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Re: opening DX cluster

Curt Wann <curtwann2@...>
 

Let me clarify the steps Phillippe gave.  This operation appears to me a little awkward but it works. I had to play with it several times to get my Cluster window to disappear.

1. On the Main toolbar select "View" then select "Show Cluster Window".
2. The Cluster window opens. 
3. On the Cluster window toolbar select "Telnet".  This (sometimes) opens a Telnet window in the Cluster window.
4. Place the cursor in the Cluster window (not on the Telnet window if it appears) and do a right click. 
5.This brings up another window. In this window uncheck "Login on Start".

Curt Wann


From: "Philippe Smagghe"
To: hamlogger@...
Sent: Friday, September 27, 2013 10:47:18 AM
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] opening DX cluster

 

Hello Martin, Ray

If you don't need DXCLuster in Logger32

Open in main toolbar..View
Then Show Cluster Windows
Telnet windows is now open
Open the second Tab wich is the cluster
Then Right Click in the cluster windows
Then uncheck "Login on Start"

You can also Setup it
Right Click in Cluster windows
Setup
Setup remote host
and delete all entries
and of course uncheck "login on start"
Hope that can help you

73's Philippe




De : Martin
À : hamlogger@...
Envoyé le : Vendredi 27 septembre 2013 16h27
Objet : [hamlogger] opening DX cluster

 
Hi
I`m NOT using the dx cluster in logger 32, but since last week, since verion 3.47.12  21 sept, the cluster opens.
When i close the cluster in the program, the next time when open logger 32 it is not there, but when i close logger, the screan from the cluster pops up and the program shuts down.
than next time i open logger32 again the cluster opens again??
now version 3.47.23 i still the same....
any idea what is wrong..
 
 
Martin
PE1NCP



Logger32 update

Bob
 

What did I say?  Correction on PowerMate Griffin programming ... To control the primary radio, program your Griffin:  CTL+rightArrow for up xHz, CTL+downArrow for down xHx, ALT+CTL+rightArrow for up 1000Hz and ALT+CRL+leftArrow for down 1000Hz.  For a single Griffin controlling two radios, try something like this: CTL+rightArrow for primary radio up xHz, CTL+leftArrow for primary radio down xHz, CTL+upArrow for SO2R/SO2V up xHz, CTL+dnArrow for SO2R/SO2V down xHz,  Even if you don't have a Griffin, you can simulate the commands by first enabling the HotKeys, then typing the commands at the keyboard.  Nothing better than a VFO knob next to the keyboard.  It's been a long day.  73.


From: k4cy@...
To: hamlogger@...
Sent: Friday, September 27, 2013 8:32:26 PM
Subject: [hamlogger] Logger32 update

 

The next Logger32 update will include support for the Griffin PowerMate USB knob.  I you have a Griffin (or maybe a pryde of Griffins :) set them up as follows:

 

To control the primary radio, program your Griffin:  CTL+> for up xHz, CTL+< for down xHx, ALT+CTL+> for up 1000Hz and ALT+CRL+< for down 1000Hz.

To control the SO2R or SO2V, program your Griffin: CTL+upArrow for up xHz, CTL+dnArrow for down xHz, ALT+CTL+upArrow for up 1000Hz and ALT+CRL+dnArrow for down 1000Hz.

To enable the global hotkeys for the Griffins, click SETUP | HOTKEYS | POWERMATE GRIFFIN USB VFO KNOB.

 

The above description of Griffin programming refers to xHz.  xHz is a small frequency increment.

 

Logger32 has a feature that allows the user to roll their mousewheel over the frequency display on the Logbook Entry Window.  This moves your VFO up/down by small increments.  Right click on the frequency on the Logbook Entry Window to show a menu of frequency increment options.  Set this to suit your operating style.  If you are familiar with rolling the mousewheel over the frequency display to move the VFO up/down, then you know that holding down the SHIFT key while doing this multiplies the increment by a factor of 10.  The same applies to spinning the Griffin wheel.

 

For the more creative user, you could of course program a single Griffin to control both radios: CTL+> for primary radio up xHz, CTL+< for primary radio down xHz, CTL+upArrow for SO2R/SO2V up xHz, CTL+dnArrow for SO2R/SO2V down xHz,

 

73.

 


Re: Using MMVARI for CQWW RTTY

Paul Ormandy ZL4PW <zl4pw@...>
 

Thanks Bob,

That worked!

Cheers,

Paul

On 28/09/2013 1:17 a.m., k4cy@... wrote:

 
Did you try setting up the STX field on the Logbook Entry Window with a preset text of 32?  Of course you'd probably want to turn the silly thing off after the contest.  73.


