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Re: Moving Logger 32 to a new PC

Dave Colliau
 

Do the backup zip data base and user files to a thumb drive and then restore all those files to the new one and you should be right back where you were.
Dave N8DC

On 06/07/2022 12:57 PM VA7DXX David <va7dxx@...> wrote:


I need some guidance please:

I have set up Logger 32 how I like it on my main PC but now need to move it to another PC. Is there an easy way to do this without having to go through all of the set up again?

With thanks

David VA7DXX


Search the Logbook by CALL scroll problem

Milan Pračka
 

Hi all,

my Logger32 version is 4.0.294 running on Win10 / 64. The problem is the scrolling in the Logbook page when searching a QSO by CALL.
What I am doing.
Right click into Logbook window opens search dialog - I choose search by CALL and DK7ZT for example. The logbook is sorted by call and CALL heading is red. The search function is correct now and there are DK7ZT QSOs in the list (see upper part of the picture).
But there are more QSO records with DK7ZT in the logbook than four shown - I need scroll the list by click ( red arrow in the picture ).
The problem is - the list on the next page (see middle part of the picture) does not show calls following alphabetically ! I would expect other QSO records with DK7ZT but quite different part of the logbook ( II4VAL etc.) appears.
It is not all - next click to scroll back (see bottom part of the picture) does not show first list of DK7ZT records but again something different ( DM3SWD ) !!!
Calls shown after scroll seem to be random - repeating the procedure never shows identical calls and I did not find any relationship between them.

Important note - search the logbook by QSO_NUMBER, QSO_DATE, PFX etc. works correctly. The problem regards search by CALL only and (I believe) appeared in version 4 first.

Thanks in advance for any idea or help.

73, Milan OK1DMP




Moving Logger 32 to a new PC

VA7DXX David
 

I need some guidance please:

I have set up Logger 32 how I like it on my main PC but now need to move it to another PC. Is there an easy way to do this without having to go through all of the set up again?

With thanks

David VA7DXX


Re: ADIF 3.1.3

Mike Walkington
 

Hi Bob

Thanks.

73s, Mike, VK1OO


Re: ADIF 3.1.3

Bob
 

Because many users have customized the ADIFCountriesWithPrimarySubsivisions.txt and ADIFCountriesWithSecondarySubdivisions.txt files, the are no linger included in the auto-updates. So, rolling back to a recent auto-update will not overwrite you files. Rolling back to an old auto-update that has these files will overwrite the files. SeventyThree(s).

On 06/07/2022 7:29 AM Mike Walkington <mike.walkington@...> wrote:


Thanks Bob

I see that many of the recent UpdateFiles folders contain a Secondary Subdivision txt file. Do my updates get over written by any Primary or Secondary Subdivision files in the "UpdateFiles for Ver 4.0.xxx"  folder when I upgrade or is my choice to look for these files and load them?

By the way in researching this I laughed at seeing "Far Away", "Very Far Away", "Very Very Far Away" and I'm sure you will remember this. Maybe that huge list of Secondary Subdivisions will get written up by someone one day - quizas.

Cheers
Mike


Re: ADIF 3.1.3

Mike Walkington
 

Thanks Bob

I see that many of the recent UpdateFiles folders contain a Secondary Subdivision txt file. Do my updates get over written by any Primary or Secondary Subdivision files in the "UpdateFiles for Ver 4.0.xxx"  folder when I upgrade or is my choice to look for these files and load them?

By the way in researching this I laughed at seeing "Far Away", "Very Far Away", "Very Very Far Away" and I'm sure you will remember this. Maybe that huge list of Secondary Subdivisions will get written up by someone one day - quizas.

Cheers
Mike


Re: ADIF 3.1.3

Bob
 

The two files are user maintained. Add whatever you like. SeventyThree(s).

