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Re: l32lookups certificate problem

Gary Hinson
 

Hmmm, OK Bud.  I don’t think Bing will help: that’s just a search engine, isn’t it?

 

The Microsoft browser built-in to Windows 10 is “Edge” I think.  You could try opening a QRZ.com page in Edge, rather than Firefox.  Here’s mine for instance.

 

In Chrome, my QRZ.com page comes up “Not secure” with a security warning about images on my page potentially being seen or modified.  I guess the images are hosted on a third party service, not on QRZ.com’s own webserver?  Or something.

 

 

…. Alternatively, like I said, try HamQTH.com instead of QRZ.com   I made the move several years ago at about the time they started extorting money from us to see our own info, and I don’t regret it.   I still look up hams’ QRZ.com pages in my browser from time to time to see their photos and Other Interesting Stuff but for the basic info about who I’m working at the time, HamQTH, plus Logger32’s records and notes from any previous QSO, does the business for me.

 

73 GL

Gary  ZL2iFB

 

 

 

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of Bud - VE6CSX
Sent: 21 May 2020 16:41
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] l32lookups certificate problem

 

Gary - I clicked on the above URL and got the expected QRZ page for a ham.  I am using FireFox.  I just noticed that I didn't have bing, so I downloaded it.  I'll see if that helps.


Re: l32lookups certificate problem

Bud - VE6CSX
 

Gary - I clicked on the above URL and got the expected QRZ page for a ham.  I am using FireFox.  I just noticed that I didn't have bing, so I downloaded it.  I'll see if that helps.


Re: l32lookups certificate problem

Bud - VE6CSX
 

Hi Rick - Been there done that.  Didn't help. 


Re: l32lookups certificate problem

Rick Ellison
 

The reason why many AV software detects issues with it even tho it uses newer .net controls the web browser in vb.net is still based off whatever version of Internet Explorer in installed on the computer.

 

73 Rick

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of Gary Hinson
Sent: Wednesday, May 20, 2020 8:25 PM
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] l32lookups certificate problem

 

That still smells, to me, like an SSL (TLS) issue on your computer, Bud.

 

If you visit a URL similar to https://www.qrz.com/db/ao395pp in your browser, does the corresponding QRZ page appear, or do you get the same error message?   If you click or right-click on the HTTPS padlock icon, do you get additional info about the certificate?  Any clues there about what’s going wrong?

 

Anyway, that aside, you can always try using HamQTH.com’s callsign lookup service instead of QRZ.com.  It’s pretty good, uses Logger32’s built-in lookup function (no need for L32Lookups), and in the best traditions of amateur radio, it’s totally free.

 

73

Gary  ZL2iFB

 

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of Bud - VE6CSX
Sent: 21 May 2020 10:35
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] l32lookups certificate problem

 

Hi again fellow hams - I did the deep uninstall with REVO, downloaded a fresh copy and reinstalled.  Set it up of http.  No change.  Same screen.  Maybe I'll have to buy a subscription and use the xml version.


Virus-free. www.avast.com


Re: l32lookups certificate problem

Gary Hinson
 

That still smells, to me, like an SSL (TLS) issue on your computer, Bud.

 

If you visit a URL similar to https://www.qrz.com/db/ao395pp in your browser, does the corresponding QRZ page appear, or do you get the same error message?   If you click or right-click on the HTTPS padlock icon, do you get additional info about the certificate?  Any clues there about what’s going wrong?

 

Anyway, that aside, you can always try using HamQTH.com’s callsign lookup service instead of QRZ.com.  It’s pretty good, uses Logger32’s built-in lookup function (no need for L32Lookups), and in the best traditions of amateur radio, it’s totally free.

 

73

Gary  ZL2iFB

 

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of Bud - VE6CSX
Sent: 21 May 2020 10:35
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] l32lookups certificate problem

 

Hi again fellow hams - I did the deep uninstall with REVO, downloaded a fresh copy and reinstalled.  Set it up of http.  No change.  Same screen.  Maybe I'll have to buy a subscription and use the xml version.


Re: l32lookups certificate problem

Rick Ellison
 

Hi Bud..

Disable your anti-virus and see if it goes thru then. You may need to add an exception to the anti-virus software to let it go thru. I believe that it is the culprit in blocking the webpage from loading.

 

73 Rick N2AMG

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of Bud - VE6CSX
Sent: Wednesday, May 20, 2020 6:35 PM
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] l32lookups certificate problem

 

Hi again fellow hams - I did the deep uninstall with REVO, downloaded a fresh copy and reinstalled.  Set it up of http.  No change.  Same screen.  Maybe I'll have to buy a subscription and use the xml version.


Virus-free. www.avast.com


Re: l32lookups certificate problem

Bud - VE6CSX
 

Hi again fellow hams - I did the deep uninstall with REVO, downloaded a fresh copy and reinstalled.  Set it up of http.  No change.  Same screen.  Maybe I'll have to buy a subscription and use the xml version.


