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Re: Self control CW

Oleh I2/UY2ZA
 

OK! I'm sorry

вс, 12 июн. 2022 г. в 15:40, Bob <k4cy@...>:

The CW Machine has no sidetone. 73.
On 06/12/2022 8:37 AM ub5zmw@... wrote:


Can I hear the CW Machine broadcast without a transceiver connected? Self control.
73, Oleh


ADIF 3.1.3 specification is released

Bob
 

You might want to check it out and see whats new. SeventyThree(s).


Re: Self control CW

Bob
 

The CW Machine has no sidetone. 73.

On 06/12/2022 8:37 AM ub5zmw@... wrote:


Can I hear the CW Machine broadcast without a transceiver connected? Self control.
73, Oleh


Self control CW

Oleh I2/UY2ZA
 

Can I hear the CW Machine broadcast without a transceiver connected? Self control.
73, Oleh


Re: Contest ID- column

Markku OH2BLV
 

I tried using USER-1 for my purposes and it seemed to work as desired.
I just had to put one more column in the logbook and one logbook entry window, it still fit on the PC screen, hi.
This is probably enough this time.
Thanks for the quick feedback.
ps.
I have been using this program since the beginning and it is really GREAT, thank you all.
73 de Markku oh2blv/oh2oa


Re: Contest ID- column

Gary Hinson <Gary@...>
 

Another option is to export your log as an ADIF file, and use ADIFmaster to sort it by the contest ID.

 

Not nearly as convenient as just clicking a logbook column header in Logger32, but I think it would work.

 

73

Gary  ZL2iFB

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of Markku OH2BLV
Sent: Saturday, 11 June 2022 6:46 pm
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Contest ID- column

 

Thanks Aki.
I need to start using the USER 1 column to handle my own affairs.
Greetings Markku oh2blv


Re: Contest ID- column

Markku OH2BLV
 

Thanks Aki.
I need to start using the USER 1 column to handle my own affairs.
Greetings Markku oh2blv


Re: Contest ID- column

ja1nlx
 

Marku

Try to use other column like USER_1. USER_1 is sortable.


73 de aki
JA1NLX

On 2022/06/11 15:14:31, Markku OH2BLV <markku.vanonen@...> wrote:

Thanks Gary for the information.
I don’t know if anyone has wanted this before, but I personally use that column to sort different contexts.
Hopefully this will become possible someday and not do a lot of work for program people.
Best regards Markku OH2BLV


Re: Contest ID- column

Markku OH2BLV
 

Thanks Gary for the information.
I don’t know if anyone has wanted this before, but I personally use that column to sort different contexts.
Hopefully this will become possible someday and not do a lot of work for program people.
Best regards Markku OH2BLV


Re: Contest ID- column

Gary Hinson <Gary@...>
 

The ability to sort the logbook on particular columns is determined by the coding behind the screen. 

 

Clicking the date header, for example, sorts the QSOs by date AND time, and the clicked heading text goes red.

 

Clicking along the headers of your logbook will quickly show you which columns are sortable and which aren’t.  Unfortunately, contest ID is not one of them, at least not in the current version …

 

73

Gary  ZL2iFB

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of Markku OH2BLV
Sent: Saturday, 11 June 2022 8:34 am
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: [hamlogger] Contest ID- column

 

 
I know that many columns in a log page can be arranged or alphabetized with the click of a mouse.
What setting determines it ?
For example, I would like to organize my log by contest ID column.
Help is needed.
Markku OH2BLV


Contest ID- column

Markku OH2BLV
 

 
I know that many columns in a log page can be arranged or alphabetized with the click of a mouse.
What setting determines it ?
For example, I would like to organize my log by contest ID column.
Help is needed.
Markku OH2BLV


Re: Search the Logbook by CALL scroll problem

Bob
 

I am still not able to reproduce your problem. However, I have rewritten some of the code that hopefully will be smoother and quicker. I start Beta testing the new code today. SeventyThree(s).

On 06/07/2022 1:06 PM Milan Pračka <ok1dmp@...> wrote:


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




Re: 6 meter RTTY

Panos <sv1grn@...>
 

Hi, better you can look also for FT8 on 50313  73


Re: Moving Logger 32 to a new PC

n5kd
 

Hi Gary,

You are right that different screen resolutions etc. could be on each computer.

