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Re: Last Call for 2.5 Bugs!

Thomas Giella KN4LF <kn4lf@...>
 

I downloaded v2.5 beta on the 13th. should I consider it to be complete and bug free or should I download it again later today to get all the updates? What do you mean by zones? I tested the auto CQ zones calculation and it works fine. 
 
73,
Thomas F. Giella, KN4LF
Plant City, FL, USA  
EL87WX
 
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----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, November 15, 2003 7:56 AM
Subject: [N3FJP_Software_Users] Last Call for 2.5 Bugs!

Hi All,

Unless I have missed an e-mail item (certainly possible with all the e-mail flying back and forth) I believe all the issues related to the 2.5 upgrade have been addressed.  No one has responded to my queries regarding the zones so I'm putting that aside unless something new comes to light there.

Unless I hear something in the next few hours I plan to put 2.5 up on the website later today.

Thanks so much for all your help, testing and input.  The program is much better because of it and I can't thank you all enough.

73,

Scott, N3FJP
snkdavis@...
www.n3fjp.com

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


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Last Call for 2.5 Bugs!

Scott Davis
 

Hi All,

Unless I have missed an e-mail item (certainly possible with all the e-mail flying back and forth) I believe all the issues related to the 2.5 upgrade have been addressed.  No one has responded to my queries regarding the zones so I'm putting that aside unless something new comes to light there.

Unless I hear something in the next few hours I plan to put 2.5 up on the website later today.

Thanks so much for all your help, testing and input.  The program is much better because of it and I can't thank you all enough.

73,

Scott, N3FJP
snkdavis@...
www.n3fjp.com

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


Re: FT-920 CAT

Scott Davis
 

Hi Craig,
 
Super, thanks for the good report.  I appreciate knowing that the polling rate could be a problem.  That is the first time that has come to light.  Thanks for continuing to try to get the software going.
 
73,
 
Scott, N3FJP
snkdavis@...
www.n3fjp.com

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

In a message dated 11/14/2003 10:58:00 PM Eastern Standard Time, n7or@... writes:
FOUND IT!

I had the polling set on the fastest rate. Stepping down to the next
fastest fixed problem. Why I ever changed that while first playing
around is a complete mystery.

73, N7OR
 
 


 


Re: FT-920 CAT

Craig Cook
 

FOUND IT!

I had the polling set on the fastest rate. Stepping down to the next
fastest fixed problem. Why I ever changed that while first playing
around is a complete mystery.

73, N7OR
======================================================================

--- In N3FJP_Software_Users@yahoogroups.com, "Craig - N7OR"
<n7or@y...> wrote:
I am trying out AC Log (2.4) and I am trying to solve each problem
one at a time. I wonder why with my FT-920 interfaced, the SW
always
thinks I am using VFO B? If I right click a spot in the bandmap, my
A
VFO gets sent to the right frequency, but the "Band" and "Mode"
boxes
continue to display the contents of VFO B.

Many more questions, but I am trying on my own first, then I'll ask
here.

73, N7OR


Re: FT-920 CAT

Craig Cook
 

Split is not on, still SW thinks I want to log only on VFO "B".

--- In N3FJP_Software_Users@yahoogroups.com, "Dave Rozzana"
<dave@c...> wrote:
Scott,

don't know anything about the FT-920. I use the FT-990.
Turn the split OFF on the rig. Simple as that. The split will not
work well
with CAT. The rig doesn't know what the heck you want to do, or
with which
VFO. Now, if you could tell us what magic input would be recognized
by the
rig to allow this, that's great; but I'm not suggesting we go there
right
now.

Kind of reminds me of my last visit to the doctor. I told him "Doc,
when I
do 'this' it hurts."
He said "well, don't do 'that'."
He then charged me $105. and that was the end of it. ;o]

Dave Rozzana, N6PZ

----- Original Message -----
From: <SNKDavis@a...>
To: <N3FJP_Software_Users@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Friday, November 14, 2003 7:42 AM
Subject: Re: [N3FJP_Software_Users] Re: FT-920 CAT


Hi Craig,

I'm sorry, I clearly wasn't awake when I responded this morning.
The
strings for Yaesu are different, but I don't believe I'm set up for
optional
VFO's with Yaesu. I'd be interested to know how other Yaesu users
handle
that.

