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Re: log set up

Bob <k4cy@...>
 

It's hard to offer help without any knowledge of the problem(s) you are facing. One show-stopping at a time ... First problem? Failing that, 

On September 23, 2019 at 2:27 PM "sallisawfireman via Groups.Io" <sallisawfireman@...> wrote:

i'm having problems getting my logger 32 set up, I sure could use some help

log set up

sallisawfireman@...
 

i'm having problems getting my logger 32 set up, I sure could use some help

Re: Wierd thing CW Machine.

Dave Colliau
 

That was it. Thanks Bob.
Dave N8DC

On September 22, 2019 at 12:21 PM Bob <k4cy@...> wrote:


On Logger32 (not the CW Machine) click SETUP | HOTKEYS. Move the mouse to F1 - F10 TO CLICK MACRO KEYS. Make sure F1 (and F1 - F10) UNchecked. If it is, then Logger32 will capture the F'ing keys and the CW Machine will not see them being pressed. SeventyThree(s).

On September 22, 2019 at 11:46 AM Dave Colliau <n8dc-8@...> wrote:


Seems when I start logger 32 and the cw machine and I use F1 which is set up to send my call sign it works one time then quits until I reboot the program . Nothing else running except Mozilla on the 2nd monitor. I thought I had a bad KYBD so I changed it out only to find the same thing. I can move that macro but it just seems strange.
Dave N8DC



Re: Wierd thing CW Machine.

Bob <k4cy@...>
 

On Logger32 (not the CW Machine) click SETUP | HOTKEYS. Move the mouse to F1 - F10 TO CLICK MACRO KEYS. Make sure F1 (and F1 - F10) UNchecked. If it is, then Logger32 will capture the F'ing keys and the CW Machine will not see them being pressed. SeventyThree(s).

On September 22, 2019 at 11:46 AM Dave Colliau <n8dc-8@...> wrote:


Seems when I start logger 32 and the cw machine and I use F1 which is set up to send my call sign it works one time then quits until I reboot the program . Nothing else running except Mozilla on the 2nd monitor. I thought I had a bad KYBD so I changed it out only to find the same thing. I can move that macro but it just seems strange.
Dave N8DC


Re: Wierd thing CW Machine.

Dave Colliau
 

Seems when I start logger 32 and the cw machine and I use F1 which is set up to send my call sign it works one time then quits until I reboot the program . Nothing else running except Mozilla on the 2nd monitor. I thought I had a bad KYBD so I changed it out only to find the same thing. I can move that macro but it just seems strange.
Dave N8DC

FTDX-101D or FTDX-101MP

ja1nlx
 

Is there anyone who is using FTDX-101D or FTDX-101MP ?

Which radio you select in Setup radio table ?

Thanks

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73 de aki
JA1NLX

Re: FT8 UDP

Bob <k4cy@...>
 

No problem, do not start WSJT/JTDX with the START menu on the UDP BandMap. Start WSJT/JTDX bu double clicking on the desktop icon. SeventyThree(s).


Re: FT8 UDP

Alexey Antipov
 

Hi All,
Is there an option to keep Logger32 reading frequency (control radio) when you turn on WSJTX? I use two comm ports on my radio, one is assigned to L32, another set for WSJT control and I have no reason to switch a port between applications. Every time after WSJT launch from L32 I go to settings - radio - open port to have my band map window on the same band as the radio is on.
Thanks,

Alexey / NW7M


On Fri, Sep 20, 2019 at 2:59 AM Bob <k4cy@...> wrote:

When turning off WSJT/JTDX Logger32 assumes control of the radio. Logger32 then puts the radio back on the frequency/mode/split it was on when Logger32 last had control. 73.

On September 20, 2019 at 5:52 AM G4RRM Pete <pete@...> wrote:

Hi All

 

This is probably simple but its stumped me! (I’m simple)

When I run L32 and FT8 and come to close down, when I shut the UDP Bandmap the radio VFO will switch bands from what I was on to one previously used.

 

I’m sure it must be a setting in one of the pieces of software but I cant see it, can anyone point me in the right direction to stop this?

 

73

Pete

G4RRM

 


 


 



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Re: FT8 UDP

G4RRM Pete
 

Ahhh understood

 

Thanks Bob

 

73

Pete

G4RRM

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of Bob
Sent: 20 September 2019 11:00
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] FT8 UDP

 

When turning off WSJT/JTDX Logger32 assumes control of the radio. Logger32 then puts the radio back on the frequency/mode/split it was on when Logger32 last had control. 73.

