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Operating and Logging outside your home DXCC

ei7geb@...
 

Hi,

I operated 2 X SOTA in Northern Ireland (GI) at the weekend.
As my home QTH is on Southern Ireland (EI) , I can operate in GI under my licence conditions as MI/EI7GEB/P
My question is , can I logs these contacts from GI on my normal N3FJP logbook which is default to EI?
(ie: Does the system allow you to log from different a different DXCC? as if I log as normal the DXCC will be EI on LOTW and EQSL)

Thanks/ 73
David EI7GEB


IARU, Multi-op, band change rule and timer suggestion

Bruce Richardson
 

This past weekend, my wife and I dabbled in the IARU contest as a Multi-op using her callsign.  We inadvertently violated the band-change rule and once we realized it, we gave up and won't send in our log.  We learned a good lesson.

The rule is:
4.3.1. Must remain on a band and mode for at least 10 minutes before changing bands or modes. There are no exceptions. The “10 minute clock” starts when a QSO is logged.

We had cleaned out 15M, then we went to 20M, then we went to 40M to see if there was any action there and we found W1AW/4 and worked 'em.  Oooops!  Not enough time had gone by.  If N3FJP IARU software somehow knew that we were a Multi-op, a Red flag timer that would appear for 10 minutes after the first QSO in a new band or mode would be a GREAT assistance to help avoid violating this rule.  I'll go look at the menus again, but I don't recall a menu option to turn anything "on" like this.

Turns out this only applies to Multi-ops, so I understand why it's a low-priority coding project.  But a red warning flag that appears for 10 minutes and then disappears would be a great aid for situational awareness.  Have you coded anything similar for other contests?

73
Bruce Richardson W9FZ


locked Re: R9GM Asiatic Russia, what is his QTH?

Christopher Scibelli
 




-----Original Message-----
From: K8TS <dalecole3502@...>
To: N3FJPSoftwareUsers@groups.io <N3FJPSoftwareUsers@groups.io>
Sent: Tue, Jul 14, 2020 10:38 am
Subject: Re: [N3FJPSoftwareUsers] R9GM Asiatic Russia, what is his QTH?

I saw a number of stations in the recent IARU contest handing out different zones than the default which showed in Scott’s program.  I always, whether needed or not, download Jim’s latest update to be sure prior to each contest.

My logic was just log as told on the air.  It could always be a “troll” check log from the sponsors, looking for assisted stations and submitting in another category (i.e. non-assisted). The one’s I noticed most were in US zone 5 along with a couple of EU.  I also noticed an HQ station giving a zone rather than the HQ acronym.  I hope these are not singled out and docked in the log check and scoring.

Dale K8TS

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Dave
Sent: Tuesday, July 14, 2020 8:38 AM
To: N3FJPSoftwareUsers@groups.io
Subject: Re: [N3FJPSoftwareUsers] R9GM Asiatic Russia, what is his QTH?

 

His city as listed is in Asia it is east of the dividing line of Europe/Asia. The reason it shows up as European Russia is the 'G' after the '9". The Russian Federation says a 'G' is in European Russia. BUT his address is Clearly located in Asia. My question is why would a ham put a false address. Especially when hams would send him QSL cards with US dollars enclosed for a return card. 
I don't think the 'G' after his number is a line in the sand, in other words he could be in Asia not European Russia as his address seems to indicate. It's a tough call determining where every ham lives. But I would think the QRZ address would be correct given the 'US Dollars' they would get with QSLing.

I thought by posting, someone may have worked him before and could share any info.
Dave
k4em

 



locked Re: R9GM Asiatic Russia, what is his QTH?

Scott Davis
 

Hi Gang,

This thread has detoured from N3FJP Software support, but please feel free to continue direct.

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: Christopher Scibelli via groups.io <nu1oscar@...>
To: N3FJPSoftwareUsers@groups.io
Sent: Tue, Jul 14, 2020 10:43 am
Subject: Re: [N3FJPSoftwareUsers] R9GM Asiatic Russia, what is his QTH?

