[WriteLog] WriteLog Digest, Vol 81, Issue 19
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Thu Sep 24 16:08:56 PDT 2009
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> 1. w5xd multikeyer (wa1fcn)
> 2. Re: CW number setup (Gary AL9A)
> 3. Re: w5xd multikeyer (k6ufo at arrl.net)
> Message: 1
> Date: Thu, 24 Sep 2009 10:06:35 -0500
> From: "wa1fcn" <wa1fcn at charter.net>
> Subject: [WriteLog] w5xd multikeyer
> To: <WriteLog at contesting.com>
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> i believe my remote speed control for k5dj multikeyer has gone bad. I
> am no longer able to slow cw speed down. I have very fast to extremely
> i can not set it to a useable speed. alt f9 sometimes will slow it down
> but on its own in very short time it reverts back to very fast speed.
> Any one else have experience like this? Anyone know a way to use keyer
> without remote speed control? thanks in advance to anyone with
> 73 Bob WA1FCN
> Message: 2
> Date: Thu, 24 Sep 2009 07:25:05 -0800
> From: "Gary AL9A" <al9a at mtaonline.net>
> Subject: Re: [WriteLog] CW number setup
> To: "Writelog Reflector" <writelog at contesting.com>
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> The [Cut-Numbers] section can appear anywhere in the ini file. Mine is
> after the [Configuration] section. All the ini commands, their syntax and
> short description are in the Help manual.
> Gary AL9A
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Jerry Flanders" <jeflanders at comcast.net>
> To: "Edward Taylor" <Phinehas at columbus.rr.com>
> Cc: <writelog at contesting.com>
> Sent: September 23, 2009 8:16 AM
> Subject: Re: [WriteLog] CW number setup
> > The writelog.ini file REALLY needs to come with ALL options already
> > listed (and with those not wanted in the standard installation
> > commented out). If they were there, it would be pretty easy for a guy
> > to change the comment status to enable them. Otherwise, he often has
> > to guess about proper format and make repeated attempts to discover
> > how to make it work. Don't ask how I discovered this wisdom.
> > Ed, search the help files - you might possibly discover the exact
> > format for this command. I am not sure if order is important in the
> > ini file - probably not. I am not sure if a [cut-number] header is
> > important either. Just do what the rest of us do - guess and try.
> > Jerry W4UK
> > At 07:46 AM 9/23/2009, you wrote:
> >>Hello to all,
> >>I sent a email about a week ago asking about the CW display. Gary,
> >>AL9A, was kind enough to provide an answer. Thanks Gary!
> >>My new problem is this: when I set up the CW/RTTY/SSB Memory Setup
> >>window, I type in %3 so that my sequence will be sent in a three
> >>digit format. The instructions in the WriteLog Manuals say that "T"
> >>will be sent for "0" (zero). However, my program sends "0" NOT
> >>"T" This makes a big difference in CW contesting.
> >>The manual states that "if the mode is CW, the digits are translated
> >>to letters according to the [Cut-Numbers] section in
> >>WRITELOG.INI." When I go to the [Cut-Number] instructions of the
> >>manual, it shows a table that says that 0 will be sent as 0 if "you
> >>don't set up this section." The manual states that the WriteLog.ini
> >>file is in ASCII and is "directly editable."
> >>I have not been able to discover how to set up the [Cut-Number]
> >>section of the WriteLog.ini file to send T for zero. I haven't even
> >>been able to find the [Cut-Number] section in the .ini file.
> >>Help? Anyone!
> >>Ed WB8TSD
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> Message: 3
> Date: Thu, 24 Sep 2009 09:57:00 -0700 (PDT)
> From: "k6ufo at arrl.net" <k6ufo at arrl.net>
> Subject: Re: [WriteLog] w5xd multikeyer
> To: WriteLog at contesting.com
> Cc: wa1fcn <wa1fcn at charter.net>
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> Bob, It works with the external speed pot unplugged. Use
> the Writelog page-up/page-down commands to change the speed.
> If you need manual control with the computer off, just replace the
> potentiometer, I recall its a 100K linear pot.
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