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Re: FLdigi

Rick Ellison
 

Radhames..

You can download the Fldigi to Logger32 gateway from my website and see if it works for you. On some systems it still works on other systems it has not. I have a re-write started but I do not know when it will be finished. Life got in the way of ham projects and I just have not had time to work on things…

 

www.n2amg.com

 

73 Rick N2AMG

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of HI3B Radhames
Sent: Monday, June 1, 2020 11:25 AM
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: [hamlogger] FLdigi

 

What should I do to connect FLDigi to Logger32?
Short and simple explanation, will be welcome.
Radhames, HI3B
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Re: '<' and '>' not displaying correctly in DXC window

Bob
 

The Cluster Window shows (like mine) that the raw DX Spot text is not in HTMP. Formatting of the DX Spot for the DX Spot Window does not include the use HTML symbols. It would be useful if other could comment on their observations. SeventyThree(s).

On June 1, 2020 at 11:12 AM Sean - G4UCJ <sean@...> wrote:

No, the cluster window is fine. I have shown the DX Cluster window in the previous image, maybe it is too small to see. I've enlarged it, so hopefully, it is large enough to see now.
I have now changed the window font (I hadn't realised that the grid appearance changed all the windows/grids) and have tried several but nothing makes a difference, it remains as below. Cluster window displays correctly, DX Spots window displays incorrectly. 

It's strange.
73, Sean

 


Re: Worked/confirmed/credited color selection window

Larry Van Horn - Radio (N5FPW)
 

Thank you Bob. It was deeper than I looked.

73 de Larry, N5FPW


FLdigi

HI3B Radhames
 

What should I do to connect FLDigi to Logger32?
Short and simple explanation, will be welcome.
Radhames, HI3B
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Re: Worked/confirmed/credited color selection window

Bob
 

Right click on the DX Spot Window. Go to SETUP | APPEARANCE | DX SPOT HIGHLIGHT COLORS. SeventyThree(s).

On June 1, 2020 at 10:58 AM "Larry Van Horn - Radio (N5FPW)" <n5fpw@...> wrote:

From the latest L32 help pdf file. Where do I find the window below in the menu system?

Thanks de Larry

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Re: '<' and '>' not displaying correctly in DXC window

Sean - G4UCJ
 

No, the cluster window is fine. I have shown the DX Cluster window in the previous image, maybe it is too small to see. I've enlarged it, so hopefully, it is large enough to see now.
I have now changed the window font (I hadn't realised that the grid appearance changed all the windows/grids) and have tried several but nothing makes a difference, it remains as below. Cluster window displays correctly, DX Spots window displays incorrectly. 

It's strange.
73, Sean


Worked/confirmed/credited color selection window

Larry Van Horn - Radio (N5FPW)
 

From the latest L32 help pdf file. Where do I find the window below in the menu system?

Thanks de Larry


Re: '<' and '>' not displaying correctly in DXC window

Bob
 

Try VIEW | GRID APPEARANCE. You didn't comment if you see the same HTML symbols in the Cluster Window. SeventyThree(s).

On June 1, 2020 at 10:14 AM Sean - G4UCJ <sean@...> wrote:

That's really strange as I have the same windows open and connected to the same cluster, but my 'DX Spots' window is showing the HTML type characters. I was wondering if a change of font would help but I can't see where to change the fonts in the 'DX Spots' window (maybe I am being dense - I checked all the 'righthand' menus and 'appearance' options but unable to find it).

Is there anything I can do to get the <> to show correctly in the 'DX Spots' window?

Thanks again. Bob.
73  - Sean

 


Proposal regarding 'hold' functionality

Chris.9A2X
 

Hello,

it hapens (more and more frequently)... I put the DX Spots window (sometimes the Telnet window too) on the hold and forget to press 'Hold off DX spots' again and after some time... well, you know... it happens to you too?! ;)
Idea is to add the parameter with time out after the HOLD function will automatically be suspended.

regards, Chris 9A2X


Re: '<' and '>' not displaying correctly in DXC window

Sean - G4UCJ
 

That's really strange as I have the same windows open and connected to the same cluster, but my 'DX Spots' window is showing the HTML type characters. I was wondering if a change of font would help but I can't see where to change the fonts in the 'DX Spots' window (maybe I am being dense - I checked all the 'righthand' menus and 'appearance' options but unable to find it).

