
>
>
>
>







Re: Alert for Countries Needed

Jim Shorney
 

The SpotCollector and DXKeeper modules of the DXLab suite are powerful tools. I use them to track my needs while I use ACL as my primary logger. DXView and PropView are also handy...

73

-Jim
NU0C

On Tue, 23 Feb 2021 08:29:34 -0800
"Bo W4GHV" <bobarr@gmail.com> wrote:

Butch,  An interesting topic that begs fancy solutions.
I've tried customizing my profile on ve7cc cluster and using ve7cc as my dx spots.
Using it along with clublog and Win4icom I've had decent results.
I haven't refined this and use JTALERT and ACL to help with audible alerts.
I guess I need a consise summary of the best way to do this, for this old scrambled brain.
I'm 80 and need to wipe out the remaining 100 countries.
--
73, Bo W4GHV since '54
https://www.qrz.com/db/W4GHV





Re: If I Created a POTA Log?

Jim Shorney
 

Thanks for considering this, Scott!

What needs to be in the log is pretty much the same between the two programs.

Mandatory fields are Date, Time, Band, Mode, and Callsign worked.

Not mandatory at this time but strongly encouraged:

OPERATOR callsign
STATION_CALLSIGN (if different than OPERATOR)
MY_SIG_INFO reference number of the entity activated
SIG_INFO reference number of a entity worked for park-to-park contacts

Nice to have for various reasons:

MY_STATE, MY_CNTY, and MY_GRIDSQUARE (allows direct upload with correct station location to LoTW)
SIG and MY_SIG (program name, i.e. POTA, WWFF, SOTA, etc., helpful for operator data crunching)
FREQ (many ops like to log frequency)
Other fields like name, state/province, and country of the station worked as well as Comments.

There may be other fields that some ops would like to have. I'm not familiar with the requirements of the various programs but there may be enough crossover with SOTA, Lighthouses, and other programs that would make a generic special interest group/special event logger practical. It might be helpful to have a look at Genlog to see how it handles all of this.

IMO I think what bothers some ops is the arcane names of some of the fields, particularly the SIG (special interest group) fields. The differentiation between OPERATOR and STATION_CALLSIGN is another bit of slightly advanced knowledge. Although either or both may be used (or not) for generic operations it should be clear what special situations they are desirable for.

Of course CAT control and integration with ACL probably goes without saying. :)

I would love to see some of the special interest activators weigh in on this, Speak up guys!

73 & 44,

-Jim
NU0C

Zero District POTA Area Coordinator
http://www.parksontheair.com/
Zero and Seven Districts WWFF-KFF Log Manager
https://wwffkff.wordpress.com/




On Tue, 23 Feb 2021 08:11:53 -0800
"Michael WA7SKG" <wa7skg@wa7skg.com> wrote:

Please keep in mind that World Wide Flora and Fauna (WWFF) and Parks On
The Air (POTA) are two distinctly different programs with different
requirements and park numbers.

Michael WA7SKG

Scott Davis via groups.io wrote on 2/23/21 8:01 AM:

Hi All,

While I've had lots of great reports from folks who have configured AC
Log for POTA as detailed here:

How do I configure AC Log for proper ADIF output for WWFF Parks on the
Air (POTA)? <http://www.n3fjp.com/faq.html#q107>

http://www.n3fjp.com/faq.html#q107

I continue to receive requests for a dedicated POTA logger.

When I create contest specific applications, I know exactly what I want
them to do, but I've not operated POTA much, I don't know what you would
like to see and what a stand alone application built on a contest
software template would do, that would be superior to how AC Log
supports POTA already.

If you all can collectively brainstorm a clear and specific vision of
what that would look like, if time and tide allow, I will consider a
POTA specific application.  The main caveat is that I must be able to
adapt an existing contest template (at least in terms of states /
sections worked and / or any lists, such as the ARRL DX software format).

In short, if you can nail down and agree on something clear and
specific, that is obtainable from my existing templates and is superior
to how AC Log supports POTA, while I can't promise, I will try.

I am looking forward to seeing what emerges from the consensus of your
brainstorming!

73, Scott
N3FJP
_http://www.n3fjp.com_ <http://www.n3fjp.com/>




Re: Can N7YG Digital Engine and ACLog be used with a FlexRadio?

