[ct-user] ARRL 10 m contest
Mon, 17 Dec 2001 14:14:22 -0500
The latest version of AR10.DAT which is on the k1ea website, has AK and HI in it. You essentially did the same thing by editing the file.
At 01:53 PM 12/17/2001 -0500, you wrote:
>I think lots of us had the same problem. I fixed it by editing the AR10.dat file. I added Alaska and Hawaii in the state multipliers so that they show up on the mult. grid when you press <alt>z. If you do this, and reboot your contest file, it should recognize the KH6 and KL7s as state mults and count them properly. Why this came up in this particular version of CT I don't know. I was using 9.69, and had several bugs related to changing modes that have been discussed on the reflector by others.
>Will AA4NC / W4MR
>In a message dated Sun, 16 Dec 2001 10:16:07 PM Eastern Standard Time, "Dick White" <KS0M@ktis.net> writes:
>> I am using CT v9.65 and had this problem during the ARRL 10 meter contst
>> this weekend.
>> Worked KL7WV who sent 599 AK
>> Worked NH7/N6HC who sent 599 HI
>> CT did not recognize HI or AK as states and would not let me log the calls.
>> I tried putting in a number instead of HI or Ak, and it still would not log
>> the calls. Finally, I put in another state (OR) and loged the calls and
>> then went back and changed the state to K and HI. I got a message that
>> said they were not mulitpliers.
>> Do I have a problem or what ??? I would think CT would accept all 50 state
>> abreviations. But, it also did not accept a number for DX, sooooo ??
>> Have been using CT since Dayton 1994, but new to this reflector.... thanks
>> for info.
>> 73....Dick KS0M
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