[Trlog] Version 6.74

Tree tree at kkn.net
Sun Aug 31 12:58:59 EDT 2003

Version 6.74 is making its way to you (if you are on the update list).

Here are the release notes.  I would really like any reports of progress
with the radio interface issues - from those of you who found that the
older versions of the program worked better.  Try LEGACY RADIO IO MODE
= TRUE to see if it works like the older versions.

73 Tree

                    Release notes for TR Logging Program

Version 6.74 - Released 31-Aug-03

 - Added LEGACY RADIO IO MODE (available on Control-J - initial value =
   FALSE).  When TRUE, this backs out some of the recent changes made
   to the Icom and Omni-VI radio communication.  It should work the
   same as versions before about 6.69.

 - Added WAE Cabrillo support.  Also made 4 digit time get logged in
   WAE files even if using QTC MINUTES.

 - Made IARU and CQ contests ask for ARRL section if in W/VE for

 - Fixed problem with exchange window and bandmap - only being able to
   enter one letter.

 - Fixed simulator in FD not sending sections.

 - Added REGION ONE FIELD DAY to Cabrillo - using same template as WPX.

Version 6.73 - released 10 June 2003

 - This is the last release from work done by KK1L - thanks Ron for
   keeping things going during my "sabbatical".  Also, this couldn't
   have been possible without the team of beta-testers that helped
   work the bugs out of many of these new features.

 - Fixed a problem with initial exchange for rover calls.

 - Fixed RESCORE command line option from aborting when DVP ENABLE = TRUE
   and DVPTSR or SBDVP were not loaded.

 - Fixed AutoSAPEnable so S&P mode is only entered when changing
   frequencies within the same band and mode. Band changes and mode
   changes no longer trigger S&P mode.

 - Added OMNI6 and OMNIVI radio types. Removed the strict communications
   checking which caused trouble for some Ten Tec Omni6 users. ***THERE

 - INITIAL EXCHANGE OVERWRITE now controls overwrite action for all
   initial exchanges, not just custom ones. The default remains FALSE.

 - The install program now asks if you would like
   added to CONFIG.SYS.

 - A tone is no longer produced when using left CTRL-SHIFT as a PTT. If
   TUNING WITH DITS = TRUE a tone is still produced.

 - It is no longer possible to send a CQ frequency marker as a packet
   spot. (Even though CQ markers do not show up in the call window from
   the band map anymore.)

 - An initial exchange now includes a space as the very first character.
   With INITIAL EXCHANGE CURSOR POS = AT START you would have to remember
   to add a space before hitting Enter to log the contact. This makes
   logging more consistent.

 - CTRL-A can now be used to send many commands to the inactive radio (in
   addition to sending CW or DVP/DVK messages to the inactive radio
   already supported). Commands supported at this time are:
   Put the CTRL-A within the CTRL-C/CTRL-D pair. For example
   <03><01>NEXTBANDMAP<04>. HINT: To be consistent with the keystrokes
   CTRL-PageUp, CTRL-PageDown (CW Speed), and CTRL-Enter (for freq
   control) operating on the inactive radio you might want to program
   Fx to be <03>NEXTBANDMAP<04> and CTRL-Fx to be

 - Mixed mode SO2R now works.

 - Fixed deleting a log entry (using ALT-Y) not properly updating the
   dupe status of the subsequent band map entry if it was not the
   active band/mode (ie. made using ALT-D).

 - Fixed CTRL-PgDn/CTRL-PgUp to use CODE SPEED INCREMENT value.

 - Direct frequency entry for inactive radio using CTRL-Enter. You can
   now enter a frequency directly into the inactive radio right from
   the call window just like you would for the active radio. Just use
   CTRL-Enter to enter it rather than Enter.

 - Can set the frequency of the B VFO using the direct frequency entry
   in the call window by ending the frequency with "B". This works with
   the new CTRL-Enter frequency entry to control the inactive radio as
   well. Examples: 14250B, 250B, 14.250B.

