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[WriteLog] Alt+C command

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Subject: [WriteLog] Alt+C command
From: wa9als@starband.net (wa9als)
Date: Sat, 31 Aug 2002 14:18:57 -0500
I don't think you can do what you describe with WL, although it would be a
nice feature.  I've been doing it as Don, AA5AU, recommended awhile back:

1.  Setup F8 something like %R QSL TU NOW %D 599 1961 1961 WA9ALS %R%E
2.  Say you're running, and several come back.  You work the first one...
3.  After you have his exchange in the ENTRY window, hit RETURN to log the Q
(but not send the QRZ message).
4.  Click or type the call of a second station that called originally into
the ENTRY window, then hit F8.  It tells the first guy you received his
exchange (albeit without acknowleging his call again), and then sends your
exchange to the second guy.

It's a decent work-around, but a way to use the Call Queue would be nicer.
73 - John (WA9ALS)

----- Original Message -----
From: "Gino Zambaiti" <gino@galactica.it>
To: <WriteLog@contesting.com>
Sent: Saturday, August 31, 2002 2:49 AM
Subject: [WriteLog] Alt+C command

> Dear friends,
> looking around WL help file, I found the Alt+C command that brings up the
> queued
> calls captured by RTTY windows.
> How can I use this feature like in the old times with a key-message like
> "...(old
> call)tnx and now..(queued call)"?
> It's probably a dumb question, but I'd like to use as many WL functions as
> possible.
> By the way, after a dozen of hours of tries due to my very poor computer
> skills,
> now I'm working with 2 Videos and 2 Sound Cards (2x MTTY)! It's great to
> able
> to open as many windows as available!!!!
> IK2RZP     IO2A     member of IH9P multi team
> Gino
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