Is there anything I can do to get the <> to show correctly in the 'DX Spots' window?

Thanks again. Bob.
73  - Sean


Re: Win10

Jan
 

Hi Mike

I am using Win10
ver 19.041.264 which is the latest and I do't have any trouble running Logger32

73
Jan
PA4JJ

Op 1-6-2020 om 14:28 schreef Michael Harris via groups.io:
Good day,

I'm new to Win 10 and have recently installed Win10/64 Pro over my old Win7 OS. Everything is working OK in respect to L32 v415 in as much as I don't use all this troublesome auto lookup stuff and strange combinations of software on top of software on top of software.

Because I have a skinny data package I've suppressed Win10 upgrades/updates until I arranged a temporary increase from 4GB/month to 13GB/month. I'm now in a position to release the chains on Win10 updates.

The question is, have there been any unfortunate consequences relating to the latest Win10 update and L32? My PC is currently running 1909 if I remember correctly. I've seen it detailed somewhere but at present can't find it.

Regards,

Mike VP8NO




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Win10

Michael Harris
 

Good day,

I'm new to Win 10 and have recently installed Win10/64 Pro over my old Win7 OS. Everything is working OK in respect to L32 v415 in as much as I don't use all this troublesome auto lookup stuff and strange combinations of software on top of software on top of software.

Because I have a skinny data package I've suppressed Win10 upgrades/updates until I arranged a temporary increase from 4GB/month to 13GB/month. I'm now in a position to release the chains on Win10 updates.

The question is, have there been any unfortunate consequences relating to the latest Win10 update and L32? My PC is currently running 1909 if I remember correctly. I've seen it detailed somewhere but at present can't find it.

Regards,

Mike VP8NO


Re: error #0 hideexternalmodule

F4FQH Olivier
 

Thanks Bob
 
Yes i tried to put L32lockups in admin mode but not tested for the moment. Radio is off
Maybe the cause.
 
73s
 
 

From: Bob
Sent: Monday, June 1, 2020 1:57 PM
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] error #0 hideexternalmodule
 
... or maybe you are running Logger32 and as an Administrator, and QRZ Lookups not as an Administer ... They must both be the same. SeventyThree(s).
On June 1, 2020 at 7:16 AM F4FQH Olivier <unit365@...> wrote:

Hi Bob and all
Anybody could tell me how to remove this error message.
Each time a QSO il logged from JTDX to logger, this message appear.
Searched in old posts but not found anything.
Thanks
Olivier F4FQH

 


Re: '<' and '>' not displaying correctly in DXC window

Bob
 

There was no need for me to add the additional code, it is already there. The very first thing Logger32 does when receiving DX Spots from the socket is to replace any HTML symbols. I connected to GB7MBC (see the pictures) everything is as expected. To double check, I temporarily removed the code that checked for HTML symbols. No change, the text being sent by GB7MBC is not in HTML format. SeventyThree(s).




On June 1, 2020 at 7:42 AM Sean - G4UCJ <sean@...> wrote:

Hi Bob, the address is GB7MBC (gb7mbc.spoo.org port 8000)

Thanks for looking into this, it's appreciated.

73, Sean

 


Re: error #0 hideexternalmodule

Bob
 

... or maybe you are running Logger32 and as an Administrator, and QRZ Lookups not as an Administer ... They must both be the same. SeventyThree(s).

On June 1, 2020 at 7:16 AM F4FQH Olivier <unit365@...> wrote:

Hi Bob and all
 
Anybody could tell me how to remove this error message.
Each time a QSO il logged from JTDX to logger, this message appear.
Searched in old posts but not found anything.
 
Thanks
 
Olivier F4FQH

 


Re: '<' and '>' not displaying correctly in DXC window

Sean - G4UCJ
 

Hi Bob, the address is GB7MBC (gb7mbc.spoo.org port 8000)

Thanks for looking into this, it's appreciated.

