[SCCC] FKeys for Writelog
wa6l at arrl.net
Wed Jul 15 09:55:36 PDT 2009
I guess it is all in what you know and what you are used to. I think N1MM
is a fine program. However, I am worried that since my brain is already
full, learning a new program would cause me to lose other important
information, such as my address or how to mix a martini. So I will stick
On Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 9:37 AM, Glenn Rattmann <k6na at cts.com> wrote:
> Hmmm, this on-screen display and mouse-click of F-keys is already
> built-in to the N1MM program (you may also choose NOT to display the keys,
> if you need screen space for other windows...). You can also right-click on
> any F-key and see the contents of ALL the keys, and make on-the-fly changes
> to them. For SO2R, N1MM gives you two separate entry windows. In either 1-
> or 2-radio mode, you can set up a "RUN" configuration and a "S&P"
> configuration for the 12 keys, so you can really tailor what you need to
> send specifically in a variety of scenarios.
> Yes, I am a big fan of this (free) program, and recommend folks give it a
> --Glenn K6NA
> At 09:45 AM 7/14/2009, John Graf wrote:
> Hi, Folks, If you are not a Writelog user, you can stop now and delete this
> message. But if you are, you may be interested in a free program called
> "FKeys." The web site for FKeys is http://www.kregli.com/fkeys.htm The
> provides a better explanation of what the program does than I can. But
> basically, it gives you an on-screen map of your function keys and what
> are programmed to do. Best of all, you can click on the keys with your
> instead of hitting the function key and get the same result. I used it for
> the first time during the IARU contest last weekend and it seemed to make a
> difference in how fast and accurate I was in sending my call, exchange, and
> so forth. You may want to give it a try.
> The program is free. The author also offers a program to assist with
> the Writelog .ini file.
> John, WA6L
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