On 06/06/2022 8:00 AM Mike Walkington <mike.walkington@...> wrote:


Hi Bob

What am I missing?
Update file list for 4.0.293 had the ADIFCountriesWithSecondarySubdivisions.txt file dated 23 Sep 2021 and it had this list of countries which is missing some showing in your list where you add Spain

006 Alaska
015 Asiatic Russia
054 European Russia
061 Franz Josef Land
110 Hawaii
126 Kaliningrad
137 korea
151 Malyj Vysotski Isd
170 New Zealand
288 Ukraine
291 USA
339 Japan

Cheers
Mike, VK1OO


Re: ADIF 3.1.3

Mike Walkington
 

Hi Bob

What am I missing?
Update file list for 4.0.293 had the ADIFCountriesWithSecondarySubdivisions.txt file dated 23 Sep 2021 and it had this list of countries which is missing some showing in your list where you add Spain

006 Alaska
015 Asiatic Russia
054 European Russia
061 Franz Josef Land
110 Hawaii
126 Kaliningrad
137 korea
151 Malyj Vysotski Isd
170 New Zealand
288 Ukraine
291 USA
339 Japan

Cheers
Mike, VK1OO


Re: HELP LOGGER IN FRENCH ...

SCHWEITZER ANDRE
 

Hi Gary,

THANKS for the feedback.

Regarding "Hinson's tips or tricks, I will replace them with "TIP (conseil)" ... personally I like your humor ... I must have the same ... HI HI HI!!!

Normally I'll do a complete read-through at the end of the job ... to correct possible errors (I'm sure there are some) ... I'll do a "mock" installation so I can better put myself in the shoes of a new LOGGER32 user. It will be good for me to reappropriate LOGGER32 ... since it's been 20 years since I put my radio activities in "QRX" ...

In 20 years ... just like me ... LOGGER has changed ... just like me LOGGER has grown ... just like me LOGGER has grown ... the only difference is that I am getting older and LOGGER is getting younger ... HI HI HI !!!

Normally I have time since I promised myself to resume my radio activities ... for my 70th birthday ... and it is not before 12 weeks ...

Concerning the pictures : at the moment, there is only the first display which is in French ... I will see !!!

THANK YOU again

with the 73s of

Le 05/06/2022 à 19:09, Gary Hinson a écrit :

Bonjour Andre,

 

Wow!  You are doing an amazing job! 

 

I regret to say my schoolboy French skills are rotten but I know the English version well enough to understand the translated version.  It looks fantastic to me.

 

Re the ~1500 images, feel free to replace any of the Logger32 screenshots with their equivalents from the French version of Logger32, and ideally include some advice on how to swap from the English to the French versions - unless you feel most French users are either using Logger32 in English, or will understand them well enough as they are, in context.

 

73

Gary  ZL2iFB

 

PS  “Conseil Hinson:” is an accurate translation for my notes but I wonder if readers will get the pun?  “Hints and tips” is the usual English phrase.  Plain “Tip: “ would be fine.

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of SCHWEITZER ANDRE
Sent: Monday, 6 June 2022 12:41 am
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: [hamlogger] HELP LOGGER IN FRENCH ...

 

Hello,

Just to inform you about the work done on the translation of the LOGGER32 help in "French" ...

I finished the work on the images ... for all the chapters ... so ... the images are numbered as follows :
LOGGER32-CHAPTER(01 to 57) - Image number
For the first ones :
LOGGER32-CHAPTER01-001
LOGGER32-CHAPTER01-01-TITRE
For the last ones :
LOGGER32-CHAPTER57-001
LOGGER32-CHAPTER57-002-FIN

This makes a total of 1531 images (LOGGER32-CHAPTER01-001.png to LOGGER32-CHAPTER57-002-FIN.png)

I compressed all the images in a single file.
This file is available on http://f5jbr.free.fr/LOGGER32/LOGGER32-PICTIURES_CHAPTER01-TO-CHAPTER57.zip 

For information : All the images are in PNG format : For me, the PNG format is easier to integrate with text ... especially when there is some overlap !!!

Concerning the translation, I finished the first two sections … Section A Logger32 basics and Section B Logger32 intermediate topics

The file is provisionally available on
http://f5jbr.free.fr/LOGGER32/LOGGER32_AIDE_EN_FRANCAIS.pdf 
 
NOTE: these links will be removed as soon as Gary ZL2iFB has validated the information.

Thanks again for your messages ...
with 73s from

 


Re: HELP LOGGER IN FRENCH ...

Gary Hinson <Gary@...>
 

Bonjour Andre,

 

Wow!  You are doing an amazing job! 

 

I regret to say my schoolboy French skills are rotten but I know the English version well enough to understand the translated version.  It looks fantastic to me.

