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Re: Logger32 v.4,0,243 fails updade..

Stefano Zoli - Alice mail -
 

Hi Aki... You couldn't put the flea in my ear in time... that I was already there riding the problem was actually given by that... I had probably made a new link to the program and the link was not properly instructed to run as an administrator... a note in this regard HOW TO DELETE THE CONFIRMATION REQUEST at the launch of the program in the hypothesis to use the same link RUNNING AUTOMATICALLY?

 Greetings as always 599!!  Steve

 

 

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Da: ja1nlx
Inviato: lunedì 1 marzo 2021 08:48
A: hamlogger@groups.io
Oggetto: Re: [hamlogger] Logger32 v.4,0,243 fails updade..

 

Steve

Do you set Logger32.exe and Logger32autoinstaller.exe to run as administrator ?

73

On 2021/03/01 15:50, Stefano Zoli - Alice mail - wrote:

Hi.. a question but what problem is there with the failure to auto-update from v. 4,0,243 as no lawsuit is named with poup-ups etc.

I point out that I installed everything from the official until v4.00 everything ok with the first updates then regularly downloads this update, but can not install it.. some straight, because here I can never information, thank you.

 

S.O. Win10Pro 64-bit AMD Ryzen5 3550H 8.0GB RAM. 

 

   Steve

 

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Re: Logger32 v.4,0,243 fails updade..

Stefano Zoli - Alice mail -
 

Sorry.. I solved it myself, ascertained from the auto-update progress text file, that the program had been somehow downloaded .. remains to know what was the cause of the missed run.. I pulled up from the ROLLBACK directory the files of the v.4,0,244 and it is now working then regularly updated this morning to ,245. Sorry about the inconvenience it could also be that I smoked a manual input with all the psychopathic protections of this S.O. that unnecessarily stresses the user just to go and urinate. 

 

Stay up to date.. but above all AWAKE!!

 

Steve  ik4dry

 

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Da: Stefano Zoli - Alice mail -
Inviato: lunedì 1 marzo 2021 07:50
A: hamlogger@groups.io
Oggetto: [hamlogger] Logger32 v.4,0,243 fails updade..

 

Hi.. a question but what problem is there with the failure to auto-update from v. 4,0,243 as no lawsuit is named with poup-ups etc.

I point out that I installed everything from the official until v4.00 everything ok with the first updates then regularly downloads this update, but can not install it.. some straight, because here I can never information, thank you.

 

S.O. Win10Pro 64-bit AMD Ryzen5 3550H 8.0GB RAM. 

 

   Steve

 

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Re: Logger32 v.4,0,243 fails updade..

ja1nlx
 

Steve

Do you set Logger32.exe and Logger32autoinstaller.exe to run as administrator ?

73

On 2021/03/01 15:50, Stefano Zoli - Alice mail - wrote:

Hi.. a question but what problem is there with the failure to auto-update from v. 4,0,243 as no lawsuit is named with poup-ups etc.

I point out that I installed everything from the official until v4.00 everything ok with the first updates then regularly downloads this update, but can not install it.. some straight, because here I can never information, thank you.

 

S.O. Win10Pro 64-bit AMD Ryzen5 3550H 8.0GB RAM. 

 

   Steve

 

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Logger32 v.4,0,243 fails updade..

Stefano Zoli - Alice mail -
 

Hi.. a question but what problem is there with the failure to auto-update from v. 4,0,243 as no lawsuit is named with poup-ups etc.

I point out that I installed everything from the official until v4.00 everything ok with the first updates then regularly downloads this update, but can not install it.. some straight, because here I can never information, thank you.

 

S.O. Win10Pro 64-bit AMD Ryzen5 3550H 8.0GB RAM. 

 

   Steve

 

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Re: Suggestion: Synchronize Radio Clock

Jim Altman
 

It looks to me like hamlib does not support setting a radio’s internal clock.  My Kenwood is configurable to set itself every time I turn it on.

 

73

 

 

Jim Altman

jaltman636@...

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of Bob
Sent: Sunday, February 28, 2021 3:15 PM
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Suggestion: Synchronize Radio Clock

 

... and how does one set the radio time? CAT commands? SeventyThree(s).

On 02/28/2021 3:10 PM Wes Plouff <ac8jf@...> wrote:

 

 

Since some transceivers have a time of day clock display, I suggest adding an option to synchronize the rig's clock to the computer clock. This is separate from synchronizing the logging computer time via NTP or the Windows time set feature. Setting the rig clock could be done when Logger32 starts, on demand, or at regular intervals.

