[WriteLog] RTTY RU problems
Larry L Lindblom
llindblom at juno.com
Tue Jan 6 20:31:02 EST 2004
Seems to me when I was using and early release of version 10 I had to set
the alt-T value for 10 or so seconds to get a 4 second gap between CQs ,
which was the length of the CQ message plus listening time. But a few
releases down the road and alt-& set at 10 produced a 10 second gap
between CQs and I Had to change the alt-T value to the actual time I
wanted to listen between CQs.
73 W0ETC Larry L
''In America, the young are always ready to give to those who are
older than themselves the full benefits of their inexperience.''
- Oscar Wilde
On Tue, 6 Jan 2004 09:48:06 EST K4BEV at aol.com writes:
> In a message dated 1/5/04 7:09:30 PM Central Standard Time,
> aa5au at bellsouth.net writes:
> The problem here is you set the timer too low in the auto-CQ window.
> that the amount of time entered is the time from the beginning of
> one CQ to
> beginning of the next CQ. So try a larger number. I usually use 9
> or 10 if I
> have a short CQ message. ESC should stop the auto-CQ.
> Many have responded directly to me with the same reply; Including
> the part
> about using 9 or 10 for the spacing...
> After I posted this (during the contest) I couldn't get it to screw
> up again.
> i.e. If I pressed a key the CQ would stop.
> I finally (accidently) figured out what I did wrong.
> The cursor HAS to be in the QSO Entry window. If it's not then WL
> seems to
> ignore the keyboard.... Lesson learned.
> Thanks for all of the suggestions and help. This reflector is just
> full of
> really cool folks that cheerfully help their competitors learn this
> FB software
> and improve their scores. My hat would be off to all y'all, if I
> wore a hat.
> BTW - I use 2.2 to 2.6 for spacing on short CQs. Works fine. 9 or 10
> like it would be forever between CQs, but I haven't tried it (yet).
> 73 and thanks again,
> Don - K4BEV
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