Re: FLMSG Default File Name: ICS 213 form - Response function
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For what its worth, the other day I transmitted a test ICS 213 from my ht (Easy Digi + Android phone) to the Alinco mobile (audio connection, Samsung tablet perched atop the radio). The message showed up on the tablet.
A response was added and it was then transmitted back to the ht. It came through ok.
The return file _did_ have a different file name; "Copy_of_KI7MBR...." indicating a reply. This is based on the "SENT" file list in the Samsung. I deleted the received file on the phone (ooops).
Hope this is helpful. 73 KI7MBR Ole
On Thu, Jul 11, 2019 at 8:11 PM Randy <rpratt@...
If his windows 10 works like mine that is the answer. There is anyone’s guess what will be pasted, added, or changed and when or where it will appear.
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Subject: [nbems] FLMSG Default File Name: ICS 213 form - Response function
Greetings FLMSG / NBEMS users: I'm perplexed by something that happened in a recent NBEMS net and hope someone can explain what happened.
Original Message: sent on a standard FLMSG ICS 213 form, asked net participants to use the "Response" function on the form to provide information as a drill. Participants were instructed to rename the FLMSG file containing their response, (i.e.,click on the Response tab of the form, type a response, give the file a new name then send it to the net.)
Reply Message: One of the participants isn't sure what he did to save or name the file he transmitted in response. The file he transmitted came through with the file name: [his call sign][date][time].213reply.
Please note the word 'reply' added to the file name extension. How did this happen? The operator swears he didn't manually type in the word reply. I caught it and asked him immediately after he transmitted the message. However I cannot replicate this ('reply' being added to file extension) in tests sending messages back and forth between two computers. Any ideas any of you have would be welcome!
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