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==Keyboard functions==
 
==Keyboard functions==
{|class="wikitable"
+
{| class="wikitable"  
 
|+style="text-align:Left;"|QSO Entry line
 
|+style="text-align:Left;"|QSO Entry line
|[Enter]
+
| [Enter]
|Log a contact
+
| Log a contact
 +
|-
 +
| [Spacebar]
 +
| Move cursor between callsign entry and report fields.
 +
|-
 +
| [Left arrow] or [Ctrl][B]
 +
| Move cursor one character to the left.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Spacebar]
+
| [Right arrow] or [Ctrl][F]
|Move cursor between callsign entry and report fields
+
| Move cursor one character to the right.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Left arrow] or [Ctrl][B]
+
| [Home] or [Ctrl][A]
|Move cursor one character to the left
+
| Move cursor to the beginning of the field.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Right arrow] or [Ctrl][F]
+
| [End] or [Ctrl][E]
|Move cursor one character to the right
+
| Moves the cursor to the end of the field.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Home] or [Ctrl][A]
+
| [Backspace]
|Move cursor to the beginning of the field
+
| Delete the character located left of the cursor.
 
|-
 
|-
|[End] or [Ctrl][E]
+
| [Tab]
|Moves the cursor to the end of the field
+
| Move cursor between sent RST and received number fields.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Backspace]
+
| [>]
|Delete the character located left of the cursor
+
| Move cursor to next field in the main log.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Tab]
+
| [<]
|Move cursor between sent RST and received number fields
+
| Move cursor to previous field in the main log.
 
|-
 
|-
|[>]
+
| [Del] or [Ctrl][D]
|Move cursor to next field in the main log
+
| Delete the character located under the cursor.
 
|-
 
|-
|[<]
+
| [F11] or [Alt][W]
|Move cursor to previous field in the main log
+
| Clear all the fields of the current QSO, and puts the cursor into the callsign logging field.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Del] or [Ctrl][D]
+
| [Alt][F]
|Delete the character located under the cursor
+
| Edit QSO date and time.
 
|-
 
|-
|[F11]
+
| [Alt][N]
|Clear all the fields of the current QSO, and puts the cursor into the callsign logging field
+
| Write a note regarding this QSO.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt][W]
+
| [Ctrl][C]
|Clear QSO (like F11)
+
| Copy callsign.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt][F]
+
| [Ctrl][K]
|Edit QSO date and time
+
| Delete all characters under and to the right of the cursor.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt][N]
+
| [Ctrl][V]
|Write a note regarding this QSO
+
| Paste copied callsign.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][W]
+
| [Ctrl][W]
|Clear the current field, if report field is cleared, initialize RST
+
| Clear the current field, if report field is cleared, initialize RST.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][Z]
+
| [Ctrl][Z]
|Undo - restores edited QSO data to prior value (also menu:Edit->Restore_QSO)
+
| Undo - restores edited QSO data to prior value (also menu:Edit->Restore_QSO).
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][Left arrow]
+
| [Ctrl][Left arrow]
|Like [Home]
+
| Like [Home].
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][Right arrow]
+
| [Ctrl][Right arrow]
|Like [End]
+
| Like [End].
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][+] or [Ctrl][Keypad Add]
+
| [Ctrl][+] or [Ctrl][Keypad Add]
|Silently log QSO
+
| Silently log QSO.
 +
|-
 +
| [Ctrl][Alt][+] or [Ctrl][Alt][Keypad Add]
 +
| Silently force the logging of QSO, disregarding all validity checks of callsign and exchange.<br>Must also be used when modifying invalid QSO in the log.
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
{|class="wikitable"
+
 
|+style="text-align:Left;"|Moving around the log
+
{| class="wikitable"
 +
|+style="text-align:Left;"|Navigating the log
 
|-
 
|-
|[Up arrow]
+
| [Up arrow]
|Move one QSO up
+
| Move one QSO up.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Down arrow]
+
| [Down arrow]
|Move one QSO down
+
| Move one QSO down.
 
|-
 
|-
|[PageUp]
+
| [PageUp]
|Move 10 QSOs up
+
| Move 10 QSOs up.
 
|-
 
|-
|[PageDown]
+
| [PageDown]
|Move 10 QSOs down
+
| Move 10 QSOs down.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][G]
+
| [Ctrl][G]
|Go to a specific QSO number
+
| Go to a specific QSO number.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][Home]
+
| [Ctrl][Home]
|Go to first QSO in log
+
| Go to first QSO in log.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][End]
+
| [Ctrl][End]
|Go to last QSO in log
+
| Go to last QSO in log.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][PageDown]
+
| [Ctrl][PageDown]
|Go forward 24 hours
+
| Go forward 24 hours.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][PageUp]
+
| [Ctrl][PageUp]
|Go back 24 hours
+
| Go back 24 hours.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][X]
+
| [Ctrl][X]
|Toggles the X-QSO flag which invalidates the QSO, making it not count and export as X-QSO: line in Cabrillo.
+
| Toggles the X-QSO flag which invalidates the QSO, making it not count and export as X-QSO: line in Cabrillo.
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
{|class="wikitable"
+
{| class="wikitable"
 
|+style="text-align:Left;"|Operation
 
|+style="text-align:Left;"|Operation
 
|-
 
|-
|[F1]
+
| [F1]
|Play message #1
+
| Play message #1.
|Usually CQ
+
| CQ in Run. Callsign i S&P.
 
|-
 
|-
|[F2]
+
| [Shift][Ctrl][F1]
|Play message #2
+
| In SO2V and SO2R: Shift focus to radio 1. Switch to Run. Play message #1.<br>In SO1R and SO2R Advanced: Play message #1.
|Usually full report
+
| Run F1
 
|-
 
|-
|[F3]
+
| [F2]
|Play message #3
+
| Play message #2.
|Usually contest exchange e.g. serial number
+
| Normally the full exchange including signal report.
 
|-
 
|-
|[F4]
+
| [F3]
|Play message #4
+
| Play message #3.
|Usually your call
+
| Normally only the contest exchange e.g. serial number.
 