Re: Logger32 upgrade

Wayne Heil
 

OK Thanks Bob

-Wayne


Re: Logger32 upgrade

Bob
 

You can't get here from there. Before you start, backup your logs in ADIF format and put them away safely. Then do a full install of version 3.50.0, then as soon as it comes to life, let it update to 3.50.415. I'll keep my fingers crossed. SeventyThree(s)

On May 20, 2020 at 5:28 PM Wayne Heil <wjheil@...> wrote:

Hi all,

I have not been to active over the last few years.

I am currently using version 3.40.30.  Quite old.

In order to upgrade to the current version, do I need to do a step by step upgrade using the old upgrade files or is there a speedier melthod?

'73,
Wayne, KB6OQJ

 


Re: l32lookups certificate problem

Bud - VE6CSX
 

Hi Gerry - I downloaded the latest version from the site which was modified on May 18 if I remember correctly.


Re: l32lookups certificate problem

Bud - VE6CSX
 

Hi Jim - Actually, there is not a proceed anyway.  I just checked again and attached is another picture with the result.


Re: l32lookups certificate problem

Gerry VE6LB
 

That URL resolves as it should.
Are you running the latest version ?
GERRY VE6LB


On May 20, 2020 3:10:09 p.m. MDT, Bud - VE6CSX <bberges@...> wrote:
Hi Gary - Thanks for the response.  Took me a while to get back to this.  I am trying to use the http version of L32Lookups.  Attached is a screen shot of what I get.  If I click on the more information button, it says the certificate was not secure.  My windows 10 is up to date.  I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling L32Lookups.  Next I'll try uninstalling it with REVO and hope that doesn't mess anything else up.  Any further ideas would be warmly welcomed.

--
Sent from my Android device by VE6LB with K-9 Mail.


Logger32 upgrade

Wayne Heil
 

Hi all,

I have not been to active over the last few years.

I am currently using version 3.40.30.  Quite old.

In order to upgrade to the current version, do I need to do a step by step upgrade using the old upgrade files or is there a speedier melthod?

'73,
Wayne, KB6OQJ


Re: l32lookups certificate problem

Jim Altman
 

If you click ‘more information’ there will be a proceed anyway.

 

 

 

Jim Altman

jaltman636@...

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of Bud - VE6CSX
Sent: Wednesday, May 20, 2020 5:10 PM
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] l32lookups certificate problem

 

Hi Gary - Thanks for the response.  Took me a while to get back to this.  I am trying to use the http version of L32Lookups.  Attached is a screen shot of what I get.  If I click on the more information button, it says the certificate was not secure.  My windows 10 is up to date.  I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling L32Lookups.  Next I'll try uninstalling it with REVO and hope that doesn't mess anything else up.  Any further ideas would be warmly welcomed.


Re: l32lookups certificate problem

Bud - VE6CSX
 

Hi Gary - Thanks for the response.  Took me a while to get back to this.  I am trying to use the http version of L32Lookups.  Attached is a screen shot of what I get.  If I click on the more information button, it says the certificate was not secure.  My windows 10 is up to date.  I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling L32Lookups.  Next I'll try uninstalling it with REVO and hope that doesn't mess anything else up.  Any further ideas would be warmly welcomed.


Re: Multiple QSL cards

Tom Wylie
 

As a qsl manager I couldn't function without BV7


Tom 
GM4FDM 

On Wed, 20 May 2020, 18:01 Jan, <hamlogger@...> wrote:
There is free a program called BV7 which can do this as well.

https://www.df3cb.com/bv/

73
Jan
PA4JJ


Op 20-5-2020 om 17:37 schreef EI6AL:
As QSL manager for a number of special calls I often receive large quantities of cards requesting paper QSL.  I only verify that the call is in the log (not the time/date etc) for a return, and if there are multiple entries for the same call I generate a reply for each.  This saves multiple return cards via the buro as incoming cards for the same call but different qso can arrive over many months/years,  This involves searching for the call, marking each qso for a paper QSL, then clearing the search field. This can involve many many key clicks for one received card, and there are often 300+ cards in one batch.  If there was a facility with a field where the call could be entered and by pressing enter would then mark every matching qso (by callsign only) for "send paper QSL" it would be a great time saver.  The only exception would be qso flagged as QSL sent, which can happen as a card will have been requested via Clublog and a followup buro card sent.  Possibly there is a similar facility lurking somewhere in the program, but so far havent found it.  Any thoughts on alternative shortcuts welcome...
73  Dave    EI6AL

-- 
____________________________________________________
my dxspider clusters running on a raspberry pi:
pa4jj-2 83.162.186.242 port 7300
pa4jj-3 83.162.186.242 port 7388


Re: Multiple QSL cards

Jan
 

There is free a program called BV7 which can do this as well.

