[na-user] Working stations in multiple locations

k5iid@wvadventures.net k5iid@wvadventures.net
Sun, 11 Oct 1998 08:36:07 -0400

 Actually a couple of fellas did come up with the correct answer, 
but posted it directly to me. After it was mentioned, I remembered that
it was there in the options panel. Anyway, am using it and it works fine.
 However...another question. What do we do in the case of a station being 
on a county line (two or more counties at the same time) have just putting 
a note on the contact and and fixing it later. Any suggestions here?	
 Tom K5IID

At 11:26 PM 10/10/98 -0400, you wrote:
>I can't stand it any more...
>K5IID originally posted a question about working a station again in another
>location, for example moving counties in a state QSO party.  I was waiting
>for one of our astute users to answer this question correctly.  Instead,
>the answers here on the reflector simply reinforce doing things the hard
>(wrong) way.
>Answer: PROGRAM OPTIONS CONTROL PANEL - QTH Must Match for Dupe.  Turn this
>on and QSOs with any station must have matching QTH fields (grids,
>counties, whatever...) for a dupe to be counted.
>Folks, this is the reason this feature is in there.  Its been there for a
>year.  It works.  Use it instead of hacking the callsign field.  Geez...
>To W7OM, the PA QSO Party template and multiplier file is included on your
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