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Re: Problem with submode DXCC satistics

Bob
 

Martyn, Here's what I'd do. I'd simply add (as an example) a 13cm band to my BandPlan. A single row with a single frequency for each of the oddball modes/submodes you want to import. The mode needs only appear once in the BandPlan to be known to Logger32. 73.

On 08/23/2020 12:12 PM Martin G0HDB <marting0hdb@...> wrote:


On Sun, Aug 9, 2020 at 02:12 PM, Bob wrote:
Milan, thank you for the detailed reply. Your observation about bandPlan setup (page 41 of the PDF help file is correct). You will notice that the column header is Submode. The change to the documentation was missed when submodes were reintroduced. It will be corrected.
Hi Bob, further to your posting above I  hope you can help me, as a newly-converted and inexperienced user of Logger32, to understand a few things...

In my logbook, imported from my previously-preferred logging app, I have a relatively small number of QSOs that were made using modes such as HELL, THROB, TOR, OLIVIA and MFSK16, and there's even a single HF packet (PKT) QSO in there.  The few-dozen TOR QSOs in particular are on several bands.

In order to get all these QSOs included in the stats, am I correct in understanding that I'll need to edit my Band & Modes table to include a segment for each of those modes on every band on which a QSO took place?  It could take a while to check which band every QSO was on and might also result in the Bands & Modes table getting pretty messy...  :-)

I don't want to have a column for each of these 'oddball' modes displayed in the Worked/Confirmed table; am I again correct in understanding that if I mark the entry for each of these modes in the Bands & Modes table with an N in the Stats column then they won't appear in the Worked/Confirmed table but will be included in the overall stats?

73, and thanks in advance,

--
Martin G0HDB


Re: Installed new PC

Svein Henriksen
 

Bob,

 

Many thanks for the quick reply. I thought the mention of Famous Grouse would catch your attention.

But sorry to disappoint you; I do know about this setting and it is indeed set already.

This window comes up automatically during the installation and is as you know the same place one puts one’s user name and password. Just doublechecked to be sure.

 

By the way, since some update, the program has saved the looked up data automatically by UDP, including the name,  both when I get answers to CQ calls and when I answer a CQ call. I am still using WSJT-X. This is still working perfectly on the laptop.

 

So still stumped. Any more ideas?

 

73 de Svein LA3PU

 

 

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of Bob
Sent: søndag 23. august 2020 17:30
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Installed new PC

 

L32Lookups opens a browser Window. At the top right click SETUP. Surprise, surprise, this opens the Setup Window of L32Lookups. At the bottom of this Window is a field that must point to where Logger32 is installed. Click SAVE. Have a large glass of Famous Grouse for me. SeventyThree(s).

On 08/23/2020 11:17 AM Svein Henriksen <la3pu@...> wrote:

 

 

I just installed a new PC and all is working but one thing.

The automatic internet lookup is not working.

It is working perfectly on the Laptop.

Laptop and new computer are both WIN 10 with latest updates.

Did a Logger32 full install. Same version as on the laptop.

Reinstalled QRZ lookup for Logger32 for HTML and input user name and password. These are correct as I can log in manually to QRZ.com with them.

latest version, same as on the Laptop.

All other settings are the same, I compared.

Input Callsign in Logbook entry window and hit Tab.

The Lookup window comes up but no data.

I am running both Logger32 and the QRZlookup as Administrator.

You never know with Windows and some stupid setting they have hidden somewhere.

By the way; the Windows install on this computer is a clean install and there are no other programs besides WSJT-X on it.

 

So now I’m stumped. Must be something I’m overlooking but can’t see it right now.

Maybe I’ll try Bobs method and go for some Famous Grouse later tonight 😊

 

Any suggestions anyone?

 

73 de LA3PU Svein

 

 


Re: Problem with submode DXCC satistics

Martin G0HDB
 

On Sun, Aug 9, 2020 at 02:12 PM, Bob wrote:
Milan, thank you for the detailed reply. Your observation about bandPlan setup (page 41 of the PDF help file is correct). You will notice that the column header is Submode. The change to the documentation was missed when submodes were reintroduced. It will be corrected.
Hi Bob, further to your posting above I  hope you can help me, as a newly-converted and inexperienced user of Logger32, to understand a few things...

In my logbook, imported from my previously-preferred logging app, I have a relatively small number of QSOs that were made using modes such as HELL, THROB, TOR, OLIVIA and MFSK16, and there's even a single HF packet (PKT) QSO in there.  The few-dozen TOR QSOs in particular are on several bands.

