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Re: Granted

Bob
 

Ian, removing the offending code will make absolutely no difference to either the appearance of your DXCC_MIXED awards window, or to the ARRLs intent of only one DXCC_MIXED granted per Country. Unless you care to manually remove all erroneous DXCC_MIXED flags applied by Logger32, they will remain lurking in the background. Should you move you logbook to a platform that cares about these flags things might get interesting. All the code removal does if it stops adding more DXCC_MIXED flags. As necessary, they can be added using the Award Status window. SeventyThree(s).

On 09/21/2021 5:01 PM g4girhb0 via groups.io <ian.frith@...> wrote:
 
 
Hello Bob,
 
Just picked up your e-mail. Bit late here so will respond tomorrow. Will be interested to see what the couple of changes make to the DXCC_MIXED table, next update?
 
Thanks
 
73
 
Ian G4GIR
 
 
----- Original Message -----
From: Bob < k4cy@...>
Reply-To: < hamlogger@groups.io>
Sent: 21/09/2021 15:00:43
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Granted

Ian, I have been investigating this for several days. To comply with the ARRLs intent, the DXCC_MIXED award should only show one QSO per Country. However, as with most things ARRL related, I disagree. I prefer the current Logger32 presentation. I made experimental code changes and was underwhelmed. Not much enthusiasm from the Beta testers either.
 
So, bottom line, the Logger32 DXCC award will remain at it has been for the last 20 years. I have removed a couple of lines of code that were responsible for the large number of "DXCC_MIXED" flags being erroneously generated SeventyThree(s).
 
PS. The ARRL was asked for their opinion on the veracity of the Logger32 DXCC_MIXED presentation. As expected, they have not commented.


Re: Granted

g4girhb0 <ian.frith@...>
 

Hello Bob,
 
Just picked up your e-mail. Bit late here so will respond tomorrow. Will be interested to see what the couple of changes make to the DXCC_MIXED table, next update?
 
Thanks
 
73
 
Ian G4GIR
 
 

----- Original Message -----
From: Bob <k4cy@...>
Sent: 21/09/2021 15:00:43
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Granted

Ian, I have been investigating this for several days. To comply with the ARRLs intent, the DXCC_MIXED award should only show one QSO per Country. However, as with most things ARRL related, I disagree. I prefer the current Logger32 presentation. I made experimental code changes and was underwhelmed. Not much enthusiasm from the Beta testers either.
So, bottom line, the Logger32 DXCC award will remain at it has been for the last 20 years. I have removed a couple of lines of code that were responsible for the large number of "DXCC_MIXED" flags being erroneously generated SeventyThree(s).
PS. The ARRL was asked for their opinion on the veracity of the Logger32 DXCC_MIXED presentation. As expected, they have not commented.


Re: Logger32 Update

Clifford Beck
 

Thanks for suggestions. 

Clifford
EI5FQB


On 21 Sep 2021, at 19:29, Larry Fravel <lfravel93@...> wrote:



This works for anything you want to run in Windows as an Admin.

Larry K8YYY

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Re: Logger32 Update

Larry Fravel
 

This works for anything you want to run in Windows as an Admin.

Larry K8YYY

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I got expelled from school on Pajama Day. Not my fault - I sleep naked.


Re: Assigning calls to a country...

Gary Hinson
 

😊

 

I think chapter 5 tells you all you need to know about logging DXCC entities … and more!

 

And chapter 1 has advice about finding stuff in the PDF using  control+F  or just clicking stuff in the contents listing.

 

73

Gary  ZL2iFB

From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of Markku Oksanen
Sent: 22 September 2021 03:04
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Assigning calls to a country...

 

Thanks!
...  manuals...  my apologies, I did try to look for this information but L32 is very full of features so finding is hard.
Thanks again
Markku OH2RA


Re: Granted

n5kd
 

I think that’s a fair call Bob. I’ve been happy with what we have.

 

73’ Pete, N5KD.

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows

 

From: Bob
Sent: Tuesday, September 21, 2021 14:08
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Granted

 

Ian, I have been investigating this for several days. To comply with the ARRLs intent, the DXCC_MIXED award should only show one QSO per Country. However, as with most things ARRL related, I disagree. I prefer the current Logger32 presentation. I made experimental code changes and was underwhelmed. Not much enthusiasm from the Beta testers either.

 

So, bottom line, the Logger32 DXCC award will remain at it has been for the last 20 years. I have removed a couple of lines of code that were responsible for the large number of "DXCC_MIXED" flags being erroneously generated SeventyThree(s).

 

PS. The ARRL was asked for their opinion on the veracity of the Logger32 DXCC_MIXED presentation. As expected, they have not commented.

 


Re: Logger32 Update

David Leckie
 

Hi

 

I didn’t know that you could run a file from a shortcut with administrator privileges so easily you “live and learn” HI

 

Its an easier method than what I was doing i.e. going to the logger32.exe and running that as administrator.

 

TNX

73

Dave

GM4NFI

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of Larry Fravel
Sent: 21 September 2021 17:26
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Logger32 Update

 

Right click on the ICON for logger32, then select properties/ advanced/ check Run as Administrator, apply, -OK.  Every time you start logger you be asked if you want to allow the program to run (it's Windows thing). Tell it yes.

Larry K8YYY

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I got expelled from school on Pajama Day. Not my fault - I sleep naked.


Re: Logger32 Update

Larry Fravel
 

Right click on the ICON for logger32, then select properties/ advanced/ check Run as Administrator, apply, -OK.  Every time you start logger you be asked if you want to allow the program to run (it's Windows thing). Tell it yes.

