[DXLog.net - Support] Found issues
9a5k at 9a5k.com
Mon Sep 19 19:13:40 CEST 2016
Currently, DXL is using standard Windows OS cursor, which is just painted
I am thinking to add it as optional choice to enable visible (custom made)
cursor at both entry lines.
So, if you like it as it is, it will be just like it is now by default. If
this option will be turned on, two cursors will be visible.
Also, additionally, we can add (again optionally choice) some kind of sign
to show user which line was last active. Now you see
it with cursor position, but if you enable two cursors, it should be
visible somehow differently.
And to make KL9A happy, again as optional choice, I am working on enabling
separate windows for each radio entry, so you will
be able to place it wherever you want, side by side, or somehow differently
from default layout as it is now. :-)
Chris - 9A5K
On Mon, Sep 19, 2016 at 6:32 PM, Luca NCJ <ik2ncj at gmail.com> wrote:
> To make everybody happy a possible "2 cursors" choice can be enable by
> Just add it to "Tools" menu'...
> How copy Chris?
> **** Luca IK2NCJ ****
> 2016-09-19 18:12 GMT+02:00 José Nunes CT1BOH <ct1boh at gmail.com>:
> > Mike and support
> > I would like to comment on the feature request to have the cursor show
> > position on both QSO fields (Radio1 and Radio2) when operating Advanced
> > SO2R with two keyboards connected to PC.
> > The way DXlog is developed now, the cursor has two functions:
> > 1. It tells us what radio has the focus for the next QSO moment (either
> > INSERT or PLUS)
> > 2. It tells us the position of the cursor in the text in the QSO field of
> > the radio that has the focus for the next QSO moment
> > It is true that, because of the above, one cannot see the position of the
> > cursor in the QSO field of the radio that has NO focus.
> > BUT IN ORDER TO SOLVE THIS YOU SHOULD NOT CREATE A MUCH BIGGER PROBLEM
> > kill point 1. above.
> > It is much more important to have the information of the radio who has
> > focus than the cursor position in other to do proper operating in this
> > mode.
> > So the solution has to be other: to have cursor position information on
> > both radios and have information on radio focus. Otherwise proper 2BSIQ
> > will not be obtained.
> > Note: I do not like to call it Dual CQ because the name is limited to CQ
> > when the mode should address the interleaved QSOs, that is why I call it
> > 2BSIQ (2 bands Synchronized interleaved QSO mode)
> > 73 José Nunes
> > CT1BOH
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