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locked B4 Log Problem

Dan Crooks
 

When I do an ADIF import the program seems to "lose" all previous call signs and does not show any stations as B4. I am importing my adif file from RumLog on my Mac.

The B4 log looks ok so wondering why JT-Alert only shows stations I have worked since the import?


Dan
KJ6RGX


locked Re: [Ham-Apps] JT-Alert window width

Brian D <brian13434@...>
 

"Laurie, VK3AMA" <groups04@vkdxer.com> wrote:

It would make layout of multiple windows more efficient if the
wsjt-x/jt-alert-x combination presented a rectangle of display area rather
than the current irregular shape.
I would prefer it if the rectangle included the JT-Macros window too.

--
Brian G3VGZ


locked Re: [Ham-Apps] JT-Alert window width

Tony Farrow
 

And an interface to my expresso coffee machine too? Sorry I couldn't resist that!

Tony

On Friday, May 10, 2013, ve3odz wrote:
 


Hi Laurie,

Here is a thought...
Make the callsigns roll from left to right. A quick hover over
any callsign would stop the the rolling and will show more info
on that callsign. Same thing when in QSO rolling would stop. You
could also add a sliding bar under the displayed callsigns for those
who don't like the rolling action.
This would be something similar to the stock market exchange style
rolling window.

This would solve the limitation of displayed callsigns and you would
not have to modify by much the size of JT-Alert.

Who knows even bankers would be attracted to this hobby...:-)

73 Thomas VE3ODZ



--
Sent from Gmail Mobile


locked Re: JT-Alert window width

ve3odz
 

Hi Laurie,

Here is a thought...
Make the callsigns roll from left to right. A quick hover over
any callsign would stop the the rolling and will show more info
on that callsign. Same thing when in QSO rolling would stop. You
could also add a sliding bar under the displayed callsigns for those
who don't like the rolling action.
This would be something similar to the stock market exchange style
rolling window.

This would solve the limitation of displayed callsigns and you would
not have to modify by much the size of JT-Alert.

Who knows even bankers would be attracted to this hobby...:-)

73 Thomas VE3ODZ


locked Re: [Ham-Apps] JT-Alert window width

Laurie, VK3AMA <groups04@...>
 

Sam,

A revised layout WILL happen.

I expect to get more requests as people start to run multiple instances of WSJT-X with an associated copy of JT-Alert-X (available in the next release). It would make layout of multiple windows more efficient if the wsjt-x/jt-alert-x combination presented a rectangle of display area rather than the current irregular shape.

de Laurie VK3AMA

On 10/05/2013 9:04 AM, Sam Morgan wrote:
no problem Laurie, I'll deal with it like it is.
since it's not only a mess to implement
but also other users are really against it

just thought I'd ask, in case it was easily doable as well as flexable

GB & Gud DX
Sam K5OAI


locked Re: [Ham-Apps] JT-Alert window width

Sam Morgan
 

no problem Laurie, I'll deal with it like it is.
since it's not only a mess to implement
but also other users are really against it

just thought I'd ask, in case it was easily doable as well as flexable

GB & Gud DX
Sam K5OAI

p.s.
maybe I should use this as an excuse to try out
one of those USB stand alone monitors as another part of my setup :-)

On 5/9/2013 5:53 PM, Laurie, VK3AMA wrote:


Altering the JT-Alert-X window width to match the reduced width of wsjt-x has
several issue that need to be considered.

* To maintain the current or increase the number of callsign display slots
would require the callsigns moving to a 2 line display. (I have already
received request to increase the number of slots beyond the current limit of 9.
* Log fields displayed and dxcc country names would each need to go to 2 lines
as well.
* Either the titlebar menu or band activity display would need to me removed
to an additional area in the gui display area.

The above points, at a minimum, would double the vertical display area of
JT-Alert-X.
Significant recoding would be required further complicated is the need to
accommodate displays with 125% font scaling and adjusting gui control sizes and
placement.

Reducing the width will not free up desktop space as some would hope.

It is unlikely that you will see a revised layout until late in the year.

de Laurie VK3AMA

On 9/05/2013 6:00 AM, Sam Morgan wrote:
Laurie you know you've about got it perfected
when you start getting requests like this one.

The default JT-Alert window width
matches the JT65-HF & JT65-HF Comfort window widths exactly.

However the width of the JT-Alert windows width for JT9-X
extends out beyond the WSJT-X window width.

