I ran for 4 separate sittings...approx.300+ q's and approx 4 hrs.
Not a hick-up from WL...Op was assisted...I am new to WL also...the <enter>
key was hard to get used to...got lost a couple times not knowing where the
focus was. Wish I'd had more time!
Pent. 180 pro Win98
CW on LPT1
TS-940 Kenwood + SB220
Everything worked perfect! (knock on wood) Great program
----- Original Message -----
From: "Barry N1EU" <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, February 18, 2002 8:39 AM
Subject: [WriteLog] WL 10.30B Comments - stuttering, Enter key, packet
> I hope everyone enjoyed the incredible condx this weekend! A few
> post-contest comments:
> 1. LPT1 cw stuttering is still a major problem (INI entry made). I'd
> appreciate hearing from any contesters who spent 5+ hours running and
> notice stuttering. I honestly didn't notice much improvement over
> WL revs. I can't help but wonder if there is an underlying WL event that
> causing the stuttering, such as processing a new spotted multiplier.
> the guys who are operating unassisted don't see the stuttering?
> 2. There is a potentially dangerous conflict in the action of the "Enter"
> key. If cursor focus is in the log entry window, "Enter" (or Ctrl-Enter)
> will log the entry. If focus gets shifted from the log entry window into
> the packet spot window, "Enter" will overwrite the log entry with the
> highlighted spot and the qso will be lost. If you are gunning packet
> this shift of focus can easily happen. The "Enter" key alone should not
> move a packet spot into the log entry window and overwrite what is there.
> 3. If "alt-W" can clear the log entry window when cursor focus is in the
> packet spot window, it would be nice to move the cursor focus to the log
> entry window from there since the logical next move is to enter the
> 4. There is often a very noticeable one second delay in grabbing a packet
> spot, and sometimes no delay.
> 5. It would be great to be able to constantly view Mults on All Bands in a
> separate window while viewing (& gunning) the spots for a selected band.
> 6. "/BUST" should not show up as a multiplier. Seems like we visited this
> year or two ago.
> Barry N1EU
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