|-
 
|-
|[F5]
+
| [F4]
|Play message #5
+
| Play message #4.
|Usually the logged callsign
+
| Normally your call.
 
|-
 
|-
|[F6]
+
| [F5]
|Play message #6
+
| Play message #5.
|Usually a request to repeat the exchange
+
| Normally the logged callsign.
 
|-
 
|-
|[F7]
+
| [F6]
|Play message #7
+
| Play message #6.
|Usually a single questionmark
+
| Normally a request to repeat the exchange.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Insert]
+
| [F7]
|Play the message defined for this key
+
| Play message #7.
|Usually the exchange
+
| Normally a single question mark.
 
|-
 
|-
|[+] or [Keypad Add]
+
| [Insert]
|Play the message defined for this key
+
| Play the message defined for this key.
|Usually conclusion and logging of QSO
+
| Normally the full exchange including signal report
 
|-
 
|-
|[Esc]
+
| [+] or [Keypad Add]
|Interrupt message transmission
+
| Play the message defined for this key.
 +
| Usually conclusion and logging of QSO
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt][C]
+
| [Esc]
|Send or modify additional messages
+
| Interrupt message transmission.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt][K]
+
| [Alt][C]
|Toggle Keyboard mode
+
| Send or modify additional messages.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][M]
+
| [Alt][K]
|Toggle ESM - Enter Sends Message
+
| Toggle Keyboard mode.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt][V]
+
| [Ctrl][M]
|Change CW speed (opens "CW-Speed" entry box)
+
| Toggle ESM - Enter Sends Message.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt][F9]
+
| [Alt][V]
|Decrease CW speed by 2 WPM
+
| Change CW speed (opens "CW-Speed" entry box).
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt][F10]
+
| [Alt][F9]
|Increase CW speed by 2 WPM
+
| Decrease CW speed by 2 WPM.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][F9]
+
| [Alt][F10]
|Contest period down (for applicable contests)
+
| Increase CW speed by 2 WPM.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][F10]
+
| [Ctrl][F10]
|Contest period up (for applicable contests)
+
| Switch to the previous period for contests with periods.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Shift][F1..F7]
+
| [Ctrl][F11]
|Record messages #1 to #7 (SSB, if supported) or edit message #1 to #7 (CW, Digital)
+
| Switch to the next period for contests with periods.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Shift][Insert]
+
| [Shift][F1..F7]
|Record the message associated to the [Insert] key
+
| Record messages #1 to #7 (SSB, if supported for the active DVK) or edit message #1 to #7 (CW, Digital).
 
|-
 
|-
|[Shift][+]
+
| [Shift][Insert]
|Records the message associated to the [+] key
+
| Record the message associated to the [Insert] key.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][Tab]
+
| [Shift][+]
|Toggle between Run and S&P mode (changes CW/Digi memory sets)
+
| Records the message associated to the [+] key.
 +
|-
 +
| [Ctrl][Tab]
 +
| Toggle Run/S&P mode for focused radio (also changes CW/Digi memory sets).
 +
|-
 +
| [Shift][Ctrl][Tab]
 +
| Toggle Run/S&P mode for not focused radio (also changes CW/Digi memory sets).
 +
|-
 +
| [Ctrl][R]
 +
| Toggle CQ auto-repeat.
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
 +
 
{|class="wikitable"
 
{|class="wikitable"
|+style="text-align:Left;"|Windows - Open and Close
+
|+style="text-align:Left;"|Windows
|[F8]
+
| [F8]
|N + 1 window
+
| Check N + 1 window.
 +
|-
 +
| [F9]
 +
| Check call window.
 +
|-
 +
| [F10]
 +
| Check Multipliers window.
 +
|-
 +
| [F12]
 +
| Check Partials window.
 
|-
 
|-
|[F9]
+
| [Alt][A]
|Check call window
+
| DX-Cluster Announcements window.
 
|-
 
|-
|[F10]
+
| [Alt][B]
|Check Multipliers window
+
| Skeds window.
 
|-
 
|-
|[F12]
+
| [Alt][E]
|Check Partials window
+
| Take a sked.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt][A]
+
| [Alt][I]
|DX-Cluster Announcements window
+
| Gab window.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt][B]
+
| [Alt][L]
|Skeds window
+
| Worked gridsquares.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt][E]
+
| [Alt][M]
|Take a sked
+
| Worked DXCC.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt][I]
+
| [Alt][J]
|Gab window
+
| Network status window.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt][O]
+
| [Alt][O]
|DX-Cluster Monitor window
+
| DX-Cluster Monitor window.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt][P]
+
| [Alt][P]
|Worked prefixes
+
| Worked prefixes.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt][R]
+
| [Alt][R]
|Rate window
+
| Rate window.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt][S]
+
| [Alt][S]
|Summary window
+
| Summary window.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][F9]
+
| [Ctrl][F9]
|Statistics window
+
| Statistics window.
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
 +
 
{|class="wikitable"
 
{|class="wikitable"
 
|+style="text-align:Left;"|Radio Control
 
|+style="text-align:Left;"|Radio Control
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt][F1]
+
| [Alt][F1]
|QSY band down (In frequency, i.e. to a longer wavelength)
+
| QSY band down (In frequency, i.e. to a longer wavelength).
 +
|-
 +
| [Alt][F2]
 +
| QSY band up (In frequency, i.e. to a shorter wavelength).
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt][F2]
+
| [Alt][F4]
|QSY band up (In frequency, i.e. to a shorter wavelength)
+
| QSY back to CQ frequency.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt][F4]
+
| [Ctrl][F4]
|QSY back to run frequency
+
| Equalize both VFO on focused radio.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][T]
+
| [Ctrl][T]
|Tune the transmitter (on CW)
+
| Tune the transmitter (on CW).
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][F1] and [Ctrl][F2]
+
| [Ctrl][F1] and [Ctrl][F2]
|Switch mode up and down (when the current contest permits)
+
| Switch mode up and down (when the current contest permits).
 
