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Re: Missing .OCX files

John T. Blair
 

At 02:20 PM 5/2/2021, you wrote:

>Looking for some advice. I think this is a computer problem rather than attributable to
>L32 as I have been running v4 for a couple of weeks and all OK. The problem seemed to
>arise after I had uninstalled a couple of other programs.  .....

>But if the ask for an ADIF Export it reports Run Time Error 339 : MSComCT2.ocx missing
>and closes.

Chris,

DId you get it figured out?  If not check  item 2 in my email:

https://groups.io/g/hamlogger/message/84280?p=,,,20,0,0,0::Created,,was+PC+won%27t+update+-+now+Error+339,20,2,0,82942918

I was having the same problem.  I finally fixed it.

John




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adding FT8 to band/mode summary window

Margaret VA7VF
 

I am updating my Logger32 files and cannot find how to add FT8 to the band/mode summary window, which only shows SSB, RTTY, PSK, CW.  FT8 does show in the logbook window in band/mode column. 73 Margaret VA7VF 


Auto-update v4.0.261 is on-line ...

Bob
 

Maintenance release v4.0.261 (bug fixes) is on-line. SeventyThree(s).


Re: request 3 radio configs

Bob
 

To quantify my interest/enthusiasm in support of/for three radios (and Amateur Radio in general), let me remind y'all that my last QSO was on Feb 16, 2008. I have one radio (with no CAT) that I turn on maybe twice a year and listen briefly, just to remind myself why I no longer actively participate in this ridiculous hobby.
 
Far be it for me to suggest how you (or anyone else) configure/operate your station, but if it were me, I would simply configure all my Icoms the same (baud rate, address, port number, etc.) and connect them to Logger32 through a manual USB switch. And, all things being equal, and a little luck, Logger32 would never know how many radios you have connected, or which one is currently active.
 
SeventyThree(s), and can we please drop this thread.
 
PS. I just looked on Amazon, take your pick, all sizes, shapes, and colors. $15 with free shipping.

On 05/23/2021 11:21 AM N4IS <n4is@...> wrote:
 
 

Neil

 

The question here is how to make it simple. The IC9700 has 144 432 and 1296, the IC7300  has 50  and the IC7610 runs  the transverters, 222, 902 2304 3400 5670 and 10368.

 

So any time I need to QSY  I need to stop the program , run it again with a different .INI and start all over again, back and forward.

 

Yes it work , or it is a work around that is very boring to do during a contest.

 

My 2 cents

 

JC

N4IS

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of John Munton - G7SSE
Sent: Saturday, May 22, 2021 12:00 PM
To: Logger32 Groups io <hamlogger@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] request 3 radio configs

 

Neil

As suggested by Pete, an option is to use additional configurations for different radio combinations.

7300 + 9700 or 7610 + 9700 etc

See page 499 of the latest Help Guide; "28 Contesting and configurations"

73

John - G7SSE

 

 

------ Original Message ------

From: "Neil, G3RIR via groups.io" <ackerley.neil@...>

Sent: 22/05/2021 11:07:32

Subject: [hamlogger] request 3 radio configs

 

I have been using Logger32 for many years but recently I acquired a 3rd radio. I now have IC7610 IC7300 and IC9700. Logger32 doesn't allow more than two radios. I tried other logging programs, one in particular, DXLAB allows three radio set. However I didn't like the program in general as it felt not user friendly. So I returned to Logger32.

Any chance of a new feature to allow 3 radio setup?

Neil G3RIR


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Re: request 3 radio configs

John Munton - G7SSE
 

Run second PC or laptop with another instance of Logger32 running then you can have up to four radios.

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Re: request 3 radio configs

Larry Fravel
 

AMEN Dave!  Thanks Bob and the devs or a great program that does what it is intended to do. 

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Re: request 3 radio configs

Dave Colliau
 

I dont remember logger 32 being touted as a contest program. Only a logging program with lots of features.
At some point Bob has to say ENUFF !.
I run 2 rigs but not all the time and I do have 3 but I am happy with what I have and whats been provided.
Over the course of a few years running logger 32 I have seen some really silly shit that people just have to have and for free !
Its Bobs call. He is driving the bus !
Dave N8DC

On 05/23/2021 11:21 AM N4IS <n4is@...> wrote:
 
 

Neil

 

The question here is how to make it simple. The IC9700 has 144 432 and 1296, the IC7300  has 50  and the IC7610 runs  the transverters, 222, 902 2304 3400 5670 and 10368.

 

So any time I need to QSY  I need to stop the program , run it again with a different .INI and start all over again, back and forward.

 

Yes it work , or it is a work around that is very boring to do during a contest.

 

My 2 cents

 

JC

N4IS

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of John Munton - G7SSE
Sent: Saturday, May 22, 2021 12:00 PM
To: Logger32 Groups io <hamlogger@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] request 3 radio configs

 

Neil

As suggested by Pete, an option is to use additional configurations for different radio combinations.