In order to get all these QSOs included in the stats, am I correct in understanding that I'll need to edit my Band & Modes table to include a segment for each of those modes on every band on which a QSO took place?  It could take a while to check which band every QSO was on and might also result in the Bands & Modes table getting pretty messy...  :-)

I don't want to have a column for each of these 'oddball' modes displayed in the Worked/Confirmed table; am I again correct in understanding that if I mark the entry for each of these modes in the Bands & Modes table with an N in the Stats column then they won't appear in the Worked/Confirmed table but will be included in the overall stats?

73, and thanks in advance,

--
Martin G0HDB


Re: Installed new PC

Julian GW4JBQ
 

Not a great follower of the Bourbons to be honest but mustn’t knock it, we must all have a favourite.


Re: Installed new PC

Barry GM4GIF
 

I’ll take ‘Makers Mark’ any day 😋

On Sun, 23 Aug 2020 at 16:35, Bob <k4cy@...> wrote:
... or William Lawson's - For no other reason than their BRILLIANT video commercials. 73.



> On 08/23/2020 11:27 AM Julian GW4JBQ <julian@...> wrote:

>



> Famous Grouse is a good option but I would use the Glen Morangie route personally.

>

>








Re: Installed new PC

Rick Ellison
 

In Logger32 Click Setup from the top menu and then click AutoLookup. Make sure the setting for using the External Lookup is checked.

In the Internet Lookup window (7th icon from right on toolbar) click Toolbox then Setup External Module. Make sure the path to the lookup application is correct.

In L32Lookups in the setup make sure you have entered the correct username and password and you have not edited it in the .ini file as the password is encrypted when stored in the .ini file.

 

That is the 3 basic steps to make sure it is running correctly..

 

73 Rick N2AMG

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of Svein Henriksen
Sent: Sunday, August 23, 2020 11:44 AM
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Installed new PC

 

Rick,

 

Many thanks for the quick reply. But no, I am using the latest version (L32Lookups). Just downloaded it from n2.amg so that is not the problem.

I was just a bit unprecise in my description.

 

73 de LA3PU Svein

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of Rick Ellison
Sent: søndag 23. august 2020 17:28
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Installed new PC

 

Svein…

 

If you are using this application “QRZ lookup for Logger32 for HTML” Then you are about 3 years behind in updates. The lookup program is now called L32Lookups and brings both lookups into one program. It was released about 3 years ago. If you go to my website www.n2amg.com and download L32Lookups this should work for you. Things at QRZ has changed many times since that original program was last updated..

 

73 Rick N2AMG

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of Svein Henriksen
Sent: Sunday, August 23, 2020 11:17 AM
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: [hamlogger] Installed new PC

 

I just installed a new PC and all is working but one thing.

The automatic internet lookup is not working.

It is working perfectly on the Laptop.

Laptop and new computer are both WIN 10 with latest updates.

Did a Logger32 full install. Same version as on the laptop.

Reinstalled QRZ lookup for Logger32 for HTML and input user name and password. These are correct as I can log in manually to QRZ.com with them.

latest version, same as on the Laptop.

All other settings are the same, I compared.

Input Callsign in Logbook entry window and hit Tab.

The Lookup window comes up but no data.

I am running both Logger32 and the QRZlookup as Administrator.

You never know with Windows and some stupid setting they have hidden somewhere.

By the way; the Windows install on this computer is a clean install and there are no other programs besides WSJT-X on it.

 

So now I’m stumped. Must be something I’m overlooking but can’t see it right now.

Maybe I’ll try Bobs method and go for some Famous Grouse later tonight 😊

 

Any suggestions anyone?

 

73 de LA3PU Svein

 

 

 

Virus-free. www.avast.com


Re: Installed new PC

Svein Henriksen
 

I have Glen Morangi in my collection also + several others. But I think
Famous Grouse is Bobs favorite so I thought that would be the better remedy
for Logger32 related ailments he he.....

73 de Svein

-----Original Message-----
From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of Julian GW4JBQ
Sent: søndag 23. august 2020 17:28
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Installed new PC

Famous Grouse is a good option but I would use the Glen Morangie route
personally.


Re: Installed new PC

Svein Henriksen
 

Rick,

 

Many thanks for the quick reply. But no, I am using the latest version (L32Lookups). Just downloaded it from n2.amg so that is not the problem.