Why would a ham lie about his actual location?  The first thing that popped into my head was that he may not want his actual location made public.  Russia is still a military adversary of the West.  Perhaps he works at a defense installation the Russians would prefer we not know the location of. Or, having grown up in a police-state perhaps he's just excessively paranoid. 

As far as you expecting him to be honest simply due to his hobby and that he takes some money for QSL cards, I don't think his hobby selection is apt to make him more honest than the public at large.  Based on some of the financial shenanigans I've seen in this hobby over almost 4 decades it seems to me our hobby has a good share of dishonest characters.  Whether we are more dishonest than the general public would simply be a guess on my part. 

It looks like you pinpointed his QTH as Asia unless he is lying.  In that case, his email won't mean much, but the QSL should still count for an award whether he's actually in Asia or not since no Russian is going to dispute his location.  Even if I had worked him we'd have the same dilemma.  QRZ is not investigating these station locations so in the end all one can really do is go by the QSL and his info on QRZ.  

73,
Chris  NU1O

-----Original Message-----
From: Dave <k4em@...>
To: N3FJPSoftwareUsers <N3FJPSoftwareUsers@groups.io>
Sent: Tue, Jul 14, 2020 8:38 am
Subject: Re: [N3FJPSoftwareUsers] R9GM Asiatic Russia, what is his QTH?

His city as listed is in Asia it is east of the dividing line of Europe/Asia. The reason it shows up as European Russia is the 'G' after the '9". The Russian Federation says a 'G' is in European Russia. BUT his address is Clearly located in Asia. My question is why would a ham put a false address. Especially when hams would send him QSL cards with US dollars enclosed for a return card. 
I don't think the 'G' after his number is a line in the sand, in other words he could be in Asia not European Russia as his address seems to indicate. It's a tough call determining where every ham lives. But I would think the QRZ address would be correct given the 'US Dollars' they would get with QSLing.

I thought by posting, someone may have worked him before and could share any info.
Dave
k4em


locked Re: R9GM Asiatic Russia, what is his QTH?

Christopher Scibelli
 

Why would a ham lie about his actual location?  The first thing that popped into my head was that he may not want his actual location made public.  Russia is still a military adversary of the West.  Perhaps he works at a defense installation the Russians would prefer we not know the location of. Or, having grown up in a police-state perhaps he's just excessively paranoid. 

As far as you expecting him to be honest simply due to his hobby and that he takes some money for QSL cards, I don't think his hobby selection is apt to make him more honest than the public at large.  Based on some of the financial shenanigans I've seen in this hobby over almost 4 decades it seems to me our hobby has a good share of dishonest characters.  Whether we are more dishonest than the general public would simply be a guess on my part. 

It looks like you pinpointed his QTH as Asia unless he is lying.  In that case, his email won't mean much, but the QSL should still count for an award whether he's actually in Asia or not since no Russian is going to dispute his location.  Even if I had worked him we'd have the same dilemma.  QRZ is not investigating these station locations so in the end all one can really do is go by the QSL and his info on QRZ.  

73,
Chris  NU1O

-----Original Message-----
From: Dave <k4em@...>
To: N3FJPSoftwareUsers <N3FJPSoftwareUsers@groups.io>
Sent: Tue, Jul 14, 2020 8:38 am
Subject: Re: [N3FJPSoftwareUsers] R9GM Asiatic Russia, what is his QTH?

His city as listed is in Asia it is east of the dividing line of Europe/Asia. The reason it shows up as European Russia is the 'G' after the '9". The Russian Federation says a 'G' is in European Russia. BUT his address is Clearly located in Asia. My question is why would a ham put a false address. Especially when hams would send him QSL cards with US dollars enclosed for a return card. 
I don't think the 'G' after his number is a line in the sand, in other words he could be in Asia not European Russia as his address seems to indicate. It's a tough call determining where every ham lives. But I would think the QRZ address would be correct given the 'US Dollars' they would get with QSLing.