 - Enhanced support of the band map with the inactive radio. Call, band,
   and mult needed information will show up as you tune the inactive
   radio. The band map call is also loaded into the ALT-D buffer (dupe
   check on inactive radio). The band map call is automatically filled
   in for you when doing ALT-D. You can overwrite it by typing a new
   call. AUTO S&P ENABLE SENSITIVITY effects the tuning sensitivity
   in the band map for the inactive radio. Setting this value to 100
   really improves operation. I am working on fixing the program
   so tuning the inactive radio works like the active radio.

 - Added TUNE ALT-D ENABLE option to the CTRL-J menu and
   LOGCFG.DAT. When in CQ mode on the active radio the band map call
   of the inactive radio is automatically entered to be ready to work
   on the inactive radio with the space bar (if not a dupe) as you
   tune the inactive radio. The default is FALSE.
   AUTO S&P ENABLE SENSITIVITY effects the tuning sensitivity
   in the band map for the inactive radio. Setting this value to 100
   really improves operation. I am working on fixing the program
   so tuning the inactive radio works like the active radio.

 - Super Check Partial is active when using ALT-D (if SCP is enabled).

 - ALT-D messaging has been improved to try and keep the operator
   informed of the state of SO2R condtions. The function has remained
   the same, but the messaging is more thorough.

 - Added a frequency display for the second radio. The frequency
   of the active radio is highlighted, while the frequency of the
   inactive radio is dimmed.

 - Added color selection for the radio name window when each radio
   backward compatibility the original RADIO WINDOW COLOR and
   BACKGROUND will set both radio one and radio two colors. Remember
   these statements need to come before the "DISPLAY MODE =" statement
   in LOGCFG.DAT to have an effect.

 - Fixed a shift key tuning bug when K2 radio was defined.

 - Michigan QSO Party support improved. RST is no longer included in
   the log. A QTH is required as part of the exchange even for DX
   stations sending "DX". "DX" will be shown incorrectly as a mult
   on TRLog. Cabrillo generation fixed per K8CC.

 - POST Cabrillo generator will correctly generate M/2 entries for

 - Fix scoring for CQ VHF contest. Now only 6m and 2m count.

Version 6.72 - released 25 December 2002

 - Updated ALT-P message entry to recognize hex codes entered between
   < and >. Now for example <03>EXCHANGERADIOS<04> will be interpreted
   correctly when entered using the ALT-P menu. You can still enter
   control characters directly when preceded by CTRL-P as before.

 - Fixed flashing frequency display when using the footswitch input
   for PTT introduced with fast frequency polling.

 - ARRL RTTY Roundup now uses the correct domestic multiplier file
   which includes DC.

 - Added support for six digit Japanese prefectures as multipliers.
   Digits are now recognizable as multipliers in domestic multiplier
   files. A new exchange type is RSTLongJAPrefectureExchange. A new
   contest template has been added "JA LONG PREFECT" as listed in
   FCONTEST.PAS. WARNING: Large domestic multiplier files demand a
   great deal of memory.

 - Fixed SCP reaction time bug introduced with fast frequency polling.

 - Added support for the following extended ASCII characters:
   A-umlaut, A-ring, and O-umlaut. They will be recognized in the
   exchange window only and can be sent as CW in messages and from
   the keyboard.

 - The CW speed increment used for PGUP/PGDN is customizable between
   1 and. 10 WPM. Use CTRL-J or LOGCFG.DAT command CW SPEED INCREMENT.

 - Summary file generation now follows the naming convention for
   multiple logs in a directory. The standard name is SUMMARY.DAT,
   will be have SUM suffix if a log other than LOG.DAT is selected.

 - Fixed Auto CQ DVK message not being repeated. There is no way to
   detect the end of a DVK message. The timing for DVK messages is
   measured from beginning to beginning again. DVP still works like
   CW messages.

