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locked Re: : Re: Strange Behaviour

Jim - N4ST
 

Well, if the HRD problem is with HRD Ver 5.x as stated above, it won't be fixed in that version since it is no longer under development.
A negative doesn't prove anything, but I have never had that problem with HRD 6.X and WSJT-X.

____________
73,
Jim - N4ST

From: HamApps@yahoogroups.com.au [mailto:HamApps@yahoogroups.com.au]
Sent: Wednesday, December 3, 2014 23:01
To: HamApps@yahoogroups.com.au
Subject: Re:: Re: [HamApps] Strange Behaviour


There is a known problem with the HRD Logbook and WSJT-X, it's been around for a fairly long time. HRD's team and the WSJT folks are both aware of it and working toward a fix.

Try firing up WSJT-X by itself and see if that problem continues or if that cures it.

Fred - KK5AA
EM25xh

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Posted by: poppafred@yahoo.com
________________________________________


locked Re: : Re: Strange Behaviour

kk5aa_fred
 

There is a known problem with the HRD Logbook and WSJT-X, it's been around for a fairly long time. HRD's team and the WSJT folks are both aware of it and working toward a fix.


Try firing up WSJT-X by itself and see if that problem continues or if that cures it.


Fred - KK5AA

EM25xh


locked Re: Strange Behaviour

Carter
 

On 12/3/2014 4:43 PM, 'Laurie, VK3AMA' groups06@... [HamApps] wrote:

> Some SteppIR antennas require a squirt of RF to
> restore RX levels. My SteppIR occasionally has this behaviour.

Odd that you should mention this...

I am using the latest JTAlert and WSJT-X v 1.4 with XP Pro (SP3), a Yaesu FT1000MP and a plain wire dipole (not a SteppIR) and occasionally I have to give it� "a squirt of RF" by momentarily hitting the "Tune" button on WSJT-X to restore RX levels.

So, it seems it is not particularly unique to the SteppIR.

I wonder what is going on ?????

73,
Carter�� K8VT




locked Re: Strange Behaviour

Laurie, VK3AMA <groups06@...>
 

On 4/12/2014 7:55 AM, KB3TC kb3tc1@... [HamApps] wrote:
Not sure if this is the JT Alert or JT-X problem but........
When I start HRD (ver 5.24.0.36), it starts the logging program also.
This is good and it works.
Then I start JT AlertX (v 2.5.3) which starts WSJT-X (v 1.3, r3673) and everything comes up BUT...
After this last update I have to "goose" the WSJT-X program by hitting TUNE to get the graph moving, otherwise, it looks as if nothing is being received.
Running Win7 (64) with 12gb RAM
Any ideas?

Tim, KB3TC

JTAlert doesn't in any way interact with the WSJT-X waterfall, except to minimize/restore the Waterfall Window, never the functionality of the Waterfall display.
Are you sure the graph is not moving? Maybe it is but your misinterpreting the lack of signals as it is not moving. Are you hearing signals when the Waterfall appears to be not moving?

If you hitting the Tune button perhaps it is an RF issue. Perhaps your Rx levels are so low that it appears that the Waterfall is not moving, when it is just that your not seeing signals because the Rx levels are too low. Some SteppIR antennas require a squirt of RF to restore RX levels. My SteppIR occasionally has this behaviour.

There is nothing in the JTAlert code that is affected by WSJT-X tune.

de Laurie VK3AMA
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locked Strange Behaviour

KB3TC <kb3tc1@...>
 

Not sure if this is the JT Alert or JT-X problem but........
When I start HRD (ver 5.24.0.36), it starts the logging program also.
This is good and it works.
Then I start JT AlertX (v 2.5.3) which starts WSJT-X (v 1.3, r3673) and everything comes up BUT...
After this last update I have to "goose" the WSJT-X program by hitting TUNE to get the graph moving, otherwise, it looks as if nothing is being received.
Running Win7 (64) with 12gb RAM
Any ideas?

Tim, KB3TC

PS: I will try the latest updates but want to see if this is curable first.


locked Re: WSJT Application Suite Installer ( Win32 )

signalhz@1791.com <signalhz@...>
 

RRR, I didn't have a problem with WSPRX transmitting. I didn't make a qso with it. I'll do that with all of them with the new update

73 Eddy N4ABN

Sent from my iPhone

On Dec 3, 2014, at 13:37, KI7MT ki7mt@yahoo.com [HamApps] <HamApps@yahoogroups.com.au> wrote:

Hi Eddy,

Thanks for catching this. There were three issues actually. I'm not sure
why I didn't see them initially, but in any case:

MAP65.exe link .. Fixed
MAP65 Missing .DLL .. Fixed
WSPRX Missing DLL .. Fixed


I've posted an updated installer on SF, and sent a fix to the JTSDK v2
build script.

