[WriteLog] FW: Ability to QSL numbers given to you by other stn
g3sjj at btinternet.com
Tue Feb 17 20:30:49 EST 2004
All very weird. I just move my right hand about 10cm to the right and send
dididadadidi on the keyer. Dead simple. Chris G3SJJ
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[mailto:writelog-bounces at contesting.com]On Behalf Of Jerry Flanders
Sent: 17 February 2004 20:23
To: Nick Kail; writelog at contesting.com
Subject: Re: [WriteLog] FW: Ability to QSL numbers given to you by other
At 19:50 2/17/04, Nick Kail wrote:
>If I do not get the number first time around I always use the NR? NR? AGN.
If I counted right, that message will take 15 chars to transmit (each ?
takes 3). I just send NR NR NR NR NR (14 chars). He/she always seems to
know what I want. The additional shifts caused by the "?" just slows things
down (and may even cause more confusion if one of the shift characters gets
> Apart from WL 10.45 putting RTTY on the section of the cabrillo file did
>anyone else find any problems??
I just got an acceptance a few minutes ago using 10.45m (and removing the
I had MANY Rttyrite crashes (maybe 1/hr) when I was using the MMTTY plug-in
and one clone window with a dumb terminal while simultaneously running a
stand-alone copy of MMTTY on a second sound card. Required re-starting only
the Rttyrite window, which went pretty quickly, but still a nuisance.
Finally completely solved the problem by switching to Wayne's little
"Writelog RTTY Receiver" (with the clone Rttyrite dumb terminal and the
standalone MMTTY still running FB).
If I shout, maybe Wayne will hear me:
IF WAYNE'S "RTTY receiver" COULD DISPLAY A WATERFALL I WOULD PREFER IT TO
THE MMTTY PLUGIN. COMBINED WITH THE WIDE-BAND DECODE, WAYNE'S DECODER IS
AND IF Rttyrite COULD DISPLAY THE OTHER SHIFT SOMEHOW I WOULDN'T NEED THE
STANDALONE MMTTY. Please don't tell me about how to transfer the shifted
text into the entry panel - I have to see it first to know what part to
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