From: "Paul Ormandy ZL4PW"
To: "hamlogger-yahoogroups.com"
Sent: Friday, September 27, 2013 8:50:33 PM
Subject: [hamlogger] Using MMVARI for CQWW RTTY

 

Hi all,

I know L32 isn't built as a contesting program but have not yet set up an alternative for RTTY
contesting (like N1MM which I have installed).

Is there a way for the STX field to be fixed to read my CQ Zone (i.e. 32) instead of incrementing?

Cheers,

Paul



Re: Using MMVARI for CQWW RTTY

Bob
 

Did you try setting up the STX field on the Logbook Entry Window with a preset text of 32?  Of course you'd probably want to turn the silly thing off after the contest.  73.


From: "Paul Ormandy ZL4PW"
To: "hamlogger-yahoogroups.com"
Sent: Friday, September 27, 2013 8:50:33 PM
Subject: [hamlogger] Using MMVARI for CQWW RTTY

 

Hi all,

I know L32 isn't built as a contesting program but have not yet set up an alternative for RTTY
contesting (like N1MM which I have installed).

Is there a way for the STX field to be fixed to read my CQ Zone (i.e. 32) instead of incrementing?

Cheers,

Paul


STX field

Paul Ormandy ZL4PW <zl4pw@...>
 

Hi guys,

Thansk for replies... but I want my CQ zone to appear in the STX field of the ADIF trail. Should have made that clear!

So when I convert the ADIF to Cabrillo, 32 will appear in the STX field.

73

Paul


Re: Using MMVARI for CQWW RTTY

Gerry VE6LB
 

 
It’s Zone plus State/Prov for this one. No variables.
 
73, Gerry VE6LB
 
From: k4cy@...
Sent: Friday, September 27, 2013 7:04 PM
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Using MMVARI for CQWW RTTY
 
 

I have no idea what the exchange is, but have you tried $transmit$BLAH BLAH 599 32 BLAH BLAH$receive$ or maybe even $transmit$BLAH BLAH 599 $serialnum$ 32 BLAH BLAH$receive$.  Exactly what do you want the transmission to be?  73.


From: "Paul Ormandy ZL4PW"
To: "hamlogger-yahoogroups.com"
Sent: Friday, September 27, 2013 8:50:33 PM
Subject: [hamlogger] Using MMVARI for CQWW RTTY

 

Hi all,

I know L32 isn't built as a contesting program but have not yet set up an alternative for RTTY
contesting (like N1MM which I have installed).

Is there a way for the STX field to be fixed to read my CQ Zone (i.e. 32) instead of incrementing?

Cheers,

Paul


Re: Using MMVARI for CQWW RTTY

Bob
 

I have no idea what the exchange is, but have you tried $transmit$BLAH BLAH 599 32 BLAH BLAH$receive$ or maybe even $transmit$BLAH BLAH 599 $serialnum$ 32 BLAH BLAH$receive$.  Exactly what do you want the transmission to be?  73.


From: "Paul Ormandy ZL4PW" <zl4pw@...>
To: "hamlogger-yahoogroups.com"
Sent: Friday, September 27, 2013 8:50:33 PM
Subject: [hamlogger] Using MMVARI for CQWW RTTY

 

Hi all,

I know L32 isn't built as a contesting program but have not yet set up an alternative for RTTY
contesting (like N1MM which I have installed).

Is there a way for the STX field to be fixed to read my CQ Zone (i.e. 32) instead of incrementing?

Cheers,

Paul


Re: Using MMVARI for CQWW RTTY

Gerry VE6LB
 

 
Paul,
 
I just put it in the exchange 599-04-AB (need your state in this contest).
 
73,
Gerry VE6LB/VA6XDX
DXCC, VUCC, WAS Card Checker-Southern Alberta
VE/VA6 QSL Bureau Team
(403) 251-0384
 
Sent: Friday, September 27, 2013 6:50 PM
Subject: [hamlogger] Using MMVARI for CQWW RTTY
 
 

Hi all,

I know L32 isn't built as a contesting program but have not yet set up an alternative for RTTY
contesting (like N1MM which I have installed).

Is there a way for the STX field to be fixed to read my CQ Zone (i.e. 32) instead of incrementing?

Cheers,

Paul


Using MMVARI for CQWW RTTY

Paul Ormandy ZL4PW <zl4pw@...>
 

Hi all,

I know L32 isn't built as a contesting program but have not yet set up an alternative for RTTY contesting (like N1MM which I have installed).

Is there a way for the STX field to be fixed to read my CQ Zone (i.e. 32) instead of incrementing?

Cheers,

Paul


Logger32 update

Bob
 

The next Logger32 update will include support for the Griffin PowerMate USB knob.  I you have a Griffin (or maybe a pryde of Griffins :) set them up as follows:

 

To control the primary radio, program your Griffin:  CTL+> for up xHz, CTL+< for down xHx, ALT+CTL+> for up 1000Hz and ALT+CRL+< for down 1000Hz.