...and so its far right end, ends up under another window
would it be possible to make the JT-Alert window widths
match the 2 different WSJT and JT65 window widths,
dependent on which one it was working with?

TIA
--

GB & 73
K5OAI
Sam Morgan


locked Re: [Ham-Apps] JT-Alert window width

Laurie, VK3AMA <groups04@...>
 

Altering the JT-Alert-X window width to match the reduced width of wsjt-x has several issue that need to be considered.
  • To maintain the current or increase the number of callsign display slots would require the callsigns moving to a 2 line display. (I have already received request to increase the number of slots beyond the current limit of 9.
  • Log fields displayed and dxcc country names would each need to go to 2 lines as well.
  • Either the titlebar menu or band activity display would need to me removed to an additional area in the gui display area.

The above points, at a minimum, would double the vertical display area of JT-Alert-X.
Significant recoding would be required further complicated is the need to accommodate displays with 125% font scaling and adjusting gui control sizes and placement.

Reducing the width will not free up desktop space as some would hope.

It is unlikely that you will see a revised layout until late in the year.

de Laurie VK3AMA

On 9/05/2013 6:00 AM, Sam Morgan wrote:
Laurie you know you've about got it perfected
when you start getting requests like this one.

The default JT-Alert window width
matches the JT65-HF & JT65-HF Comfort window widths exactly.

However the width of the JT-Alert windows width for JT9-X
extends out beyond the WSJT-X window width.

...and so its far right end, ends up under another window
would it be possible to make the JT-Alert window widths
match the 2 different WSJT and JT65 window widths,
dependent on which one it was working with?

TIA



locked Re: [Ham-Apps] Re: JT-Alert window width

Sam Morgan
 

I changed the number of calls displayed from 8 to 6
and the window width never changes
only the width of the individual station callsign windows changes
so depending on the font size used by the user......

& since this would be a 'drag the window edge' type 'user' option
I don't see where it would hurt those who wanted the
number of callsigns shown to remain as is??


On 5/9/2013 3:45 AM, g4ilo wrote:
I don't see how you could shrink JT-Alert-X without reducing the number of
calls it displays. I'd rather it stays as it is rather than lose information
in order to make it smaller.

Julian, G4ILO

--- In Ham-Apps@yahoogroups.com.au, Sam Morgan <k5oai.sam@...> wrote:

that's great Ed, but what I need is the reverse I need to gain desktop real
estate I need to shrink JT-Alert-X so it will match the minimum width of
the WSJT-X window

With the help of Julian VK4CMV I am now able to run both WSJT-X & JT65-HF
at the same time by using the main and secondary receiver in my K3

this way I can watch both modes, and I can tx on the main for JT65 or tx in
split for JT9

no more deciding which mode I wan to play on for the day


On 5/8/2013 3:46 PM, Ed Wilson wrote:


Sam,

The latest version of WSJT-X can be extended horizontally to match
JT-Alert-X. The same goes for the waterfall, but you will have to play
with the settings to get all 1 KHz to show and when you do, you will have
a black area to the right with no waterfall. I have all three of my
windows aligned in this fashion, but the waterfall only extends to 2 KHz
and the black area I mentioned extends from 2.0 KHz to 2.3 KHz.

Ed, K0KC


--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

*From:* Sam Morgan <k5oai.sam@...>
*To:* Ham-Apps@yahoogroups.com.au *Sent:* Wednesday, May 8, 2013 4:00 PM
*Subject:* [Ham-Apps] JT-Alert window width

Laurie you know you've about got it perfected when you start getting
requests like this one.

The default JT-Alert window width matches the JT65-HF & JT65-HF Comfort
window widths exactly.

However the width of the JT-Alert windows width for JT9-X extends out
beyond the WSJT-X window width.

...and so its far right end, ends up under another window would it be
possible to make the JT-Alert window widths match the 2 different WSJT
and JT65 window widths, dependent on which one it was working with?

TIA
--

GB & 73
K5OAI
Sam Morgan


locked Re: JT-Alert window width

g4ilo
 

I don't see how you could shrink JT-Alert-X without reducing the number of calls it displays. I'd rather it stays as it is rather than lose information in order to make it smaller.

