[WriteLog] Two WriteLog Bugs?
Mon, 30 Oct 2000 16:17:38 +0000
I reported the duplicate serial number problem several weeks ago in the RTTY Sprint
when two stations received QSO # 57. At that time no one else indicated they had
experienced the problem, so I assumed it was some kind of operator mistake. Now it
looks like heavier use of WL during CQ WW indicates we all made a similar mistake or
there is a minor glitch in WL that allows this to happen.
Fidel Leon wrote:
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> On 29/10/2000 at 22:00 Carl J. Denbow wrote:
> >bugs: 1. The program sequence number hiccuped when it got to 69 and
> >recorded two different QSOs as "69."
> Errr.... Just two? Hi!
> -I just made 260 QSOs in the CQWW, and I have about three pairs of QSOs
> with the same number, and about six QSOs with a n+1 number (i.e., 69 going
> to 71). No deletions were made...
> -For an unknown reason, WL flagged a QSO with a Bad mark (a OH
> station!)... looks like WL should make a little explanation of why.
> Anyway, recalculating the score worked (at third time!).
> -The band map didn't always work. For clear: sometimes it didn't followed
> the transceiver frequency. I was using a mouse with central wheel in the
> contest (and now, I miss this type of mouse at work hi!).
> -In many ocasions, the Spot Window didn't "follow me" when changing a
> band with "Follow me" selected
> -From time to time, when grabbing a spot, the Super Check Partial flagged
> in red the call, when it wasn't a dupe for the band. It usually happened
> when there was another call in the entry window.
> -In just one ocasion, I couldn't enter a station in the "Search and
> Pounce". Restarting WL did the trick.
> -And, as usual, it's a little painful deleting "band-out-of-test"
> spots... sigh...
> Fidel Leon - EA3GIP
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