73, Scott
N3FJP


In a message dated 11/14/2003 10:22:43 AM Eastern Standard
Time, "Craig -
N7OR" <n7or@y...> writes:

I DON'T want VFO B to be the default. It is the default now. So
maybe
I need to change from FB; to FA; ? I'll look at it again, I
didn't
see anything that looked like that in the setup screen, at all.
I'll
see this weekend sometime. FT-920 is a Yaesu, not a Kenwood. I am
sure I will have more questions.

73, N7OR
================================================================
--- In N3FJP_Software_Users@yahoogroups.com, SNKDavis@a... wrote:
Hi Craig,

Thanks for your e-mail.

If you wish your VFO B to be the default, change the string in
the
rig
control settings from FA; to FB;. I'm not clear on whether it
is
possible to
determine the active Kenwood VFO or not. If so, I'd like to
add it
in a future
enhancement.

Please let me know if you have any other questions.

73, Scott
N3FJP
http://www.n3fjp.com/

In a message dated 11/13/03 9:56:38 PM Eastern Standard Time,
n7or@y...
writes:

I am trying out AC Log (2.4) and I am trying to solve each
problem
one at a time. I wonder why with my FT-920 interfaced, the SW
always
thinks I am using VFO B? If I right click a spot in the
bandmap,
my A
VFO gets sent to the right frequency, but the "Band"
and "Mode"
boxes
continue to display the contents of VFO B.

Many more questions, but I am trying on my own first, then
I'll
ask
here.

73, N7OR


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Re: FT-920 CAT

Craig Cook
 

I saw his post, but since I never said I had split on, and later
clearly said that I did NOT, I initially chose to ignore it. Maybe
other 920
users changed some setting that I have not found yet, or they were
not using rig control. Maybe Dave was answering a different question
or something? I'll wait and see if you get time to look at it.

73, N7OR

--- In N3FJP_Software_Users@yahoogroups.com, SNKDavis@a... wrote:
Hi Craig,

Actually I've had good reports from 920 users. This is the first
problem that has come to light. I'll certainly check it out once
things settle down here. E-mails are coming in faster than I can
answer with Sweepstakes at hand. In the mean time, perhaps Dave's
response will be a good remedy:

<<Scott,

Don't know anything about the FT-920. I use the FT-990.
Turn the split OFF on the rig. Simple as that. The split will not
work well with CAT. The rig doesn't know what the heck you want to
do, or with which VFO. Now, if you could tell us what magic input
would be recognized by the rig to allow this, that's great; but I'm
not suggesting we go there right now.

Dave Rozzana, N6PZ>>

73, Scott
N3FJP


In a message dated 11/14/2003 6:54:48 PM Eastern Standard
Time, "Craig - N7OR" <n7or@y...> writes:

I still don't think we are speaking the same language. As best as I
can explain: ACLog is polling the radio, and always assumes that
my "B" vfo is active. So when logging a "live" contact, the band
and
mode boxes are forced to log the current VFO "B" setting. This is
with VFO A active on the radio, no splits turned on, and no memory
mode or anything like that active. Close ACLog and open any other
SW
that polls the radio, and VFO "A" is assumed. These include TRLog,
N1MM, XMLog, and Commander by AA6YQ.

This is more of a problem report than it is a feature request. In
my
opinion, you are parsing the info that the rig returns, and not
looking at the right part of that long string that is returned.
But,
I am no programmer, that's for sure.

I'll bet no other 920 users are having any success.

73, N7OR
====================================================================
--- In N3FJP_Software_Users@yahoogroups.com, SNKDavis@a... wrote:
Hi Craig,

I'm sorry, I clearly wasn't awake when I responded this morning.
The strings for Yaesu are different, but I don't believe I'm set up
for optional VFO's with Yaesu.  I'd be interested to know how
other
Yaesu users handle that.

73, Scott
N3FJP


In a message dated 11/14/2003 10:22:43 AM Eastern Standard
Time, "Craig - N7OR" <n7or@y...> writes:

I DON'T want VFO B to be the default. It is the default now. So
maybe
I need to change from FB; to FA; ? I'll look at it again, I
didn't
see anything that looked like that in the setup screen, at all.
I'll
see this weekend sometime. FT-920 is a Yaesu, not a Kenwood. I
am
sure I will have more questions.