73's
Greg, KI7MT


On 12/3/2014 14:54, 'signalhz@1791.com' signalhz@1791.com [HamApps] wrote:


Everything installed as directed. All of the programs configured easily
and ran without problems so far,except Maps65. It would not open. I
don't use that program though. When I click on the file in the start
menu, windows says the link can't be found and gives a choice to browse
for it.

Icom 756 Pro3 cat controlled through all the programs that have the option.
Navigator interface
Windows 7

73 Eddy N4ABN


On 12/3/2014 5:04 AM, KI7MT ki7mt@yahoo.com [HamApps] wrote:


Hello All,

As some of you know, efforts are underway release a new unified version
of JTSDK ( v2.0 ). As such, we needed a way to test the applications
being built with the new SDK. Rather than doing each individually every
build iteration, I combined them into one installer. Bare in mind, this
is for testing builds. If you want the latest formal release, you should
pull them individually from Joe's site.

The link below will install all 5 primary applications ( WSJT, WSJT-X,
WSPR, WSPR-X and MAP65 ), documentation links, and a series of utility
scripts for various functions.

Simply download the installer, then run as you normally would. When the
installer is well tested, I'll add a build script to JTSDK v2.0 for
automated / semi-automated building of the Suite as well as allowing for
custom installation of apps and / or utilities.

GENERAL INFO
* To install, you must agree to the KVASD EULA
* The install location is fixed for the time being, ( C:&#92;WSJT-Suite&#92; ..
..) . This is to prevent collisions with other installations.
* Likewise, Desktop Icons / Shortcuts are not created to prevent
possible name collisions.
* The builds are the latest Development Builds ( will update weekly or
as deemed necessary ), as such, may not always perform 100% as they can
be in / under active development.
* App version information is displayed during installation. It's also
saved in the install root directory ( build-info.txt )
* There is a series of command line tools / links available ( in the
Tools Folder ), for performing things such as JT65code or JT9code
testing, FMTest, KVASD checks, or MAP65 Wisdom updates etc. More can be
added if needed.
* The installer has a full ( uninstaller ), however, it will not remove
any items created after installation, things such as decoded text, .ini
files, QSO logs etc. This is by design, as those are your files to do
with as you see fit.

RUN APPLICATIONS
To Run an Applications, go to:

Start > Programs > WSJT-Suite > ( Select The App you want )

Configure as you normally would.

DOWNLOAD INSTALLER:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/jtsdk/files/win32/2.0.0/WSJT-Suite-03-DEC-2014-Win32.exe/download

As always, if you have issues with downloading / installing / running
the apps, post them to the Development List.

--
73's
Greg, KI7MT
--
73's
Greg, KI7MT


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locked Re: WSJT Application Suite Installer ( Win32 )

KI7MT <ki7mt@...>
 

Hi Eddy,

Thanks for catching this. There were three issues actually. I'm not sure
why I didn't see them initially, but in any case:

MAP65.exe link .. Fixed
MAP65 Missing .DLL .. Fixed
WSPRX Missing DLL .. Fixed


I've posted an updated installer on SF, and sent a fix to the JTSDK v2
build script.

73's
Greg, KI7MT

On 12/3/2014 14:54, 'signalhz@1791.com' signalhz@1791.com [HamApps] wrote:


Everything installed as directed. All of the programs configured easily
and ran without problems so far,except Maps65. It would not open. I
don't use that program though. When I click on the file in the start
menu, windows says the link can't be found and gives a choice to browse
for it.

Icom 756 Pro3 cat controlled through all the programs that have the option.
Navigator interface
Windows 7

73 Eddy N4ABN


On 12/3/2014 5:04 AM, KI7MT ki7mt@yahoo.com [HamApps] wrote:


Hello All,

As some of you know, efforts are underway release a new unified version
of JTSDK ( v2.0 ). As such, we needed a way to test the applications
being built with the new SDK. Rather than doing each individually every
build iteration, I combined them into one installer. Bare in mind, this
is for testing builds. If you want the latest formal release, you should
pull them individually from Joe's site.

The link below will install all 5 primary applications ( WSJT, WSJT-X,
WSPR, WSPR-X and MAP65 ), documentation links, and a series of utility
scripts for various functions.

Simply download the installer, then run as you normally would. When the
installer is well tested, I'll add a build script to JTSDK v2.0 for
automated / semi-automated building of the Suite as well as allowing for
custom installation of apps and / or utilities.

