locked Re: Finding Partial Contact JTAlert / WSJT-X
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You have to look in ALL.TXT -- same directory...from a cmd prompt.
For example to find your QSO with CT3HF...
find "K3RLW" all.txt | find "CT3HF"
On Tuesday, January 14, 2020, 10:42:45 PM CST, Bob Willey <bobwilley@...> wrote:
That was helpful, but it seems to only show completed one line per QSO transactions.
No the actual back and forth, is it failed for instance.
Here is a snippet around the time I am looking for as an example of what is in the log:
2019-11-14,18:43:00,2019-11-14,18:44:00,CT3HF,IM12,14.075907,FT8,-11,-10,,FT8 Sent: -11 Rcvd: -10,
2019-11-14,19:16:45,2019-11-14,19:17:45,KS4OT,EM83,14.075821,FT8,-08,-04,,FT8 Sent: -08 Rcvd: -04,
2019-11-14,19:42:00,2019-11-14,19:44:00,N5XXZ,EM45,14.074957,FT8,-01,+04,,FT8 Sent: -01 Rcvd: +04,
2019-11-14,20:15:30,2019-11-14,20:16:30,V31MA,,18.100264,FT8,+05,+05,,FT8 Sent: +05 Rcvd: +05,
2019-11-14,20:20:00,2019-11-14,20:21:00,W7QDM,DN43,18.101891,FT8,-07,-08,,FT8 Sent: -07 Rcvd: -08,
2019-11-14,20:23:00,2019-11-14,20:24:00,N0GTO,,18.101497,FT8,-09,-15,,FT8 Sent: -09 Rcvd: -15,
This is the idea, but the log file I had seen before when someone questioned a QSO had multiple lines showing the whole interaction. They had walked me thru it, but it was in JTAlert Messaging, and it doesn't go back, it gets purged apparently.
Is there another detailed log?
On Tue, Jan 14, 2020 at 9:54 PM Marion D. Kitchens <k4gok@...> wrote: