Gerald Wilson gtwilson at k7vit.com
Thu Sep 10 20:43:32 PDT 2009

Hi Allen K3GWR,

I have not used this feature, but I have a little issue I've been wrestling 
with.   In searching out an answer for my issue, I ran across your solution 
I think.  I hope so, although as they say, "Your mileage may vary."

Check out the "INI File Options" in the "Help Files."   Click on 
"WriteLog.INI [Ports]."   About 1/3 of the way down you will see a 
description about how to set the "Comm1Offset."  This is an expression in 
the INI file which specifies the offset for each band.  Several of the HF 
bands will be offset by 0 (zero).  Note that after you set this INI file 
option, you must enter the frequency into the callsign entry field in the 
log the first time to make it work (start it fully functioning).

Again, not having used this, I cannot speak further.   Since I did not see 
an answer posted for you and others to see, I thought I'd forward this to 
you to get the ball rolling.  I hope you are successful.


   Jerry    K7VIT

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "ALLEN J. ZIMMERMAN" <ajzimm at comcast.net>
To: <writelog at contesting.com>
Sent: Wednesday, September 09, 2009 13:57

>  I operate Writelog during VHF/UHF contests, and at one time I knew
> the procedure to display the higher frequencies, when we are using
> transverters and and IF rig.  I forgot how to do this, and I looked in
> the help section and manual and can not find out how to set up the log
> to display frequencies such as 1296, etc. when using the 28 Mhz if
> Any help is appreciated
> Al K3WGR
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