That’s why I have multiple .ini files, which are selected by my batch file.

They are all “stored” on my main PC, so they are backed up. but are selected as necessary on each backup/slave computer.

Cheers, Pete, N5KD.


On Jun 8, 2022, at 21:22, Gary Hinson <Gary@...> wrote:

Hello Gary,
 
Hi Ian
 
Have you tried the process?
 
Yes I have, since you ask.  Not for a few months though.
 
1. Fonts.                   Both PC and Lap top on Windows 10, surely not a problem?
 
It was for me because I prefer fonts with slashed or dotted zero for logging, so I had installed additional fonts on the main PC that were not on the other.  Logger32 warns us and defaults to Arial in that case.
 
2. Disks and folders. Both PC and Lap top have the same structure.
 
Fine.  Good luck keeping those PCs in step.
 
3. Radio hardware – radios, antennas and peripherals.              Agreed  changes would be required.
 
Yup
 
4. Screen size/resolution.                    Doesn't seem to be a problem.
 
The sizes and screen positions of Logger32 panes are also stored in the .ini files.  Provided all the panes you expect to see do actually fit within the screens on both PCs, no problem.  However, if one of the screens is too small, panes can be located off-screen i.e.  they are apparently open but invisible.  It’s not hard to get them back on-screen, just a bit disconcerting and annoying – something that can easily befuddle Logger32 users.
 
5. Other stuff I’ve forgotten.               Happens to me every day! Lol.
 
Do I come here often?
 
So, as you say it isn't a universal solution, 
 
We’re agreed on that then!
 
BUT, it does provide the answer to what David was looking for i.e move L32 to another PC. As we know, installing L32 is easy, setting up the myriad of options is quite another thing. 
 
… which is why we have the User Manual, lots of hints within Logger32, some helpful videos on YouTube, plus this reflector … and now your advice and my cautious responses here too Ian!
 
I’m pretty sure the User Manual talks about meddling with Logger32’s settings directly in the .ini files, cautiously again (e.g. backup first, before meddling).  Cutting-and-pasting key sections from a known-good .ini into a problematic .ini does work, if you’re careful, so that’s one way to find and perhaps fix issues such as missing fonts, different disk/folder locations etc., as well as transferring the more fiddly settings such as colours, alarms/alerts, and logbook columns. However, the preferred approach is to install Logger32 and configure it from scratch through Logger32’s myriad menus and options, guided by the User Manual etc.  Trust me, it gets easier with practice.
 
Cheers
 73
Ian G4GIR
 
73 … and welcome aboard the L32 support team 😊
Gary  ZL2iFB  
 
 
 
 
 
----- Original Message -----
From: Gary Hinson <Gary@...>
Reply-To: <hamlogger@groups.io>
Sent: 08/06/2022 07:30:00
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Moving Logger 32 to a new PC

You guys may be fortunate: the .ini files in the Logger32 directory include config settings for things that may vary between computers, such as:
  • Fonts
  • Disks and folders
  • Radio hardware – radios, antennas and peripherals
  • Screen size/resolution
  • Other stuff I’ve forgotten
 
… so, although it evidently works for you, it’s not a universal solution to just ‘copy the whole folder across’.
 
73
Gary  ZL2iFB
 
From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of n5kd
Sent: Wednesday, 8 June 2022 1:45 pm
To: Radio Chat Groups <hamlogger@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Moving Logger 32 to a new PC
 
I do the same thing as Ian - Copy the complete L32 directory to the new computer.
 
I use this program called bart - https://www.zhornsoftware.co.uk/bart/ - which only copies changes to reduce the amount of data.
 
In full disclosure, I backup from the main PC to a cloud account - then from the cloud back to the second PC (Using BART on both PCs in both directions).
 
We all know there are two type of computer users.
1 those that backup
2 those that will backup.
 
Also, if L32 is not already installed on the second PC then it will need to be installed in order to register all the DLL files. Once it is installed, you can delete the entire L32 directory, and copy it from the main to the second one.
 
73’ Pete,N5KD.
 

 

On Jun 7, 2022, at 18:19, G4GIR via groups.io <i.frith@...> wrote:
 
Hello David,
 
I have L32 on a PC and a Lap top, The PC is the master. I copy the complete L32 directory from the PC to the Lap Top. All works ok.
 