I thought by posting, someone may have worked him before and could share any info.
Dave
k4em


locked Re: R9GM Asiatic Russia, what is his QTH?

K8TS
 

I saw a number of stations in the recent IARU contest handing out different zones than the default which showed in Scott’s program.  I always, whether needed or not, download Jim’s latest update to be sure prior to each contest.

My logic was just log as told on the air.  It could always be a “troll” check log from the sponsors, looking for assisted stations and submitting in another category (i.e. non-assisted). The one’s I noticed most were in US zone 5 along with a couple of EU.  I also noticed an HQ station giving a zone rather than the HQ acronym.  I hope these are not singled out and docked in the log check and scoring.

Dale K8TS

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Dave
Sent: Tuesday, July 14, 2020 8:38 AM
To: N3FJPSoftwareUsers@groups.io
Subject: Re: [N3FJPSoftwareUsers] R9GM Asiatic Russia, what is his QTH?

 

His city as listed is in Asia it is east of the dividing line of Europe/Asia. The reason it shows up as European Russia is the 'G' after the '9". The Russian Federation says a 'G' is in European Russia. BUT his address is Clearly located in Asia. My question is why would a ham put a false address. Especially when hams would send him QSL cards with US dollars enclosed for a return card. 
I don't think the 'G' after his number is a line in the sand, in other words he could be in Asia not European Russia as his address seems to indicate. It's a tough call determining where every ham lives. But I would think the QRZ address would be correct given the 'US Dollars' they would get with QSLing.

I thought by posting, someone may have worked him before and could share any info.
Dave
k4em

 


locked Re: R9GM Asiatic Russia, what is his QTH?

Dave <k4em@...>
 

His city as listed is in Asia it is east of the dividing line of Europe/Asia. The reason it shows up as European Russia is the 'G' after the '9". The Russian Federation says a 'G' is in European Russia. BUT his address is Clearly located in Asia. My question is why would a ham put a false address. Especially when hams would send him QSL cards with US dollars enclosed for a return card. 
I don't think the 'G' after his number is a line in the sand, in other words he could be in Asia not European Russia as his address seems to indicate. It's a tough call determining where every ham lives. But I would think the QRZ address would be correct given the 'US Dollars' they would get with QSLing.

I thought by posting, someone may have worked him before and could share any info.
Dave
k4em


Re: Club Score Processor

Scott Davis
 

Thanks so much for your really good information Jim!  I've been looking for a library so that I can code the SFTP option in C#, but so far a clear solution has not come to light.

Hopefully you will have more folks join in on your uploader for CQ WW DX, if not before.  Get them set up in advance and they will definitely be psyched to participate!

Thanks again!

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: Jim Collins <ka2iwk@...>
To: N3FJPSoftwareUsers@groups.io
Sent: Mon, Jul 13, 2020 6:20 pm
Subject: [N3FJPSoftwareUsers] Club Score Processor

Hi All.


Thought I'd share how I configured the Club Score Processor software for
my web host.


I found out that our hosting service does NOT allow FTP to our site, for
good reason if you are at all familiar with FTP!!!  The only way to get
files up was using Mozilla's Filezilla program via SFTP (Secure FTP). 
But that got me thinking there must be a way to use the CSP software,
which only uses FTP, to talk to my host with SFTP.


The answer was to use the BitVise SSH Client software, which you can use
to bridge FTP to SFTP.  It's not hard at all to get running, but the
gist of it is to define an FTP connection locally (meaning 127.0.0.1)
and defining a remote SFTP connection to your host all in this software.


Then instead of using the address/username/password for the host in the
Field Day logger (or whichever software you want to watch on your
website) AND the Club Score Processor, you simply enter the 127.0.0.1
address and your in business.  Again, that points to what you setup in
the SSH Client, which translates that (bridges) to SFTP and up to the
end host website.


