[DXLog.net - Support] Freeze of DXlog during import of ADIF

9A5K 9a5k at 9a5k.com
Fri Sep 13 11:28:58 CEST 2013

Hi Peter.

Thanks for log example.
I found where the error was.

In DXpedition mode, we have defined only three modes now: CW, SSB and RTTY.

However, ADIF import procedure in v2.0.11 doesn't check if there are other
modes beside these above.
When log is opened, each QSO is calculated to create worked dxcc tables per
band and mode.
First qso where open log is broken is PSK63 mode... :-)

I will add more modes in definition, so this will fix the problem.
Also, there will be new check if band/mode is recognized during ADIF import.
If there will be a problem, all problematic qsos will be written into some
kind of error file, so, user can check later where is the problem,
and just append this file later, after fixing the problem.

Also, there will be a little change in Summary window, which currently
shows CW, SSB and RTTY columns.
This will be changed in CW, PH, DIGI columns. In PH columns, we will
summarize all Phone modes (like SSB, AM, FM),
and in DIGI columns we will summarize digital modes (RTTY, PSK31, PSK63

This will be fixed in 2.0.12..

Regarding two other questions:

1. I will check the installer, if there isn't possible to change
destination folder, it will be added.
So, during install, you will have possibility to install DXLog.net in any
folder you want.

2. OK, I am thinking about creating some kind of default naming structure,
which can be later adjusted by user if needed.
Also, default folder name will be added (defaulted to MyDocuments folder,
but user will be able to change default location)..

Chris - 9A5K

On Fri, Sep 13, 2013 at 9:59 AM, PeterK <pkfalkensee at gmail.com> wrote:

>  Hi,
> I will attach the file:
> Oops - 28 Mb :)
> I zip it and it is 1.2 Mb.
> Therefore a second question:
> 1- I hate to store programs and data on "C:" - If I need to reinstall my
> Win7 (never happens until today :) ) my data are on D: - could you change
> the install area in the future? I have one own folder for all HAMRadio
> programs on D: e.g.
> 2- Could you add an ini line for the standard DXN folder? And it maybe
> nice to create a filename based on contest and year  :)
> Greetings and see ya
> Peter DF1LX

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