GENERAL INFO
* To install, you must agree to the KVASD EULA
* The install location is fixed for the time being, ( C:&#92;WSJT-Suite&#92; ..
..) . This is to prevent collisions with other installations.
* Likewise, Desktop Icons / Shortcuts are not created to prevent
possible name collisions.
* The builds are the latest Development Builds ( will update weekly or
as deemed necessary ), as such, may not always perform 100% as they can
be in / under active development.
* App version information is displayed during installation. It's also
saved in the install root directory ( build-info.txt )
* There is a series of command line tools / links available ( in the
Tools Folder ), for performing things such as JT65code or JT9code
testing, FMTest, KVASD checks, or MAP65 Wisdom updates etc. More can be
added if needed.
* The installer has a full ( uninstaller ), however, it will not remove
any items created after installation, things such as decoded text, .ini
files, QSO logs etc. This is by design, as those are your files to do
with as you see fit.

RUN APPLICATIONS
To Run an Applications, go to:

Start > Programs > WSJT-Suite > ( Select The App you want )

Configure as you normally would.

DOWNLOAD INSTALLER:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/jtsdk/files/win32/2.0.0/WSJT-Suite-03-DEC-2014-Win32.exe/download

As always, if you have issues with downloading / installing / running
the apps, post them to the Development List.

--
73's
Greg, KI7MT
--
73's
Greg, KI7MT


locked Re: : WSJT Application Suite Installer ( Win32 )

n3gty@...
 

Hello all I installed the Suite no issues programs worked well easy to configure nice way to get the complete package of software nicely done thanks for your efforts 73 de N3GTY


locked Re: WSJT Application Suite Installer ( Win32 )

signalhz@1791.com <signalhz@...>
 

Everything installed as directed. All of the programs configured easily and ran without problems so far,except Maps65. It would not open. I don't use that program though. When I click on the file in the start menu,� windows says the link can't be found and gives a choice to browse for it.

Icom 756 Pro3 cat controlled through all the programs that have the option.
Navigator interface
Windows 7

73 Eddy N4ABN


On 12/3/2014 5:04 AM, KI7MT ki7mt@... [HamApps] wrote:
�

Hello All,

As some of you know, efforts are underway release a new unified version
of JTSDK ( v2.0 ). As such, we needed a way to test the applications
being built with the new SDK. Rather than doing each individually every
build iteration, I combined them into one installer. Bare in mind, this
is for testing builds. If you want the latest formal release, you should
pull them individually from Joe's site.

The link below will install all 5 primary applications ( WSJT, WSJT-X,
WSPR, WSPR-X and MAP65 ), documentation links, and a series of utility
scripts for various functions.

Simply download the installer, then run as you normally would. When the
installer is well tested, I'll add a build script to JTSDK v2.0 for
automated / semi-automated building of the Suite as well as allowing for
custom installation of apps and / or utilities.

GENERAL INFO
* To install, you must agree to the KVASD EULA
* The install location is fixed for the time being, ( C:\WSJT-Suite\ ..
..) . This is to prevent collisions with other installations.
* Likewise, Desktop Icons / Shortcuts are not created to prevent
possible name collisions.
* The builds are the latest Development Builds ( will update weekly or
as deemed necessary ), as such, may not always perform 100% as they can
be in / under active development.
* App version information is displayed during installation. It's also
saved in the install root directory ( build-info.txt )
* There is a series of command line tools / links available ( in the
Tools Folder ), for performing things such as JT65code or JT9code
testing, FMTest, KVASD checks, or MAP65 Wisdom updates etc. More can be
added if needed.
* The installer has a full ( uninstaller ), however, it will not remove
any items created after installation, things such as decoded text, .ini
files, QSO logs etc. This is by design, as those are your files to do
with as you see fit.

RUN APPLICATIONS
To Run an Applications, go to:

Start > Programs > WSJT-Suite > ( Select The App you want )

Configure as you normally would.

DOWNLOAD INSTALLER:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/jtsdk/files/win32/2.0.0/WSJT-Suite-03-DEC-2014-Win32.exe/download

As always, if you have issues with downloading / installing / running
the apps, post them to the Development List.

--
73's
Greg, KI7MT



locked Re: WSJT Application Suite Installer ( Win32 )

signalhz@1791.com <signalhz@...>
 

All worked well for me.

73 Eddy N4ABN


On 12/3/2014 5:04 AM, KI7MT ki7mt@... [HamApps] wrote:
�

Hello All,

As some of you know, efforts are underway release a new unified version
of JTSDK ( v2.0 ). As such, we needed a way to test the applications
being built with the new SDK. Rather than doing each individually every
build iteration, I combined them into one installer. Bare in mind, this
is for testing builds. If you want the latest formal release, you should
pull them individually from Joe's site.

The link below will install all 5 primary applications ( WSJT, WSJT-X,
WSPR, WSPR-X and MAP65 ), documentation links, and a series of utility
scripts for various functions.