 - Added POLL RADIO ONE and POLL RADIO TWO options to the CTRL-J
   and LOGCFG.DAT. This was requested to allow for radios which
   were not polled properly to be connected to allow commands to
   be passed to them. The default is TRUE which is how TRLog
   works normally.

 - Because of some difficulties mislogging band mapped CQ
   frequency markers they are no longer popped into the logging
   window as you tune by them in S&P mode.

 - TRLog no longer sends any filter information to Icom radios when
   setting the frequency and mode, except for IC-765. This radio has
   the narrow filter selected when in CW mode. This takes care of the
   "Hey, my filter setting changed" problems while addressing the
   needs of the IC-765 users.

 - Added '*' as a character to insert in a CW or RTTY message.
   This will act just like the '@' (insert the call from the call
   window) character unless an Alt-D call (dupe check and work
   call on inactive radio) is available. Then that call will be used
   first. This is to allow a user to program a CW message for the
   second radio when you have to be on the first radio rather than
   following the Alt-D SO2R protocol.

 - Added PACKET SPOT PREFIX ONLY option to the CTRL-J menu and
   LOGCFG.DAT. TRLog leads the charge with the option to limit
   packet spot calls to only the prefix. The default is FALSE.

 - Added Icom hand shaking for "good" response from rig. For each
   command sent. IcomCommandPause is now irrelavent.
   IcomResponseTimeOut default is back to 300ms. Flush
   RadioControlPort prior to sending new commands to be ready for
   acknowledgement. More robust frequency and mode checking too.
   Four byte frequency data is now only supported for IC735.

 - A warning message is displayed if (some) communication problems
   are detected with interfaced radios.

 - Fixed "ALT-R" bug introduced in version 6.71.

 - Added AUTO S&P ENABLE SENSITIVITY option to the CTRL-J menu and
   LOGCFG.DAT. The range is 10 Hz/sec to 10000 Hz/sec. The default
   is 1000 Hz/sec which is the same as previous versions.

 - Fixed AUTO S&P ENABLE sensitivity too high in version 6.71b.
   See above.

Version 6.71b - released 1 November 2002

 - Fixed AUTO SAP ENABLE not working in version 6.71.

 - Fixed Auto CQ DVP and DVK messages not stopping immediately when
   ESC or a letter is entered broken in version 6.71.

Version 6.71a - released 31 October 2002

 - Fixed Auto CQ not being able to escape out broken in version 6.71.

Version 6.71 - released 30 october 2002

 - Fixed Cabrillo generator for CQWW M/2. It now adds transmitter field.

 - Fixed AutoCQ for DVP and DVK so it times the listening time rather
   than the time from the start of the message. I also reversed the
   PageUp and PageDown action so PageUp lengthens listening time and
   PageDown shortens it. I was forever mixing that up.

 - Added two more DVK pins to the parallel port, pins 7 and 8. They are
   activated by messages DVK5 and DVK6 respectively.

 - Fixed DVKDelay and some other SO2R DVK related issues.

 - Added PACKET SPOT COMMENT to CTRL-J and LOGCFG.DAT options. This is a
   15 character value you can specify which will be sent in the comment
   field of a sent packet spot.

 - Cabrillo title fixed for OCEANIA-DX contest.

 - Control-V (read in a config file) improved. Will warn if file was not
   found. The EX or CQ menu will also be immediately updated on screen.

 - Salmon Run contest setup does not ask if you are in Washington twice
   anymore. MULT BY MODE = FALSE is now the default per new rules.
   A summary sheet is now supported. There was another QSO party which
   asked for the state twice. That is also fixed.

 - Added check for Multi-Two to NAQP cabrillo generator.

 - Changed VHF designators in Cabrillo generator to new values per Trey.

 - Added support for new WB0X SO2R and ZS4TX Super Combo Keyer II
   Stereo/Mono input. The state of either pin 5 or pin 9 of a parallel
   port may be toggled using STEREO PIN HIGH = TRUE or FALSE (default)
   in LOGCFG.DAT or the CTRL-J menu as well as the function key command
   PIN = 5/9 in LOGCFG.DAT to set the parallel port and pin to use. If
   you use pin 5 then you cannot use the same port for DVK control. If
   you use pin 9 then you cannot use the same port for band output. You
   can probably think of other uses for this function!

