user definable digital modes added (in Preferences -> Modes tab)
program shows new QSOs confirmed by LoTW after import
SQL console added (with export to CSV and HMTL), now you can do with QSOs whatever you want
callsign attachments - you can add almost everything corrensponding to the call in log to a directory named by call and show it from logging program. You can display any picture, text or even PDF file related to the callsign
QSL attachments - an image of the QSL card can be added and displayed
QSL sent and QSL received date added
33CM band support added
time checking function for ADIF tags <TIME_ON> <TIME_OFF> fixed
loading StopBits and Databits parameters didn't work - fixed
+ propagation indices added
+ user definable digital modes added (in Preferences -> Modes tab)
+ program shows new QSOs confirmed by LoTW after import
+ SQL console added (with export to CSV and HMTL), now you can do with QSOs whatever you want
- time checking function for ADIF tags fixed
- loading StopBits and Databits parameters didn't work - fixed
Contest is over, you made a lot of nice QSOs which are exported in ADIF file. New QSOs should be imported to your station log, checked if you need QSL card and labels printed. How to do this in CQRLOG for Linux?
I tried to put tlf into the game and I would like to use my WinKeyer USB for CW keying. There is daemon written in Perl from PA0R but it is designed for serial version of this key. Serial version has different initialization sequences. I tried to modify this daemon for USB version but with no luck. So I decided to write my own.
Many years ago I wanted to test RTTY and the new digital modes. Not too seriously, with a simple interface in KISS (Keep It Simple Stupid) style. There is nothing to improve, except my awful PCB design matched to the box I discovered in my junk store.