To control the SO2R or SO2V, program your Griffin: CTL+upArrow for up xHz, CTL+dnArrow for down xHz, ALT+CTL+upArrow for up 1000Hz and ALT+CRL+dnArrow for down 1000Hz.

To enable the global hotkeys for the Griffins, click SETUP | HOTKEYS | POWERMATE GRIFFIN USB VFO KNOB.

 

The above description of Griffin programming refers to xHz.  xHz is a small frequency increment.

 

Logger32 has a feature that allows the user to roll their mousewheel over the frequency display on the Logbook Entry Window.  This moves your VFO up/down by small increments.  Right click on the frequency on the Logbook Entry Window to show a menu of frequency increment options.  Set this to suit your operating style.  If you are familiar with rolling the mousewheel over the frequency display to move the VFO up/down, then you know that holding down the SHIFT key while doing this multiplies the increment by a factor of 10.  The same applies to spinning the Griffin wheel.

 

For the more creative user, you could of course program a single Griffin to control both radios: CTL+> for primary radio up xHz, CTL+< for primary radio down xHz, CTL+upArrow for SO2R/SO2V up xHz, CTL+dnArrow for SO2R/SO2V down xHz,

 

73.

 


Re: To answer an SWL-paper card

Peter Eckersberger
 

Hi Jim,

Thank you for the quick answer. You hit the nail. I had a seperate SWL-label BUT made a wrong ADIF-allocation in the first ADIF-field (Field 1). Changed it now to "CALL" and everything is OK.


73 de Pez, OE3EPW
<oe3epw@...>




Am 27.09.2013 17:20, schrieb Jim Hargrave:

Pez,

What program are you using for printing the labels?
You need to configure a different setup for SWL cards which does not have
the QSL_VIA field included.

I use Logprint for printing QSL cards and have a separate setup for printing
SWL cards.


73s de Jim
W5IFP




-----Original Message-----
From: hamlogger@... [mailto:hamlogger@...]On
Behalf Of Peter Eckersberger
Sent: Friday, September 27, 2013 9:03 AM
To: YAHOO / Hamlogger Forum
Subject: [hamlogger] To answer an SWL-paper card




Hello,

I tried to confirm the receive of a paper SWL-card by following the
procedure in the "Help"-section of "Logger32". The "Logger32" version is
3.47.23

Here the story ... "SP-0142-JG" sent a paper card and requested
confirmation of a QSO which I had last year with the Polish DXpedition
"5T0SP". The QSL-manager of that DXpedition was "SP6FXY".

Everything went fine except the fact that the DXpeditions QSL-manager was
also taken over onto the label which I like to send to the SWL. At the upper
right edge of the label it says ... via: SP6FXY

Well, provided that it wasn't me by doing something wrong or
misunderstanding the system IMO that manager should not be written onto the
label/QSL-card I send to the SWL. In that case the DXpeditions manager has
no function at all. My confirmation card should be addressed and go straight
to the SWL.


73 de Pez, OE3EPW
<oe3epw@...>





Re: opening DX cluster

Gerry VE6LB
 

 
Martin,
 
Not happening here on my W7/64 machine.
 
73 Gerry VE6LB
 
From: Martin
Sent: Friday, September 27, 2013 08:27
Subject: [hamlogger] opening DX cluster
 
 

Hi
I`m NOT using the dx cluster in logger 32, but since last week, since verion 3.47.12  21 sept, the cluster opens.
When i close the cluster in the program, the next time when open logger 32 it is not there, but when i close logger, the screan from the cluster pops up and the program shuts down.
than next time i open logger32 again the cluster opens again??
now version 3.47.23 i still the same....
any idea what is wrong..
 
 
Martin
PE1NCP


Re: To answer an SWL-paper card

Jim Hargrave <w5ifp@...>
 

Pez,
 
What program are you using for printing the labels?
You need to configure a different setup for SWL cards which does not have the QSL_VIA field included.
 
I use Logprint for printing QSL cards and have a separate setup for printing SWL cards.

    73s de Jim
       W5IFP
 

 

-----Original Message-----
From: hamlogger@... [mailto:hamlogger@...]On Behalf Of Peter Eckersberger
Sent: Friday, September 27, 2013 9:03 AM
To: YAHOO / Hamlogger Forum
Subject: [hamlogger] To answer an SWL-paper card

Hello,

I tried to confirm the receive of a paper SWL-card by following the procedure in the "Help"-section of "Logger32". The "Logger32" version is 3.47.23

Here the story ... "SP-0142-JG" sent a paper card and requested confirmation of a QSO which I had last year with the Polish DXpedition "5T0SP". The QSL-manager of that DXpedition was "SP6FXY".

