locked Re: JT alert and QRZ Logbook

Michael Ernst


I am not sure if the API key changes when you renew. You should check it to name sure. You can find it by going to qrz.com. then open your logbook. On the right side about a third of the way down select settings. Your key Erik be on ether look left side in a box about middkev of the screen. Make sure it matches in your software.

Mike, AE8U

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-------- Original message --------
From: Ken Desjardins <zk5@...>
Date: 12/30/19 05:49 (GMT-05:00)
To: Support@HamApps.groups.io
Subject: Re: [HamApps] JT alert and QRZ Logbook

Yes it did, that's kind of when it started.  I haven't been on the air in a while and when I came back I noticed my QRZ subscription had expired. So I renewed my subscription, updated WSJTX and JTAlert all at the same time. So I'm not sure if it's an issue with my API key with QRZ or glitch in the JTAlert update.  I emailed QRZ support and they said my subscription and API key is fine. So that's what brought me here. 

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