Summary: Please add Cabrillo (version 3.0) export
Background: I use Gentoo Linux. Unforutunately, the Gentoo repostories only have CQRLog 2.3.0, and they entirely omit adif2cabrillo. And the alternative - compiling a 5-year-old abandon-ware from source, while bypassing my package-manager's forward-/reverse-dependencies seems like the usual "really bad idea" :-(
Situation: I entered ARRL Field Day, a week ago. CQRLog-2.3.0 works with my TS-850 through hamlib-3.3 (aka rigctld). My remote MySQL database-server works nicely. I created a new database for FD2020.
Results: First, I wondered where I should put the "Class" and "Section" - necessary parts of the exchanges. "Comment to QSO" was my choice. At least the data was captured.
1ST QUESTION: how can I include the Class + Section in the ADIF output??? Does Google correctly tell me that version 2.4.0 includes the ability to specify which fields are included in the ADIF output? Can these fields be (re-)ordered?
So, you guess correctly at this moment, that I have no Class/Section outputted. I found that exporting to .html would allow me to inclued the "Comment to QSO" field, so I exported that too. But unfortunately, the field ordering and formatting was not compatible with web2cabrillo tools I could find... :-( And to perform this manual-entry to the web2cabrillo tools
PLEASE ADD ABILITY TO PRINT! A selection-by-date might be nice, but please let me print someting/anything! I had to open the HTML-exported FD log into a browser then print... I could believe this!
So, yes, I spent 1/2-day tediously cut-paste-checking every single one of my FD entries/fields to the web2cabrillo tool :-O :-(
But CQRLog - please (as a >9yr member of your forum!) I'm really, really asking that you:
PLEASE ADD CABRILLO EXPORT!
Relying on abandoned-ware and providing un-usable ADIF...???
It would also be really, really nice if claimed-scores and other helpful features were present too.
I need therapy now... :-O