[CQ-Contest] cqww cw spotting report

Jim Smith jimsmith at shaw.ca
Fri Dec 3 00:02:05 PST 2010

Hi Joe
You can set N1MM to never spot any stations automatically.  You can 
still spot individual stations if you want to.  (The <Spot It> button in 
the entry window or, I think, CTRL-P)

73, Jim Smith	VE7FO

On 12/2/2010 7:27 AM, Joe wrote:
> I am new to all this spotting stuff.
> But when someone is running a freq, say as the below example, LZ9W. and
> someone K9XYZ comes and works him, and his program is set to spot all
> S&P contacts,  doesn't then LZ9W get spotted every time someone works
> him?  I mean that would be several spottings a minute.
> So,  Why would anyone need to have a cheerleader pushing them?
> Can say in N1MM  can the spotting system be set up to show the spots,
> but when the person works the spot it is not spotted to the system?  To
> lower the level of spots sent to the system?
> Just wondering,,
> Old school contester here
> Paper logs and dupe sheets and no clusters or anything like that so
> just trying to learn the 20th century stuff.
> Joe WB9SBD
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