 

Re the ~1500 images, feel free to replace any of the Logger32 screenshots with their equivalents from the French version of Logger32, and ideally include some advice on how to swap from the English to the French versions - unless you feel most French users are either using Logger32 in English, or will understand them well enough as they are, in context.

 

73

Gary  ZL2iFB

 

PS  “Conseil Hinson:” is an accurate translation for my notes but I wonder if readers will get the pun?  “Hints and tips” is the usual English phrase.  Plain “Tip: “ would be fine.

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of SCHWEITZER ANDRE
Sent: Monday, 6 June 2022 12:41 am
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: [hamlogger] HELP LOGGER IN FRENCH ...

 

Hello,

Just to inform you about the work done on the translation of the LOGGER32 help in "French" ...

I finished the work on the images ... for all the chapters ... so ... the images are numbered as follows :
LOGGER32-CHAPTER(01 to 57) - Image number
For the first ones :
LOGGER32-CHAPTER01-001
LOGGER32-CHAPTER01-01-TITRE
For the last ones :
LOGGER32-CHAPTER57-001
LOGGER32-CHAPTER57-002-FIN

This makes a total of 1531 images (LOGGER32-CHAPTER01-001.png to LOGGER32-CHAPTER57-002-FIN.png)

I compressed all the images in a single file.
This file is available on http://f5jbr.free.fr/LOGGER32/LOGGER32-PICTIURES_CHAPTER01-TO-CHAPTER57.zip 

For information : All the images are in PNG format : For me, the PNG format is easier to integrate with text ... especially when there is some overlap !!!

Concerning the translation, I finished the first two sections … Section A Logger32 basics and Section B Logger32 intermediate topics

The file is provisionally available on
http://f5jbr.free.fr/LOGGER32/LOGGER32_AIDE_EN_FRANCAIS.pdf 
 
NOTE: these links will be removed as soon as Gary ZL2iFB has validated the information.

Thanks again for your messages ...
with 73s from

 


HELP LOGGER IN FRENCH ...

SCHWEITZER ANDRE
 

Hello,

Just to inform you about the work done on the translation of the LOGGER32 help in "French" ...

I finished the work on the images ... for all the chapters ... so ... the images are numbered as follows :
LOGGER32-CHAPTER(01 to 57) - Image number
For the first ones :
LOGGER32-CHAPTER01-001
LOGGER32-CHAPTER01-01-TITRE
For the last ones :
LOGGER32-CHAPTER57-001
LOGGER32-CHAPTER57-002-FIN

This makes a total of 1531 images (LOGGER32-CHAPTER01-001.png to LOGGER32-CHAPTER57-002-FIN.png)

I compressed all the images in a single file.
This file is available on http://f5jbr.free.fr/LOGGER32/LOGGER32-PICTIURES_CHAPTER01-TO-CHAPTER57.zip 

For information : All the images are in PNG format : For me, the PNG format is easier to integrate with text ... especially when there is some overlap !!!

Concerning the translation, I finished the first two sections … Section A Logger32 basics and Section B Logger32 intermediate topics

The file is provisionally available on
http://f5jbr.free.fr/LOGGER32/LOGGER32_AIDE_EN_FRANCAIS.pdf 
 
NOTE: these links will be removed as soon as Gary ZL2iFB has validated the information.

Thanks again for your messages ...
with 73s from



Re: Parallel logging

Bob
 

Now I see the problem. It appears that WinSock.LocalIP returns the first first Local IP it sees. In my case I have only a single adaptor, so I never noticed the discrepancy. I will remove the LocakIP menu item. SeventyThree(s).

On 06/05/2022 6:09 AM DamianM0BKV via groups.io <kammdp@...> wrote:


Hi Bob, 4 pictures from the 2 PCs. The top 2 are from my main PC with the Setup parallel logging IP Address I enter relating to the 2nd PC wireless LAN. In the lower row are pictures from my 2nd PC with the Set up Parallel logging window showing the main PC's wireless LAN that I enter. You can see that in both cases the TCP event viewers config window shows the PC's local IP address from its Ethernet Adapter and not the Wireless LAN that is being used.