Julian, G4ILO

--- In Ham-Apps@yahoogroups.com.au, Sam Morgan <k5oai.sam@...> wrote:

that's great Ed,
but
what I need is the reverse
I need to gain desktop real estate
I need to shrink JT-Alert-X so it will match
the minimum width of the WSJT-X window

With the help of Julian VK4CMV
I am now able to run both WSJT-X & JT65-HF at the same time
by using the main and secondary receiver in my K3

this way I can watch both modes, and
I can tx on the main for JT65 or
tx in split for JT9

no more deciding which mode I wan to play on for the day


On 5/8/2013 3:46 PM, Ed Wilson wrote:


Sam,

The latest version of WSJT-X can be extended horizontally to match JT-Alert-X.
The same goes for the waterfall, but you will have to play with the settings to
get all 1 KHz to show and when you do, you will have a black area to the right
with no waterfall. I have all three of my windows aligned in this fashion, but
the waterfall only extends to 2 KHz and the black area I mentioned extends from
2.0 KHz to 2.3 KHz.

Ed, K0KC


--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
*From:* Sam Morgan <k5oai.sam@...>
*To:* Ham-Apps@yahoogroups.com.au
*Sent:* Wednesday, May 8, 2013 4:00 PM
*Subject:* [Ham-Apps] JT-Alert window width

Laurie you know you've about got it perfected
when you start getting requests like this one.

The default JT-Alert window width
matches the JT65-HF & JT65-HF Comfort window widths exactly.

However the width of the JT-Alert windows width for JT9-X
extends out beyond the WSJT-X window width.

...and so its far right end, ends up under another window
would it be possible to make the JT-Alert window widths
match the 2 different WSJT and JT65 window widths,
dependent on which one it was working with?

TIA

--

GB & 73
K5OAI
Sam Morgan

--

GB & 73
K5OAI
Sam Morgan


locked Re: [Ham-Apps] JT-Alert window width

Ed Wilson
 

Sam,

Sorry that I misunderstood. My primary reason for wanting WSJT-X to be extendable was to "tidy-up" my desktop.

I have thought about doing something similar to what you have proposed. I have a Flex-5000 with a second receiver and if I create a couple more virtual cables, I can view JT65 and JT9 at the same time. I had not considered "split" operation for transmit, but that might just work. For a number of reasons, I should probable look into a second monitor and video card that supports it or a larger monitor. Money, money, money...

Ed, K0KC


From: Sam Morgan
To: Ham-Apps@...
Sent: Wednesday, May 8, 2013 6:17 PM
Subject: Re: [Ham-Apps] JT-Alert window width

 
that's great Ed,
but
what I need is the reverse
I need to gain desktop real estate
I need to shrink JT-Alert-X so it will match
the minimum width of the WSJT-X window

With the help of Julian VK4CMV
I am now able to run both WSJT-X & JT65-HF at the same time
by using the main and secondary receiver in my K3

this way I can watch both modes, and
I can tx on the main for JT65 or
tx in split for JT9

no more deciding which mode I wan to play on for the day

On 5/8/2013 3:46 PM, Ed Wilson wrote:
>
>
> Sam,
>
> The latest version of WSJT-X can be extended horizontally to match JT-Alert-X.
> The same goes for the waterfall, but you will have to play with the settings to
> get all 1 KHz to show and when you do, you will have a black area to the right
> with no waterfall. I have all three of my windows aligned in this fashion, but
> the waterfall only extends to 2 KHz and the black area I mentioned extends from
> 2.0 KHz to 2.3 KHz.
>
> Ed, K0KC
>
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------
> *From:* Sam Morgan <k5oai.sam@...>
> *To:* Ham-Apps@...
> *Sent:* Wednesday, May 8, 2013 4:00 PM
> *Subject:* [Ham-Apps] JT-Alert window width
>
> Laurie you know you've about got it perfected
> when you start getting requests like this one.
>
> The default JT-Alert window width
> matches the JT65-HF & JT65-HF Comfort window widths exactly.
>
> However the width of the JT-Alert windows width for JT9-X
> extends out beyond the WSJT-X window width.
>
> ...and so its far right end, ends up under another window
> would it be possible to make the JT-Alert window widths
> match the 2 different WSJT and JT65 window widths,
> dependent on which one it was working with?
>
> TIA
>
> --
>
> GB & 73
> K5OAI
> Sam Morgan

--

GB & 73
K5OAI
Sam Morgan



locked Re: [Ham-Apps] JT-Alert window width

Sam Morgan
 

that's great Ed,
but
what I need is the reverse
I need to gain desktop real estate
I need to shrink JT-Alert-X so it will match
the minimum width of the WSJT-X window

With the help of Julian VK4CMV
I am now able to run both WSJT-X & JT65-HF at the same time
by using the main and secondary receiver in my K3

this way I can watch both modes, and
I can tx on the main for JT65 or
tx in split for JT9

no more deciding which mode I wan to play on for the day

On 5/8/2013 3:46 PM, Ed Wilson wrote:


Sam,

The latest version of WSJT-X can be extended horizontally to match JT-Alert-X.
The same goes for the waterfall, but you will have to play with the settings to
get all 1 KHz to show and when you do, you will have a black area to the right
with no waterfall. I have all three of my windows aligned in this fashion, but
the waterfall only extends to 2 KHz and the black area I mentioned extends from
2.0 KHz to 2.3 KHz.

