[TRLog] /MM stations?
Bob Wolbert, K6XX
k6xx at ihwy.com
Tue Dec 16 07:06:29 EST 2003
You'll find that Rhode Island is listed as "R" in the .DOM file. Thus,
anything starting with R will be credited as RI.
THIS particular issue is easily changed by editing the ASCII file so that RI
is RI or RH (why RH? That's what is used in the DOM file for other
By making this change, the program SHOULD accept R1 and R2, etc., as
separate DX mults.
No, I haven't tried it. I wasn't lucky enough to have this problem last
73 de Bob, K6XX
> -----Original Message-----
> From: trlog-bounces at contesting.com
> [mailto:trlog-bounces at contesting.com]On Behalf Of Mike Heideman
> Sent: Tuesday, December 16, 2003 1:28 AM
> To: trlog at contesting.com
> Subject: Re: [TRLog] /MM stations?
> >>I worked N2NL/MM, but the program (6.79) wouldn't accept either "R2" or
> >>"MM2" as the exchange. I just entered "2" and edited the Cabrillo file
> >>manually before submitting to ARRL.
> >Great solution Doug. For reasons I almost don't remember any more, this
> >special case is a really difficuly problem for TR. I know I have tried
> >to find an easy way to work around it several times, and have ended up
> >being defeated.
> In a panic I changed the callsign to N2NL/MM2 which caused TR to
> accept R2,
> but log it as RI. I hadn't worked a Rhode Island so this also
> ended up as
> my first RI station. After correcting both the callsign and R2 after the
> contest I ran POST, ignoring the complaint about R2 during the multiplier
> check. What I didn't realize until later is that we were never credited
> with RI. So I found the first CW contact with RI, edited in the
> new mult,
> and reran the multiplier check in POST. It complained that RI
> had already
> been worked. Apparently R2 is interpreted as RI.
> So if you worked your first RI after working N2NL/MM then you may not be
> credited for the RI multiplier in your claimed score. If you see
> this come
> up in your multiplier check after editing in R2 then don't correct the
> duplicate RI mult.
> -Mike, N7MH
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