[DXLog.net - Support] A few issues

James Balls makidoja at gmail.com
Sat Dec 19 15:59:04 CET 2015

Zoom in on band map with mouse scroll wheel
On 19 Dec 2015 14:48, "Dave Sergeant" <dave at davesergeant.com> wrote:

> Been playing in the RAC Winter contest (although that seems now to have
> been taken over somewhat by the 9A contest which overlaps with the same
> exchange...).
> 1. Although initially I was not getting frequencies shown in the log
> display, after a few hours they mysteriously appeared and that is now
> working as it should.
> 2. I have configured it to use the K3 settings - I had been originally
> confused why I couldn't select this without a port failure message
> until I realised that Omnirig had grabbed that port and I had to kill
> Omnirig in task manager first. That seems to work with one exception:
> I am using it in SO1R mode rather than SO2V as I don't really need to
> complicate things with two logging windows in this, relatively quiet,
> contest. But I do use both the A and B VFOs in the K2. Switching
> between VFO A and VFO B works as it should as shown in the status and
> log windows. However in the bandmap window if I select VFO B then both
> VFO A and VFO B displays show the same frequency, that of VFO B (but
> VFO A on the K2 stays put where it should be). When VFO A is used these
> two work as they should. Hopefully a proper K2 implementation will fix
> this.
> 3. The frequency scale in the bandmap window covers far too wide a
> frequency range. Can it be rescaled to say just show the CW parts of
> the bands. As it is it is not really useable and I have to resort to
> the 'list' display.
> 73 Dave G3YMC
> On 17 Dec 2015 at 18:15, Dave Sergeant wrote:
> > OK, after playing around a bit I have discovered the following:
> >
> > 1. When DXL is started it does not automatically open an instance of
> > OmniRig. Looking in Windows Task Manager under processes Omnirig.exe is
> > missing until I go into configure interfaces and press OK - at which
> > point Omnirig.exe appears as a running process and the CAT interface
> > works.
> >
> > 2. Frequencies are missing in the 'frequency' column of the log until I
> > close the program. When I restart DXL which reloads the log all the
> > frequencies magically appear for QSOs already made. Still missing for
> > new QSOs. Weird.
> >
> > Guess we are getting there...
> >
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