 - B VFO mode now set correctly on Kenwoods for split mode.

 - Fixed IARU initial exchange bug...again!

 - Fixed bug where CTRL-A in a programmed message did not adapt to mode of
   inactive radio when operating SO2R on different modes (ie. IARU,
   ARRL 10m)

 - Added Yaesu rotator command function. Use ROTATOR TYPE = YAESU in

 - Changed band map edit help string.

 - Added ExchangeRadios message command. The purpose is to make it easy
   to find a new run freq on the second radio (presumably not on the best
   antenna system) and swap it to the primary antenna setup. This feature
   does not yet support split mode nor the setting of VFO B (Only VFO A
   data is exchanged). How to enter program a message command it outlined
   in section 5.2 of the manual (page 40 of the version 6.63 manual).

 - Updated YO DX contest rules. Significant changes from previous rules.

 - Added TR RESCORE command line option. This is the solution to those
   contests which are hard to mult check. It can also be used to simply
   rescore a contest instead of TR READ. Like the POST multiplier check
   option TR RESCORE will save the current log file to PLOGxxx.BAK and
   use that to rerun the contest and create a new log file. CW SPEED is
   set to 99, CW TONE is set to zero, and AUTO DUPE ENABLEs are set to
   false. A current hazard is that if you hit a key while the program
   is running it will stop! Exit the program as you normally would when
   the log is done being read in. You can now continue with POST.

 - Upgraded the radio interface section to speed up radio frequency
   tracking. In particular (at least with Kenwoods) you will see a much
   snappier response displaying the frequency after spinning the dial.

 - Added FREQUENCY POLL RATE option to the CTRL-J menu and LOGCFG.DAT.
   The range is 10 to 1000 in milliseconds. I recommend running at 100ms.
   It really boosts the response time as you tune. 100ms is the default,
   and is quite reasonable polling at 10 times a second!

 - Fixed NONSSB or NONCW contacts from locking TRLog if they scrolled
   off the top of the editable window.

Version 6.70 - released 10 July 2002

 - Have FISTS Sprint now logging properly. Multiplier counting does not
   work. The score will only show QSO points with no mults counted.
   Exchange checking needs improvement. I hope to refine this more for
   the Fall sprint.

 - Fixed changing band map decay time from within TR from causing band
   map to appear not to be decaying. Changing the decay time from the
   CTRL-J menu now resets all band map entries to BAND MAP DECAY TIME.
   This value is also now saved in BANDMAP.BIN so if you restart TR the
   decay times will be compatible.

 - Added a LOGCFG option to allow for a single keystroke to overwrite
   a custom initial exchange called INITIAL EXCHANGE OVERWRITE. The
   default is FALSE to maintain backward compatibility.

 - Fixed some 15m spots below 21.200MHz showing as phone mode spots.

 - Added support for new WAE multipliers for European stations.
   (Still need to update cabrillo generator for new entry categories)

Free Version 1.06 - released 29 June 2002
Version 6.69 - released 29 June 2002

 - Support for WRTC 2002 added to free version

 - Band map attempts to maintain some consitency across the network. As
   contacts pass into the editable window from the network the band map
   is updated with dupe info.

 - Fixed band map getting out of synch with radio when using "home" or
   "end" cursor keys during band map edit.

 - LASTCQFREQ command now clears call window.

 - Fixed mode being properly detected for CW reverse and RTTY reverse for
   ICOM radios.

 - TR will ask for Class and Section for Field Day setup. (Added to free
   version 1.04 based on TR version 6.68)

Version 6.68 - released 12 June 2002

 - Added support for ARRL Field Day 2002 rules allowing Region 2
   participation. Now exchange can be class and/or QTH for DX.
   Nothing else has changed in how TR handles DX stations. Scoring
   will remain incorrect as it always has been.

