[Trlog] Is TR Log being suported???
tod at k0to.us
Mon Jun 28 11:02:40 PDT 2010
Go to http://tr4w.com/ to get started in finding the Windows XP and later
version of TR. TR-Log will run under Windows 98.
The current challenge is to translate the Russian language information that
is associated with the program. Using the Google translate feature reduces
this challenge, but there are some "interesting" results of the Google
choices for individual words and some words simply are beyond the Google
The best approach is to use the TR Manual [.pdf on my web site and also on
the official TR website] AND the translated items. Between the two you will
be able to resolve pretty much everything. If you are familiar with TR using
DOS [or WIN 98] then you can try something in the original program and
compare it with the WINDOWS based code and the Manual discussion of that
I have tried WriteLog and N1MM and found they do not smoothly translate my
TR operating habits/customs to a Windows environment. Any program that runs
under Windows will have some differences from programs that run under DOS. I
feel that TR4W has presented me the least amount of 'new' learning when
starting to use logging programs that operate under a Windows operating
> -----Original Message-----
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> Sent: Monday, June 28, 2010 11:36 AM
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> Subject: [Trlog] Is TR Log being suported???
> I used TR Log long enough a few years ago that I really
> appreciated what the program can do. After a small learning
> curve, I was amazed just how flexible TR Log was. I used a
> different program for Field day and although it worked well,
> it did not have the flexibility of TR Log I went to the TR
> Log site and saw it had not been updated since 2006 and was
> wondering if it is still supported. Also, I had heard of a
> windows based TR Log. Ant thing going with that?
> I have sent several email messages to the email listed from
> the web site and have had no response.
> I would hate such a wonderful package be lost to the world of
> inferior contest programs.
> Glenn WA4AOS
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