[WriteLog] Getting error with RTTY
aa5au at bellsouth.net
Mon Jul 20 12:45:39 EDT 2015
I don't know what could have caused these errors, but one way to "start over" on RTTY is to delete the [RTTY] sections in your writelog.ini file and then restart WriteLog. If you tried opening a cloned Rttyrite window, then there may be more than one [RTTY] section in writelog.ini. There may be [RTTY], [RTTY2], etc.
Open writelog.ini in Notepad, find the [RTTY] sections, highlight them and delete them. Then restart WriteLog and start configuring your Rttyrite windows again.
For information on using MMTTY and 2Tone with XMMT.ocx, see this tutorial:
For more information on Cloned Rttyrite windows, check this out:
Something else you can do and this is a bit more radical, is to delete or rename writelog.ini, then restart WriteLog. This creates a new writelog.ini file.
73, Don AA5AU
From: Tom Shelton <gl1800winger at verizon.net>
To: WriteLog at contesting.com
Sent: Monday, July 20, 2015 4:31 AM
Subject: [WriteLog] Getting error with RTTY
In setting up for the NAQP RTTY, I wanted to try to clone a second RTTY
decoder. So, first I got the primary one up using 2-Tone. Then I cloned a
second window with the intent on using MMTTY there. When I did that I got
an error window. When I cleared the error window, it completely shut down
all my RTTY windows. I tried to open a new window for RTTY and I got the
error again. I shut down WL (11.27H) and reopened. Same error window.
After playing around for a bit, trying all kinds of stuff like reloading WL,
checking the ini file, restarting the computer, updating both MMTTY and
2-Tone, and running a registry clean-up, I found the only thing that worked
was running WL as administrator. I never did get the cloned window to work.
Tom Shelton, ND3N
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