Unfortunately, I was the only one in our club, due to the added
complexity of bridging and the fact that I got that working minutes
before Field Day started!  Nonetheless, I sent out the web page and they
could, at least, monitor my score.


Hope this helps and I hope everyone, like I, had a super fun backyard FD
2020.


73,

Jim, KA2IWK

Sunny Buffalo, NY





locked Re: R9GM Asiatic Russia, what is his QTH?

Christopher Scibelli
 

Hi Dave,

In Russia, a number 9 or 0 in the call is listed as Asiatic Russia on Russian callsign websites. Notice the photo of R9GM's QSL on his QRZ site. It says. "Europe or Asia?"  That makes me wonder if the dividing line between Europe and Asia is very close to R9GM's QTH. Whatever the reason Mike added the question as to whether he is in Europe or Asia, I don't think he would've added it unless there was a controversy, or that he's very close to the European and Asian border.

A few weeks ago I read that hams outside the USA and Canada must put their own information on QRZ. There was a discussion in this forum about whether a European ham was legitimate because he wasn't listed on QRZ. Somebody explained that hams outside the USA and Canada put their own data on QRZ. The US data comes from the FCC's website. I'm pretty sure Canadian information comes from their "FCC".

Mike, R9GM, gives his town as Bereziniki, which he writes is part of the Perm Region, so he is not actually in the city of Perm which is in Europe. I don't have a map that shows the dividing line between Europe and Asia in Russia to the degree we need to settle this matter definitively. Perhaps Perm is in Europe but Bereziniki is part of Asia? Since I believe Mike, R9GM, put the information on his QRZ page I'm prepared to trust the data.

The most accurate way to get the information you seek is in my opinion directly from the source. I'd say a DX Newsletter or DXpedition website would be the second-best way to get an accurate location. Thirdly, I'd use QRZ.

If you hear back from R9GM please pass on his reply.  You've made me curious.

73,

Chris  NU1O




-----Original Message-----
From: Dave <k4em@...>
To: N3FJPSoftwareUsers <N3FJPSoftwareUsers@groups.io>
Sent: Mon, Jul 13, 2020 12:09 pm
Subject: [N3FJPSoftwareUsers] R9GM Asiatic Russia, what is his QTH?

I worked R9GM on 10m FT8 and all my research shows his QTH is Asiatic Russia zone 17, his Grid Square shows Asiatic Russia and the city in QRZ shows that as well. ACLog is showing European Russia. I noticed AD1C has him listed in several CALLSIGN updates in the last few years but those seemed to be portable operations. 
I've emailed R9GM but no response yet.
How can we accurately determine a QTH? I use QRZ, grid square, google maps, DX bulletins. Is there a better way.

Dave
k4em


Re: Lotw messaes not fitting correctly and top ,menu find button

AB8WD-Willie
 

That has been done also thanks in advance for the idea.


Re: Lotw messaes not fitting correctly and top ,menu find button

Jim Shorney
 

Maybe try updating your computer's graphics card drivers?

73

-Jim
NU0C

On Mon, 13 Jul 2020 09:50:32 -0400
"Wilbur Doolittle" <johndeere75549011@...> wrote:

Thanks your quick responses from you and kim are greatly appreciated.



Club Score Processor

Jim Collins
 

Hi All.


Thought I'd share how I configured the Club Score Processor software for my web host.


I found out that our hosting service does NOT allow FTP to our site, for good reason if you are at all familiar with FTP!!!  The only way to get files up was using Mozilla's Filezilla program via SFTP (Secure FTP).  But that got me thinking there must be a way to use the CSP software, which only uses FTP, to talk to my host with SFTP.


The answer was to use the BitVise SSH Client software, which you can use to bridge FTP to SFTP.  It's not hard at all to get running, but the gist of it is to define an FTP connection locally (meaning 127.0.0.1) and defining a remote SFTP connection to your host all in this software.


