[CQ-Contest] Realtime Scoring for all now with N1MM support
tfwagner at snet.net
Fri Nov 25 13:31:08 EST 2005
Did you put it in the [Other] section of the ini file?
From: Steve London [mailto:n2ic at arrl.net]
Sent: Friday, November 25, 2005 2:16 PM
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Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] Realtime Scoring for all now with N1MM support
Anyone have N1MM Logger generating the runningscore.txt file with
Windows 98 ?
No luck here.
Craig Cook wrote:
> Both working simultaneously here for me.
> On 25 Nov 2005 10:46:24 -0500, *Pat Collins N8VW*
> <n8vw at linuxcolumbus.com <mailto:n8vw at linuxcolumbus.com>> wrote:
> On Fri, 25 Nov 2005 10:32:56 -0500, Pete Smith < n4zr at contesting.com
> <mailto:n4zr at contesting.com>> wrote :
> > Pat, should we expect incompatibilities between your score
> software and Dave's? I notice that you say "In the N1MM logger.ini
> look for the [other] section and add the following line:
> > Running Score Location = realtimescore\runningscore.txt"
> > Dave's instructions say exactly the same thing. Is it simply a
> matter of
> both programs reading the same text file?
> > I notice that yours wants to install a rather large .dll, and
> also over 3
> meg of Python files, and I'm just wondering about destructive
> Have you tested with both installed and running simultaneously?
> Nothing is installed in system32 so there are no destructive
> just the price of free software. Any updates will just require
> the exe, so the next download will be smaller. Kind of like .net.
> > Where should your files be installed? In the realtimescore
> folder, or in
> the base program file?
> I hard coded the path to N1MM, but the path to the score file can be
> adjusted in the ini file. Sorry 'bout that.
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