Everything went fine except the fact that the DXpeditions QSL-manager was also taken over onto the label which I like to send to the SWL. At the upper right edge of the label it says ... via: SP6FXY

Well, provided that it wasn't me by doing something wrong or misunderstanding the system IMO that manager should not be written onto the label/QSL-card I send to the SWL. In that case the DXpeditions manager has no function at all. My confirmation card should be addressed and go straight to the SWL.


73 de Pez,  OE3EPW
 


Re: opening DX cluster

f4bkt
 

Hello Martin, Ray

If you don't need DXCLuster in Logger32

Open in main toolbar..View
Then Show Cluster Windows
Telnet windows is now open
Open the second Tab wich is the cluster
Then Right Click in the cluster windows
Then uncheck "Login on Start"

You can also Setup it
Right Click in Cluster windows
Setup
Setup remote host
and delete all entries
and of course uncheck "login on start"
Hope that can help you

73's Philippe




De : Martin
À : hamlogger@...
Envoyé le : Vendredi 27 septembre 2013 16h27
Objet : [hamlogger] opening DX cluster

 
Hi
I`m NOT using the dx cluster in logger 32, but since last week, since verion 3.47.12  21 sept, the cluster opens.
When i close the cluster in the program, the next time when open logger 32 it is not there, but when i close logger, the screan from the cluster pops up and the program shuts down.
than next time i open logger32 again the cluster opens again??
now version 3.47.23 i still the same....
any idea what is wrong..
 
 
Martin
PE1NCP



Re: opening DX cluster

rf200655
 

Have the same problem also win 7 64 bit
73
Ray
KC4DYM




Sent from my ASUS Pad

Martin <pe1ncp@...> wrote:

 

Hi
I`m NOT using the dx cluster in logger 32, but since last week, since verion 3.47.12  21 sept, the cluster opens.
When i close the cluster in the program, the next time when open logger 32 it is not there, but when i close logger, the screan from the cluster pops up and the program shuts down.
than next time i open logger32 again the cluster opens again??
now version 3.47.23 i still the same....
any idea what is wrong..
 
 
Martin
PE1NCP


opening DX cluster

Martin
 

Hi
I`m NOT using the dx cluster in logger 32, but since last week, since verion 3.47.12  21 sept, the cluster opens.
When i close the cluster in the program, the next time when open logger 32 it is not there, but when i close logger, the screan from the cluster pops up and the program shuts down.
than next time i open logger32 again the cluster opens again??
now version 3.47.23 i still the same....
any idea what is wrong..
 
 
Martin
PE1NCP


To answer an SWL-paper card

Peter Eckersberger
 

Hello,

I tried to confirm the receive of a paper SWL-card by following the procedure in the "Help"-section of "Logger32". The "Logger32" version is 3.47.23

Here the story ... "SP-0142-JG" sent a paper card and requested confirmation of a QSO which I had last year with the Polish DXpedition "5T0SP". The QSL-manager of that DXpedition was "SP6FXY".

Everything went fine except the fact that the DXpeditions QSL-manager was also taken over onto the label which I like to send to the SWL. At the upper right edge of the label it says ... via: SP6FXY

Well, provided that it wasn't me by doing something wrong or misunderstanding the system IMO that manager should not be written onto the label/QSL-card I send to the SWL. In that case the DXpeditions manager has no function at all. My confirmation card should be addressed and go straight to the SWL.


73 de Pez,ᅵ OE3EPW
ᅵ


Re: CW Machine

Bob
 

Yes, 73.


From: sturpe@...
To: hamlogger@...
Sent: Friday, September 27, 2013 8:48:11 AM
Subject: [hamlogger] CW Machine

 

Is version 3.47.2 the latest version of cw machine?


CW Machine

Paul Sturpe
 

Is version 3.47.2 the latest version of cw machine?


Re: L32 V 3.47.23

Bob
 

Hold the left mouse button down and drag the mouse over the text of interest.  You will see the text highlighted as you move the mouse.  Release the mouse button.  Now place the mouse over the field (for example Comment, QTH)  Right click the mouse button and select PASTE.  Or you can put the mouse over the interesting text.  It will highligh when the mouse is moved over it.  Right click on the word.  Choose one of the menu options.  Or, you could read the help file.  73.

 


From: "F6FLU" <F6FLU@...>
To: hamlogger@...
Sent: Friday, September 27, 2013 4:32:12 AM
Subject: [hamlogger] L32 V 3.47.23

 

Hello
many many thanks about this new version with the possibility of text insertion in MMVARI !!
But I have a problem I can't select a word to add into the "Notes" or "comment" Fields
For example
My correspondant wrote "RDA YR-09"
How Can I capture these words "RDA YR-09" and add them to the "Comment" or "Notes" Fields ?
Thanks
Dan

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http://dlavocat.fr
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