On Tue, Feb 13, 2007 at 12:36:35AM -0600, K4RO Kirk Pickering wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 09, 2007 at 08:26:31AM -0800, Tree wrote:
> > The program is used in a totally different way in the sprint -
> > almost upside down and backwards from how it gets used in the SS.
> This has puzzled me for years, and I think I now understand
> why I haven't been able to use Tree's SO2R Sprint method.
> If I understand this correctly, it requires using a visible
> dupe sheet. I am so used to the computer telling me whether
> a call is a dupe, that I never developed dupe sheet reading
> skills. (See KR2Q's recent post on skills of yesterday.)
> Also, if I understand this method correctly, it requires that
> you call a station that you just found via S&P by pressing the
> space bar, WITHOUT first typing their call sign. If you do type
> their call first, that call is interpreted as an answer to your
> other radio's CQ. Do I have this right? In other words, when in
> S&P mode, you have to find a station CQing, determine his call,
> read the dupe sheet, then hit the space bar, correct? I can't
> seem to do that before someone else pounces first.
By George!!! I think he's got it!!
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