This suggestion definitely falls in the "nice to have" category. However, such a feature would avoid manual settings or fiddling with utility programs.  -- de Wes AC8JF


Re: Atomic Clock

Jose EA7BJ
 

do you run logger32 with administrator privileges?

if not, logger32 cannot update the time due to lack of permissions.

73 Ea7BJ Jose.


Re: Atomic Clock

Tom Wylie
 

Must be an FT8 thing??

Tom 
GM4FDM 

On Sun, 28 Feb 2021, 21:18 Marcos Lima via groups.io, <py1me=yahoo.com.br@groups.io> wrote:
Hi,
Despite the selected setup, the clock is not updated automatically. Only manually
Marcos Lima


Re: Atomic Clock

Bob
 

How do you know it is not updating? It is a background process there are no messages, marching bands, or fireworks ... it updates silently in th background. SeventyThree(s).

On 02/28/2021 4:18 PM Marcos Lima via groups.io <py1me@...> wrote:
 
 
Hi,
Despite the selected setup, the clock is not updated automatically. Only manually
Marcos Lima


Re: Atomic Clock

Marcos Lima
 

Hi,
Despite the selected setup, the clock is not updated automatically. Only manually
Marcos Lima


Re: Version 4 problem

Bob
 

I recall this being reported some time ago. The remedy was to temporarily rename you Logger32.ini file. Get Logger32 up and running. Upgrade it to the latest version. Then stop Logger32, delete the new Logger32ini that has been automatically created. And, finally rename the original logger32.ini back to logger32.ini, and start Logger32. SeventyThree(s)
 
PS. This is a paraphrase of the original posts (numerous) on the subject. 

On 02/28/2021 4:04 PM Jim SIMON <jhsimon@...> wrote:
 
 

I just upgraded from version 3.5 to 4.0.132, and messed up somehow. When I log in, I get the 2 error messages below on successive screens, and when I click on the second error message, L32 immediately shuts down.

 

 

    

 

Where did I go wrong, and how do I fix this? Thanks!

 

73,

Jim  W1YY


Version 4 problem

Jim SIMON
 

I just upgraded from version 3.5 to 4.0.132, and messed up somehow. When I log in, I get the 2 error messages below on successive screens, and when I click on the second error message, L32 immediately shuts down.

 

 

    

 

Where did I go wrong, and how do I fix this? Thanks!

 

73,

Jim  W1YY


Re: Slave Port causing Confusion to 2nd radio

John, G4DRS
 

Thanks, Bob.
Nice idea.
I'll do that in the morning.


John

G4DRS


Re: Suggestion: Synchronize Radio Clock

Bob
 

... and how does one set the radio time? CAT commands? SeventyThree(s).

On 02/28/2021 3:10 PM Wes Plouff <ac8jf@...> wrote:
 
 
Since some transceivers have a time of day clock display, I suggest adding an option to synchronize the rig's clock to the computer clock. This is separate from synchronizing the logging computer time via NTP or the Windows time set feature. Setting the rig clock could be done when Logger32 starts, on demand, or at regular intervals.

This suggestion definitely falls in the "nice to have" category. However, such a feature would avoid manual settings or fiddling with utility programs.  -- de Wes AC8JF


Suggestion: Synchronize Radio Clock

Wes Plouff
 

Since some transceivers have a time of day clock display, I suggest adding an option to synchronize the rig's clock to the computer clock. This is separate from synchronizing the logging computer time via NTP or the Windows time set feature. Setting the rig clock could be done when Logger32 starts, on demand, or at regular intervals.

This suggestion definitely falls in the "nice to have" category. However, such a feature would avoid manual settings or fiddling with utility programs.  -- de Wes AC8JF


Re: Slave Port causing Confusion to 2nd radio

Bob
 

Using the toggle macro give you no flexibility. However setting up two macros like this:
 
On the Radio 2 macro buttons make a macro like this
 
$radio1$
$slaveoportopen$
 
and on the Radio 2 macro buttons make a macro
 
$slaveportclose$
$radio2$
 
... or something like that. SeventyThree(s)

On 02/28/2021 1:59 PM John, G4DRS via groups.io <g4drs@...> wrote:
 
 
If the focus is on the Radio Control Panel, I suspect  T oggle will indeed toggle the radios. 





Spot-on, Bob!
I have been using the global CTRL-T until now, but that doesn't enable me to run a macro command to close the Slave port. Or does it?

No, I think I'll get used to toggling radios using the mouse on the RCP window.