I was just a bit unprecise in my description.

 

73 de LA3PU Svein

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of Rick Ellison
Sent: søndag 23. august 2020 17:28
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Installed new PC

 

Svein…

 

If you are using this application “QRZ lookup for Logger32 for HTML” Then you are about 3 years behind in updates. The lookup program is now called L32Lookups and brings both lookups into one program. It was released about 3 years ago. If you go to my website www.n2amg.com and download L32Lookups this should work for you. Things at QRZ has changed many times since that original program was last updated..

 

73 Rick N2AMG

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of Svein Henriksen
Sent: Sunday, August 23, 2020 11:17 AM
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: [hamlogger] Installed new PC

 

I just installed a new PC and all is working but one thing.

The automatic internet lookup is not working.

It is working perfectly on the Laptop.

Laptop and new computer are both WIN 10 with latest updates.

Did a Logger32 full install. Same version as on the laptop.

Reinstalled QRZ lookup for Logger32 for HTML and input user name and password. These are correct as I can log in manually to QRZ.com with them.

latest version, same as on the Laptop.

All other settings are the same, I compared.

Input Callsign in Logbook entry window and hit Tab.

The Lookup window comes up but no data.

I am running both Logger32 and the QRZlookup as Administrator.

You never know with Windows and some stupid setting they have hidden somewhere.

By the way; the Windows install on this computer is a clean install and there are no other programs besides WSJT-X on it.

 

So now I’m stumped. Must be something I’m overlooking but can’t see it right now.

Maybe I’ll try Bobs method and go for some Famous Grouse later tonight 😊

 

Any suggestions anyone?

 

73 de LA3PU Svein

 

 

 

Virus-free. www.avast.com


Re: Installed new PC

Bob
 

... or William Lawson's - For no other reason than their BRILLIANT video commercials. 73.

On 08/23/2020 11:27 AM Julian GW4JBQ <julian@gw4jbq.co.uk> wrote:


Famous Grouse is a good option but I would use the Glen Morangie route personally.


Re: Installed new PC

Bob
 

L32Lookups opens a browser Window. At the top right click SETUP. Surprise, surprise, this opens the Setup Window of L32Lookups. At the bottom of this Window is a field that must point to where Logger32 is installed. Click SAVE. Have a large glass of Famous Grouse for me. SeventyThree(s).

On 08/23/2020 11:17 AM Svein Henriksen <la3pu@...> wrote:


I just installed a new PC and all is working but one thing.

The automatic internet lookup is not working.

It is working perfectly on the Laptop.

Laptop and new computer are both WIN 10 with latest updates.

Did a Logger32 full install. Same version as on the laptop.

Reinstalled QRZ lookup for Logger32 for HTML and input user name and password. These are correct as I can log in manually to QRZ.com with them.

latest version, same as on the Laptop.

All other settings are the same, I compared.

Input Callsign in Logbook entry window and hit Tab.

The Lookup window comes up but no data.

I am running both Logger32 and the QRZlookup as Administrator.

You never know with Windows and some stupid setting they have hidden somewhere.

By the way; the Windows install on this computer is a clean install and there are no other programs besides WSJT-X on it.


So now I’m stumped. Must be something I’m overlooking but can’t see it right now.

Maybe I’ll try Bobs method and go for some Famous Grouse later tonight 😊


Any suggestions anyone?


73 de LA3PU Svein




Re: Installed new PC

Julian GW4JBQ
 

Famous Grouse is a good option but I would use the Glen Morangie route personally.


Re: Installed new PC

Rick Ellison
 

Svein…

 

If you are using this application “QRZ lookup for Logger32 for HTML” Then you are about 3 years behind in updates. The lookup program is now called L32Lookups and brings both lookups into one program. It was released about 3 years ago. If you go to my website www.n2amg.com and download L32Lookups this should work for you. Things at QRZ has changed many times since that original program was last updated..

 

73 Rick N2AMG

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of Svein Henriksen
Sent: Sunday, August 23, 2020 11:17 AM
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: [hamlogger] Installed new PC

 

I just installed a new PC and all is working but one thing.

The automatic internet lookup is not working.

It is working perfectly on the Laptop.

Laptop and new computer are both WIN 10 with latest updates.

Did a Logger32 full install. Same version as on the laptop.