JoAnn Donaldson
 

Bill,
    I have been Beta testing his software for some time. Rig control works great. He just added a new feature that will also change the band setting in the N3FJP Loggers. There is an interface screen that allows you to select which comm port will Key the Rig and/or key FSK if you have it. I use the DE Engine for all my RTTY operations and contest. Email me at joannplano2005@... and I will walk you thru how to set it up.

JoAnn
AB8YZ

On Tuesday, February 23, 2021, 6:05:33 PM CST, Bill Speedie via groups.io <pdxer0@...> wrote:


Having happily used Scott’s software for years with my Flex 6500, I installed the N7YG Digital Engine but found when setting it up that the documentation says “At this time there is no provision to key the radio using software control via the radio’s CAT interface.”  Is this still the case, or might one of the software packages have had a recent change that’s not reflected in the DE manual?  Thanks for any info.

Bill, KA6T


Can N7YG Digital Engine and ACLog be used with a FlexRadio?

Bill Speedie
 

Having happily used Scott’s software for years with my Flex 6500, I installed the N7YG Digital Engine but found when setting it up that the documentation says “At this time there is no provision to key the radio using software control via the radio’s CAT interface.”  Is this still the case, or might one of the software packages have had a recent change that’s not reflected in the DE manual?  Thanks for any info.

Bill, KA6T


SC QSO Party 201 #contest

Van Herridge
 

How can I list several counties if I am on a border between counties?
Respectfully,
Van  N4VGE


Re: If I Created a POTA Log?

Van Herridge
 

I would keep the QRZ connection and lookup.  I modified AC Log and it is working fine.
Van  N4VGE


Re: Bearing, Distant and Cont.

Scott Davis
 

Hi Dennis,

Thanks for your follow up.  It does  You missed this portion of the FAQ here:

The bearing and distance works best for DX. With versions 1.8 and later, I have included the latitude and longitude of the state capitals so, when you enter the state, the calculations should reflect the bearing and distance from your QTH to the state capital. Additionally, Jim's country files now include the Lat & Long for some US call areas. Click View > Country List to see which ones.

Also, some of the callbook lookup options return Lat and Long and AC Log will use these values to calculate bearing and distance. In addition, if you are recording the grid square, the bearing and distance will update based on the value you enter in the grid square field.

So, in short, as long as you are accurately providing both your Lat / Long as well as the station you are working's Lat / Long, the values should update accordingly, but if the data source for call book lookup isn't returning that data (not all services have the data for all contacts), there is no way for AC Log to perform the calculation.

---

Here is an example of the calculation where QRZ data is used, which accurately shows a local ham, just 5 miles away from me:

Capture.JPG

Enjoy!

73, Scott
N3FJP

Serving the Amateur Radio community with contesting and general logging software since 1997.

1 Peter 3 vs 15: Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect...


-----Original Message-----
From: Dennis Wage <dwage@...>
To: N3FJPSoftwareUsers@groups.io
Sent: Tue, Feb 23, 2021 3:47 pm
Subject: Re: [N3FJPSoftwareUsers] Bearing, Distant and Cont.

Yeah I knew that. I was just wondering why you couldn't subistitube the lat and lon with the data from QRZ.

Dennis M. Wage (W9BOQ)

245 Corum Hill Road
Castalian Springs, TN 37031
(615) 310-4242 Cell
(615) 562-5128 Home
http://hammondb3organ.net


On Tue, Feb 23, 2021 at 7:03 AM Scott Davis via groups.io <SNKDavis=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hi Dennis,

Thanks for your e-mail. You will find more information here:

The AC Log bearing and distance doesn’t seem to work properly for stateside QSOs?


Be well and enjoy!

73, Kimberly, KA3SEQ

Serving the Amateur Radio community with contesting and general logging software since 1997.

1 Peter 3 vs 15: Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect...


-----Original Message-----
From: Dennis Wage <dwage@...>
To: N3FJPSoftwareUsers@groups.io
Sent: Mon, Feb 22, 2021 7:39 pm
Subject: [N3FJPSoftwareUsers] Bearing, Distant and Cont.