73, Sean


Re: error #0 hideexternalmodule

Bob
 

Loger32 was trying to hide the QRZ Lookup Window after a QSO was logged. The message was rejected. A temporary cure will be to disable QRZ Lookups. 73.

On June 1, 2020 at 7:16 AM F4FQH Olivier <unit365@...> wrote:

Hi Bob and all
 
Anybody could tell me how to remove this error message.
Each time a QSO il logged from JTDX to logger, this message appear.
Searched in old posts but not found anything.
 
Thanks
 
Olivier F4FQH

 


error #0 hideexternalmodule

F4FQH Olivier
 

Hi Bob and all
 
Anybody could tell me how to remove this error message.
Each time a QSO il logged from JTDX to logger, this message appear.
Searched in old posts but not found anything.
 
Thanks
 
Olivier F4FQH


Re: '<' and '>' not displaying correctly in DXC window

Bob
 

I assume this is done on purpose by the keeper of the DX Cluster. The text is converted to HTML so that it can be correct on a web browser. I have added code (for the next auto-update) that will un-HTML the DX Spots. Please let me know the address of the Cluster you use so that I can test the code. SeventyThree(s).

On June 1, 2020 at 6:17 AM Sean - G4UCJ <sean@...> wrote:

I have noticed this strange phenomenon for some time, certainly over many versions (I can't remember when, or even if, the text has displayed correctly in the DX Cluster window).

Here's what happens: If I want to send a spot to the DX cluster that includes grid locators the ' <' and ' >' part of the spot get exchanged for other characters (i.e. IO92ma<ES>KP02xx, for example, end up like IO92ma&lt;ES&gt;KO02xx).
It doesn't seem to matter what I change, or whether the text comes from me entering a spot manually in the DX cluster window or if it comes from an external source (such as Live MUF which is connected to a different DX cluster node).
I have included a screengrab of the offending text. It does this on all spots that have the 'greater than'/'less than' symbols, whether entered by me or from another station on the cluster. I wondered if it might be a font issue, but I've tried changing the font wherever it has been possible (unless I have missed one that affects the cluster window) and I only use pretty standard fonts like Arial, Comic Sans or Calibri.
Any ideas on how to solve this as it makes spots tricky to read. BTW, the spots appear as they should when viewing the cluster from different software. I have also tried using different nodes just in case - but to no avail.
I'm thinking it is likely to be user error rather than a software issue.

Thanks in advance & 73,
Sean G4UCJ - IO92ma    

 


Re: '<' and '>' not displaying correctly in DXC window

Jan
 

Sean

I think it has something to do with Unicode in Windows

73
Jan
PA4JJ

Op 1-6-2020 om 12:17 schreef Sean - G4UCJ:
I have noticed this strange phenomenon for some time, certainly over many versions (I can't remember when, or even if, the text has displayed correctly in the DX Cluster window).

Here's what happens: If I want to send a spot to the DX cluster that includes grid locators the '<' and '>' part of the spot get exchanged for other characters (i.e. IO92ma<ES>KP02xx, for example, end up like IO92ma&lt;ES&gt;KO02xx).
It doesn't seem to matter what I change, or whether the text comes from me entering a spot manually in the DX cluster window or if it comes from an external source (such as Live MUF which is connected to a different DX cluster node).
I have included a screengrab of the offending text. It does this on all spots that have the 'greater than'/'less than' symbols, whether entered by me or from another station on the cluster. I wondered if it might be a font issue, but I've tried changing the font wherever it has been possible (unless I have missed one that affects the cluster window) and I only use pretty standard fonts like Arial, Comic Sans or Calibri.
Any ideas on how to solve this as it makes spots tricky to read. BTW, the spots appear as they should when viewing the cluster from different software. I have also tried using different nodes just in case - but to no avail.
I'm thinking it is likely to be user error rather than a software issue.

Thanks in advance & 73,
Sean G4UCJ - IO92ma    

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pa4jj-3 83.162.186.242 port 7388