locked Re: #HRD #HRD

Rick W7PSK

Have used DXLabs since its inception. Dave has written a fabulous program and it does everything You could ever want and then some.

He has been asked to allow donations many times and has turned them down.   You wont be disappointed.

Scotty W7PSK

On 6/19/2019 1:59 AM, d_ziolkowski wrote:
Try DXLabs. No Donations requested, or accepted.


On Tue, Jun 18, 2019 at 5:02 AM Michel <micheluze@...> wrote:
Hi all,

Stop paying for software that is more concerned with cash flow than updates for subscribers. 
There are free programs that do the same, if not better, for my part I use Log4OM which is no problem, there is everything yours does, the only difference is that it is free, updates are done when needed.

73 michel

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Objet : Re: [HamApps] #HRD
On 18/06/2019 5:00 am, joaquin@... wrote:
Hello problem only with the FT4 mode in hdrlog, registration error, but if you register it as MFSK, emn previous version if you registered without error in FT4 What?

I can't fault FT4 uploads to HRDLog.net, they are working here.

From my tests, HRDLog does not accept the ADIF SUBMODE which needs to be set to "FT4" if you upload the QSO as MODE = "MFSK", HRDLog just ignores the SUBMODE.

How are you uploading to HRDLog.net, is it via JTAlert or are you uploading an ADIF file manually?
JTAlert only uploads to HRDLog.net as MODE=FT4

If you upload as MFSK, when you check the QSO on HRDLog you will note there is no field for SUBMODE only MODE. The MODE field is a dropdown with FT4 as one of the options.


From what I can see, HRDLog only accepts FT4 QSOs when logged with MODE = FT4.

de Laurie VK3AMA

Dan Ziolkowski KC2STA
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