On September 20, 2019 at 5:52 AM G4RRM Pete <pete@...> wrote:

Hi All

 

This is probably simple but its stumped me! (I’m simple)

When I run L32 and FT8 and come to close down, when I shut the UDP Bandmap the radio VFO will switch bands from what I was on to one previously used.

 

I’m sure it must be a setting in one of the pieces of software but I cant see it, can anyone point me in the right direction to stop this?

 

73

Pete

G4RRM

 


 


 

Re: FT8 UDP

Bob <k4cy@...>
 

When turning off WSJT/JTDX Logger32 assumes control of the radio. Logger32 then puts the radio back on the frequency/mode/split it was on when Logger32 last had control. 73.

On September 20, 2019 at 5:52 AM G4RRM Pete <pete@...> wrote:

Hi All

 

This is probably simple but its stumped me! (I’m simple)

When I run L32 and FT8 and come to close down, when I shut the UDP Bandmap the radio VFO will switch bands from what I was on to one previously used.

 

I’m sure it must be a setting in one of the pieces of software but I cant see it, can anyone point me in the right direction to stop this?

 

73

Pete

G4RRM

 


 


 

FT8 UDP

G4RRM Pete
 

Hi All

 

This is probably simple but its stumped me! (I’m simple)

When I run L32 and FT8 and come to close down, when I shut the UDP Bandmap the radio VFO will switch bands from what I was on to one previously used.

 

I’m sure it must be a setting in one of the pieces of software but I cant see it, can anyone point me in the right direction to stop this?

 

73

Pete

G4RRM

 

Re: trapped error 1002

Bob <k4cy@...>
 

... Jim, and all this time I thought you were a lawyer. Turns out your a closet techie 😄

On September 19, 2019 at 5:54 PM Jim Altman <jaltman636@...> wrote:

Or, if you want to be really fancy you could import the adif into excel use an excel formula to multiply all the bad frequencies by 1000.  If freq <1 then freq=freq*1000

 

 

 

 

 

Jim Altman

jaltman636@...

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of Bob
Sent: Thursday, September 19, 2019 4:10 PM
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] trapped error 1002

 

Andrew, shouting didn't work? Ask the XYL to try ... that's the ultimate deterrent around here. First, glad you have identified the two QSOs with no callsign ... Just ignore them, they were not imported, to the object of the exercise was achieved.

 

To fix the problem with the incorrect frequency. there are several highly recommends ADIF editors you might try (recommended by others, I've never used/needed one). Maybe one allows you to fix the FREQ field easily. Or you could import the QSOs with no frequency (but this may come back to bite you later). To do that, you edit the .ADI file with notepad (or similar). and make a global change of <FREQ: to <XFREQ:  That way, when you import the file, FREQ will be ignored (because it doesn't exist). SeventyThree(s).

 

 

On September 19, 2019 at 3:45 PM Andrew Mulholland <andrew@...> wrote:

Thanks for the reply Bob

 

When I try to import the log I get errors:

 

Error : Frequency does not appear to be in the 40M Band:  <BAND:3>40M <CALL:6>GI0DVU <CONT:2>EU <CQZ:2>14 <DXCC:3>265 <FREQ:7>.007070 <GRIDSQUARE:6>IO64xm <IOTA:6>EU-115 <ITUZ:2>27 <MODE:3>SSB <NAME:2>N. <OPERATOR:6>MI0BPB <PFX:3>GI0 <QSO_DATE:8:D>19980317 <TIME_ON:6>211600 <QTH:7>IRELAND <RST_RCVD:2>59 <RST_SENT:2>59 <TIME_OFF:6>211600 <LOTW_QSL_SENT:1>Y <LOTW_QSL_RCVD:1>Y <APP_LOGGER32_QSO_NUMBER:1>2  <EOR>

 


These errors are generated from logs brought over from hyperlog years ago, obviously I can edit them (around 700) but just checking that is the simplest way?

 

The below are the errors I have the feeling may be causing the problem:

 

 

Error in the CALL field:  <QSO_DATE:8:D>20140322 <TIME_ON:6>084554 <APP_LOGGER32_QSO_NUMBER:5>26878  <EOR>

 

Error in the CALL field:  <QSO_DATE:8:D>20140330 <TIME_ON:6>101244 <APP_LOGGER32_QSO_NUMBER:5>26982  <EOR>

 


When I look up the QSO number in Logger and click on them the program jumps the the end of the Log. Is there any way to edit the log outside Logger so I can delete these two entries? See if that sorts the problem?