Ed, K0KC


--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
*From:* Sam Morgan <k5oai.sam@gmail.com>
*To:* Ham-Apps@yahoogroups.com.au
*Sent:* Wednesday, May 8, 2013 4:00 PM
*Subject:* [Ham-Apps] JT-Alert window width

Laurie you know you've about got it perfected
when you start getting requests like this one.

The default JT-Alert window width
matches the JT65-HF & JT65-HF Comfort window widths exactly.

However the width of the JT-Alert windows width for JT9-X
extends out beyond the WSJT-X window width.

...and so its far right end, ends up under another window
would it be possible to make the JT-Alert window widths
match the 2 different WSJT and JT65 window widths,
dependent on which one it was working with?

TIA

--

GB & 73
K5OAI
Sam Morgan
--

GB & 73
K5OAI
Sam Morgan


locked Re: [Ham-Apps] JT-Alert window width

Ed Wilson
 

Sam,

The latest version of WSJT-X can be extended horizontally to match JT-Alert-X. The same goes for the waterfall, but you will have to play with the settings to get all 1 KHz to show and when you do, you will have a black area to the right with no waterfall. I have all three of my windows aligned in this fashion, but the waterfall only extends to 2 KHz and the black area I mentioned extends from 2.0 KHz to 2.3 KHz.

Ed, K0KC



From: Sam Morgan
To: Ham-Apps@...
Sent: Wednesday, May 8, 2013 4:00 PM
Subject: [Ham-Apps] JT-Alert window width

 
Laurie you know you've about got it perfected
when you start getting requests like this one.

The default JT-Alert window width
matches the JT65-HF & JT65-HF Comfort window widths exactly.

However the width of the JT-Alert windows width for JT9-X
extends out beyond the WSJT-X window width.

...and so its far right end, ends up under another window
would it be possible to make the JT-Alert window widths
match the 2 different WSJT and JT65 window widths,
dependent on which one it was working with?

TIA

--

GB & 73
K5OAI
Sam Morgan



locked JT-Alert window width

Sam Morgan
 

Laurie you know you've about got it perfected
when you start getting requests like this one.

The default JT-Alert window width
matches the JT65-HF & JT65-HF Comfort window widths exactly.

However the width of the JT-Alert windows width for JT9-X
extends out beyond the WSJT-X window width.

...and so its far right end, ends up under another window
would it be possible to make the JT-Alert window widths
match the 2 different WSJT and JT65 window widths,
dependent on which one it was working with?

TIA

--

GB & 73
K5OAI
Sam Morgan


locked Re: Save Menu

chepachet102 <rm2642@...>
 

Found it, thanks Eddy. It's in Notepad format which is good enough. Ron n6paa

--- In Ham-Apps@yahoogroups.com.au, ***** <signalhz@...> wrote:

In the WSJTX folder look at the file " All" It's a record of all you
transmit and all the program decoded. Is that what you're looking for?

73 Eddy N4ABN

On 5/6/2013 4:34 PM, chepachet102 wrote:

Looks like the saved files have nothing to do with saving data from
the QSO Freq or Band Activity windows or panels. This folder is only
good for saving .wav files.

Is there actually a way to save and print Freq and Activity info?
Tnx
Ron

Well, the saved files are all .wav format. Guess

--- In Ham-Apps@yahoogroups.com.au
<mailto:Ham-Apps%40yahoogroups.com.au>, ***** <signalhz@> wrote:

It's in the WSJTX folder in the save folder. If you have saved chosen.

73 Eddy N4ABN


On 5/6/2013 2:27 PM, chepachet102 wrote:

The JT9 menu bar has a drop down menu for "save".
Were are the saved files sent. The user guide says there's a *.wav
file directory. I'm looking for data saved data from the QSO
Frequency
and Band Activity Windows.
Thanks,
Ron n6paa


locked Re: WSJT-x and JT-Macros

John Cranfield <zd7jc@...>
 

Hi Phil
 
You have to use JT-Alert X 2.2.2 and JT-Alert X Macros 2.2.2. JT-Alert is for JT65-HF.
 