Is there anyway to make these three values be calculated from the info received from QRZ?
So that they are more precise.

Dennis M. Wage (W9BOQ)

245 Corum Hill Road
Castalian Springs, TN 37031
(615) 310-4242 Cell
(615) 562-5128 Home
http://hammondb3organ.net


Re: Text Box and Label Issues

Scott Davis
 

Hi Jim,

Thanks for your e-mail.  The two things I can think to suggest are:

-  Click Settings > Appearance > Form Size and start with a smaller percentage.  You can still drag the edges of the form to your desired size, but your fonts will be smaller from the get go.

-  You might also check your monitor settings to make sure your font display is at 100% and not a larger value.

Enjoy!

73, Scott
N3FJP

Serving the Amateur Radio community with contesting and general logging software since 1997.

1 Peter 3 vs 15: Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect...


-----Original Message-----
From: James Goff <goffmaine@...>
To: N3FJPSoftwareUsers@groups.io
Sent: Tue, Feb 23, 2021 3:07 pm
Subject: Re: [N3FJPSoftwareUsers] Text Box and Label Issues

The issue seems the inability on this monitor to change the size of the Text box below the label.
-Jim

James H. Goff
207-944-3297 (c)
 


On Tue, Feb 23, 2021 at 3:01 PM James Goff via groups.io <goffmaine=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
During some work in Settings>Appearance>Color and Fonts: Regardless of changes I make in Text Font, the Label 'banner' horizontally overlaps the Text in the Label box by about 50%. As this is true on only one of my monitors, I'm suspecting a PC video/display board issue. Has anyone else seen this? Is there a remedy within ACLog?  (I understand the size of the label cannot be changed.) Thanks
    
73, Jim W1JHG



Re: Bearing, Distant and Cont.

Dennis Wage
 

Yeah I knew that. I was just wondering why you couldn't subistitube the lat and lon with the data from QRZ.

Dennis M. Wage (W9BOQ)

245 Corum Hill Road
Castalian Springs, TN 37031
(615) 310-4242 Cell
(615) 562-5128 Home
http://hammondb3organ.net


On Tue, Feb 23, 2021 at 7:03 AM Scott Davis via groups.io <SNKDavis=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hi Dennis,

Thanks for your e-mail. You will find more information here:

The AC Log bearing and distance doesn’t seem to work properly for stateside QSOs?


Be well and enjoy!

73, Kimberly, KA3SEQ

Serving the Amateur Radio community with contesting and general logging software since 1997.

1 Peter 3 vs 15: Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect...


-----Original Message-----
From: Dennis Wage <dwage@...>
To: N3FJPSoftwareUsers@groups.io
Sent: Mon, Feb 22, 2021 7:39 pm
Subject: [N3FJPSoftwareUsers] Bearing, Distant and Cont.

Is there anyway to make these three values be calculated from the info received from QRZ?
So that they are more precise.

Dennis M. Wage (W9BOQ)

245 Corum Hill Road
Castalian Springs, TN 37031
(615) 310-4242 Cell
(615) 562-5128 Home
http://hammondb3organ.net


Re: Text Box and Label Issues

James Goff
 

The issue seems the inability on this monitor to change the size of the Text box below the label.
-Jim

James H. Goff
207-944-3297 (c)
 


On Tue, Feb 23, 2021 at 3:01 PM James Goff via groups.io <goffmaine=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
During some work in Settings>Appearance>Color and Fonts: Regardless of changes I make in Text Font, the Label 'banner' horizontally overlaps the Text in the Label box by about 50%. As this is true on only one of my monitors, I'm suspecting a PC video/display board issue. Has anyone else seen this? Is there a remedy within ACLog?  (I understand the size of the label cannot be changed.) Thanks
    
73, Jim W1JHG



Text Box and Label Issues

James Goff
 

During some work in Settings>Appearance>Color and Fonts: Regardless of changes I make in Text Font, the Label 'banner' horizontally overlaps the Text in the Label box by about 50%. As this is true on only one of my monitors, I'm suspecting a PC video/display board issue. Has anyone else seen this? Is there a remedy within ACLog?  (I understand the size of the label cannot be changed.) Thanks
    
73, Jim W1JHG


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