73
 
Ian G4GIR
 
----- Original Message -----
From: VA7DXX David <va7dxx@...>
Reply-To: <hamlogger@groups.io>
Sent: 07/06/2022 17:57:12
Subject: [hamlogger] Moving Logger 32 to a new PC

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: Moving Logger 32 to a new PC

Gary Hinson <Gary@...>
 

Hello Gary,

 

Hi Ian

 

Have you tried the process?

 

Yes I have, since you ask.  Not for a few months though.

 

1. Fonts.                   Both PC and Lap top on Windows 10, surely not a problem?

 

It was for me because I prefer fonts with slashed or dotted zero for logging, so I had installed additional fonts on the main PC that were not on the other.  Logger32 warns us and defaults to Arial in that case.

 

2. Disks and folders. Both PC and Lap top have the same structure.

 

Fine.  Good luck keeping those PCs in step.

 

3. Radio hardware – radios, antennas and peripherals.              Agreed  changes would be required.

 

Yup

 

4. Screen size/resolution.                    Doesn't seem to be a problem.

 

The sizes and screen positions of Logger32 panes are also stored in the .ini files.  Provided all the panes you expect to see do actually fit within the screens on both PCs, no problem.  However, if one of the screens is too small, panes can be located off-screen i.e.  they are apparently open but invisible.  It’s not hard to get them back on-screen, just a bit disconcerting and annoying – something that can easily befuddle Logger32 users.

 

5. Other stuff I’ve forgotten.               Happens to me every day! Lol.

 

Do I come here often?

 

So, as you say it isn't a universal solution,

 

We’re agreed on that then!

 

BUT, it does provide the answer to what David was looking for i.e move L32 to another PC. As we know, installing L32 is easy, setting up the myriad of options is quite another thing.

 

… which is why we have the User Manual, lots of hints within Logger32, some helpful videos on YouTube, plus this reflector … and now your advice and my cautious responses here too Ian!

 

I’m pretty sure the User Manual talks about meddling with Logger32’s settings directly in the .ini files, cautiously again (e.g. backup first, before meddling).  Cutting-and-pasting key sections from a known-good .ini into a problematic .ini does work, if you’re careful, so that’s one way to find and perhaps fix issues such as missing fonts, different disk/folder locations etc., as well as transferring the more fiddly settings such as colours, alarms/alerts, and logbook columns. However, the preferred approach is to install Logger32 and configure it from scratch through Logger32’s myriad menus and options, guided by the User Manual etc.  Trust me, it gets easier with practice.

 

Cheers

 73

Ian G4GIR

 

73 … and welcome aboard the L32 support team 😊

Gary  ZL2iFB  

 

 

 

 

 

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

From: Gary Hinson <Gary@...>

Sent: 08/06/2022 07:30:00

Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Moving Logger 32 to a new PC


You guys may be fortunate: the .ini files in the Logger32 directory include config settings for things that may vary between computers, such as:

  • Fonts
  • Disks and folders
  • Radio hardware – radios, antennas and peripherals
  • Screen size/resolution
  • Other stuff I’ve forgotten

 

… so, although it evidently works for you, it’s not a universal solution to just ‘copy the whole folder across’.

 

73

Gary  ZL2iFB

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of n5kd
Sent: Wednesday, 8 June 2022 1:45 pm
To: Radio Chat Groups <hamlogger@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Moving Logger 32 to a new PC

 

I do the same thing as Ian - Copy the complete L32 directory to the new computer.

 

I use this program called bart - https://www.zhornsoftware.co.uk/bart/ - which only copies changes to reduce the amount of data.

 

In full disclosure, I backup from the main PC to a cloud account - then from the cloud back to the second PC (Using BART on both PCs in both directions).

 

We all know there are two type of computer users.

1 those that backup

2 those that will backup.

 

Also, if L32 is not already installed on the second PC then it will need to be installed in order to register all the DLL files. Once it is installed, you can delete the entire L32 directory, and copy it from the main to the second one.

 

73’ Pete,N5KD.

 

 

On Jun 7, 2022, at 18:19, G4GIR via groups.io <i.frith@...> wrote:

 

Hello David,

 

I have L32 on a PC and a Lap top, The PC is the master. I copy the complete L32 directory from the PC to the Lap Top. All works ok.

