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*** Includes Callsign database file version
- Length of time old decoded callsigns will
remain visible when there are no
new incoming decodes is now configurable
from 1 to 10 mode periods.
A setting of 1 period will give a similar
result to previous JTAlert
versions where callsigns are displayed for
one period only.
(Default: 2 periods, Window: Settings,
- JTAlert will detect any changes in Windows
audio output device ordering,
which typically happens when the default
device is changed. JTAlert will
adjust to using any new device id assigned
to your named JTAlert audio device.
There can be up to a 60 sec delay before
device reordering is detected.
Note: any addition or removal of Windows
audio devices while JTAlert is
running is not handled and may break JTAlert
audio, JTAlert will need to
be restarted to account for the changes in
number of Windows output devices.
- JTAlert no longer preemptively clears the
callsigns prior to a new batch of
decodes is received from WSJT-X, instead the
Callsigns are cleared just
prior to a new batch of Callsigns is to be
displayed. If WSJT-X fails to
decode a period or monitoring is turned off,
the last batch of displayed
Callsigns will remain visible, matching the
last batch of decodes
displayed in WSJT-X.
- Cached callsign data (dxcc, zones, state,
etc) now reused across JTAlert
sessions (previously cleared at start of
each session). Callsign data is
auto-cleared after 7 days which will trigger
a new lookup when the call
is next decoded. This will help reduce
alerting delays during the initial
decode periods when JTAlert is first started
on very busy bands.
- Faster display of the decoded Callsigns at
the end of an Rx period.
- "Check QSO Log Record" time setting moved
from the "Performance" section
to the "Logging" section of the Settings
- Band Activity popup window showing an
unwanted taskbar button.
- Decodes database storing decode data from
instance #1 only. (2.15.4 defect)
- Decodes distance column header text showing
"km" instead of "Miles" after
loading a Layout file when the settings
specify miles display.
- Decodes Layout not restored correctly. Note:
The default all columns layout
may be shown when this version is run for
the first time, with future runs
the last used layout will be correctly