Then instead of using the address/username/password for the host in the Field Day logger (or whichever software you want to watch on your website) AND the Club Score Processor, you simply enter the 127.0.0.1 address and your in business.  Again, that points to what you setup in the SSH Client, which translates that (bridges) to SFTP and up to the end host website.


Unfortunately, I was the only one in our club, due to the added complexity of bridging and the fact that I got that working minutes before Field Day started!  Nonetheless, I sent out the web page and they could, at least, monitor my score.


Hope this helps and I hope everyone, like I, had a super fun backyard FD 2020.


73,

Jim, KA2IWK

Sunny Buffalo, NY


Re: iPad/PC

Dan Morris
 

ACL will not run on an Apple iPad I don’t think since it does not run on a MAC computer either unless you are running either Boot Camp or Parallels or Fusion VMware.

Dan Morris  KZ3T

I live to live for Him!



On Jul 13, 2020, at 5:37 PM, Don Prince <prince.rxp@...> wrote:

I currently use ACL on a PC for all my HF contacts.  I would like to also use ACL on my iPad and take it with me in the field for qrp work.  How do I go about loading a second copy to my iPad?  Will ACL then update automatically from both the PC and the iPad? 


iPad/PC

Don Prince <prince.rxp@...>
 

I currently use ACL on a PC for all my HF contacts.  I would like to also use ACL on my iPad and take it with me in the field for qrp work.  How do I go about loading a second copy to my iPad?  Will ACL then update automatically from both the PC and the iPad? 


Club Score Processor 1.2 Now Available & A Few Thoughts on Clubs!

Scott Davis
 

Hi All,

It was super to work so many of you during Field Day!  Thank you so much for your QSOs and even more for your very kind words and encouragement!  

Lots of groups and clubs used Club Score Processor for the first time during Field Day.  As a result of your enthusiastic responses and kind suggestions...


Club Score Processor 1.2 is Now Available!

It was great to receive so many enthusiastic reports of how much groups enjoyed the Club Score Processor during Field Day, and how they plan to continue using it for other contests throughout the year!  Based on the reactions of our own group, I knew you all would love it!

Many group coordinators and individuals sent words along the lines of Alan, W4ANT, who wrote in part...

"This was really the first contest I paid attention to the [Club Score Processor's] "live" scoring [club web page total]. I'm not a big gun, nor a hard core contester, but watching the live scores being posted, I found myself desirous of trying to catch the guy who was ahead of me by a couple Q's or points. Agree with Mike it does add a new, fun dimension."

Our club, the Northeast Maryland Amateur Radio Contest Society, has been using the Club Score Processor for nearly 5 years on all major contests.  I can definitely echo Alan's comments first hand.  We have folks at all levels who participate.  Since guys know each other, their typical contest effort and what their stations are like, they naturally identify comparable operators.  Then, the good natured competition at all levels ensues.  

I can't stress enough that we are simultaneously competitive, in the friendliest of ways, while completely supportive and encouraging.  It really does add a huge increase in fun.  When your buddy is just ahead, or just behind and catching up, you can't help but stay in the chair longer on contest weekends, making Qs and interacting with each other in our Virtual Clubhouse (text chat room).  Since every QSO from every member helps our club grand total, that keeps us energized as well.  After contests, guys are looking to improve their stations whenever they can.  The constantly updating web page that the Club Score Processor creates is the centerpiece of our club's contest weekends.  It is one of the primary reasons our club has flourished the last few years!  More on that below.

Along with the encouraging reports for Club Score Processor, there were three main requests, that are now added in version 1.2:

-  The ability to add a text message at the top of the web page.

-  The ability to add HTML, so that an image such as a club banner may be displayed.

-  The ability to include scores from folks running other logging software programs besides N3FJP in the club's real time total.