 - Fixed multi info display overwriting band map info.

 - Added support for WRTC 2002. New contest type is "WRTC 2002". All
   scoring is supported including /MM and /AM as 2 points no mult.

 - Upgraded support for IARU contest as described below.

 - If using WYSIWYGDomestic as the domestic multiplier you can also
   specify a domestic multiplier file to provide a list of needed mults,
   but still enter any characters sent as an exchange. This works
   particularly well for the IARU Championship where you have a partial
   list of HQ stations you want to keep track of, but need to be able to
   work an HQ station sending an unexpected designator. ALT-G will toggle
   through the multiplier displays. This in now the default setting for
   the IARU Championship with IARUHQ.DOM set as the domestic multiplier
   file. This file with many known and recently active designators is

 - Fixed bug where repeatedly hitting down arrow in CQ mode with nothing
   in the call window would cause strange things to happen.

 - Fixed last CQ frequency not being set when calling CQ by the enter key
   and an empty call window. This was not working even though it showed
   up in the band map.

 - Auto CQ frequency will now show up in the band map and be saved for
   the last CQ funtion.

 - Last CQ frequency and mode are now saved in RESTART.BIN. Older files
   will no longer function and will be ignored.

 - LASTCQFREQ command now switches the program to CQ mode when used.

 - The band map now functions quite well with no radio connected. The
   band map mode now tracks with the logging mode when no radio is
   connected. The band map used to always show CW mode when no radio was

 - When loading the band map from the call window without a radio connected
   you no longer have to manually erase the call from the window to load
   another.  It now works just like when a call is put in the call window
   while tuning S&P with the band map enabled. Typing any character other
   than "enter" will replace the old call with the character typed. (This
   is much harder to describe than it is to just try and see what I mean).
   It saves one keystroke and was really added to help out the WRTC 2002

 - When asked to enter a frequency with no radio connected with the band map
   enabled you no longer need to enter MHz. It now works just like entering
   a frequency in the call window when controlling the radio. Example: When
   logging 20m entering either "230" or "14230" will load the band map with
   someone getting QRM'd by SSTV =;)

 - The band map cursor and display will follow the frequency of spots
   as you enter them with no interfaced radio as well as the transmit
   frequency entered with ALT-N.

 - NEXTBANDMAP type commands now switch the program to S&P mode when used.

 - Fixed NEXTBANDMAP type commands not putting call in call window when
   something was in the window already.

 - Fixed band map not properly accepting or displaying VHF entries entered
   from within TR.

 - Added NEXTMULTBANDMAP function key command. Cycles through the mutliplier
   entries of current band and mode in the band map.

 - Added NEXTMULTDISPLAYEDBANDMAP function key command. Cycles through the
   mutliplier entries of the displayed band map.


 - A connected radio will now return to simplex if a non split frequency is
   entered in the call window.

 - INSTALL.EXE will now copy FCONTEST.PAS to the install directory.

 - Fixed IARU initial exchange bug.

Version 6.67 - released on 10 May 2002 quickly for FIST Sprint!

 - Fixed band map range display when not showing WARC bands.

 - Added indicator to band map for dupes on/off.

 - Fixed name truncated in FISTS Sprint.

 - Fixed Cabrillo generator for New England QSO Party.

Version 6.65a - released on 28 April 2002

 - Fixed delay for SBDVP messages being recorded or sent. Version 1.02 of
   SBDVP now uses a unique identifier rather than the same on that K1EA DVP
   used. This allows me to steer around the code added just after 6.63 which
   broke SBDVP. You need to get the latest version from Kevin Schmidt, W9CF
   at http://fermi.la.asu.edu/w9cf/sbdvp/src/sbdvp102.zip

 - Put the DVPActive check back in for K1EA DVP.