I tried shouting at the computer but that proved unsuccessful.

 

thanks Andrew

 

 


 


 

 



 


 

Re: trapped error 1002

Jim Altman
 

Or, if you want to be really fancy you could import the adif into excel use an excel formula to multiply all the bad frequencies by 1000.  If freq <1 then freq=freq*1000

 

 

 

 

 

Jim Altman

jaltman636@...

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of Bob
Sent: Thursday, September 19, 2019 4:10 PM
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] trapped error 1002

 

Andrew, shouting didn't work? Ask the XYL to try ... that's the ultimate deterrent around here. First, glad you have identified the two QSOs with no callsign ... Just ignore them, they were not imported, to the object of the exercise was achieved.

 

To fix the problem with the incorrect frequency. there are several highly recommends ADIF editors you might try (recommended by others, I've never used/needed one). Maybe one allows you to fix the FREQ field easily. Or you could import the QSOs with no frequency (but this may come back to bite you later). To do that, you edit the .ADI file with notepad (or similar). and make a global change of <FREQ: to <XFREQ:  That way, when you import the file, FREQ will be ignored (because it doesn't exist). SeventyThree(s).

 

 

On September 19, 2019 at 3:45 PM Andrew Mulholland <andrew@...> wrote:

Thanks for the reply Bob

 

When I try to import the log I get errors:

 

Error : Frequency does not appear to be in the 40M Band:  <BAND:3>40M <CALL:6>GI0DVU <CONT:2>EU <CQZ:2>14 <DXCC:3>265 <FREQ:7>.007070 <GRIDSQUARE:6>IO64xm <IOTA:6>EU-115 <ITUZ:2>27 <MODE:3>SSB <NAME:2>N. <OPERATOR:6>MI0BPB <PFX:3>GI0 <QSO_DATE:8:D>19980317 <TIME_ON:6>211600 <QTH:7>IRELAND <RST_RCVD:2>59 <RST_SENT:2>59 <TIME_OFF:6>211600 <LOTW_QSL_SENT:1>Y <LOTW_QSL_RCVD:1>Y <APP_LOGGER32_QSO_NUMBER:1>2  <EOR>

 


These errors are generated from logs brought over from hyperlog years ago, obviously I can edit them (around 700) but just checking that is the simplest way?

 

The below are the errors I have the feeling may be causing the problem:

 

 

Error in the CALL field:  <QSO_DATE:8:D>20140322 <TIME_ON:6>084554 <APP_LOGGER32_QSO_NUMBER:5>26878  <EOR>

 

Error in the CALL field:  <QSO_DATE:8:D>20140330 <TIME_ON:6>101244 <APP_LOGGER32_QSO_NUMBER:5>26982  <EOR>

 


When I look up the QSO number in Logger and click on them the program jumps the the end of the Log. Is there any way to edit the log outside Logger so I can delete these two entries? See if that sorts the problem?

I tried shouting at the computer but that proved unsuccessful.

 

thanks Andrew

 

 


 


 

Re: trapped error 1002

Bob <k4cy@...>
 

Andrew, shouting didn't work? Ask the XYL to try ... that's the ultimate deterrent around here. First, glad you have identified the two QSOs with no callsign ... Just ignore them, they were not imported, to the object of the exercise was achieved.


To fix the problem with the incorrect frequency. there are several highly recommends ADIF editors you might try (recommended by others, I've never used/needed one). Maybe one allows you to fix the FREQ field easily. Or you could import the QSOs with no frequency (but this may come back to bite you later). To do that, you edit the .ADI file with notepad (or similar). and make a global change of <FREQ: to <XFREQ:  That way, when you import the file, FREQ will be ignored (because it doesn't exist). SeventyThree(s).



