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- 14 Oct 2017, 14:53
- Forum: Feature suggestions
- Topic: Feature: Locator when using My SOTA, and external sources
- Replies: 2
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I use Log4OM as a SOTA activator entering the log manually when back at the shack. I start by entering manually My SOTA Ref and grid square. It is very fast to make the change anyway, less than one minute. Malcolm VE2DDZ
See the email conversation with Ian Sinclair about the possibility of taking the Summit name and inserting it into the QTH field the same as we do with the Locator replacing the locator from QRZ I think entering the summit name into the QTH field is a much better solution than tacking it on to MY_S...
I am surprised that there has not been one comment about the ability to click on a summit reference to display the fantastic Summits Mapping Project! Look for the underlined reference which indicates there is a hyperlink I noticed this Terry and do think that it's great. The only SOTA contacts that...
The summit list supplied with the Log4om download was downloaded from SOTA two weeks ago and instructions for updating the file are included in the Log4om user guide. Ah excellent. Thank-you Terry. I missed that in the manual. My point should have been that people need to update their summitslist.c...
The summitslist.csv file distributed with Log4OM has the four SOTA W0 sections grouped together (the summits are listed W0/... instead of W0C/... for example). The latest version of summitslist.csv has four separate W0 sections: W0C, W0D, W0M, W0N so the summits are listed W0C/... etc. Easy temporar...
- 21 Apr 2014, 18:09
- Forum: Error Reports
- Topic: Missing comma in SOTA CSV export
- Replies: 2
- Views: 1199
Hi, I just used the new SOTA CSV export feature and it worked well for me, however I noticed what I think is a bug. The last three fields exported in the v2 SOTA CSV format are CALLSIGN, SOTA_REF, COMMENT 1. Currently when both SOTA_REF and COMMENT are blank Log4OM exports the line ...., CALLSIGN - ...
- 21 Apr 2014, 14:48
- Forum: User Support
- Topic: Import SOTA contact from csv file
- Replies: 17
- Views: 4313
Those who don't have their SOTA contacts in another software which exports ADIF can use the SOTA CSV Editor by Stewart, G0LGS which they can download from www.g0lgs.co.uk/ . Although the tool is for editing/refining it will allow them to open the csv they download from the SOTA site and then save it...
I've noted that in chasing SOTA, that when you have QRZ.COM linked to it, then the location and grid square are set by that rather than the portable location of the station. Is it possible to make the summit reference set the location automatically ? This should be possible because almost every sum...
We are updating the program to conform to this new ADIF format so very soon you will be able to enter the information during the QSO directly and retrieve/print it later on. Excellent news. Thank-you very much. Meanwhile please enter the SOTA information in the comments field so that when we add th...
Hi all, What is the best way of keeping track of Summits on the Air (SOTA) references in Log4OM? I would like to be able to record, search on, and export if needed SOTA references for both ends of the contact.