- Information and Warning lines
There are three information lines (a "warning" line and two "information" lines) below the log lines.
The DXLog.net version is shown on startup (as shown above).
Other information, such as the MicroHam device firmware info, will also be shown in one of the lines.
Other useful information regarding multipliers, spots, and program actions may be shown in one of the lines.
Since cluster traffic can be massive during a major contest there is an option to disable cluster spot warnings.
There is also a "status" line in the lower border (the grey area on the bottom of the above screenshot) where other useful information will be shown.
If a station in a qso line is a multiplier on another band that information will be shown in a warning line.
Important: Holding down CTRL while the program is starting will give you the option to not restore the previous layout and log file.
A. New Log B. Open Exiting Log C. Close Log D. QSY Next Lower Band E. QSY Next Upper Band F. CW/Digi Keyboard G. Send a Gab H. Write a QSO note I. DXCluster Talk J. Send Spot K. Check Multipilers Window Open / Close L. Summary Window Open / Close M. Check Partials Window Open / Close N. N+1 Window Open / Close O. Status Window Open / Close P. Skeds Window Open / Close Q. Rates Window Open / Close R. Statistics Window Open / Close S. Gab Window Open / Close T. World Map Window Open / Close U. DX Cluster Monitor Window Open / Close V. DX Cluster Announcement Window Open / Close W. Radio 1 Bandmap Window Open / Close X. Radio 2 Bandmap Window Open / Close Y. Radio Split Frequency Set
Main Window Logging
Callsign entry is made into the main window to the right of the time, The red cursor block denotes the active log field, use the spacebar once the callsign is entered ready for the serial number reception, or other contest related exchange. The TAB key moved between all log fields that can be modified incl the report fields if required. Up and Down arrows move up and down in the logged area, TAB and SPace have the same function here for editing QSO's that have already been logged.
Main Window Options
Right clicking on the main screen for access to the main screen options menu
|Fonts||4 Sizes selectable|
|Headers, Hide||Turn on or off the log column labels|
|Hide DX cluster multiplier warnings||Turn on or off the display of DX cluster spots being multipliers|
|Hide QSO Numbers||Hides the QSO numbers on the left, useful for serial number contests so wrong serials don't get sent|
|Always show mode in QSO lines||Shows the radio mode in the QSO line, useful for multi mode contest on review|
|Show date in QSO lines||Shows the QSO date in the QSO line|
|Shows frequency in QSO line||Shows the QSO frequency in the QSO line|
|Show operator name in QSO line||Shows the operators name, if OPON / OPOFF is used during operation.|
|Colours||Change the colours on the main window|
|SO2R/V View Type||Classic, Side by Side or Separate Window|
|Stay in field while moving up and down in the log||If disabled the cursor returns to the callsign field otherwise the cursor stays in the field selected|
|In SO2R/V use different background colour||Sets R2 or VFO2 data entry line a different colour to R1 entry line|
|Show Previous / Current Messages||Prints the current macro being sent below the relevant radio radio log line, and the previous sent message above the radio log line, in italic font. (set colour colours>Msgs Color).|
|Show RX Colour Status||Colours the relevant radio log entry line, a specified colour (set in colors>RX background), when the radio is in RX mode|
|Show Border on TX||Puts a border around the relevant radio log entry line, a specified colour (set in colours>TX Border Color), when the radio is in TX mode|
|Show RX Wait Border||Puts a border around the relevant radio log entry line, a specified colour (set in colors>RX Wait Colour), when the radio is locked out by interlocking.|