|-
 
|-
|[Shift][UpArrow]
+
| [Shift][UpArrow]
|RIT + in Run, VFO adjust in S&P. Direction aligned with band map.
+
| RIT adjustment up in Run, frequency adjustment up in S&P, as defined by band map orientation.  
 
|-
 
|-
|[Shift][DownArrow]
+
| [Shift][DownArrow]
|RIT - in Run, VFO adjust in S&P. Direction aligned with band map.
+
| RIT adjustment down in Run, frequency adjustment down in S&P, as defined by band map orientation.  
 
|-
 
|-
|[Shift][Delete]
+
| [Shift][Delete]
|RIT Clear
+
| RIT clear.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt][UpArrow]
+
| [Alt][UpArrow]
|VFO adjust. Direction aligned with band map. Can be remapped to [Shift][UpArrow] for SO2R with [Shift] bound to other radio.
+
| Frequency adjustment up as defined by band map orientation.  
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt][DownArrow]
+
| [Alt][DownArrow]
|VFO adjust. Direction aligned with band map. Can be remapped to [Shift][DownArrow] for SO2R with [Shift] bound to other radio.
+
| Frequency adjustment down as defined by band map orientation.  
 
|-
 
|-
|[Shift][Alt][UpArrow]
+
| [Shift][Alt][UpArrow]
|Faster VFO adjust. Direction aligned with band map.  
+
| Faster VFO adjustment up as defined by band map orientation.  
 
|-
 
|-
|[Shift][Alt][DownArrow]
+
| [Shift][Alt][DownArrow]
|Faster VFO adjust. Direction aligned with band map.  
+
| Faster VFO adjustment down as defined by band map orientation.  
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][Alt][R]
+
| [Ctrl][-] or [Ctrl][Keypad Subtract]
|Resets and reinitializes all serial port and pipe connections to radios, keyers, SO2R devices etc
+
| Toggle receiver diversity/synchronization/tracking on supported radios.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Keypad Multiply]
+
| [Ctrl][Alt][R]
|Switch active radio
+
| Resets and reinitializes all serial port and pipe connections to radios, keyers, SO2R devices etc
 
|-
 
|-
|[-] or [Keypad Subtract]
+
| [Keypad Multiply]
|Enable Split Mode
+
| Switch active radio.
 +
|-
 +
| [-] or [Keypad Subtract]
 +
| Enable Split Mode.
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
 +
 
{|class="wikitable"
 
{|class="wikitable"
 
|+style="text-align:Left;"|Antenna Control
 
|+style="text-align:Left;"|Antenna Control
|[Shift][Ctrl][Alt][F1]
+
| [Shift][Ctrl][Alt][F1]
|Select Rx antenna 1
+
| Select Rx antenna 1.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Shift][Ctrl][Alt][F2]
+
| [Shift][Ctrl][Alt][F2]
|Select Rx antenna 2
+
| Select Rx antenna 2.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Shift][Ctrl][Alt][F3]
+
| [Shift][Ctrl][Alt][F3]
|Select Rx antenna 3
+
| Select Rx antenna 3.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Shift][Ctrl][Alt][F4]
+
| [Shift][Ctrl][Alt][F4]
|Select Rx antenna 4
+
| Select Rx antenna 4.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Shift][Ctrl][Alt][F5]
+
| [Shift][Ctrl][Alt][F5]
|Select Rx antenna 5
+
| Select Rx antenna 5.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Shift][Ctrl][Alt][F6]
+
| [Shift][Ctrl][Alt][F6]
|Select Rx antenna 6
+
| Select Rx antenna 6.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Shift][Ctrl][Alt][F7]
+
| [Shift][Ctrl][Alt][F7]
|Select Rx antenna 7
+
| Select Rx antenna 7.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][F12]
+
| [Alt][F11]
|Turn selected rotator to SP direction
+
| Change RX antenna.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt][F12]
+
| [Shift][Alt][F11]
|Turn selected rotator to LP direction
+
| Change TX antenna.
 +
|-
 +
| [Ctrl][F12]
 +
| Turn selected rotator to SP direction.
 +
|-
 +
| [Alt][F12]
 +
| Turn selected rotator to LP direction.
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
 +
 
{|class="wikitable"
 
{|class="wikitable"
 