I should mention that since the web page that Club Score Processor creates gets quite a bit of attention throughout contest weekends, our group much prefers the clean, minimalist approach, without text or banners.  In the heat of a contest, the quicker and easier something can be interpreted the better!  That said, those features are now available in version 1.2.

I love the idea of including everyone in your club's real time total, regardless of their choice of logging software, so I've added code to check the uploaded file for an alternative XML format that is very easy for other developers to create. Just have folks using other logging software ask their contest software developer to include an upload of their current statistics, as detailed at the bottom of the page here, and Club Score Processor will do the rest:


Club Score Processor is free to everyone, but only one person in your group needs to run it.  Your group's Club Score Processor coordinator can just uninstall the previous version from Windows Control Panel and install version 1.2 from here:


Please make sure the individual coordinating Club Score Processor for your group sees this announcement.

Thanks and enjoy!


A Few Thoughts on Groups and Clubs

While on the subject of groups and clubs, since our club is thriving, I wanted to list a few things that have been working very well for us, in the hopes that there might be an idea to help stimulate your group, too.  By the way, if you aren't a member of a club and there isn't one nearby, it is very easy to start one, especially if you keep it as informal as ours.  It only takes one or two other local guys to start, and I guarantee it will amp up your fun!  Think about it!

Here is what is working for us:

We don't elect officers or collect dues. The focus of our group is to have fun and share our enjoyment of Amateur Radio with a minimum of structure.  You might be wondering how we get guys to do anything.  Since no one has to do anything, each person can jump in where they see a need and fill it in the way they want to.

-  Membership is simple.  Once individuals start hanging with us, they are in.

-  Using the Club Score Processor for all major contests has given us a common focus to plan around for contest weekends together.  Having these events to virtually share together is a huge, driving force for our group!

-  In addition to our e-mail group (which works best when we need to reach everyone at once), we use the free Discord app for our Virtual Clubhouse (chat room).  Guys sign in daily for camaraderie, help and good natured banter.  It is very active on contest weekends, as well as just chasing DX, alerting to 6M openings, etc.  The combination of our Virtual Clubhouse and Club Score Processor have been the two main elements that have reinvigorated our group!

-  We've only been using Zoom since the beginning of the year, but it has become integral to our club.  Guys who by nature might not be inclined to drive to a club meeting are happy to meet with us on Zoom.  With the pandemic, we are using Zoom as a replacement for our monthly breakfast meetings.  We are holding separate monthly Elmer's Fireside Chats, where both experienced and new guys meet in an open forum, so that new hams can ask whatever they like.  During Field Day, we kept Zoom up, but muted, for the entire contest.  It was awesome to see everyone operating simultaneously!  That enhanced the club experience of camaraderie and togetherness, even though we were physically apart.  We intend to launch Zoom an hour before each contest going forward, to share the fun anticipation of the contest that is about to unfold.  We've even been using Zoom to help facilitate some live CW practice, as well as a monthly swap meet, too!

-  Of course we have other on air activities, such as a weekly 10 Meter net, monthly 80 Meter net, etc.

As the fall / winter contest season approaches, I hope that one or more of these ideas might be something that you can use to enhance your group, or motivate you to grab another local ham and start one!


And in response to the questions we always receive when we neglect to include the following in our e-mail announcements...    


Package Upgrade Information...   

If you have registered one or more individual programs and would like to upgrade to N3FJP's Software Package for full use of all our Amateur Radio software, we would be glad to apply the amount that you have registered so far as a credit towards that purchase. Please send us an e-mail directly and we'll let you know your balance.   

N3FJP's Software Package includes more than one hundred programs for contesting, net management and general logging Amateur Radio applications. In addition to full use of all these programs, registered package customers are also entitled to receive free passwords for any new software that we add to the package and free upgrades to existing programs. There are no annual / maintenance costs of any kind.  Simply register once and you are set with N3FJP Software for life!  You'll find all the details on the Register Now page here: 



Donations are Gratefully Accepted! 

And in response to the often asked question for which Kimberly and I are very grateful...  