Thanks for the help, Bob.


Cheers,


John
G4DRS


Re: Slave Port causing Confusion to 2nd radio

John, G4DRS
 

If the focus is on the Radio Control Panel, I suspect Toggle will indeed toggle the radios. 





Spot-on, Bob!
I have been using the global CTRL-T until now, but that doesn't enable me to run a macro command to close the Slave port. Or does it?

No, I think I'll get used to toggling radios using the mouse on the RCP window.

Thanks for the help, Bob.


Cheers,


John
G4DRS


Re: Slave Port causing Confusion to 2nd radio

Bob
 

It probably depends where the focus is. If the focus is on the Radio Control Panel, I suspect Toggle will indeed toggle the radios. You could, of course, enable the global hotkey Ctrl+T and toggle the radios with the focus anywhere on Logger32 of even another app. SeventyThree(s).

On 02/28/2021 1:31 PM John, G4DRS via groups.io <g4drs@...> wrote:
 
 
I have now run through the macros and hotkeys sections in the excellent manual again. I have renamed my 'Toggle' macros to '&Toggle' in each RCP. I think that should mean that, when I press 'ALT T', the &Toggle macro in whichever RCP is alive will execute.
It doesn't execute, however. The 'T' of 'Toggle' is showing underlined in each RCP, so I was optimistic when I saw that. I have rebooted the PC and restarted Logger32, just in case it made a difference, but it didn't.
I was getting quite pleased with myself, having gone from being baffled to having a couple of macros that solve my issue. I have just run into a stumbling block with this hotkey thing.
What am I doing wrong?

73,


John
G4DRS 


Re: Slave Port causing Confusion to 2nd radio

John, G4DRS
 

I have now run through the macros and hotkeys sections in the excellent manual again. I have renamed my 'Toggle' macros to '&Toggle' in each RCP. I think that should mean that, when I press 'ALT T', the &Toggle macro in whichever RCP is alive will execute.
It doesn't execute, however. The 'T' of 'Toggle' is showing underlined in each RCP, so I was optimistic when I saw that. I have rebooted the PC and restarted Logger32, just in case it made a difference, but it didn't.
I was getting quite pleased with myself, having gone from being baffled to having a couple of macros that solve my issue. I have just run into a stumbling block with this hotkey thing.
What am I doing wrong?

73,


John
G4DRS 


Re: Slave Port causing Confusion to 2nd radio

John, G4DRS
 

I switch to radio 2 (the IC7300) using CTRL-T and set it to SSB.

The SDRConsole software immediately switches the IC7300 back to CW!

I have conjured up a work-around. I have made RCP macros, one for each radio's RCP, called 'Toggle'. The one in the RCP for radio 1toggles radios and closes the Slave port. The one in the RCP for radio 2 toggles radios and opens the Slave port.
Now my question becomes: Is it possible to call a macro using the CTRL-T keystroke? Or, is it possible to create custom keystrokes that call my 'Toggle' macros? I expect it is all possible, I just can't find it in the manual.

John
G4DRS


Re: Slave Port causing Confusion to 2nd radio

Bob
 

The slave port is a slave to/of the currently active radio. Period. SeventyThree(s).

On 02/28/2021 12:53 PM John, G4DRS via groups.io <g4drs@...> wrote:
 
 
Good afternoon,
I use an FTdx5000  with a SDRPlay RSP1A on its 9MHz IF as a panadapter. The panadapter software is SDRConsole. I use the Slave port in Logger32 to inform the SDRConsole software what frequency to display on the panadapter screen, and to enable me to tune the radio by clicking on a spot in the panadapter. All works nicely.
Except, that is, when I switch to the 2nd radio. I have an IC7300 as a second radio. I don't have an external panadapter connected to the 7300. What happens is as follows: For example, the FTdx50000 (radio 1, connected to the panadapter) is on CW and the SDR receiver is naturally also on CW. I switch to radio 2 (the IC7300) using CTRL-T and set it to SSB.

The SDRConsole software immediately switches the IC7300 back to CW!

I have to go to the SDRConsole software and change its mode to SSB in order for radio 2 to stay on SSB. Some transaction takes place through the Slave port to change the mode of radio 2.
Do I have something set incorrectly? I imagine that the Slave port knows that I have switched to radio 2. I would hope that the Slave port would only operate on radio 1 and be disconnected when I use radio 2. I can't find a way to associate the Slave port only with radio 1. Is there such a function? I expect I am missing something obvious.

John
G4DRS

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