This is exactly what I would wish also.....Thanks for verbalizing it.....I end
up making a paper one that I scratch off as we go......de Jim K3SW
Mark Beckwith wrote:
> It was suggested:
> significantly more value to me, for instance, would be arranging the
> multiplier list (for domestic contests) in columns by call area instead of
> in straight alphabetical order. For me, at least, processing the info that
> way is about 10 times more intuitive than searching a straight alphabetical
> list of abbreviations. Plus, (I think everybody USED to do this but it is
> now a lost art), when (S&P) you hear a W9 and you see you don't need any
> W9s, you can spin the knob sooner. This is possible when mults are
> presented as described above, but not possible at present, because in the
> time it takes to search the list for Il, In and Wi, you may as well have
> copied his whole call and exchange and checked it the "old-fashioned way."
> This is something I miss from the pencil-and-paper days.
> Yes, I understand all the reasons that this is difficult to implement, but
> that does not make the concept any less of a good idea. Yes it would take
> effort on Tree's part. This is why I bring it up in this context. No
> offense intended, but compared to the first wish above, I hope Tree will
> apply his limited resources to the most important things first, as many
> have said before on this reflector.
> (Boy will I feel stupid if this has already been implemented since the last
> time I mentioned it.)
> Mark, N5OT
> "Sometimes an amplifier just makes your signal louder."
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