[Trlog] Another Alt-D Bug
n2ic at arrl.net
Sun Jan 11 22:02:45 EST 2004
Yes, I also see the "flickering gibberish" in the right hand corner.
A few other problems:
- The display of bandmap calls in the call window as you tune across the
frequency of bandmap call is erratic. Sometimes the calls don't appear in
the call window. I see this most often as I tune up the band. If I change
direction and tune down the band, the calls start to appear again, even when
I start tuning up the band. I had the same problem using 6.79 in CQWW CW
using a different radio.
- Using a TS-950SDX, hitting both of the shift keys to clear the RIT while
transmitting does not work reliably. Hitting either shift key individually
I wonder if I'm hitting the wall with my ancient 25 MHz 486 and the changes
in TRLog ? Never had these problems in 6.69 and earlier (and didn't try
6.70-6.78). (Side note: I love my old 486. It has lots of serial and
parallel ports, is relatively immune to RF, and works great with <= 6.69).
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mark Bailey" <kd4d at comcast.net>
To: <trlog at contesting.com>
Sent: Sunday, January 11, 2004 6:15 PM
Subject: [Trlog] Another Alt-D Bug
> Hello, all:
> During the NAQP, I had problems with the QSO and MULTS needed by band
> displays. Basically, if I did an Alt-D check on a duplicate call, the
> by band entries blanked out (showing I didn't need any mults on any band).
> I also
> noted that there was some "flickering gibberish" in the upper left hand
> corner. This
> lasted until I did an ALT-D dupe check on a non-duplicate call.
> This caused me to not move a couple of mults (LA and AR if I recall
> correctly :-)).
> I rely on the MULTS NEEDED display constantly in a contest like NAQP. Did
> anyone else notice this?
> Mark, KD4D
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