[WriteLog] Blacklisting packet spots proved to be helpful

Alan Maenchen ad6e at arrl.net
Tue Feb 24 13:32:47 EST 2015


No, I didn't try that. I've not had this problem before so didn't remember
that trick. Now that you mention it I do remember reading about
Shift+Enter. I'll have to keep that in mind next time. Now that I'm in KH6,
this will obviously happen again... and again.

Actually, I don't mind bogus QSOs in the output log. They won't count in
the log checking, but also no penalty so there's no reason not to include
them. I think I worked about a dozen JAs, a couple of VKs, UA, a VR2, and
one 4J. Having them in the Cabrillo would be a slight advantage since I
send the same Cabrillo log to LoTW.

Thanks & 73, Alan  AD6E / KH6TU

Date: Mon, 23 Feb 2015 13:42:35 -0900
From: "Gary AL9A" <al9a at mtaonline.net>
To: "WriteLog Reflector" <writelog at contesting.com>
Subject: Re: [WriteLog] Blacklisting packet spots proved to be helpful
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I thought a Shift + Enter would over ride anything and force an entry into
the log.  Did you try that one?  BTW, what were the calls that WL wouldn't
let you enter?  If you do get a non-mult entry into the log you can then
right click on that record and from the list select the option to not
include it for scoring purposes.  Then it will not appear in the Cabrillo,
but will appear in the adi file export.

Gary AL9A

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