Hope this helps.
 
Vy 73 de John ZD7JC
 
St. Helena Island


locked Re: [Ham-Apps] WSJT-x and JT-Macros

Phil Cooper <pcooper@...>
 

Rick W3BI and Rudy VE3BDR, and the group,

 

Oooppps! Silly me! I have just realised I had the JT-Macros for JT65, not the correct one for WSJT-x.

I had put the qualifier in, but somehow deleted it.

 

I have now corrected that, and all is well!

 

Apologies for the brain-fade!

 

73 de Phil GU0SUP


locked Re: [Ham-Apps] WSJT-x and JT-Macros

Rick Johnson <w3bi.rick@...>
 

Configuration > Setup > Macros
 
73,
Rick W3BI
 

To: Ham-Apps@...
From: rudy@...
Date: Tue, 7 May 2013 13:18:39 -0400
Subject: Re: [Ham-Apps] WSJT-x and JT-Macros

 
That does sound strange. The Tx5 box is where you would manualy enter a macro.
 
rudy ve3bdr
 

From: pcooper
Sent: Tuesday, May 07, 2013 1:09 PM
Subject: [Ham-Apps] WSJT-x and JT-Macros
 
 

Hi all,

Just been calling CQ on 20m with WSJT-x, and had a caller that was too weak to copy, so I wanted to send SRI NO DECODE from JT-Alert, but I cannot seem to get any of the macros to transfer across to WSJT-x at all.

I am running JT-Alert 2.2.2 and JT-Macros 2.2.2.

I've had a look through the setup, but cannot see anything at all that may affect the operation of JT-Macros.

Am I missing something that needs to be set?

73 de Phil GU0SUP





locked Re: [Ham-Apps] WSJT-x and JT-Macros

Rudy Benner <rudy@...>
 

That does sound strange. The Tx5 box is where you would manualy enter a macro.
 
rudy ve3bdr
 

From: pcooper
Sent: Tuesday, May 07, 2013 1:09 PM
Subject: [Ham-Apps] WSJT-x and JT-Macros
 
 

Hi all,

Just been calling CQ on 20m with WSJT-x, and had a caller that was too weak to copy, so I wanted to send SRI NO DECODE from JT-Alert, but I cannot seem to get any of the macros to transfer across to WSJT-x at all.

I am running JT-Alert 2.2.2 and JT-Macros 2.2.2.

I've had a look through the setup, but cannot see anything at all that may affect the operation of JT-Macros.

Am I missing something that needs to be set?

73 de Phil GU0SUP




locked WSJT-x and JT-Macros

pcooper <pcooper@...>
 

Hi all,

Just been calling CQ on 20m with WSJT-x, and had a caller that was too weak to copy, so I wanted to send SRI NO DECODE from JT-Alert, but I cannot seem to get any of the macros to transfer across to WSJT-x at all.

I am running JT-Alert 2.2.2 and JT-Macros 2.2.2.

I've had a look through the setup, but cannot see anything at all that may affect the operation of JT-Macros.

Am I missing something that needs to be set?

73 de Phil GU0SUP




locked Re: [Ham-Apps] Re: Save Menu

***** <signalhz@...>
 

In the WSJTX folder look at the file " All"  It's a record of all you transmit and all the program decoded. Is that what you're looking for?

73 Eddy N4ABN

On 5/6/2013 4:34 PM, chepachet102 wrote:
 

Looks like the saved files have nothing to do with saving data from the QSO Freq or Band Activity windows or panels. This folder is only good for saving .wav files.

Is there actually a way to save and print Freq and Activity info?
Tnx
Ron

Well, the saved files are all .wav format. Guess

--- In Ham-Apps@..., ***** wrote:
>
> It's in the WSJTX folder in the save folder. If you have saved chosen.
>
> 73 Eddy N4ABN
>
>
> On 5/6/2013 2:27 PM, chepachet102 wrote:
> >
> > The JT9 menu bar has a drop down menu for "save".
> > Were are the saved files sent. The user guide says there's a *.wav
> > file directory. I'm looking for data saved data from the QSO Frequency
> > and Band Activity Windows.
> > Thanks,
> > Ron n6paa
> >
> >
>