|+style="text-align:Left;"|Bandmap
 
|+style="text-align:Left;"|Bandmap
|[Ctrl][Enter]
+
| [Ctrl][Enter]
|Insert spot into Band Map
+
| Insert spot into Band Map.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][Up arrow]
+
| [Ctrl][Up arrow]
|Grab the first spot above in the active bandmap and load it in VFO A in active radio (SO1R, SO2R) or active VFO (SO2V).
+
| Grab the first spot above in the active bandmap and load it in VFO A in active radio (SO1R, SO2R) or active VFO (SO2V).
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][Shift][Up arrow]
+
| [Ctrl][Shift][Up arrow]
|Grab the first spot, which is a multiplier, above in the active bandmap and load it in VFO A in active radio (SO1R, SO2R) or active VFO (SO2V).
+
| Grab the first spot, which is a multiplier, above in the active bandmap and load it in VFO A in active radio (SO1R, SO2R) or active VFO (SO2V).
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][Alt][Up arrow]
+
| [Ctrl][Alt][Up arrow]
|With option "Operating|Bandmap|QSY Opposite radio instead of 2nd VFO" checked: Grab the first spot above in the active bandmap and load it<br>in VFO A of other radio (SO1R, SO2R) or VFO B (SO2V). Otherwise: Grab the first spot above in the active bandmap and load it in VFO B in <br>active radio (SO1R, SO2R, not applicable in SO2V).
+
| With option <tt>Operating\Bandmap\QSY Opposite radio instead of 2nd VFO</tt> checked: Grab the first spot above in the active bandmap and load it<br>in VFO A of other radio (SO1R, SO2R) or VFO B (SO2V). Otherwise: Grab the first spot above in the active bandmap and load it in VFO B in <br>active radio (SO1R, SO2R, not applicable in SO2V).
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][Down arrow]
+
| [Ctrl][Down arrow]
|Grab the first spot below in the active bandmap and load it in VFO A in active radio (SO1R, SO2R) or active VFO (SO2V).
+
| Grab the first spot below in the active bandmap and load it in VFO A in active radio (SO1R, SO2R) or active VFO (SO2V).
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][Shift][Down arrow]
+
| [Ctrl][Shift][Down arrow]
|Grab the first spot, which is a multiplier, below in the active bandmap and load it in VFO A in active radio (SO1R, SO2R) or active VFO (SO2V).
+
| Grab the first spot, which is a multiplier, below in the active bandmap and load it in VFO A in active radio (SO1R, SO2R) or active VFO (SO2V).
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][Alt][Down arrow]
+
| [Ctrl][Alt][Down arrow]
|With option "Operating|Bandmap|QSY Opposite radio instead of 2nd VFO" checked: Grab the first spot below in the active bandmap and load it<br>in VFO A of other radio (SO1R, SO2R) or VFO B (SO2V). Otherwise: Grab the first spot below in the active bandmap and load it in VFO B in <br>active radio (SO1R, SO2R, not applicable in SO2V).
+
| With option "Operating\Bandmap\QSY Opposite radio instead of 2nd VFO" checked: Grab the first spot below in the active bandmap and load it<br>in VFO A of other radio (SO1R, SO2R) or VFO B (SO2V). Otherwise: Grab the first spot below in the active bandmap and load it in VFO B in <br>active radio (SO1R, SO2R, not applicable in SO2V).
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][Space]
+
| [Ctrl][Space]
|Grab the spot on or near the current frequency
+
| Grab the spot on or near the current frequency.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl] DoubleClick on a spot
+
|}
|Delete the spot without the warning window
+
 
 +
{|class="wikitable"
 +
|+style="text-align:Left;"|DX Cluster
 +
| [Alt][T]
 +
| Manually send a command to the connected DX cluster.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt] DoubleClick on a spot
+
| [Alt][F3]
|Load the sub VFO with a spot frequency (if applicable)
+
| Create a DX cluster spot.
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
{|class="wikitable"
+
 
|+style="text-align:Left;"|DX-Cluster Announcements
+
{| class="wikitable"
|[Ctrl] DoubleClick on a spot
+
|+style="text-align:Left;"|Networking and chat
|Delete the spot without the warning window
+
| [Alt][D]
 +
| Pass a station.
 +
|-
 +
| [Alt][G]
 +
| Send a gab.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt] DoubleClick on a spot
+
| [Ctrl][Alt][G]
|Load the sub VFO with a spot frequency (if applicable)
+
| Send a ON4KST message.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt][T]
+
| [Ctrl][Alt][P]
|Manually Send a spot or commands to the connected DX Cluster
+
| Set pass frequency.
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
 +
 
{|class="wikitable"
 
{|class="wikitable"
|+style="text-align:Left;"|Networking and chat
+
|+style="text-align:Left;"|SO2R or SO2V with dual receiver radio
|[Alt][D]
+
| [Ctrl][Alt][1..8]
|Pass a station
+
| Select scenario in SO2R Advanced.
 +
|-
 +
| [Ctrl][Shift][F1..F8]
 +
| On-the-fly scenario editing in SO2R Advanced.
 +
|-
 +
| [Ctrl][Alt][A]
 +
| Listen to radio 1 in both ears in SO2R.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt][G]
+
| [Ctrl][Alt][T]
|Send a gab
+
| Listen to radio 2 in both ears in SO2R.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][Alt][G]
+
| [Ctrl][Alt][S]
|Send a ON4KST message
+
| Toggle stereo.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt][I]
+
| [Ctrl][Alt][L]
|Open/Close Gab Window
+
| Listen to focused radio in both ears in SO2R.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt][J]
+
| [Ctrl][Alt][D]
|Display status of all stations in the network
+
| Toggle sub receiver permanently on in SO2V.
 
|-
 
|-
 +
| [Keypad Multiply]
 +
| Switch focus.
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
 +
 
{|class="wikitable"
 
{|class="wikitable"
|+style="text-align:Left;"|SO2R
+
|+style="text-align:Left;"|Multi Operator
|[Ctrl][Alt][1..8]
+
| [Ctrl][F3]
|Select scenario in SO2R Advanced
+
| Toggle station type (RUN/Mult in M/S, Run1/Run2 in M/2).
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][Shift][F1..F8]
+
| [Ctrl][O]
|On-the-fly scenario editing
+
| Login as operator. Erase entry text box to log off.  
 
|-
 
|-
|[Keypad Multiply]
+
|}
|Focus Opposite Radio
+
 
 +
{| class="wikitable"
 +
|+style="text-align:Left;"|Contest recorder
 +
| [Ctrl][Alt][Enter]
 +
| Play QSO.
 
|-
 
|-
|}
+
| [Ctrl][Alt][Space]
{|class="wikitable"
+
| Pause playback.
|+style="text-align:Left;"|Multi Operator
 
|[Ctrl][F3]
 
|Toggle station type (RUN/Mult in M/S, Run1/Run2 in M/2)
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
{|class="wikitable"
+
 
 +
{| class="wikitable"
 
|+style="text-align:Left;"|Partner Mode
 
|+style="text-align:Left;"|Partner Mode
|[Comma] or [Keypad Decimal]
+
| [Comma] or [Keypad Decimal]
|Manual addition of one or several calls to the partner window. (From 2.4.9)
+
| Manual addition of one or several calls to the partner window.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt][Enter]
+
| [Alt][Enter]
|Add the call current call to the partner window
+
| Add the call current call to the partner window.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt][Space]
+
| [Alt][Space]
|Grab the call in the topmost "real time" line of the partner window. If empty, grab the top of the stack instead. (From 2.4.9).
+
| Grab the call in the topmost "real time" line of the partner window.<br>If empty, grab the top of the stack instead.<br>If stack is empty and digital mode, grab the most recently highlighted call.  
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt][Backpace]
+
| [Alt][Backpace]
|Clear everything in the partner window
+
| Clear everything in the partner window.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Alt][1] - [9]
+
| [Alt][1] - [9]
|Grab the nth call from the partner window
+
| Grab the nth call from the partner window.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][1] - [9]
+
| [Ctrl][1] - [9]
|Replace the nth call in the partner window
+
| Replace the nth call in the partner window.
 