 - Included the New England QSO Party DOM files this time =:-)

Version 6.65 - released on 26 April 2002

 - Added support for New England QSO Party

 - Temporarily removed check for DVPActive pending an update of SBDVP
   from W9CF. This check broke SBDVP and helped K1EA DVP.

 - Band map fixes
     Fixed random garbage from showing up when tuned out of band.
     When band map now tracks the same while tuning as when moving the cursor.
       The display will shift as the cursor (highlight) leaves the column
       before either end rather than AT the end.
     WARC bands now display properly (but after the 'contest' HF bands).
     Fixed calls with slashes not having dupe state set correctly.
     Fixed Home and End keys when editting large band maps.

 - Band map improvements
     Added LOGCFG command CALL WINDOW SHOW ALL SPOTS. The default is false.
       When true in S&P mode all spots will show up in the call window
       as you tune by even if they are not being displayed in the band map.
     Added CTRL-Delete keystroke to delete current (highlighted) entry in
       the band map from the logging window.
     Added CTRL-Insert "placeholder" keystroke. This will insert an entry
       in the band map with a unique 'call'. This is useful when S&P and
       you think the station is a new one, but the timing is wrong to call.
       With one keystroke you can mark the frequency and move on. The format
       of the 'call' is NEWmmss, where mm is the minute and ss is the second
       in the hour the frequency is marked.
     Changed the BAND MAP DECAY value to be any value up to 32767 minutes!!
       That should satisfy even the most stale spotster =:-)
     When editting the band map the cursor is now placed at the current
       frequency if displayed.

Version 6.64 - released 07-April-2002 - major bandmap overhaul.

 - Major band map fixes.
     Fixed no dupe display. No more squirrelly behavior.
     Fixed cursor navigation for all supported display options.
     Fixed Esc putting band map entry into call window when exiting map.
     Fixed a multiplier band map entry not becoming a dupe when worked.
     Fixed Alt-Y (delete log entry) so band map properly reflects the change.
     Fixed radio coming out of split mode when simplex entry.
     Fixed bug in save of QSX frequency. (QSX will be invalid from saved maps)
       Note: Some radios do not support changing mode of B VFO (Kenwoods). As
       a result the VFO mode will not update even though the freq is correct.

 - Major band map improvements.
     Added scrolling support when there are more entries than fit on the
       screen. Both tuning the radio and moving the cursor will cause the
       display to track. This works with the mouse too.
     Added hot key options. When editting the band map via CTRL-END hitting
       "D" or mouse button 2 will toggle dupe/no dupe display mode.
       "M" will toggle current mode/all mode display mode.
       "B" will toggle current band/all band display mode.
     Band map display now pays attention to VHFBandsEnabled and
       WARCBandsEnabled. (HF bands are always enabled).
     Added LOGCFG command BAND MAP SPLIT MODE. Choices are BY CUTOFF FREQ and
       AWAYS PHONE. Default is BY CUTOFF FREQ. This is an attempt to properly
       handle the mode of split band map entries. The default allows tailoring
       the ranges using the existing BAND MAP CUTOFF FREQUENCY command.
     Added NEXTDISPLAYEDBANDMAP function key command. NEXTBANDMAP cycles
       through the non-dupe entries of the current band and mode. This function
       cycles through all the displayed non-dupe entries.
     Added NEXTDISPLAYEDBANDMAP footswitch function.

 - Added option to ALT-T. Just hit enter without entering the time and if
   the network is active you will be asked if you want to pass time to other
   computers on the network.

 - After playing a Control-A message on inactive radio with DVP or DVK,
   the active radio was enabled.  This is now fixed so that the inactive
   radio stays enabled.

 - Fixed POST so that if you are trying to edit your TRMASTER file in
   a different directory than the one that the file is located in, the
   program will let you.

Version 6.63a - released on 24 February 2002

 - Really fixed sent exchange in ARRL DX.