73, N7OR
================================================================
--- In N3FJP_Software_Users@yahoogroups.com, SNKDavis@a...
wrote:
Hi Craig,

Thanks for your e-mail.

If you wish your VFO B to be the default, change the string in
the
rig
control settings from FA; to FB;.  I'm not clear on whether
it
is
possible to
determine the active Kenwood VFO or not.  If so, I'd like
to
add
it
in a future
enhancement.

Please let me know if you have any other questions.

73, Scott
N3FJP
http://www.n3fjp.com/

In a message dated 11/13/03 9:56:38 PM Eastern Standard Time,
n7or@y...
writes:

I am trying out AC Log (2.4) and I am trying to solve each
problem
one at a time. I wonder why with my FT-920 interfaced, the
SW
always
thinks I am using VFO B? If I right click a spot in the
bandmap,
my A
VFO gets sent to the right frequency, but the "Band"
and "Mode"
boxes
continue to display the contents of VFO B.

Many more questions, but I am trying on my own first, then
I'll
ask
here.

73, N7OR


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Re: FT-920 CAT

Scott Davis
 

Hi Craig,

Actually I've had good reports from 920 users. This is the first problem that has come to light. I'll certainly check it out once things settle down here. E-mails are coming in faster than I can answer with Sweepstakes at hand. In the mean time, perhaps Dave's response will be a good remedy:

<<Scott,

Don't know anything about the FT-920. I use the FT-990.
Turn the split OFF on the rig. Simple as that. The split will not work well with CAT. The rig doesn't know what the heck you want to do, or with which VFO. Now, if you could tell us what magic input would be recognized by the rig to allow this, that's great; but I'm not suggesting we go there right now.

Dave Rozzana, N6PZ>>

73, Scott
N3FJP

In a message dated 11/14/2003 6:54:48 PM Eastern Standard Time, "Craig - N7OR" <n7or@yahoo.com> writes:

I still don't think we are speaking the same language. As best as I
can explain: ACLog is polling the radio, and always assumes that
my "B" vfo is active. So when logging a "live" contact, the band and
mode boxes are forced to log the current VFO "B" setting. This is
with VFO A active on the radio, no splits turned on, and no memory
mode or anything like that active. Close ACLog and open any other SW
that polls the radio, and VFO "A" is assumed. These include TRLog,
N1MM, XMLog, and Commander by AA6YQ.

This is more of a problem report than it is a feature request. In my
opinion, you are parsing the info that the rig returns, and not
looking at the right part of that long string that is returned. But,
I am no programmer, that's for sure.

I'll bet no other 920 users are having any success.

73, N7OR
====================================================================
--- In N3FJP_Software_Users@yahoogroups.com, SNKDavis@a... wrote:
Hi Craig,

I'm sorry, I clearly wasn't awake when I responded this morning.
The strings for Yaesu are different, but I don't believe I'm set up
for optional VFO's with Yaesu. I'd be interested to know how other
Yaesu users handle that.

73, Scott
N3FJP


In a message dated 11/14/2003 10:22:43 AM Eastern Standard
Time, "Craig - N7OR" <n7or@y...> writes:

I DON'T want VFO B to be the default. It is the default now. So
maybe
I need to change from FB; to FA; ? I'll look at it again, I didn't
see anything that looked like that in the setup screen, at all.
I'll
see this weekend sometime. FT-920 is a Yaesu, not a Kenwood. I am
sure I will have more questions.

73, N7OR
================================================================
--- In N3FJP_Software_Users@yahoogroups.com, SNKDavis@a... wrote:
Hi Craig,

Thanks for your e-mail.

If you wish your VFO B to be the default, change the string in
the
rig
control settings from FA; to FB;. I'm not clear on whether
it
is
possible to
determine the active Kenwood VFO or not. If so, I'd like to
add
it
in a future
enhancement.

Please let me know if you have any other questions.

73, Scott
N3FJP
http://www.n3fjp.com/

In a message dated 11/13/03 9:56:38 PM Eastern Standard Time,
n7or@y...
writes:

I am trying out AC Log (2.4) and I am trying to solve each
problem
one at a time. I wonder why with my FT-920 interfaced, the SW
always
thinks I am using VFO B? If I right click a spot in the
bandmap,
my A
VFO gets sent to the right frequency, but the "Band"
and "Mode"
boxes
continue to display the contents of VFO B.