"I know your upgrades are free, but I also realize how much time and effort coding these enhancements and new programs take and that your pricing policy doesn't fully reflect that. Can I send you something to show my appreciation for your continued efforts?"   

Yes, thanks so much, your continued support in any amount is very welcome and deeply appreciated! You can use this page:  


or send your contribution by mail, payable to Affirmatech Inc., to:  

G. Scott Davis
118 Glenwood Road
Bel Air, MD 21014-5533  

Thank you so much for your continued support!  


Thanks!  

As always, thanks for your kind words, support, linking to our web site and spreading the word about our software. Kimberly and I really appreciate it!  


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...

 
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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...


Re: Lotw messaes not fitting correctly and top ,menu find button

Jim Polewczak <hamditter@...>
 

Back before I retired 3 years ago, I supported a software product.  A similar issue arose, and the answer was to set the windows screen to 100 %.  Many users set the windows default to something larger so that they could see the icons and fonts more easily.

Jim. KG2H


On Mon, Jul 13, 2020, 9:41 AM Scott Davis via groups.io <SNKDavis=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hi Wilbur,

Thanks for your follow up.  I'm sorry that you are still having trouble.  I wish I had something insightful to suggest, but the only other related setting to try would be to click Settings > Appearance Form Size and enter 100.  I have my doubts that will have an affect, but it is the only other thing that comes to mind.

I hope that this helps!

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: Wilbur Doolittle <johndeere75549011@...>
To: N3FJPSoftwareUsers@groups.io
Sent: Mon, Jul 13, 2020 8:07 am
Subject: Re: [N3FJPSoftwareUsers] Lotw messaes not fitting correctly and top ,menu find button

no change no help there 

On Mon, Jul 13, 2020 at 6:39 AM Scott Davis via groups.io <SNKDavis=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hi AB8WD,

Thanks for your e-mail.  Try clicking Settings > Appearance > Colors and Fonts and then click the button to reset to defaults.

I hope that this helps!

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: AB8WD via groups.io <AB8WD=yahoo.com@groups.io>
To: N3FJPSoftwareUsers@groups.io
Sent: Mon, Jul 13, 2020 12:12 am
Subject: [N3FJPSoftwareUsers] Lotw messaes not fitting correctly and top ,menu find button

Is there some way to fix these issues file attached 
thanks in advance 


locked R9GM Asiatic Russia, what is his QTH?

Dave <k4em@...>
 

I worked R9GM on 10m FT8 and all my research shows his QTH is Asiatic Russia zone 17, his Grid Square shows Asiatic Russia and the city in QRZ shows that as well. ACLog is showing European Russia. I noticed AD1C has him listed in several CALLSIGN updates in the last few years but those seemed to be portable operations. 
I've emailed R9GM but no response yet.
How can we accurately determine a QTH? I use QRZ, grid square, google maps, DX bulletins. Is there a better way.

Dave
k4em


Re: Lotw messaes not fitting correctly and top ,menu find button

Wilbur Doolittle
 

Thanks your quick responses from you and kim are greatly appreciated.


Re: Lotw messaes not fitting correctly and top ,menu find button

Scott Davis
 

Hi Wilbur,

Thanks for your follow up.  I would love to offer something else to try, but I am completely out of ideas here.  I'm very sorry I don't have more to suggest.  Please let us know if any other clues come to light.

73, Scott
N3FJP

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-----Original Message-----
From: Wilbur Doolittle <johndeere75549011@...>
To: N3FJPSoftwareUsers@groups.io
Sent: Mon, Jul 13, 2020 9:44 am
Subject: Re: [N3FJPSoftwareUsers] Lotw messaes not fitting correctly and top ,menu find button

I tried all that b4 it has no effect .
Thanks in advance


Re: Lotw messaes not fitting correctly and top ,menu find button

Wilbur Doolittle
 

I tried all that b4 it has no effect .
Thanks in advance

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