 

73

 

Ian G4GIR

 

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

From: VA7DXX David <va7dxx@...>

Reply-To: <hamlogger@groups.io>

Sent: 07/06/2022 17:57:12

Subject: [hamlogger] Moving Logger 32 to a new PC


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: Moving Logger 32 to a new PC

G4GIR
 

Hello Gary,
 
Have you tried the process?
 
1. Fonts.                   Both PC and Lap top on Windows 10, surely not a problem?
2. Disks and folders. Both PC and Lap top have the same structure.
3. Radio hardware – radios, antennas and peripherals.              Agreed  changes would be required.
4. Screen size/resolution.                    Doesn't seem to be a problem.
5. Other stuff I’ve forgotten.               Happens to me every day! Lol.
 
So, as you say it isn't a universal solution, BUT, it does provide the answer to what David was looking for i.e move L32 to another PC. As we know, installing L32 is easy, setting up the myriad of options is quite another thing.
 
Cheers
 
 73
 
Ian G4GIR
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

----- Original Message -----
From: Gary Hinson <Gary@...>
Sent: 08/06/2022 07:30:00
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Moving Logger 32 to a new PC

You guys may be fortunate: the .ini files in the Logger32 directory include config settings for things that may vary between computers, such as:

  • Fonts
  • Disks and folders
  • Radio hardware – radios, antennas and peripherals
  • Screen size/resolution
  • Other stuff I’ve forgotten

 

… so, although it evidently works for you, it’s not a universal solution to just ‘copy the whole folder across’.

 

73

Gary  ZL2iFB

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of n5kd
Sent: Wednesday, 8 June 2022 1:45 pm
To: Radio Chat Groups <hamlogger@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Moving Logger 32 to a new PC

 

I do the same thing as Ian - Copy the complete L32 directory to the new computer.

 

I use this program called bart - https://www.zhornsoftware.co.uk/bart/ - which only copies changes to reduce the amount of data.

 

In full disclosure, I backup from the main PC to a cloud account - then from the cloud back to the second PC (Using BART on both PCs in both directions).

 

We all know there are two type of computer users.

1 those that backup

2 those that will backup.

 

Also, if L32 is not already installed on the second PC then it will need to be installed in order to register all the DLL files. Once it is installed, you can delete the entire L32 directory, and copy it from the main to the second one.

 

73’ Pete,N5KD.

 



On Jun 7, 2022, at 18:19, G4GIR via groups.io <i.frith@...> wrote:

 

Hello David,

 

I have L32 on a PC and a Lap top, The PC is the master. I copy the complete L32 directory from the PC to the Lap Top. All works ok.

 

73

 

Ian G4GIR

 

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

From: VA7DXX David <va7dxx@...>

Reply-To: <hamlogger@groups.io>

Sent: 07/06/2022 17:57:12

Subject: [hamlogger] Moving Logger 32 to a new PC


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: Moving Logger 32 to a new PC

Lorenz Grassl, DL8RDL
 

Hi all,

I have L32 on a PC and a Lap top, The PC is the master. I copy the complete L32 directory from the PC to the Lap Top. All works ok.
I do it this way in my daily business (setup is: "main-PC" and laptop):
I have all my logbook-data in a directory called "log_data" and I just copy _this_ directory completey as on my laptop different logger-settings (other radios etc.) are used which should not be destroyed. For the process I wrote a batchfile which does the job and shuts down my computer after finishing the copy.

Maybe this helps also, David.

73 de Lenz,
DL8RDL


 
73
 
Ian G4GIR
 
----- Original Message -----
From: VA7DXX David <va7dxx@...>
Sent: 07/06/2022 17:57:12
Subject: [hamlogger] Moving Logger 32 to a new PC

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: 6 meter RTTY

Bob Schofield
 

Thanks.

I will be looking for RTTY on 6 mtrs during Field Day.  Hopefully we will hear some.

Bob


Re: 6 meter RTTY

Bob
 

I Googled 6m rtty and it is 50300 for AFSK and 50600 for FSK. SeventyThree(s).

On 06/08/2022 1:49 PM Bob Schofield <ve1rsm@...> wrote:


What is the common frequency on 6 meters to find RTTY?

Bob/VE1RSM


6 meter RTTY

Bob Schofield
 

What is the common frequency on 6 meters to find RTTY?

Bob/VE1RSM

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