Many more questions, but I am trying on my own first, then
I'll
ask
here.

73, N7OR


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Re: FT-920 CAT

Craig Cook
 

I still don't think we are speaking the same language. As best as I
can explain: ACLog is polling the radio, and always assumes that
my "B" vfo is active. So when logging a "live" contact, the band and
mode boxes are forced to log the current VFO "B" setting. This is
with VFO A active on the radio, no splits turned on, and no memory
mode or anything like that active. Close ACLog and open any other SW
that polls the radio, and VFO "A" is assumed. These include TRLog,
N1MM, XMLog, and Commander by AA6YQ.

This is more of a problem report than it is a feature request. In my
opinion, you are parsing the info that the rig returns, and not
looking at the right part of that long string that is returned. But,
I am no programmer, that's for sure.

I'll bet no other 920 users are having any success.

73, N7OR
====================================================================
--- In N3FJP_Software_Users@yahoogroups.com, SNKDavis@a... wrote:
Hi Craig,

I'm sorry, I clearly wasn't awake when I responded this morning.
The strings for Yaesu are different, but I don't believe I'm set up
for optional VFO's with Yaesu. I'd be interested to know how other
Yaesu users handle that.

73, Scott
N3FJP


In a message dated 11/14/2003 10:22:43 AM Eastern Standard
Time, "Craig - N7OR" <n7or@y...> writes:

I DON'T want VFO B to be the default. It is the default now. So
maybe
I need to change from FB; to FA; ? I'll look at it again, I didn't
see anything that looked like that in the setup screen, at all.
I'll
see this weekend sometime. FT-920 is a Yaesu, not a Kenwood. I am
sure I will have more questions.

73, N7OR
================================================================
--- In N3FJP_Software_Users@yahoogroups.com, SNKDavis@a... wrote:
Hi Craig,

Thanks for your e-mail.

If you wish your VFO B to be the default, change the string in
the
rig
control settings from FA; to FB;.  I'm not clear on whether
it
is
possible to
determine the active Kenwood VFO or not.  If so, I'd like to
add
it
in a future
enhancement.

Please let me know if you have any other questions.

73, Scott
N3FJP
http://www.n3fjp.com/

In a message dated 11/13/03 9:56:38 PM Eastern Standard Time,
n7or@y...
writes:

I am trying out AC Log (2.4) and I am trying to solve each
problem
one at a time. I wonder why with my FT-920 interfaced, the SW
always
thinks I am using VFO B? If I right click a spot in the
bandmap,
my A
VFO gets sent to the right frequency, but the "Band"
and "Mode"
boxes
continue to display the contents of VFO B.

Many more questions, but I am trying on my own first, then
I'll
ask
here.

73, N7OR


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Re: Dupe feature

Scott Davis
 

Hi John,

Thanks for your e-mail.

Since ACLog is a general logging program I don't think that you would want to preclude logging the same station. I think most hams will log the same station when worked multiple times. In fact, it is fun to tell the station when you last worked them and some of the QSO details.

Of course you will know if you have worked the station before by both the label that appears in version 2.4 when you tab from the Call field and the listed items that appear if you have Call checked for List Matches for These Fields with Tab.

I have the feeling I'm not getting what you are driving at. If you give me more details of what you have in mind perhaps I can give you a better answer.

73, Scott
N3FJP
http://www.n3fjp.com/

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

In a message dated 11/14/2003 5:04:27 PM Eastern Standard Time, "jgmags2000" <jgmags2000@yahoo.com> writes:

Hello Scott; Is it possible to add a feature in aclog2.5 that would
check for dupes? I know this feature is available in the contest
logs..

thanks, John.. kj1j..
best 73



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Dupe feature

jgmags2000 <jgmags2000@...>
 

Hello Scott; Is it possible to add a feature in aclog2.5 that would
check for dupes? I know this feature is available in the contest
logs..

thanks, John.. kj1j..
best 73


Re: FT-920 CAT

Dave Rozzana <dave@...>
 

Scott,

don't know anything about the FT-920. I use the FT-990.
Turn the split OFF on the rig. Simple as that. The split will not work well
with CAT. The rig doesn't know what the heck you want to do, or with which
VFO. Now, if you could tell us what magic input would be recognized by the
rig to allow this, that's great; but I'm not suggesting we go there right
now.

