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DXLog.net documentation

  1. Introduction
    1. History
    2. Authors and Contributors
  2. Installation
    1. Download the software
    2. Prerequisites
    3. Install the software
  3. Getting started
    1. User interface
    2. Creating a log file
    3. Controlling the radio
    4. Databases
    5. Operating techniques
    6. Standard messages
    7. Voice memory playback
    8. Useful settings
    9. ESM
    10. The bandmap and other windows
    11. After the contest
    12. Tips and tricks
  4. Main window
    1. Main window
    2. Toolbar
    3. Logging
    4. Options
    5. Color options
    6. Classic SO2R/V
    7. Side-by-side SO2R/V
  5. Contest configuration
    1. Contest configuration
    2. Irregular contest configurations
    3. Contest definition files
    4. Macro commands and special characters
    5. Supported contests
    6. Supported contests - Live list
  6. Keyboard and text functions
    1. Keyboard functions
    2. Text commands
  7. Mouse menus
    1. File
    2. Edit
    3. Operating
    4. Commands
    5. Messages
    6. Tools
    7. Options
    8. Windows
    9. Help
  8. DX Cluster client - DXLog.net.DXC
    1. Program
    2. Setup
    3. Operation
  9. Notes on supported radios and peripherals
    1. Elecraft
    2. FlexRadio
    3. ICOM
    4. Kenwood
    5. Lab599
    6. microHAM
    7. Ten-Tec
    8. Yaesu
  10. Additional information
    1. Using a number server
    2. Networking over internet
    3. Club Log Live Stream
    4. Diversity reception
    5. UDP broadcast
    6. SDR integration
    7. Time synchronization
    8. USB power management
    9. Interlock and inband operation
    10. Connecting a footswitch
    11. Special support for AR Cluster 6
  11. Contest definition
    1. Introduction
    2. File structure
    3. Regular expressions
    4. Functions and FX expressions
    5. General contest description keys
    6. Contest configuration panel control keys
    7. Cabrillo export keys
    8. Band and mode keys
    9. Configuration keys vs. Cabrillo export
    10. Entry field definition keys
    11. Default message keys
    12. Special configuration keys
    13. Additional configuration keys
  12. C# scripting
    1. Introduction to C#
    2. C# script structure
    3. Example scripts
    4. Custom forms