>I guess you hit the nail there and summed up this
>and similar discussions very well, when you said,
> >>The rules are what everyone should go by, not the
> >>behavior of any particular software.
>Eternal truth, I say.
>The Vlad&Wlad couple may of course be puzzling
>to some, but as you mention it, I am sure you know
>that Vlad I is the name transcribed into the Latin
>alphabet, whereas Wlad II is Russian and Russian
>Morse at that.
>One of the Regions which appears in the multiplier
>list is "Voronezhskaya obl.". Let?s all sing and be
>happy that the rules AND TR-Log seem to agree that
>a simple "VR" over the waves will suffice instead of
>the full Russian CW version, "Woronevska? oblastx"!
>(I do hope that that last character in the first word
>appears correctly on your screens; it?s .-.- in CW)
Roger all that - although the W/V & K/J stuff seems
fairly easy to get one's head around, I think I'll stick
to CW-only in RDXC - some of these oblast names are
quite a mouthful on phone & with my luck no doubt some
of these guys would also try saying the full oblast name.
Anyway, seeing how everybody has to do something in
order to log Qs with stations in these oblasts, maybe
Tree can distribute one as a replacement for RUSSIAN.DOM
in a future release of the program - RDXC has become very
popular in the last few years & there is nothing more frustrating
than not being able to log a contact because you copied what
the other guy sent. ;^)
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