https://www.df3cb.com/bv/

73
Jan
PA4JJ


Op 20-5-2020 om 17:37 schreef EI6AL:
As QSL manager for a number of special calls I often receive large quantities of cards requesting paper QSL.  I only verify that the call is in the log (not the time/date etc) for a return, and if there are multiple entries for the same call I generate a reply for each.  This saves multiple return cards via the buro as incoming cards for the same call but different qso can arrive over many months/years,  This involves searching for the call, marking each qso for a paper QSL, then clearing the search field. This can involve many many key clicks for one received card, and there are often 300+ cards in one batch.  If there was a facility with a field where the call could be entered and by pressing enter would then mark every matching qso (by callsign only) for "send paper QSL" it would be a great time saver.  The only exception would be qso flagged as QSL sent, which can happen as a card will have been requested via Clublog and a followup buro card sent.  Possibly there is a similar facility lurking somewhere in the program, but so far havent found it.  Any thoughts on alternative shortcuts welcome...
73  Dave    EI6AL

-- 
____________________________________________________
my dxspider clusters running on a raspberry pi:  
pa4jj-2 83.162.186.242 port 7300
pa4jj-3 83.162.186.242 port 7388


Re: Multiple QSL cards

Bob
 

Type the callsign in the Logbook Entry Window. Right click on any one of the Previous QSOs that are listed. click the button 'QSL all Qs'. Two clicks and you're outta there. SeventyThree(s).

On May 20, 2020 at 11:37 AM EI6AL <dave.ei6al@...> wrote:

As QSL manager for a number of special calls I often receive large quantities of cards requesting paper QSL.  I only verify that the call is in the log (not the time/date etc) for a return, and if there are multiple entries for the same call I generate a reply for each.  This saves multiple return cards via the buro as incoming cards for the same call but different qso can arrive over many months/years,  This involves searching for the call, marking each qso for a paper QSL, then clearing the search field. This can involve many many key clicks for one received card, and there are often 300+ cards in one batch.  If there was a facility with a field where the call could be entered and by pressing enter would then mark every matching qso (by callsign only) for "send paper QSL" it would be a great time saver.  The only exception would be qso flagged as QSL sent, which can happen as a card will have been requested via Clublog and a followup buro card sent.  Possibly there is a similar facility lurking somewhere in the program, but so far havent found it.  Any thoughts on alternative shortcuts welcome...
73  Dave    EI6AL

 


Re: Multiple QSL cards

Vilhjalmur Sigurjonsson
 

Dave,

I think that already is existing in Logger32.

This is what I do:

Look at the callsign on the incoming call and key the callsign in the callsign field in the logbook entry window.

Then, if the callsign is in the database, it will show all contacts with the station in the previous qso window.

You can choose to show all qso‘s with the basic callsign at once, i.e. /P /qrp /EA8 etc.

Right click on the contact in the previous pane, it will opent he QSL window and now you do have a bunch of keyboard shortcuts.

If there are many contacts you can click on to QSL flag all Qs, or you hit CTRL-S to mark the incoming card received and set the out flag, clears the Logbook window and closes the QSL pane, all in one hit.

This is all in the help file :)

73 es gl,

Villi

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of EI6AL
Sent: miðvikudagur, 20. maí 2020 15:37
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: [hamlogger] Multiple QSL cards

 

As QSL manager for a number of special calls I often receive large quantities of cards requesting paper QSL.  I only verify that the call is in the log (not the time/date etc) for a return, and if there are multiple entries for the same call I generate a reply for each.  This saves multiple return cards via the buro as incoming cards for the same call but different qso can arrive over many months/years,  This involves searching for the call, marking each qso for a paper QSL, then clearing the search field. This can involve many many key clicks for one received card, and there are often 300+ cards in one batch.  If there was a facility with a field where the call could be entered and by pressing enter would then mark every matching qso (by callsign only) for "send paper QSL" it would be a great time saver.  The only exception would be qso flagged as QSL sent, which can happen as a card will have been requested via Clublog and a followup buro card sent.  Possibly there is a similar facility lurking somewhere in the program, but so far havent found it.  Any thoughts on alternative shortcuts welcome...
73  Dave    EI6AL


Multiple QSL cards

EI6AL
 

As QSL manager for a number of special calls I often receive large quantities of cards requesting paper QSL.  I only verify that the call is in the log (not the time/date etc) for a return, and if there are multiple entries for the same call I generate a reply for each.  This saves multiple return cards via the buro as incoming cards for the same call but different qso can arrive over many months/years,  This involves searching for the call, marking each qso for a paper QSL, then clearing the search field. This can involve many many key clicks for one received card, and there are often 300+ cards in one batch.  If there was a facility with a field where the call could be entered and by pressing enter would then mark every matching qso (by callsign only) for "send paper QSL" it would be a great time saver.  The only exception would be qso flagged as QSL sent, which can happen as a card will have been requested via Clublog and a followup buro card sent.  Possibly there is a similar facility lurking somewhere in the program, but so far havent found it.  Any thoughts on alternative shortcuts welcome...
73  Dave    EI6AL