[ct-user] 9.92.001 keying & cty.dat corrections
wo2n at att.net
Wed Dec 17 18:09:56 EST 2003
Yes I noticed irregularity in "set "key speeds also....didn't kn abt + & -
have to be equal, tnx.
Also in earlier versions when the keyboard hot keys were used to send
preprogrammed CQ , etc. When you interrupted it by touching your paddle
keyer didn't the CQ canned message stop. In other words didn't the hand
key over ride the keyboard and stop the keyboard transmission? What happened
to that, I thought it was a neat feature? Or an I imagining that?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Doug Renwick" <VE5RA at sasktel.net>
To: <ct-user at contesting.com>
Sent: Wednesday, December 17, 2003 2:45 PM
Subject: Re: [ct-user] 9.92.001 keying & cty.dat corrections
> In DOS version 9.91 I found a change in the programming such
> that I had to make sure there were an equal number of + and -
> otherwise my keyer would slow down or speed up depending
> on the unbalance.
> Bill Tippett wrote:
> > 4. Why is it that when you program something like +++CQ --W4ZV
> > W4ZV +++TEST it takes one less minus than plus to reset the
> > speed to whatever is set with Alt V? Seems like it should take
> > the same number of plusses and minuses.
> Doug Renwick VA5DX
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