Kind of reminds me of my last visit to the doctor. I told him "Doc, when I
do 'this' it hurts."
He said "well, don't do 'that'."
He then charged me $105. and that was the end of it. ;o]

Dave Rozzana, N6PZ

----- Original Message -----
From: <SNKDavis@aol.com>
To: <N3FJP_Software_Users@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Friday, November 14, 2003 7:42 AM
Subject: Re: [N3FJP_Software_Users] Re: FT-920 CAT


Hi Craig,

I'm sorry, I clearly wasn't awake when I responded this morning. The
strings for Yaesu are different, but I don't believe I'm set up for optional
VFO's with Yaesu. I'd be interested to know how other Yaesu users handle
that.

73, Scott
N3FJP


In a message dated 11/14/2003 10:22:43 AM Eastern Standard Time, "Craig -
N7OR" <n7or@yahoo.com> writes:

I DON'T want VFO B to be the default. It is the default now. So maybe
I need to change from FB; to FA; ? I'll look at it again, I didn't
see anything that looked like that in the setup screen, at all. I'll
see this weekend sometime. FT-920 is a Yaesu, not a Kenwood. I am
sure I will have more questions.

73, N7OR
================================================================
--- In N3FJP_Software_Users@yahoogroups.com, SNKDavis@a... wrote:
Hi Craig,

Thanks for your e-mail.

If you wish your VFO B to be the default, change the string in the
rig
control settings from FA; to FB;. I'm not clear on whether it is
possible to
determine the active Kenwood VFO or not. If so, I'd like to add it
in a future
enhancement.

Please let me know if you have any other questions.

73, Scott
N3FJP
http://www.n3fjp.com/

In a message dated 11/13/03 9:56:38 PM Eastern Standard Time,
n7or@y...
writes:

I am trying out AC Log (2.4) and I am trying to solve each
problem
one at a time. I wonder why with my FT-920 interfaced, the SW
always
thinks I am using VFO B? If I right click a spot in the bandmap,
my A
VFO gets sent to the right frequency, but the "Band" and "Mode"
boxes
continue to display the contents of VFO B.

Many more questions, but I am trying on my own first, then I'll
ask
here.

73, N7OR


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Re: FT-920 CAT

Scott Davis
 

Hi Craig,

I'm sorry, I clearly wasn't awake when I responded this morning. The strings for Yaesu are different, but I don't believe I'm set up for optional VFO's with Yaesu. I'd be interested to know how other Yaesu users handle that.

73, Scott
N3FJP

In a message dated 11/14/2003 10:22:43 AM Eastern Standard Time, "Craig - N7OR" <n7or@yahoo.com> writes:

I DON'T want VFO B to be the default. It is the default now. So maybe
I need to change from FB; to FA; ? I'll look at it again, I didn't
see anything that looked like that in the setup screen, at all. I'll
see this weekend sometime. FT-920 is a Yaesu, not a Kenwood. I am
sure I will have more questions.

73, N7OR
================================================================
--- In N3FJP_Software_Users@yahoogroups.com, SNKDavis@a... wrote:
Hi Craig,

Thanks for your e-mail.

If you wish your VFO B to be the default, change the string in the
rig
control settings from FA; to FB;. I'm not clear on whether it is
possible to
determine the active Kenwood VFO or not. If so, I'd like to add it
in a future
enhancement.

Please let me know if you have any other questions.

73, Scott
N3FJP
http://www.n3fjp.com/

In a message dated 11/13/03 9:56:38 PM Eastern Standard Time,
n7or@y...
writes:

I am trying out AC Log (2.4) and I am trying to solve each
problem
one at a time. I wonder why with my FT-920 interfaced, the SW
always
thinks I am using VFO B? If I right click a spot in the bandmap,
my A
VFO gets sent to the right frequency, but the "Band" and "Mode"
boxes
continue to display the contents of VFO B.

Many more questions, but I am trying on my own first, then I'll
ask
here.

73, N7OR


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Re: FT-920 CAT

Craig Cook
 

I DON'T want VFO B to be the default. It is the default now. So maybe
I need to change from FB; to FA; ? I'll look at it again, I didn't
see anything that looked like that in the setup screen, at all. I'll
see this weekend sometime. FT-920 is a Yaesu, not a Kenwood. I am
sure I will have more questions.