|-
 
|-
|DoubleClick on a callsign
+
| DoubleClick on a callsign
|Grab the call from the partner window
+
| Grab the call from the partner window.
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
 +
 
{|class="wikitable"
 
{|class="wikitable"
 
|+style="text-align:Left;"|Check Partials & N+1
 
|+style="text-align:Left;"|Check Partials & N+1
|[Alt][Y]
+
| [Alt][Y]
|Grab the top guess in Check Partials window (From 2.4.9)
+
| Grab the top guess in Check Partials window.
 
|-
 
|-
|DoubleClick on a callsign
+
| DoubleClick on a callsign
|Grab the call
+
| Grab the call.
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
{|class="wikitable"
+
 
 +
{| class="wikitable"
 
|+style="text-align:Left;"|Special Keys for WAE Contest
 
|+style="text-align:Left;"|Special Keys for WAE Contest
|[Alt][L]
+
| [Alt][L]
|Open QTC RX window
+
| Open and close QTC receive window (for european stations).
 +
|-
 +
| [Alt][S]
 +
| Save current QTC.
 +
|-
 +
| [Ctrl][L]
 +
| Open and close QTC send window (for non-european stations).
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][L]
+
| [Ctrl][F8]
|Open QTC TX window
+
| When receiving - equivalent to F8 "AGN" but includes row number.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][F8]
+
| [Alt][V]
|Equivalent to F8 "AGN" but includes row number
+
| Set CW speed for QTC traffic.
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
 +
 
{|class="wikitable"
 
{|class="wikitable"
|+style="text-align:Left;"|Morse Runner Specific
+
|+style="text-align:Left;"|Morse Runner
|[Ctrl][Alt][Page Up]
+
| [Ctrl][Alt][Page Up]
|Morse Runner increase volume
+
| Morse Runner increase volume.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][Alt][Page Down]
+
| [Ctrl][Alt][Page Down]
|Morse Runner decrease volume
+
| Morse Runner decrease volume.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][Alt][Right Arrow]
+
| [Ctrl][Alt][Right Arrow]
|Morse Runner increase bandwidth
+
| Morse Runner increase bandwidth.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][Alt][Left Arrow]
+
| [Ctrl][Alt][Left Arrow]
|Morse Runner decrease bandwidth
+
| Morse Runner decrease bandwidth.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][Shift][Right Arrow]
+
| [Ctrl][Shift][Right Arrow]
|Morse Runner increase pitch
+
| Morse Runner increase pitch.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Ctrl][Shift][Left Arrow]
+
| [Ctrl][Shift][Left Arrow]
|Morse Runner decrease pitch
+
| Morse Runner decrease pitch.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Shift][UpArrow]
+
| [Shift][UpArrow]
|RIT + in Morse Runner
+
| RIT + in Morse Runner.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Shift][DownArrow]
+
| [Shift][DownArrow]
|RIT - in Morse Runner  
+
| RIT - in Morse Runner.
 
|-
 
|-
|[Shift][Delete]
+
| [Shift][Delete]
|RIT clear in Morse Runner  
+
| RIT clear in Morse Runner.
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
  
==Text functions==
+
'''NB. During MorseRunner operation, text command SETUP will open MorseRunner configuration panel.
 +
 
 +
==Text commands==
 
{|class="wikitable"
 
{|class="wikitable"
 
|+style="text-align:Left;"|CW and Digital Functions
 
|+style="text-align:Left;"|CW and Digital Functions
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|}
 
|}
 
{|class="wikitable"
 
{|class="wikitable"
|+style="text-align:Left;"|Multi Operating
+
|+style="text-align:Left;"|Multi Operator
 
| MULT
 
| MULT
 
|| Equivalent to: Commands | Station type | Mult
 
|| Equivalent to: Commands | Station type | Mult
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|| Equivalent to: Options | Load contest at startup | [unchecked]
 
|| Equivalent to: Options | Load contest at startup | [unchecked]
 
|-
 
|-
| BYE
+
| BYE or QUIT or EXIT
 
|| Equivalent to: File | Quit
 
|| Equivalent to: File | Quit
 
|-
 
|-
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|-
 
|-
 
| CLEARLOGNOW
 
| CLEARLOGNOW
|| Equivalent to: CLEARLOG, but doesn't ask for confirmation
+
|| Equivalent to: CLEARLOG, but does not ask for confirmation
 
|- Use with caution!
 
|- Use with caution!
 
|-
 
|-
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|| Equivalent to: Edit | Postcontest mode [unchecked]
 
|| Equivalent to: Edit | Postcontest mode [unchecked]
 
|-
 
|-
| QUIT or BYE or EXIT
+
| RELOAD
|| Equivalent to: File | Quit
+
| Reopens the current log and reloads contest definitions
 +
|-
 +
| RELOADNOW
 +
| Like RELOAD but without the contest configuration dialog
 
|-
 
|-
| RELOAD or REOPEN
+
| REOPEN
| Reopens the current opened log
+
| Reopens the current log
 
|-
 
|-
| RELOADNOW or REOPENNOW
+
| REOPENNOW
| Reopens the current opened log, without the contest configuration dialog
+
| Like REOPEN but without the contest configuration dialog
 
|-
 
|-
 
| WRITELOG or MAKELOG
 
| WRITELOG or MAKELOG
|| Equivalent to: File | Creating log files - Create Cabrillo log file
+
| Exports the log to a file in Cabrillo or EDI format.
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
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|-
 
|-
 
| DEBUGCAT
 
| DEBUGCAT
| Start debugging of radio 1 CAT interface
+
| Toggle debug logging of radio 1 CAT interface
 
|-
 
|-
 
| DEBUGRCAT
 
| DEBUGRCAT
| Debugging of CAT
+
| For selected radio models read a simulated response from the<br>radio as CAT communication from CATRX.bin file.
 