On September 19, 2019 at 3:45 PM Andrew Mulholland <andrew@...> wrote:

Thanks for the reply Bob


When I try to import the log I get errors:

 

Error : Frequency does not appear to be in the 40M Band:  <BAND:3>40M <CALL:6>GI0DVU <CONT:2>EU <CQZ:2>14 <DXCC:3>265 <FREQ:7>.007070 <GRIDSQUARE:6>IO64xm <IOTA:6>EU-115 <ITUZ:2>27 <MODE:3>SSB <NAME:2>N. <OPERATOR:6>MI0BPB <PFX:3>GI0 <QSO_DATE:8:D>19980317 <TIME_ON:6>211600 <QTH:7>IRELAND <RST_RCVD:2>59 <RST_SENT:2>59 <TIME_OFF:6>211600 <LOTW_QSL_SENT:1>Y <LOTW_QSL_RCVD:1>Y <APP_LOGGER32_QSO_NUMBER:1>2  <EOR>



These errors are generated from logs brought over from hyperlog years ago, obviously I can edit them (around 700) but just checking that is the simplest way?


The below are the errors I have the feeling may be causing the problem:

 

 

Error in the CALL field:  <QSO_DATE:8:D>20140322 <TIME_ON:6>084554 <APP_LOGGER32_QSO_NUMBER:5>26878  <EOR>

 

Error in the CALL field:  <QSO_DATE:8:D>20140330 <TIME_ON:6>101244 <APP_LOGGER32_QSO_NUMBER:5>26982  <EOR>



When I look up the QSO number in Logger and click on them the program jumps the the end of the Log. Is there any way to edit the log outside Logger so I can delete these two entries? See if that sorts the problem?

I tried shouting at the computer but that proved unsuccessful.


thanks Andrew

 



 


 

Re: trapped error 1002

Andrew Mulholland
 

Thanks for the reply Bob


When I try to import the log I get errors:

Error : Frequency does not appear to be in the 40M Band:  <BAND:3>40M <CALL:6>GI0DVU <CONT:2>EU <CQZ:2>14 <DXCC:3>265 <FREQ:7>.007070 <GRIDSQUARE:6>IO64xm <IOTA:6>EU-115 <ITUZ:2>27 <MODE:3>SSB <NAME:2>N. <OPERATOR:6>MI0BPB <PFX:3>GI0 <QSO_DATE:8:D>19980317 <TIME_ON:6>211600 <QTH:7>IRELAND <RST_RCVD:2>59 <RST_SENT:2>59 <TIME_OFF:6>211600 <LOTW_QSL_SENT:1>Y <LOTW_QSL_RCVD:1>Y <APP_LOGGER32_QSO_NUMBER:1>2  <EOR>



These errors are generated from logs brought over from hyperlog years ago, obviously I can edit them (around 700) but just checking that is the simplest way?


The below are the errors I have the feeling may be causing the problem:

Error in the CALL field:  <QSO_DATE:8:D>20140322 <TIME_ON:6>084554 <APP_LOGGER32_QSO_NUMBER:5>26878  <EOR>

 

Error in the CALL field:  <QSO_DATE:8:D>20140330 <TIME_ON:6>101244 <APP_LOGGER32_QSO_NUMBER:5>26982  <EOR>



When I look up the QSO number in Logger and click on them the program jumps the the end of the Log. Is there any way to edit the log outside Logger so I can delete these two entries? See if that sorts the problem?

I tried shouting at the computer but that proved unsuccessful.


thanks Andrew


Re: QSLs SCAN (Suggestions wanted)

Tom Wylie
 

Try Nigel G3TXF


Tom

On Wed, 18 Sep 2019, 19:42 HI3B Radhames, <hi3b@...> wrote:
Hi all: 
I intend to scan thousands of QSL cards.
Obviously I don't just need only a fast scanner, the most important thing should be a  software that automatically extracts data from the cards, to make easier a quick search of a specific QSL in the future. 
Most software brings document samples with fields like invoice number, amount, and soon.
 Who has experience with this? 
What could be my best two options in hardware and software?. 
Most software does not help my purposes.
We accept all the suggestions.
It looks difficult for my project.
Thanks in advance to all.
Radhames (Rada), HI3B 

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HI3B

QSLs SCAN (Suggestions wanted)

HI3B Radhames
 

Hi all: 
I intend to scan thousands of QSL cards.
Obviously I don't just need only a fast scanner, the most important thing should be a  software that automatically extracts data from the cards, to make easier a quick search of a specific QSL in the future. 
Most software brings document samples with fields like invoice number, amount, and soon.
 Who has experience with this? 
What could be my best two options in hardware and software?. 
Most software does not help my purposes.
We accept all the suggestions.
It looks difficult for my project.
Thanks in advance to all.
Radhames (Rada), HI3B 

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HI3B

Re: Frequency Display in Logger 32

YV5EN - Edwin
 

Hi Radhames,
Aki is Ok in QRZ.dom.  Please check  https://www.qrz.com/db/JA1NLX

Best 73,
Edwin YV5EN

Re: QUESTION: FIELD 6 AND FIELD 7

larry fields
 

i REMEMBER THE OTHERS AS WELL AS I ENDED UP PUTTING AUSSIES AND JAPAN MANY TIMES..

