[CQ-Contest] Linux Logging Programs

Steve London n2icarrl at gmail.com
Thu Oct 22 10:46:16 EDT 2015

I don't want to get into a contest logger war, but I think it's 
important for folks to know what is, and is not supported.

Referring to Win-Test, On 10/21/2015 11:33 AM, Dez Watson wrote:
> The
> bandmap list view is another
> key feature which I heavily use and it is fully configurable. For
> instance, I might not want to jump
> to the next available multiplier but to the next valid station on the
> nearest beam heading.

In N1MM+, it is called the "Available" window and is separate from the 
bandmap (so you can have both open simultaneously). It has many options 
for sorting and jumping, including sorting on beam heading.

> The individual window colours and also configurable which may sound
> gimmicky but it's a feature I
> like.

N1MM+ lets you configure color themes and fonts.

> There is virtually no cause for me to use the mouse in Win-Test,
> I'm a touch-typist and I
> like to keep my fingers close to the keyboard at all times. I don't use
> any external paddles or a
> separate keyer, Win-Test's own keyer does all I require.

N1MM+ has a keyboard-based keyer. It has hot keys to open and close it 
(so you don't need a mouse).

Steve, N2IC

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