Must be missing something. Don't see how mode comes into the picture.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim Smith" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, December 17, 2003 07:49
Subject: Re: [WriteLog] Re: issues--HOME key
> Gee, if WL could be made mode aware then the same keystroke which sends
> your exchange (S&P) or TU QRZ? (Run) could also log the Q. I've lost
> lots of Qs by forgetting to hit ENTER after the Q is done. Doesn't seem
> to be any way around the problem if program doesn't know what mode
> you're in. With a mode aware program this operator error doesn't happen
> and you save a keystroke on every Q. Let's see, 1800 Qs means you would
> save 1800 thumps of the ENTER key.
> How about a key to toggle between S&P and Run modes?
> Sure would be nice if this could be done.
> 73 de Jim Smith VE7FO
> Ian White, G3SEK wrote:
> > The whole objective is to avoid wasting keystrokes, and to avoid
> > jumping too often between the keyboard, mouse and rig.
> > The next group of suggestions are about smarter support for swapping
> > between S&P and Running:
> > 3. Automatically detect when Running (e.g. if the last >3 QSOs were
> > all on the same TX frequency) and then do at least two things:
> > a) Save that Run frequency to a new dedicated button in the S&P memory
> > window, so you can quickly jump back - and whenever you use that
> > button, WL recognizes that you're back into Run mode
> > b) While in Run mode, have the option to clear RIT automatically when
> > each QSO is logged
> > c) There are also other things that could behave differently between
> > S&P and Run, but I'll leave those for someone else...
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