Reinstalled QRZ lookup for Logger32 for HTML and input user name and password. These are correct as I can log in manually to QRZ.com with them.

latest version, same as on the Laptop.

All other settings are the same, I compared.

Input Callsign in Logbook entry window and hit Tab.

The Lookup window comes up but no data.

I am running both Logger32 and the QRZlookup as Administrator.

You never know with Windows and some stupid setting they have hidden somewhere.

By the way; the Windows install on this computer is a clean install and there are no other programs besides WSJT-X on it.

 

So now I’m stumped. Must be something I’m overlooking but can’t see it right now.

Maybe I’ll try Bobs method and go for some Famous Grouse later tonight 😊

 

Any suggestions anyone?

 

73 de LA3PU Svein

 

 


Virus-free. www.avast.com


Installed new PC

Svein Henriksen
 

I just installed a new PC and all is working but one thing.

The automatic internet lookup is not working.

It is working perfectly on the Laptop.

Laptop and new computer are both WIN 10 with latest updates.

Did a Logger32 full install. Same version as on the laptop.

Reinstalled QRZ lookup for Logger32 for HTML and input user name and password. These are correct as I can log in manually to QRZ.com with them.

latest version, same as on the Laptop.

All other settings are the same, I compared.

Input Callsign in Logbook entry window and hit Tab.

The Lookup window comes up but no data.

I am running both Logger32 and the QRZlookup as Administrator.

You never know with Windows and some stupid setting they have hidden somewhere.

By the way; the Windows install on this computer is a clean install and there are no other programs besides WSJT-X on it.

 

So now I’m stumped. Must be something I’m overlooking but can’t see it right now.

Maybe I’ll try Bobs method and go for some Famous Grouse later tonight 😊

 

Any suggestions anyone?

 

73 de LA3PU Svein

 


Re: Win 10 64 bit

Panos
 

Ok looking forward for v. 4 which I think will be very improved, very thank you Bob. " If it aint broke don't mess with it" may be is correct in many cases but don't think this apply to computers and software, just my opinion 73


Re: Win 10 64 bit

Larry Fravel
 

I agree with Bob - works on either platform.  If it aint broke don't don't mess with it.  To quote an old song "Don't go changin' to try and please me".

Larry K8YYY

--
Today is a good day to have a GREAT Day!


Re: Win 10 64 bit

Dave Colliau
 

Bob Bob Bob ... :-)
Dave N8DC

On 08/23/2020 8:12 AM Bob <k4cy@...> wrote:


Panos, there are no plans for a Logger64. There will be a ver 4.0 of Logger32 at the end of the year. Logger32 is a 32 bit application (that's where the name comes from), but runs equally poorly on Win 10 32 bit and Win 10 64 bit. 73.
On 08/23/2020 6:26 AM Panos <sv1grn@...> wrote:


Hi Bob I wonder if are you planning a 64 bit version for the future. Thanks 73


Re: Win 10 64 bit

Bob
 

Panos, there are no plans for a Logger64. There will be a ver 4.0 of Logger32 at the end of the year. Logger32 is a 32 bit application (that's where the name comes from), but runs equally poorly on Win 10 32 bit and Win 10 64 bit. 73.

On 08/23/2020 6:26 AM Panos <sv1grn@...> wrote:


Hi Bob I wonder if are you planning a 64 bit version for the future. Thanks 73


Re: Win 10 64 bit

Jim Altman
 

It does run fine on a 64 bit operating system, but it’s still a  32 bit app.  It would require some effort and maybe a different compiler to make a 64 bit version..  It would cut off people with an older 32 bit system.

 

 

 

Jim Altman

jaltman636@...

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of Dave Colliau
Sent: Sunday, August 23, 2020 7:41 AM
To: hamlogger@groups.io; Panos <sv1grn@...>
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Win 10 64 bit

 

It runs fine in win10 64 bit  ?

Dave N8DC

On 08/23/2020 6:26 AM Panos <sv1grn@...> wrote:

 

 

Hi Bob I wonder if are you planning a 64 bit version for the future. Thanks 73


Re: Win 10 64 bit

John Munton - G7SSE
 

Would require rebranding;

Logger64

;-)
--
73, John - G7SSE


Re: Win 10 64 bit

Dave Colliau
 

It runs fine in win10 64 bit  ?
Dave N8DC

On 08/23/2020 6:26 AM Panos <sv1grn@...> wrote:


Hi Bob I wonder if are you planning a 64 bit version for the future. Thanks 73

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