Thank you. That's good news, as usual, from the one and only JTA pro of pros.
I am told by a local op here that, for this CQ WW VHF contest, JTA and/or the DXKeeper log app, are not needed for this particular contest, if one operates in data mode only. Instead, one can just use the built-in WSJT contest log, in WSJT contest mode, with WSJT keeping track of, and providing color coded alerts (hopefully) for new grids. That's good news ... if true.
If that WSJT-only option is used, and since I don't know the logging intricacies, it'd probably be best to first:
~~ If necessary, Copy the WSJT ALL.txt file and store in a safe place.
~~ Delete the old ALL.txt file, and start a new one for use during the contest.
~~ Reset the WSJT cabrillo log (to erase old log entries, if any).
~~ Test everything hours before the contest begins. Of course.
Thanks again for a truly remarkable app ... its varied features never cease to amaze.
C U this weekend on 6m FT8, Laurie : )