Perhaps it's something I'm doing wrong. All is working correctly only the TCP event viewer showing the incorrect local IP address. I was asking if the correct wireless IP address could be shown. 73 Damian




Re: Parallel logging

DamianM0BKV
 

oops just noticed the Port number 52003 on my 2nd PC changed back to 52001 overnight. Can this happen without my intervention?
Again 73 Damian


Re: Parallel logging

DamianM0BKV
 

Hi Bob, 4 pictures from the 2 PCs. The top 2 are from my main PC with the Setup parallel logging IP Address I enter relating to the 2nd PC wireless LAN. In the lower row are pictures from my 2nd PC with the Set up Parallel logging window showing the main PC's wireless LAN that I enter. You can see that in both cases the TCP event viewers config window shows the PC's local IP address from its Ethernet Adapter and not the Wireless LAN that is being used.

Perhaps it's something I'm doing wrong. All is working correctly only the TCP event viewer showing the incorrect local IP address. I was asking if the correct wireless IP address could be shown. 73 Damian




Re: Parallel logging

Bob
 

The event viewer shows this (on my wireless LAN setup). What is you want, and why? SeventyThree(s).


On 06/04/2022 5:56 PM DamianM0BKV via groups.io <kammdp@...> wrote:



Hi thanks Bob, all understood about TCP and the loopback IP address. I'm still interested to know if the wireless local IP address, if in use, can be the local IP address in the TCP event viewer Config window.
Thanks again, 73, Damian


Re: Parallel logging

DamianM0BKV
 



Hi thanks Bob, all understood about TCP and the loopback IP address. I'm still interested to know if the wireless local IP address, if in use, can be the local IP address in the TCP event viewer Config window.
Thanks again, 73, Damian
 


Re: WSJT-X not populating log entry field with callsign #wsjtx

Colin Hendry
 

I have been looking at this for weeks trying different things and I think I have just found it. This setting was not ticked

No Idea how that got changed unless it was during an update. Anyway seems to be working again.

Colin G0ODR



On 04/06/2022 14:47, Colin Hendry via groups.io wrote:

Hi again,
Another isuue thats just started is when using WSJT-X the callsign is no longer passed to Logger32 so Ricks Lookup program doesn't run. If I log the contact from the WSJT-X log window it is logged in Logger32 OK but with minimal details. If I select the log entry the look up window appears and I can update the details from there.
I have been running the same setup and settings for months without issue but now its all going a bit south.
Your thoughts will be gratefully received,
73,
Colin G0ODR


WSJT-X not populating log entry field with callsign #wsjtx

Colin Hendry
 

Hi again,
Another isuue thats just started is when using WSJT-X the callsign is no longer passed to Logger32 so Ricks Lookup program doesn't run. If I log the contact from the WSJT-X log window it is logged in Logger32 OK but with minimal details. If I select the log entry the look up window appears and I can update the details from there.
I have been running the same setup and settings for months without issue but now its all going a bit south.
Your thoughts will be gratefully received,
73,
Colin G0ODR


Flags not being set for new QSOs #log

Colin Hendry
 

Hello,
Recently, the last three weeks or so, Logger32 has stopped setting the QSO flags whena log entry is made. Anyone seeing this or have an idea on how to fix it. I am running the latest version of Logger32 and have the the items ticked as shown below.

Any help greatly appreciated.
73,
Colin G0ODR


Re: Parallel logging

Bob
 

The TCP server socket is bound to the localhost address 127.0.0.1. When parallel logging is enabled and a QSO is logged/modified/deleted, the socket is momentarily bound to the IP address of another PC. Then, when the parallel logging request is completed, the socket is again bound to the local host address. SeventyThree(s).

On 06/04/2022 6:40 AM DamianM0BKV via groups.io <kammdp@...> wrote:


Is it possible in the 'TCP event viewer' window to replace the Local IP Address from the Ethernet cable connection IP Address that both my PCs ALWAYS are showing with the wireless connection IP Addresses that are in use?  I use Wireless on both PCs (I couldn't get the Ethernet link for TCP to work for my main PC and only use wireless for the 2nd PC). Because I'm not using Ethernet connection cables to check out or change the IP Address in the 'Setup parallel logging' window it means going to 'search' on the Windows toolbar and doing a command prompt (CMD) followed by ipconfig to find it in a DOS window.

Also, it says in the manual p633 "Mouseover the TCP panel for an informational pop-up showing the IP address and TCP port number" but this IP address is the loopback address, 127.0.0.1, which I think is standard with windows. What would be helpful is to know the Local IP Address in use without going to the TCP event viewer window.
73 Damian

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