|-
 
|-
 
| DEFINEKEYS
 
| DEFINEKEYS
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|-
 
|-
 
| SETUP
 
| SETUP
|| Equivalent to: Options | Configure Interfaces
+
|| Equivalent to: Options | Configure Interfaces<br>During MorseRunner simulation it opens MorseRunner setup
 
|-
 
|-
 
| NET or NETON/NONET or NETOFF
 
| NET or NETON/NONET or NETOFF
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|-
 
|-
 
| ILOCK or ILOCKON
 
| ILOCK or ILOCKON
| Enable DXLog.net software interlock
+
| Enable DXLog software interlock
 
|-
 
|-
 
| NOILOCK or ILOCKOFF
 
| NOILOCK or ILOCKOFF
| Disable DXLog.net software interlock
+
| Disable DXLog software interlock
 
|-
 
|-
 
| REMOTE
 
| REMOTE

Latest revision as of 11:30, 25 October 2020

Keyboard functions

QSO Entry line
[Enter] Log a contact
[Spacebar] Move cursor between callsign entry and report fields.
[Left arrow] or [Ctrl][B] Move cursor one character to the left.
[Right arrow] or [Ctrl][F] Move cursor one character to the right.
[Home] or [Ctrl][A] Move cursor to the beginning of the field.
[End] or [Ctrl][E] Moves the cursor to the end of the field.
[Backspace] Delete the character located left of the cursor.
[Tab] Move cursor between sent RST and received number fields.
[>] Move cursor to next field in the main log.
[<] Move cursor to previous field in the main log.
[Del] or [Ctrl][D] Delete the character located under the cursor.
[F11] or [Alt][W] Clear all the fields of the current QSO, and puts the cursor into the callsign logging field.
[Alt][F] Edit QSO date and time.
[Alt][N] Write a note regarding this QSO.
[Ctrl][C] Copy callsign.
[Ctrl][K] Delete all characters under and to the right of the cursor.
[Ctrl][V] Paste copied callsign.
[Ctrl][W] Clear the current field, if report field is cleared, initialize RST.
[Ctrl][Z] Undo - restores edited QSO data to prior value (also menu:Edit->Restore_QSO).
[Ctrl][Left arrow] Like [Home].
[Ctrl][Right arrow] Like [End].
[Ctrl][+] or [Ctrl][Keypad Add] Silently log QSO.
[Ctrl][Alt][+] or [Ctrl][Alt][Keypad Add] Silently force the logging of QSO, disregarding all validity checks of callsign and exchange.
Must also be used when modifying invalid QSO in the log.
Navigating the log
[Up arrow] Move one QSO up.
[Down arrow] Move one QSO down.
[PageUp] Move 10 QSOs up.
[PageDown] Move 10 QSOs down.
[Ctrl][G] Go to a specific QSO number.
[Ctrl][Home] Go to first QSO in log.
[Ctrl][End] Go to last QSO in log.
[Ctrl][PageDown] Go forward 24 hours.
[Ctrl][PageUp] Go back 24 hours.
[Ctrl][X] Toggles the X-QSO flag which invalidates the QSO, making it not count and export as X-QSO: line in Cabrillo.
Operation
[F1] Play message #1. CQ in Run. Callsign i S&P.
[Shift][Ctrl][F1] In SO2V and SO2R: Shift focus to radio 1. Switch to Run. Play message #1.
In SO1R and SO2R Advanced: Play message #1.
Run F1
[F2] Play message #2. Normally the full exchange including signal report.
[F3] Play message #3. Normally only the contest exchange e.g. serial number.
[F4] Play message #4. Normally your call.
[F5] Play message #5. Normally the logged callsign.
[F6] Play message #6. Normally a request to repeat the exchange.
[F7] Play message #7. Normally a single question mark.
[Insert] Play the message defined for this key. Normally the full exchange including signal report
[+] or [Keypad Add] Play the message defined for this key. Usually conclusion and logging of QSO
[Esc] Interrupt message transmission.
[Alt][C] Send or modify additional messages.
[Alt][K] Toggle Keyboard mode.
[Ctrl][M] Toggle ESM - Enter Sends Message.
[Alt][V] Change CW speed (opens "CW-Speed" entry box).
[Alt][F9] Decrease CW speed by 2 WPM.
[Alt][F10] Increase CW speed by 2 WPM.
[Ctrl][F10] Switch to the previous period for contests with periods.
[Ctrl][F11] Switch to the next period for contests with periods.
[Shift][F1..F7] Record messages #1 to #7 (SSB, if supported for the active DVK) or edit message #1 to #7 (CW, Digital).
[Shift][Insert] Record the message associated to the [Insert] key.
[Shift][+] Records the message associated to the [+] key.
[Ctrl][Tab] Toggle Run/S&P mode for focused radio (also changes CW/Digi memory sets).
[Shift][Ctrl][Tab] Toggle Run/S&P mode for not focused radio (also changes CW/Digi memory sets).
[Ctrl][R] Toggle CQ auto-repeat.
Windows
[F8] Check N + 1 window.
[F9] Check call window.
[F10] Check Multipliers window.
[F12] Check Partials window.
[Alt][A] DX-Cluster Announcements window.
[Alt][B] Skeds window.
[Alt][E] Take a sked.
[Alt][I] Gab window.
[Alt][L] Worked gridsquares.
[Alt][M] Worked DXCC.
[Alt][J] Network status window.
[Alt][O] DX-Cluster Monitor window.
[Alt][P] Worked prefixes.
[Alt][R] Rate window.
[Alt][S] Summary window.
[Ctrl][F9] Statistics window.
Radio Control
[Alt][F1] QSY band down (In frequency, i.e. to a longer wavelength).
[Alt][F2] QSY band up (In frequency, i.e. to a shorter wavelength).
[Alt][F4] QSY back to CQ frequency.
[Ctrl][F4] Equalize both VFO on focused radio.
[Ctrl][T] Tune the transmitter (on CW).
[Ctrl][F1] and [Ctrl][F2] Switch mode up and down (when the current contest permits).
[Shift][UpArrow] RIT adjustment up in Run, frequency adjustment up in S&P, as defined by band map orientation.