73, N7OR
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--- In N3FJP_Software_Users@yahoogroups.com, SNKDavis@a... wrote:
Hi Craig,

Thanks for your e-mail.

If you wish your VFO B to be the default, change the string in the
rig
control settings from FA; to FB;. I'm not clear on whether it is
possible to
determine the active Kenwood VFO or not. If so, I'd like to add it
in a future
enhancement.

Please let me know if you have any other questions.

73, Scott
N3FJP
http://www.n3fjp.com/

In a message dated 11/13/03 9:56:38 PM Eastern Standard Time,
n7or@y...
writes:

I am trying out AC Log (2.4) and I am trying to solve each
problem
one at a time. I wonder why with my FT-920 interfaced, the SW
always
thinks I am using VFO B? If I right click a spot in the bandmap,
my A
VFO gets sent to the right frequency, but the "Band" and "Mode"
boxes
continue to display the contents of VFO B.

Many more questions, but I am trying on my own first, then I'll
ask
here.

73, N7OR


Re: FT-920 CAT

Scott Davis
 

Hi Craig,

Thanks for your e-mail.

If you wish your VFO B to be the default, change the string in the rig control settings from FA; to FB;.  I'm not clear on whether it is possible to determine the active Kenwood VFO or not.  If so, I'd like to add it in a future enhancement.

Please let me know if you have any other questions.

73, Scott
N3FJP
http://www.n3fjp.com/

In a message dated 11/13/03 9:56:38 PM Eastern Standard Time, n7or@... writes:

I am trying out AC Log (2.4) and I am trying to solve each problem
one at a time. I wonder why with my FT-920 interfaced, the SW always
thinks I am using VFO B? If I right click a spot in the bandmap, my A
VFO gets sent to the right frequency, but the "Band" and "Mode" boxes
continue to display the contents of VFO B.

Many more questions, but I am trying on my own first, then I'll ask
here.

73, N7OR



FT-920 CAT

Craig Cook
 

I am trying out AC Log (2.4) and I am trying to solve each problem
one at a time. I wonder why with my FT-920 interfaced, the SW always
thinks I am using VFO B? If I right click a spot in the bandmap, my A
VFO gets sent to the right frequency, but the "Band" and "Mode" boxes
continue to display the contents of VFO B.

Many more questions, but I am trying on my own first, then I'll ask
here.

73, N7OR


Re: AC Log 2.5

Scott Davis
 

Hi Thomas,

Thanks for your e-mail and report.

The Settings, Edit Fields Displayed saves your data entry field settings. To save your column settings click Settings, Save Current Column Width and Order from the menu options.

Please let me know if you have any other questions.

73, Scott
N3FJP
http://www.n3fjp.com/

In a message dated 11/13/2003 1:14:16 PM Eastern Standard Time, "Thomas Giella KN4LF" <kn4lf@tampabay.rr.com> writes:

I downloaded AC Log 2.5 last night and successfully moved 2000+ 160 meter
contacts and settings over from 2.4. My CQ zones worked were calculated by
clicking on "Fill Fields Determined By Call" but it took a long time.

One thing I noticed though. I like to arrange different items to the left
side of the view log so that I can see them without moving the horizontal
bar over to the right. Things like "Prefix", "CQ Zone", etc. I went to the
"Edit Fields Displayed Position And Tab Order", checked the enable box,
moved the selected fields to the left, unchecked the box and all was moved
as I wanted. But when I got back into the program later in the evening, all
of the fields that I had moved to the left were moved back to the right.
What am I overlooking?

73,
Thomas F. Giella, KN4LF
Plant City, FL, USA
EL87WX

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AC Log 2.5

Thomas Giella KN4LF <kn4lf@...>
 

I downloaded AC Log 2.5 last night and successfully moved 2000+ 160 meter
contacts and settings over from 2.4. My CQ zones worked were calculated by
clicking on "Fill Fields Determined By Call" but it took a long time.

One thing I noticed though. I like to arrange different items to the left
side of the view log so that I can see them without moving the horizontal
bar over to the right. Things like "Prefix", "CQ Zone", etc. I went to the
"Edit Fields Displayed Position And Tab Order", checked the enable box,
moved the selected fields to the left, unchecked the box and all was moved
as I wanted. But when I got back into the program later in the evening, all
of the fields that I had moved to the left were moved back to the right.
What am I overlooking?