WAS ALWAYS CURIOUS AS I NEVER TOUCHED THE BOX BUT AS THEY SAY IF THERE IS A WAY THERE IS A REASON

Thanks and 73
Larry Fields: du1/n6hpx
Manila PHILIPPINES

Retired looking for more work
Office:(63)46-571-5687
cell:    (63)916-756-7781
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member:
American Radio Relay League W1AW
Philippine Amatuer Radio Association DX1PAR
Philippine Radio Pyramid Society DX1PRS 
=====================================================
owner:
=======================================================
LICENSED HAM RADIO OP:
DX1PRS GROUP 145.340 mhz
DX1PAR HF NET  7095.00 khz & 7165.0 khz
========================================================
DU1/N6HPX:QRX DX1PAR 7095
DX1PRS 7165 khz evening
DX1PRS 145.340 mhz
DX1L 431.9,
SIMPLEX 144.6, 145.600
2M 144.225 SSB ,
APRS n6hpx(-08) HT Satellite (-02)
=============================================================
SATELLITE:
APRS N6HPX-2 GATEWAY













On Wed, Sep 18, 2019 at 2:32 AM Bob <k4cy@...> wrote:

Larry, User fields 6 & 7 are not STATE and CNTY by default. It is just a convenient place to put them side by side ... You have to manually configure them ... A word about ADIF nomenclature. Back in the early days of ADIF, the USA was the center of the Universe, so the fields were named STATE and CNTY ... Later other Countries wanted to share their various awards for their equivalents of the US STATE/CNTY ... So, while the ADIF names STATE & CNTY are still used, their meaning has change ... STATE is used for the Primary Administrative Subdivision and CNTY is used for the Secondary Administrative Subdivision ... That is why, if you look at my picture, the USER FIELDS 6 & 7 are labeled PRI  and SEC ... We go to great lengths to confuse the user (it makes us feel important/superior :)  73.

On September 17, 2019 at 10:12 PM larry fields <n6hpx1@...> wrote:

MUCH THANKS FOR THE INFO i NEVER USED THE BOX AS WASN'T SURE WHAT THE PURPOSE WAS.  NOW I KNOW.

Thanks and 73
Larry Fields: du1/n6hpx
Manila PHILIPPINES

Retired looking for more work
Office:(63)46-571-5687
cell:    (63)916-756-7781
=====================================================
member:
American Radio Relay League W1AW
Philippine Amatuer Radio Association DX1PAR
Philippine Radio Pyramid Society DX1PRS 
=====================================================
owner:
=======================================================
LICENSED HAM RADIO OP:
DX1PRS GROUP 145.340 mhz
DX1PAR HF NET  7095.00 khz & 7165.0 khz
========================================================
DU1/N6HPX:QRX DX1PAR 7095
DX1PRS 7165 khz evening
DX1PRS 145.340 mhz
DX1L 431.9,
SIMPLEX 144.6, 145.600
2M 144.225 SSB ,
APRS n6hpx(-08) HT Satellite (-02)
=============================================================
SATELLITE:
APRS N6HPX-2 GATEWAY













On Tue, Sep 17, 2019 at 11:15 PM Bob < k4cy@...> wrote:

Larry, they are user defined fields. In my case, I use them to input the ADIF defined STATE/CNTY fields. For me, it looks like this




For those who have no interest, user fields 6 and 7 can be hidden. Right click on any USER FIELD, move the mouse to SETUP and check the option ALLOW AUTOMATIC HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT. If USER FIELD 6 and 7 are not assigned to any ADIF field, the height of the Logbook Entry Window is automagically adjusted to hide the unused fields. SeventyThree(s).

On September 17, 2019 at 6:59 PM larry fields < n6hpx1@...> wrote:

Question on what are these 2 boxes for? you have it in the spot where you add the info. Its right below QTH in the box.

 

 

Re: QUESTION: FIELD 6 AND FIELD 7

Larry Fravel
 

And sometimes you succeed  beyond your wildest expectations! :-D  This what makes logger32 such an excellent program.  The user configurations are many and very useful.

Larry K8YYY