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Andreas et all Just to say, that I have now added an option to ignore FT8 spots in the cluster output, I have done with combination of frequency trapping 7-28MHz and comment note, this traps 95% FT8 spots on HF which I think for you will and others who don't use this mode an advantage. The changes w...
Hi Andreas Sorry, there is no 'ignore' FT8 option in the DXCluster window. It may be possible to add an option in the future, but the option would not be frequency specific, that would slow up spot processing too much, however it would be possible to ignore spots where comments have been added e.g. ...
- Mon Oct 26, 2020 9:13 pm
- Forum: Feature Requests
- Topic: Logging Interface with JS8Call
- Replies: 1
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Thanks for the info Eliseo I will add JS8CALL sub-mode of MFSK when it is accepted mode in ADIF specification. I can not add it until then as will be rejected by other processes (e.g. LoTW etc). There is also another MFSK sub mode to add: "FST4" Also I need to add two more bands 5m and 8m as these h...
- Wed Oct 07, 2020 11:28 am
- Forum: Help and Support
- Topic: Problem: Update WIN10 ,ieframe.dll, error 339
- Replies: 3
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Hi Andreas Just checked this function on my Win 10 machine, and it is working OK. The "ieframe.dll" is probably an Internet Explorer component, Winlog32 does use the IE core for external web pages - such as "look-up at QRZ.COM" as your post suggests, so you could try installing IE (you don't have to...
Thank you Jason I'm still at it after all these years, although with much less vigour these days, but still trying to keep the software usable in the 'modern world' and of course still supporting all users like I have always done and will continue to do so. Welcome back and thanks again for the kind...
- Sun Aug 16, 2020 10:33 am
- Forum: Help and Support
- Topic: Looking for a few testers for next update.
- Replies: 2
- Views: 1043
If anyone would like to test an update of Winlog32 please contact me direct via email, I need to check-out a couple of functions on a few different PC before release to the masses
- Sun Aug 16, 2020 10:26 am
- Forum: General Comments
- Topic: Winlog32 on Linux system
- Replies: 0
- Views: 1687
I have been asked a few times over the years about running Winlog32 on a Linux system. I have no experience with Linux based systems so could never offer any advice, however those operating Linux are probably technically competent enough to have found a way if they really need too. I recently had a ...