73,
Thomas F. Giella, KN4LF
Plant City, FL, USA
EL87WX

Yaesu FT-840 & PSK31 Digital Mode E Group:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/yaesu_ft840
160 Meter Amateur Radio Resources & More: http://www.kn4lf.com/kn4lf.htm
Daily Solar Space Weather & Geomagnetic Data Archive:
http://www.kn4lf.com/kn4lf5.htm
HF/MF Radio Propagation Theory Notes: http://www.kn4lf.com/kn4lf8.htm
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Re: Icom Interface setup question.

n6xtus <red.dawg@...>
 

Hi Ed,
Thanks for the info I had tried most of the things that you
suggested. Finally ended up using 5c setting for the IC-756Pro
hexidecimal all the other settings were the same. I'm still getting
familiarized the program. So far it seems to be User friendly.
Tnx.
Ron/N6XT

--- In N3FJP_Software_Users@yahoogroups.com, "Edward Leicester"
<kg4qmi@e...> wrote:
Hi Ron, I'm using the Icom 736 with a setting of 64, 9.6kbps,
none, 8, 1, RTS (connection pwr) and Rig (Mode BV) and at the
bottom "convert to hex" is checked. worked great from the beginning.
I guess the only other concern would be the cable(s). make sure you
don't somehow have a null modem cable. probably want help, but
here's hoping.

Ed/kg4qmi

------------------------------------
Edward Leicester
Reg. 1 Director
North Carolina Baptist Men
-----------------------------------
EC-Perq. County, Area 1
NC-ARES
Hertford NC
252-426-7246
KG4QMI/FM16/6m# 2097
http://home.earthlink.net/~kg4qmi
----- Original Message -----
From: n6xtus
To: N3FJP_Software_Users@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Wednesday, November 12, 2003 7:00 PM
Subject: [N3FJP_Software_Users] Icom Interface setup question.


Hello All,
I'm trying out Aclog 2.4 demo everything work fine tell I got to
rig
interfacing with IC-756Pro. I have the right serial port(#2) and
all. tried several Icom Hexadecimal including the one from the
user
manual 58, but it's still not seeing the rig. I'm using XP Pro
OS.

Any help resolving this issue would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

73,Ron
N6XT


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Re: Icom Interface setup question.

k9plx@...
 

I've been using 2.4 with good results for quite some time. It took some playing, but the following settings work well for me (I'm running XP Pro on an IBM Thinkpad, pretty old version).
Comm Port: 1
Baud rate: 19.2 (Icom seems to set this as default)
Parity: none
Data bits: 8
Stop bits: 1
Connection power: DTR
Polling Rate: 500 ms
String to read freq: FE FE 66 EO 03 FD
String to read mode: FE FE 66 E0 04 FD

(The 66 is for my 746Pro: you would substitute the code for your 756.)

Good luck!

Chuck, K9PLX

======
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------------------------------------------------

On Thu, 13 Nov 2003 00:00:53 -0000, "n6xtus" <red.dawg@verizon.net> wrote:


Re: Icom Interface setup question.

Edward Leicester <kg4qmi@...>
 

Hi Ron, I'm using the Icom 736 with a setting of 64, 9.6kbps, none, 8, 1, RTS (connection pwr) and  Rig (Mode BV) and at the bottom "convert to hex" is checked. worked great from the beginning. I guess the only other concern would be the cable(s). make sure you don't somehow have a null modem cable. probably want help, but here's hoping.
 
Ed/kg4qmi

------------------------------------
Edward Leicester
Reg. 1 Director
North Carolina Baptist Men
-----------------------------------
EC-Perq. County, Area 1
NC-ARES
Hertford NC
252-426-7246
KG4QMI/FM16/6m# 2097
http://home.earthlink.net/~kg4qmi

----- Original Message -----
From: n6xtus
Sent: Wednesday, November 12, 2003 7:00 PM
Subject: [N3FJP_Software_Users] Icom Interface setup question.

Hello All,
I'm trying out Aclog 2.4 demo everything work fine tell I got to rig
interfacing with IC-756Pro. I have the right serial port(#2) and
all. tried several Icom Hexadecimal including the one from the user
manual 58, but it's still not seeing the rig. I'm using XP Pro OS. 

Any help resolving this issue would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

73,Ron
N6XT



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