Larry K8YYY

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I got expelled from school on Pajama Day. Not my fault - I sleep naked.


Re: Logger32 Update

David Leckie
 

Hi

 

 

Its easiest if it’s the actual logger32.exe file that you run as administrator.

 

If you just select a normal shortcut to logger32.exe and try to run that as administrator the actual logger.exe file will not be run as administrator.

 

There are various ways of using a shortcut that will allow you to run a file with administrator privileges

e.g.

“You can also use the "Ctrl + Shift + Click/Tap" shortcut on an app's taskbar shortcut to run it with administrator permissions in Windows 10. “

 

But I find it just as easy to select the actual logger32.exe and run that as administrator.

 

73

Dave

GM4NFI

 

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of Panos
Sent: 21 September 2021 13:36
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Logger32 Update

 

Hi, just right clic the logger32 icon and select Run as administrator 73


Re: Assigning calls to a country...

Markku Oksanen
 

Thanks!
...  manuals...  my apologies, I did try to look for this information but L32 is very full of features so finding is hard.
Thanks again
Markku OH2RA


Re: Assigning calls to a country...

Bob
 

Right click on the QSO in the logbook page window.Click EDIT COUNTRY INFO. And, in your spare time, try reading the Help file. SeventyThree(s).

On 09/21/2021 10:41 AM Markku Oksanen <markku.a.oksanen@...> wrote:
 
 
Hi Bob,

How do I manually change a QSO country status?   If I look at the log page "grid" choices, there is "dxcc" but that is a number, not a plain text location????

Thanks!
Markku 
OG2A


Re: Assigning calls to a country...

Markku Oksanen
 

Hi Bob,

How do I manually change a QSO country status?   If I look at the log page "grid" choices, there is "dxcc" but that is a number, not a plain text location????

Thanks!
Markku 
OG2A


Re: Assigning calls to a country...

Bob
 

Two things -
 
1) If you logged a QSO with 3D2CR, it should be logged as Conway Reef. If not, you need to load the Club Log exceptions database. If you type 3D2CR in the logbook entry window, it should show Conway Reef and not Fiji.
2) If you have logged the QSOs with 3D2CR as being in Fiji, you need to manually change each one to show Conway Reef.
 
SeventyThree(s).

On 09/21/2021 9:40 AM Markku Oksanen <markku.a.oksanen@...> wrote:
 
 
All,

I just used "database maintenance / country/prefix maintenance", clicked on the country I want to edit (3d2\c) in order to have the Conway reef (3D2CR) properly assigned in the "awards" section of Logger32.
Now, I did this and I take a look at "awards/dxcc" and still all the QSOs are assigned to 3d2 / Fiji.

What am I missing?

Thanks!  
Markku OG2A/OH2RA/WW1C


Re: Granted

Bob
 

Ian, I have been investigating this for several days. To comply with the ARRLs intent, the DXCC_MIXED award should only show one QSO per Country. However, as with most things ARRL related, I disagree. I prefer the current Logger32 presentation. I made experimental code changes and was underwhelmed. Not much enthusiasm from the Beta testers either.
 
So, bottom line, the Logger32 DXCC award will remain at it has been for the last 20 years. I have removed a couple of lines of code that were responsible for the large number of "DXCC_MIXED" flags being erroneously generated SeventyThree(s).
 
PS. The ARRL was asked for their opinion on the veracity of the Logger32 DXCC_MIXED presentation. As expected, they have not commented.


Assigning calls to a country...

Markku Oksanen
 

All,

I just used "database maintenance / country/prefix maintenance", clicked on the country I want to edit (3d2\c) in order to have the Conway reef (3D2CR) properly assigned in the "awards" section of Logger32.
Now, I did this and I take a look at "awards/dxcc" and still all the QSOs are assigned to 3d2 / Fiji.

What am I missing?

Thanks!  
Markku OG2A/OH2RA/WW1C


Re: Logger32 Update

Clifford Beck
 

Hi Panos,

Ok thank you. It downloaded last night ok. 

Clifford. 
EI5FQB


On 21 Sep 2021, at 13:36, Panos <sv1grn@...> wrote:

Hi, just right clic the logger32 icon and select Run as administrator 73


Re: Logger32 Update

Panos
 

Hi, just right clic the logger32 icon and select Run as administrator 73


Re: Cluster colors...

Jim Dawson
 

Thank you Bob! I doubt I'd ever have found it.


Re: F key labels on CW Machine

Bob
 

Open the CW Machine, right click on the top left button. A window opens. In the "Button Caption" field type F1 now click the apply button. SeventyThree(s).

On 09/20/2021 3:32 PM Paul J. Cort-Wright G3SEM via groups.io <g3sem@...> wrote:
 
 
Hi  all,
Please would someone kindly explain, how to show the F, Alt F etc labels at either end of the macro columns
They are shown at each end of the row, in the picture on page 443  (Chapter 25 CW Machine) of the Manual..

Many thanks in advance  73 Paul G3SEM


Re: F key labels on CW Machine

John Munton - G7SSE
 

Paul, they are actually the F1 and F12 columns of macro buttons, just labelled as such in the picture to show the keyboard short cuts.

73
John - G7SSE

------ Original Message ------
From: "Paul J. Cort-Wright G3SEM via groups.io" <G3SEM@...>
Sent: 20/09/2021 20:32:45
Subject: [hamlogger] F key labels on CW Machine

Hi  all,
Please would someone kindly explain, how to show the F, Alt F etc labels at either end of the macro columns
They are shown at each end of the row, in the picture on page 443  (Chapter 25 CW Machine) of the Manual..

Many thanks in advance  73 Paul G3SEM

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73, John - G7SSE

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