On 1 Oct 2003 at 7:44, George Fremin III wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 01, 2003 at 04:42:56AM -0700, charles Lewis wrote:
> > TR-Log works great for me except for the inability to
> > accept full RST reports. I believe in giving
> > meaningful RST reports. (I don't understand why we
> > keep up the silly pretense of giving all contacts 59
> > or 599 in contests, DXpeditions, etc.; but I go along
> > with it in those events to avoid tripping others up.)
> > I feel really stupid giving an R5 to a faint station
> > after struggling several minutes trying to pull it out
> > of the muck. I also hate being forced occasionally to
> > give a T9 to a station that sounds like a buzz saw.
> > It would be wonderful if the program could accept a
> > full RST. Ideally it would default to R5, the last S
> > sent and T9. Entering a single digit would affect only
> > the S.
> TR-Log will already allow you to send a diffrent S to
> every station.
> Are you using this feature?
> It currently does not have a way to send diffrent
> R or T numbers.
I think he understands that, and wants to be able to log
different sent R and T numbers...which TR doesn't do, as
you say. Or could you go into the editable log window and
change the sent RST? I can't remember and don't have my TR
computer available right now. You can always send whatever
you want to.
You could use TR and the ALT-N function to make a note of
the actual sent RST.
Or, I use a program called "Logger" that I'm trying to
compile all of my logs into. I don't use the keyer in it,
but I believe it does have one. It's probably as good as
any of the logging programs I've demo'd, and is free...if
you can get by the "unusual" license agreement.
Look for it here: http://www.qsl.net/kc4elo/
Lee Hiers, AA4GA
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