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Re: [Tlf-devel] tlf 0.9.30 bug

From: Rein Couperus PA0R
Subject: Re: [Tlf-devel] tlf 0.9.30 bug
Date: Mon, 24 Apr 2006 09:30:39 +0200

Tnx for the report Martin.... also mni tnx for the extended test report
you sent earlier, I am using it as a specification guideline for
Xtlf-1.0.0 which is coming along well... 

I am trying to retain the look and feel of tlf and trlog as much as
possible,and so far I am quite pleased. I use the mouse only to
click/jump to a spot, and all function keys work as usual (except for
F10, which is used by GTK+ to reach the menu).

The cw autostart works without Enter now, but I had to play some tricks
as cwdaemon does not tell me when it is finished (Question to the
experts, where can I check, or get a signal that cwdaemon drops PTT or

The exchange field can now have 2 separate multiplier fields in contest
mode and as many as you like in qso mode, separated by spaces...

I also got rid of the logcfg.dat file, to make it easier to configure
the program (although the config files still exist so you can edit them
off line). 

Log editing is now as comfortable as using gedit...

It is a pleasure to program this, and I hate to drop it for a few days
(have to paint the boat before it gets into the water...). Anyway, have
a look at (of
course the config windows will be shut during operation, you only need
the main window and the cluster...)

...and have some patience, I hope to release a single user alpha version
for testing before the WPX-CW.


Rein PA0R

On Mon, 2006-04-24 at 01:01 +0200, Martin Kratoska wrote:
> Just finished my OL74CAV operation. TLF behaved nicely, also the 
> 0.9.4beta1 cwdaemon which remained installed to make more thorough tests.
> There is a little issue in the initial exchange processing. In my names 
> file is M0C, Justin (M0C belongs to G4TSH). If entering M0CDN and also 
> OM0CW etc., a name 'Justin' appears. It seems that the routine tracks 
> not the exact match but a substring. It should find a substring - it is 
> OK (M0C/VP9 or PA/M0C should be 'Justin' indeed), but only if a slashed 
> call is entered. If no slash in the call, the exact match would be much 
> better.
> Anyway, initial exchange should allow spaces, it would be possible to 
> enter two words in the master file.
> Again, many thanks to Rein for a nice piece of software. I am curious 
> what news I find in the new version :-)
> 73,
> Martin, OK1RR
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