7300 + 9700 or 7610 + 9700 etc

See page 499 of the latest Help Guide; "28 Contesting and configurations"

73

John - G7SSE

 

 

------ Original Message ------

From: "Neil, G3RIR via groups.io" <ackerley.neil@...>

Sent: 22/05/2021 11:07:32

Subject: [hamlogger] request 3 radio configs

 

I have been using Logger32 for many years but recently I acquired a 3rd radio. I now have IC7610 IC7300 and IC9700. Logger32 doesn't allow more than two radios. I tried other logging programs, one in particular, DXLAB allows three radio set. However I didn't like the program in general as it felt not user friendly. So I returned to Logger32.

Any chance of a new feature to allow 3 radio setup?

Neil G3RIR


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73, John - G7SSE

 


Re: request 3 radio configs

N4IS
 

Neil

 

The question here is how to make it simple. The IC9700 has 144 432 and 1296, the IC7300  has 50  and the IC7610 runs  the transverters, 222, 902 2304 3400 5670 and 10368.

 

So any time I need to QSY  I need to stop the program , run it again with a different .INI and start all over again, back and forward.

 

Yes it work , or it is a work around that is very boring to do during a contest.

 

My 2 cents

 

JC

N4IS

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of John Munton - G7SSE
Sent: Saturday, May 22, 2021 12:00 PM
To: Logger32 Groups io <hamlogger@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] request 3 radio configs

 

Neil

As suggested by Pete, an option is to use additional configurations for different radio combinations.

7300 + 9700 or 7610 + 9700 etc

See page 499 of the latest Help Guide; "28 Contesting and configurations"

73

John - G7SSE

 

 

------ Original Message ------

From: "Neil, G3RIR via groups.io" <ackerley.neil@...>

Sent: 22/05/2021 11:07:32

Subject: [hamlogger] request 3 radio configs

 

I have been using Logger32 for many years but recently I acquired a 3rd radio. I now have IC7610 IC7300 and IC9700. Logger32 doesn't allow more than two radios. I tried other logging programs, one in particular, DXLAB allows three radio set. However I didn't like the program in general as it felt not user friendly. So I returned to Logger32.

Any chance of a new feature to allow 3 radio setup?

Neil G3RIR


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73, John - G7SSE


Re: request 3 radio configs

Alex Dolgosh
 

I continue be amazed at comments seeming to demean the understanding or interest level of the author and support volunteers of FREE software.

Bob has always offered a generous money-back warranty - useful to purchase additional radios!

On May 23, 2021, at 6:56 AM, David KN2M <rodman@...> wrote:

I have repetitively made this request and there seems to be little interest or understanding as to how important the use of another radio might be.


Re: request 3 radio configs

David KN2M
 

I have repetitively made this request and there seems to be little interest or understanding as to how important the use of another radio might be.


Re: STRANGE

ON9TT - Marc
 

tnx Bob, will do that tomorrow

73 have a good night

Marc

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Op 22/05/2021 om 22:32 schreef Bob:

Your LoTW users file (which includes 48K+ Gridsquares) is probably broken. Right click on the DX Spot Window. Click SETUP | LOAD LOTW USERS FILE (FROM CLUB LOG). Click START. SeventyThree(s).
On 05/22/2021 4:18 PM ON9TT - Marc <on9tt.marc@...> wrote:
 
 

When I enter a QSO in L32 it often fills in  the gridsquare like LL39?? wich is certainly not the grid from that station.

I have no idea how this happen.

Anybody????

73  Marc, ON9TT

 

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Re: STRANGE

Bob
 

Your LoTW users file (which includes 48K+ Gridsquares) is probably broken. Right click on the DX Spot Window. Click SETUP | LOAD LOTW USERS FILE (FROM CLUB LOG). Click START. SeventyThree(s).

On 05/22/2021 4:18 PM ON9TT - Marc <on9tt.marc@...> wrote:
 
 

When I enter a QSO in L32 it often fills in  the gridsquare like LL39?? wich is certainly not the grid from that station.

I have no idea how this happen.

Anybody????

73  Marc, ON9TT

 

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30MDG Award Manager for ITU Zones and Prefix Awards - http://www.30mdg.org/ 

Only a boy and his radio

 


STRANGE

ON9TT - Marc
 

When I enter a QSO in L32 it often fills in  the gridsquare like LL39?? wich is certainly not the grid from that station.

I have no idea how this happen.

Anybody????

