[DXLog.net - Support] CW messages
Bob Wilson, N6TV
n6tv at arrl.net
Fri Sep 27 07:39:35 CEST 2013
If you press F5 F4 you want pause.
If you press F5 F7 you don't want pause.
How to support both?
You can type UA5C? then press F5.
On Thu, Sep 26, 2013 at 10:16 PM, RZ3AZ Alexandr <rz3az at mail.ru> wrote:
> Now it works like this:
> Press F5 , further press F7
> 1. transmit message is $LOGGEDCALL
> 2. pause
> 3. transmit ?
> Please delete pause.
> UA5C Alexandr
>> This is problem in concatenating two messages, when macro is running.
>> F5 message is $LOGGEDCALL by default, and when you concatenate F7 message
>> (by default it's "?"),
>> you will get buffer like $LOGGEDCALL?.. which become unrecognized macro
>> One space is added when concatenating messages now, so this would be OK.
>> Chris - 9A5K
>> On Mon, Sep 23, 2013 at 11:13 PM, Bob Wilson, N6TV <n6tv at arrl.net> wrote:
>> Good find.
>>> It's probably because repeating CQ was made to stop and restart instantly
>>> whenever you pressed F1. The logic should not apply to other messages.
>>> You should be able to "stack" two messages in a row by pressing two keys
>>> in a row. Same with Alt-C messages.
>>> Bob, N6TV
>>> On Mon, Sep 23, 2013 at 1:09 PM, RZ3AZ Alexandr <rz3az at mail.ru> wrote:
>>> > Hi,
>>> > Interesting riddle :-))
>>> > Standard CW messages configuration - installations by default
>>> > Press F5 , further press F7
>>> > Why TX stop?
>>> > UA5C Alexandr
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