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Re: [Tlf-devel] Bandmap.

From: Tomasz Pabich
Subject: Re: [Tlf-devel] Bandmap.
Date: Tue, 11 Aug 2015 08:55:50 +0200

Yes I know that, and I use that, but i mean that functiom should work automaicly (as an option) like in TRlog or N1MM
When you have radio connected via hamlib and looking around on band, when frequency is similiar +/-100Hz ( that allso configurable) the callsign field fills automaticly :)

11 sie 2015 08:49 "Ervin Hegedüs" <address@hidden> napisał(a):
Hi Tomasz,

On Tue, Aug 11, 2015 at 01:52:53AM +0200, Tomasz Pabich wrote:
> Are they some plan to add automtic fill callsign from bandmap in S&P mode
> ?? also autoadding spot to bandmap when you heard somebody and wat to back
> later. Both propositions are timesavers for opertors.

yes, these are implemented.

If you're working in S&P mode, and you hear a station with too
heavy pile up, you can put it to your bandmap with "CTRL+A" (I
think that means "ADD"). These callsigns signed it with a "*"
(asterix) character, then you can see, those are your own spots.

Then you can grab the callsigns from bandmap with "CTRL+G" (what
possible means "GRAB" :)), sequentially. CTRL+G grabs not just
your own spots, it reads all BUT NOT WORKED callsigns. CTRL+G
works circurally, that means if you grab the last callsign from
your visible bandmap, then the next CTRL+G will load the first
callsign again from your visible bandmap.

Worked callsigns seems with lower case form, and they are with
black color.

If you work in non-assisted mode, and you didn't configured
cluster, the own-spot-handling feature is works as well.

Hope this helps to you,

73, Ervin

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