[Shift][DownArrow] RIT adjustment down in Run, frequency adjustment down in S&P, as defined by band map orientation.
[Shift][Delete] RIT clear.
[Alt][UpArrow] Frequency adjustment up as defined by band map orientation.
[Alt][DownArrow] Frequency adjustment down as defined by band map orientation.
[Shift][Alt][UpArrow] Faster VFO adjustment up as defined by band map orientation.
[Shift][Alt][DownArrow] Faster VFO adjustment down as defined by band map orientation.
[Ctrl][-] or [Ctrl][Keypad Subtract] Toggle receiver diversity/synchronization/tracking on supported radios.
[Ctrl][Alt][R] Resets and reinitializes all serial port and pipe connections to radios, keyers, SO2R devices etc
[Keypad Multiply] Switch active radio.
[-] or [Keypad Subtract] Enable Split Mode.
Antenna Control
[Shift][Ctrl][Alt][F1] Select Rx antenna 1.
[Shift][Ctrl][Alt][F2] Select Rx antenna 2.
[Shift][Ctrl][Alt][F3] Select Rx antenna 3.
[Shift][Ctrl][Alt][F4] Select Rx antenna 4.
[Shift][Ctrl][Alt][F5] Select Rx antenna 5.
[Shift][Ctrl][Alt][F6] Select Rx antenna 6.
[Shift][Ctrl][Alt][F7] Select Rx antenna 7.
[Alt][F11] Change RX antenna.
[Shift][Alt][F11] Change TX antenna.
[Ctrl][F12] Turn selected rotator to SP direction.
[Alt][F12] Turn selected rotator to LP direction.
Bandmap
[Ctrl][Enter] Insert spot into Band Map.
[Ctrl][Up arrow] Grab the first spot above in the active bandmap and load it in VFO A in active radio (SO1R, SO2R) or active VFO (SO2V).
[Ctrl][Shift][Up arrow] Grab the first spot, which is a multiplier, above in the active bandmap and load it in VFO A in active radio (SO1R, SO2R) or active VFO (SO2V).
[Ctrl][Alt][Up arrow] With option Operating\Bandmap\QSY Opposite radio instead of 2nd VFO checked: Grab the first spot above in the active bandmap and load it
in VFO A of other radio (SO1R, SO2R) or VFO B (SO2V). Otherwise: Grab the first spot above in the active bandmap and load it in VFO B in
active radio (SO1R, SO2R, not applicable in SO2V).
[Ctrl][Down arrow] Grab the first spot below in the active bandmap and load it in VFO A in active radio (SO1R, SO2R) or active VFO (SO2V).
[Ctrl][Shift][Down arrow] Grab the first spot, which is a multiplier, below in the active bandmap and load it in VFO A in active radio (SO1R, SO2R) or active VFO (SO2V).
[Ctrl][Alt][Down arrow] With option "Operating\Bandmap\QSY Opposite radio instead of 2nd VFO" checked: Grab the first spot below in the active bandmap and load it
in VFO A of other radio (SO1R, SO2R) or VFO B (SO2V). Otherwise: Grab the first spot below in the active bandmap and load it in VFO B in
active radio (SO1R, SO2R, not applicable in SO2V).
[Ctrl][Space] Grab the spot on or near the current frequency.
DX Cluster
[Alt][T] Manually send a command to the connected DX cluster.
[Alt][F3] Create a DX cluster spot.
Networking and chat
[Alt][D] Pass a station.
[Alt][G] Send a gab.
[Ctrl][Alt][G] Send a ON4KST message.
[Ctrl][Alt][P] Set pass frequency.
SO2R or SO2V with dual receiver radio
[Ctrl][Alt][1..8] Select scenario in SO2R Advanced.
[Ctrl][Shift][F1..F8] On-the-fly scenario editing in SO2R Advanced.
[Ctrl][Alt][A] Listen to radio 1 in both ears in SO2R.
[Ctrl][Alt][T] Listen to radio 2 in both ears in SO2R.
[Ctrl][Alt][S] Toggle stereo.
[Ctrl][Alt][L] Listen to focused radio in both ears in SO2R.
[Ctrl][Alt][D] Toggle sub receiver permanently on in SO2V.
[Keypad Multiply] Switch focus.
Multi Operator
[Ctrl][F3] Toggle station type (RUN/Mult in M/S, Run1/Run2 in M/2).
[Ctrl][O] Login as operator. Erase entry text box to log off.
Contest recorder
[Ctrl][Alt][Enter] Play QSO.
[Ctrl][Alt][Space] Pause playback.
Partner Mode
[Comma] or [Keypad Decimal] Manual addition of one or several calls to the partner window.
[Alt][Enter] Add the call current call to the partner window.
[Alt][Space] Grab the call in the topmost "real time" line of the partner window.
If empty, grab the top of the stack instead.
If stack is empty and digital mode, grab the most recently highlighted call.
[Alt][Backpace] Clear everything in the partner window.
[Alt][1] - [9] Grab the nth call from the partner window.
[Ctrl][1] - [9] Replace the nth call in the partner window.
DoubleClick on a callsign Grab the call from the partner window.
Check Partials & N+1
[Alt][Y] Grab the top guess in Check Partials window.
DoubleClick on a callsign Grab the call.
Special Keys for WAE Contest
[Alt][L] Open and close QTC receive window (for european stations).
[Alt][S] Save current QTC.
[Ctrl][L] Open and close QTC send window (for non-european stations).
[Ctrl][F8] When receiving - equivalent to F8 "AGN" but includes row number.
[Alt][V] Set CW speed for QTC traffic.
Morse Runner
[Ctrl][Alt][Page Up] Morse Runner increase volume.
[Ctrl][Alt][Page Down] Morse Runner decrease volume.
[Ctrl][Alt][Right Arrow] Morse Runner increase bandwidth.
[Ctrl][Alt][Left Arrow] Morse Runner decrease bandwidth.
[Ctrl][Shift][Right Arrow] Morse Runner increase pitch.
[Ctrl][Shift][Left Arrow] Morse Runner decrease pitch.
[Shift][UpArrow] RIT + in Morse Runner.
[Shift][DownArrow] RIT - in Morse Runner.
[Shift][Delete] RIT clear in Morse Runner.