73  Marc, ON9TT


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ON9TT

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DM Antwerpenhttps://www.uba.be
EPC Award Manager for BEPA and NLPA awards - https://www.eupsk.com/
30MDG Award Manager for ITU Zones and Prefix Awards - http://www.30mdg.org/ 

Only a boy and his radio

 


Re: request 3 radio configs

John Munton - G7SSE
 

Neil
As suggested by Pete, an option is to use additional configurations for different radio combinations.
7300 + 9700 or 7610 + 9700 etc
See page 499 of the latest Help Guide; "28 Contesting and configurations"
73
John - G7SSE


------ Original Message ------
From: "Neil, G3RIR via groups.io" <ackerley.neil@...>
Sent: 22/05/2021 11:07:32
Subject: [hamlogger] request 3 radio configs

I have been using Logger32 for many years but recently I acquired a 3rd radio. I now have IC7610 IC7300 and IC9700. Logger32 doesn't allow more than two radios. I tried other logging programs, one in particular, DXLAB allows three radio set. However I didn't like the program in general as it felt not user friendly. So I returned to Logger32.

Any chance of a new feature to allow 3 radio setup?

Neil G3RIR

--
73, John - G7SSE


Re: request 3 radio configs

n5kd
 

The work-around is to have different config files for different radios.

73’ Pete, N5KD.

 

 

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From: Neil, G3RIR via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, May 22, 2021 10:07
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: [hamlogger] request 3 radio configs

 

I have been using Logger32 for many years but recently I acquired a 3rd radio. I now have IC7610 IC7300 and IC9700. Logger32 doesn't allow more than two radios. I tried other logging programs, one in particular, DXLAB allows three radio set. However I didn't like the program in general as it felt not user friendly. So I returned to Logger32.

Any chance of a new feature to allow 3 radio setup?

Neil G3RIR

 


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Re: request 3 radio configs

Bob
 

Don't hold your breath. SevntyThree(s).

On 05/22/2021 6:07 AM Neil, G3RIR via groups.io <ackerley.neil@...> wrote:
 
 
I have been using Logger32 for many years but recently I acquired a 3rd radio. I now have IC7610 IC7300 and IC9700. Logger32 doesn't allow more than two radios. I tried other logging programs, one in particular, DXLAB allows three radio set. However I didn't like the program in general as it felt not user friendly. So I returned to Logger32.

Any chance of a new feature to allow 3 radio setup?

Neil G3RIR


Re: request 3 radio configs

Fabio IZ8MBW
 

Very nice will be to support up to 4 Radios.


73.
Fabio, IZ8MBW

Il sab, 22 mag, 2021 alle 12:07, Neil, G3RIR via groups.io
<ackerley.neil@...> ha scritto:
I have been using Logger32 for many years but recently I acquired a 3rd radio. I now have IC7610 IC7300 and IC9700. Logger32 doesn't allow more than two radios. I tried other logging programs, one in particular, DXLAB allows three radio set. However I didn't like the program in general as it felt not user friendly. So I returned to Logger32.

Any chance of a new feature to allow 3 radio setup?

Neil G3RIR


request 3 radio configs

Neil, G3RIR
 

I have been using Logger32 for many years but recently I acquired a 3rd radio. I now have IC7610 IC7300 and IC9700. Logger32 doesn't allow more than two radios. I tried other logging programs, one in particular, DXLAB allows three radio set. However I didn't like the program in general as it felt not user friendly. So I returned to Logger32.

Any chance of a new feature to allow 3 radio setup?

Neil G3RIR


Re: GB7UJS-3 for EU RBN Spot feed.

G4RRM Pete
 

Hi All

 

I have been using this for some time now, great feed into Logger and certainly helped with my DXCC totals.

 

73

Pete

G4RRM

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of Rob
Sent: 20 May 2021 17:51
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: [hamlogger] GB7UJS-3 for EU RBN Spot feed.

 

HI All,

I have a cluster configured to provide RBN spots from only EU Skimmers, which is very useful for EU operators. The feed is de-duped also.

I configure my Local Host/RBN tab of the telnet window for this and colour the spots in the DX Spots window so the regular DX Cluster Spots are blue and RBN spots from GB7UJS-3 are green. 

See attached screen shots for configuration......I configure both to GB7UJS (port 7373) and GB7UJS-3 (port 8873) to auto connect at Logger32 start.

Hope someone finds this useful.

Kind Regards

73 de Rob G4UJS


Re: GB7UJS-3 for EU RBN Spot feed.

Rob
 

You're welcome David....... spread the word :-)

73


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Le jeu. 20 mai 2021 à 18:51, Rob <g4ujs@...> a écrit :
HI All,

I have a cluster configured to provide RBN spots from only EU Skimmers, which is very useful for EU operators. The feed is de-duped also.

I configure my Local Host/RBN tab of the telnet window for this and colour the spots in the DX Spots window so the regular DX Cluster Spots are blue and RBN spots from GB7UJS-3 are green. 

See attached screen shots for configuration......I configure both to GB7UJS (port 7373) and GB7UJS-3 (port 8873) to auto connect at Logger32 start.

Hope someone finds this useful.

Kind Regards

73 de Rob G4UJS

 

 

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