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by W7DRM
20 Jul 2019, 02:12
Forum: User Support
Topic: LOTW upload
Replies: 2
Views: 43

Re: LOTW upload

Hi Charles, The Station Location error is referring to the Station Location selected in the TQSL information section of your screen shot. Its your location assigned to your Callsign Certificate with LotW. This location must match exactly with the station location in your TQSL installation. Just conf...
by W7DRM
19 Jul 2019, 22:23
Forum: Feature suggestions
Topic: Incorrect Spotting
Replies: 4
Views: 147

Re: Incorrect Spotting

Mike,

Sending spots - Log4OM does not send the mode. Its interrupted from the frequency (band plan) when Log4OM cluster receives the spot. Your notes define the mode - ie FT8.

V2 getting closer...

Doug - W7DRM
by W7DRM
19 Jul 2019, 22:18
Forum: User Support
Topic: W3LPL Cluster login
Replies: 8
Views: 101

Re: W3LPL Cluster login

Hi Mike,

Did you try the <Delay> as Terry suggested?

Doug - W7DRM
by W7DRM
19 Jul 2019, 06:25
Forum: Feature suggestions
Topic: Incorrect Spotting
Replies: 4
Views: 147

Re: Incorrect Spotting

Noticed when spotting FT8 that Log4OM is using the "standard" frequencies which seem out of date or, at least, incorrect. Hi Mike, i take it that you are referring to reported FT8 spots? Those frequencies reported come from the Skimmers involved, and likely being reported by JTAlert using Hamspots....
by W7DRM
19 Jul 2019, 06:01
Forum: User Support
Topic: Grid is missing
Replies: 3
Views: 132

Re: Grid is missing

Hi Charlie, Well, this could be due to several things, but should not be serious. If you are logging via JTAlert - which I assume you are, then JTAlert is doing a call lookup. The source of that lookup is controlled by the JTAlert's Settings,Web Service, Online XML Callbooks tab. There you can chose...
by W7DRM
19 Jul 2019, 05:23
Forum: User Support
Topic: W3LPL Cluster login
Replies: 8
Views: 101

Re: W3LPL Cluster login

Hi Mike, The Login script is in the Log4OM configuration folder - and the file is ClusterLogonScript.txt. I am not sure if my login script is default, but mine simply reads as follows: // use <callsign> command to send your callsign to the server. <callsign> With it, I can log into dxc.w3lpl.net and...
by W7DRM
04 Jul 2019, 03:56
Forum: User Support
Topic: Import "ARRL DXCC Download" file
Replies: 1
Views: 147

Re: Import "ARRL DXCC Download" file

Sorry for the delay in responding. I have fallen behind in keeping up with this forum due to much testing of V2. This has been covered before. Please see this thread - http://forum.log4om.com/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=878 Email me at my QRZ address if you would like to use my program for import. 73, Doug...
by W7DRM
10 May 2019, 00:59
Forum: User Support
Topic: PstRotator, Log4OM not communicating
Replies: 15
Views: 1235

Re: PstRotator, Log4OM not communicating

Jeff,

Check the log file, after going to Help/Debug Mode and setting it to Trace, then reproducing the steps to try and turn the rotor. Then check the log. You might find the issue in the log.

Doug - W7DRM
by W7DRM
10 May 2019, 00:53
Forum: User Support
Topic: Can I send N1MM+ contacts to Log4OM database?
Replies: 3
Views: 245

Re: Can I send N1MM+ contacts to Log4OM database?

Hi Hans, i assume you mean send qso's in real time from N1MM+ to Log4OM. If that is the case, yes it can be done - see page 184 of the current User's Manual dated April 7, 2019. The manual will explain the entire setup. If you mean after the fact, you can always export the log file from N1MM+ in ADI...
by W7DRM
15 Apr 2019, 23:32
Forum: User Support
Topic: Distance
Replies: 2
Views: 199

Re: Distance

Hello Stefan, When you enter a call into the callsign field, Log4OM uses the grid supplied by the External Source you have selected in the Settings 1 tab to provide grid information. If there is no grid info for that call with the source you have selected, then Log4OM calculates the distance based o...