[TRLog] TR comments
Sun, 5 Aug 2001 17:19:48 -0700
> In the manual it says that if I want to log someone without sending any CW
> I do this with CONTROL-ENTER. I did not find this to always be true.
> This appears to only be the case if you have sent the exchange. If you
> have not sent the exchange, and hit CONTROL-ENTER it dumps the report.
Hmm - I am not aware of anytime that Control-Enter sends CW. I'll
have to check.
> So, I would like to know if you assume that I am making a QSO and I do all
> the sending with my paddles to complete the QSO process.... what key
> sequence do I hit to log the callsign and the exchange I have enteered but
> not sent?
> One other thing... Why is alternate-CQ programmed in to ALT-F3? Seems
> like this should be a choice:
> ALTERNATE CQ MEMORY LOCATION: ALT-F3
> I was wanting to program this key to send my name on the inactive radio,
> F3 would send my name on the active radio. So my memories would be:
> F2 - Full exchange ALT-F2 - Full exchange inactive radio
> F3 - Name ALT-F3 - Name on inactive radio
> F4 - State ALT-F4 - State on inactive radio
Those keys would be useful during the middle of the QSO, or
while you are in the EXCHANGE mode. TR has a differnet set
of definitions for the function keys at this time.
I program EXCHANGE Alt-F2 to ask for the exchange, Alt-F3 to
ask for the name and Alt-F4 to ask for the QTH. I don't see
a need to have keys programmed to do this on the inactive radio,
as the two radio mode takes care of that automatically. If you
press Alt-F3 to ask for the name again, your CQ on the other
radio will be aborted, it will ask for the name on the correct
radio, and then relaunch your CQ.
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