NB. During MorseRunner operation, text command SETUP will open MorseRunner configuration panel.

Text commands

CW and Digital Functions
CTSPACE Equivalent to: Options | CW/DIGI | Shortened spaces (CT spaces) [checked]
CWAUTO or AUTOCW Equivalent to: Options | CW/DIGI | Auto sending - Sets/disables autosending.
NOCTSPACE Equivalent to: Options | CW/DIGI | Shortened spaces (CT spaces) [unchecked]
FULLABBREV Equivalent to: Options | CW/DIGI | Serial number | Abbreviated
PROABBREV Equivalent to: Options | CW/DIGI | Serial number | Pro
SEMIABBREV Equivalent to: Options | CW/DIGI | Serial number | Half abbreviated
NOABBREV Equivalent to: Options | CW/DIGI | Serial number | Not abbreviated
ESM or ESMON Enable Enter Sends Message Mode; equivalent to: Tools | Data Entry | Enable ESM [checked]
NOESM or ESMOFF Disable Enter Sends Message Mode; equivalent to: Tools | Data Entry | Enable ESM [unchecked]
LZ Equivalent to: Options | CW/DIGI | Serial number | Leading zeros [checked]
NOLZ Equivalent to: Options | CW/DIGI | Serial number | Leading zeros [unchecked]
MSGS or MESSAGES Equivalent to: Options | CW/DIGI | Modify standard messages
RPT Equivalent to: Tools | Repeat Loop [checked]
NORPT Equivalent to: Tools | Repeat Loop [unchecked]
SOUND Equivalent to: Options | CW/DIGI | No sound [unchecked]
NOSOUND Equivalent to: Options | CW/DIGI | No sound [checked]
SYNCCW/NOSYNCCW Enable/disable cw speed syncing between radio/VFO (SO2R and SO2V)
SYNCSPEED Sync other radio/VFO CW speed with focused radio/VFO (SO2R and SO2V)
WKSETUP or WKEY Equivalent to: Options | WinKey configuration
Operating and logging
CW, SSB, LSB, USB, AM, FM Set mode
WORKDUPE or WORKDUPEON Equivalent to: Options | CW/DIGI | Work dupes [checked]
The normal exchange will be sent also to dupes.
NOWORKDUPE or WORKDUPEOFF Equivalent to: Options | CW/DIGI | Work dupes [unchecked]
Causes the $QSOB4 message to be sent to all dupes when, for example,
when the [Insert] key is programmed as $LOGGEDCALL $QSOB4 $GUESSEXCH $F2
RUNSP or RUNSPON Equivalent to: Tools | Data entry | Enable Run/SP switching [checked]
NORUNSP or RUNSPOFF Equivalent to: Tools | Data entry | Enable Run/SP switching [unchecked]
AUTORSPON or AUTORSP Equivalent to: Tools | Data entry | Enable automatic Run/SP selection [checked]
AUTORSPOFF or NOAUTRSP Equivalent to: Tools | Data entry | Enable automatic Run/SP selection [unchecked]
Multi Operator
MULT Equivalent to: Commands | Station type | Mult
OPON or LOGIN Log in as an operator
OPOFF or LOGOUT Log out as an operator
RUN1 Equivalent to: Commands | Station type | Run 1
RUN2 Equivalent to: Commands | Station type | Run 2
RUN Equivalent to: Commands | Station type | Run
Open/Close/Database Functions
AUTORELOAD Equivalent to: Options | Load contest at startup [checked]
NOAUTORELOAD Equivalent to: Options | Load contest at startup | [unchecked]
BYE or QUIT or EXIT Equivalent to: File | Quit
CLEARLOG Equivalent to: Edit | Delete all QSO
CLEARLOGNOW Equivalent to: CLEARLOG, but does not ask for confirmation
CLOSE Equivalent to: File | Close
COPYLOG Save a copy of the current log file in the current log directory with a timestamp added to its name
COPYLOGCLEAR Equivalent to the COPYLOG but with data truncation. Exact function is TBD.
NEW Equivalent to: File | New
OPEN Equivalent to: File | Open
POSTCONTEST Equivalent to: Edit | Postcontest mode [checked]
NOPOSTCONTEST Equivalent to: Edit | Postcontest mode [unchecked]
RELOAD Reopens the current log and reloads contest definitions
RELOADNOW Like RELOAD but without the contest configuration dialog
REOPEN Reopens the current log
REOPENNOW Like REOPEN but without the contest configuration dialog
WRITELOG or MAKELOG Exports the log to a file in Cabrillo or EDI format.
Other Functions
CTYFILES or COUNTRYFILES Equivalent to: Options | Data files | Country files
DEBUGCAT Toggle debug logging of radio 1 CAT interface
DEBUGRCAT For selected radio models read a simulated response from the
radio as CAT communication from CATRX.bin file.
DEFINEKEYS Equivalent to: Options | Redefine keyboard keys
VER or VERSION Equivalent to: Help | About - Display the about panel
SETUP Equivalent to: Options | Configure Interfaces
During MorseRunner simulation it opens MorseRunner setup
NET or NETON/NONET or NETOFF Enable/disable network communications
NETCONFIG Equivalent to: Options | Configure network
ILOCK or ILOCKON Enable DXLog software interlock
NOILOCK or ILOCKOFF Disable DXLog software interlock
REMOTE Equivalent to: Commands | Remote commands
RESET Closes and re-opens serial port and pipe connections to radios, keyers, SO2R devices etc