[DXLog.net - Support] S&P is NOT working in ESM mode
9a5k at 9a5k.com
Fri Oct 11 08:49:55 CEST 2013
We can add both, $CTRLPLUS which will emulate CTRL+PLUS keystroke, and
$LOGQSO which will save
current QSO. Of course, field checking is done so if some data is missing
or wrong, user will
be notified about it.
Also, I think that we can add couple of new macro commands, for example:
$FOCUSCALL, $FOCUSRCVD, $FOCUSREC1, $FOCUSREC2, $FOCUSREC3...
This will move focus to Callsign, Rvd, RecInfo, RecInfo2 or RecInfo3...
$SPACE macro would send space each time it is called, so if you're already
in Rcvd field, and you need to repeat
the message, focus would be moved to next field (Callsign or RecInfo)...
With this new macro commands,
focus will be moved always in same field, for example Rcvd in case of
About this one:
"Automatically adding stations to the band map as you QSY without working
someone is a feature of Win-Test that DXLog.net doesn't support yet."
This will be available n 2.0.19 too, of course as option which could be
enabled / disabled.
Chris - 9A5K
On Fri, Oct 11, 2013 at 2:44 AM, Bob Wilson, N6TV <n6tv at arrl.net> wrote:
> I think with two small changes ESM in S&P mode may do what you requested:
> Search & Pounce Messges:
> F1: $MYCALL *$SPACE*
> INSERT: TU $F2 *$CR*
> But this assumes that $CR doesn't do anything more than log the QSO. If it
> simulates pressing Enter, this will not work. For Win-Test, I had to write
> a #CTRLPLUS script and add it to the S&P INSERT message, to silently log
> the QSO, so maybe all DXLog.net needs is a new $CTRLPLUS or $LOGQSO macro
> that simulates pressing Cttrl+Plus).
> If in S&P mode, the station asks for a repeat, you will have to press F2,
> because pressing Enter will do the wrong thing. If you don't like that,
> you can just leave off the $CR or $LOGQSO from the S&P INSERT message.
> Press Enter to repeat and press Ctrl+Plus to log the QSO.
> FYI, Ctrl+Enter in Win-Test (and therefore in DXLog.net) just adds the
> current station to the band map, without logging anything. It also erases
> the QSO line. This is useful when you want to return to a big pileup later.
> Automatically adding stations to the band map as you QSY without working
> someone is a feature of Win-Test that DXLog.net doesn't support yet.
> Bob, N6TV
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