Version 6.63 - released on 24 February 2002

 - When using the @ character in the middle of a QSO, and if you have
   CALLSIGN UPDATE ENABLE = TRUE, the program will look for an updated
   call in the exchange window and send that instead of the call window
   contents.  This feature will now update the CALLSIGN I CAME BACK TO
   value - so the callsign won't be automatically sent with the QSL

 - Alt-D was not putting the proper multiplier status up in the bandmap
   for some stations.  This has been fixed.

 - Improved Cabrillo operation for the ARRL DX contest for stations
   who have an ARRL Section different than their state/province.

 - Added some more Icom Radios.  Here is a complete list now:

   IC706, IC706II, IC706IIG, IC707, IC725, IC726, IC728, IC729, IC735,
   IC736, IC737, IC738, IC746, IC746PRO, IC756, IC756PRO, IC756PROII,
   IC761, IC765, IC775, IC781.

 - Added K2 as a radio type.  There isn't any new functionality here
   yet (still works like a Kenwood), but it sets up the program to
   take advantage of some of the K2 specific commands in the future.

 - Added ARRL RTTY ROUNDUP to startup menu.  Added Cabrillo support for
   it as well.  Removed zone multipliers.

Version 6.62 - released 1 January 2002.

 - Fixed Cabrillo for the Stew Perry contest.

 - Improved startup of Stew to ask for Grid Square.

 - Added IC706 and IC746.

Version 6.61 - released on 28 December 2001.

 - Fixed ARRL10 meter Cabrillo so ARRL Section not automatically used
   as sent exchange.

 - Fixed possible hang if putting entry into bandmap that isn't on
   a frequency in an amateur band.  The program would hang with no
   error message.

 - Fixed band map entries not consistently making it into the call
   window when S&P.

   AND FISTS NUMBER OR POWER.  Added FISTS contest.  One exception made
   is that DX mults are not counted again on different bands.  TR has
   no way to treat domestic and DX mults differently.  Since the mult
   status isn't communicated with the Cabrillo output - I assume the
   sponsors will correctly determine your multiplier totals and
   calculate the correct score.  However, there is too much information
   being exchanged in this contest and TR can't display it all.  Will
   work on a solution for the next release.

 - Allowed display of QSO status on other bands, even if MULTIPLE BANDS
   = FALSE when doing multi.

 - Fixed up the NRAU contest to use updated NRAU.DOM file.  Changed name
   of the contest to NRAU Baltic (Thanks SM3CER and ES5QX).

 - Added post support for Baltic contest.

 - Fixed FQP problems: Manatee mult, mult by mode (thanks N2CU).

 - Added BAND MAP DISPLAY CQ (Control-J, True).  When false, CQ entries
   will not appear in the band map.

 - Fixed QSO points for non W/VE, but ARRL sections when working DX in
   the ARRL 160 contest.

 - Changed Minnesota QSO Party to use Name and QTH exchange.

 - Fixed contest name for ARRL September VHF contest.

 - Added Cabrillo WPX style support for AP Sprint and SAC contests.

 - Updated domestic file for YO DX (thanks SM3CER).

 - Changed name of the VK ZL Oceania contest to Oceania Contest.
   Added Cabrillo support using the WPX format.

 - Attempted to Icom type radios to same filter bandwidth as they
   were already in.  Please let me know how this is working and
   what rought edges remain.

 - Created the following radio IDs: IC707, IC725, IC726, IC728,
   IC729, IC735, IC736, IC737, IC738, IC761, IC765, IC775, IC781.
   The receiver addresses are properly initialized for these, so
   you don't have to set them anymore.  However, the radio ID
   commands still work in case you have changed them from the
   default - or need to support a radio not listed.

 - Made LookForOnDeckCall (in LogWind) handle / in first character.

 - Made \ commands only work when in call window (even though there
   aren't any currently enabled).

 - Added UNLIMITED category to Cabrillo routine for the SS.

 - Fixed Nu entry in P14.DOM file (which isn't actually used in any
   pre-programmed contest).

 - Added S50P14DC.DOM and used it for the ARRL 10 meter contest.

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