Simply download the installer, then run as you normally would. When the
installer is well tested, I'll add a build script to JTSDK v2.0 for
automated / semi-automated building of the Suite as well as allowing for
custom installation of apps and / or utilities.

GENERAL INFO
* To install, you must agree to the KVASD EULA
* The install location is fixed for the time being, ( C:\WSJT-Suite\ ..
..) . This is to prevent collisions with other installations.
* Likewise, Desktop Icons / Shortcuts are not created to prevent
possible name collisions.
* The builds are the latest Development Builds ( will update weekly or
as deemed necessary ), as such, may not always perform 100% as they can
be in / under active development.
* App version information is displayed during installation. It's also
saved in the install root directory ( build-info.txt )
* There is a series of command line tools / links available ( in the
Tools Folder ), for performing things such as JT65code or JT9code
testing, FMTest, KVASD checks, or MAP65 Wisdom updates etc. More can be
added if needed.
* The installer has a full ( uninstaller ), however, it will not remove
any items created after installation, things such as decoded text, .ini
files, QSO logs etc. This is by design, as those are your files to do
with as you see fit.

RUN APPLICATIONS
To Run an Applications, go to:

Start > Programs > WSJT-Suite > ( Select The App you want )

Configure as you normally would.

DOWNLOAD INSTALLER:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/jtsdk/files/win32/2.0.0/WSJT-Suite-03-DEC-2014-Win32.exe/download

As always, if you have issues with downloading / installing / running
the apps, post them to the Development List.

--
73's
Greg, KI7MT



locked WSJT Application Suite Installer ( Win32 )

KI7MT <ki7mt@...>
 

Hello All,

As some of you know, efforts are underway release a new unified version
of JTSDK ( v2.0 ). As such, we needed a way to test the applications
being built with the new SDK. Rather than doing each individually every
build iteration, I combined them into one installer. Bare in mind, this
is for testing builds. If you want the latest formal release, you should
pull them individually from Joe's site.

The link below will install all 5 primary applications ( WSJT, WSJT-X,
WSPR, WSPR-X and MAP65 ), documentation links, and a series of utility
scripts for various functions.

Simply download the installer, then run as you normally would. When the
installer is well tested, I'll add a build script to JTSDK v2.0 for
automated / semi-automated building of the Suite as well as allowing for
custom installation of apps and / or utilities.


GENERAL INFO
* To install, you must agree to the KVASD EULA
* The install location is fixed for the time being, ( C:&#92;WSJT-Suite&#92; ..
..) . This is to prevent collisions with other installations.
* Likewise, Desktop Icons / Shortcuts are not created to prevent
possible name collisions.
* The builds are the latest Development Builds ( will update weekly or
as deemed necessary ), as such, may not always perform 100% as they can
be in / under active development.
* App version information is displayed during installation. It's also
saved in the install root directory ( build-info.txt )
* There is a series of command line tools / links available ( in the
Tools Folder ), for performing things such as JT65code or JT9code
testing, FMTest, KVASD checks, or MAP65 Wisdom updates etc. More can be
added if needed.
* The installer has a full ( uninstaller ), however, it will not remove
any items created after installation, things such as decoded text, .ini
files, QSO logs etc. This is by design, as those are your files to do
with as you see fit.


RUN APPLICATIONS
To Run an Applications, go to:

Start > Programs > WSJT-Suite > ( Select The App you want )

Configure as you normally would.

DOWNLOAD INSTALLER:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/jtsdk/files/win32/2.0.0/WSJT-Suite-03-DEC-2014-Win32.exe/download


As always, if you have issues with downloading / installing / running
the apps, post them to the Development List.

--
73's
Greg, KI7MT


locked Re: Messaging App

Ton PA0TBR
 

Guy,

Other very useful tools are:

Also made by Laurie: http://hamspots.net/ where you can see who is spotting you, like on http://hamspots.net/jt65/

73,
Ton PA0TBR



On Tue, Dec 2, 2014 at 5:53 AM, 'Laurie, VK3AMA' groups06@... [HamApps] <HamApps@...> wrote:
 

On 29/11/2014 11:04 AM, guy@... [HamApps] wrote:
I find messaging very useful. Very handy to hear that I am -04 Stateside on 5MHz, but cannot hear the callbacks.

I wonder if one could have a 'successfully sent' message? Currently (JTAlert 2.5.3) just clears the sent (hopefully, hihi) text and does not reset the character used counter.


Best 73 de Guy G4DWV/4X1LT

Guy,

2.5.5 corrects the non-clearing character count after message send.

Currently, a "successfully sent' message is not possible.

Looks like I accidentally changed the status of the Text Message topic in the help file so it is not published when the file is compiled. From that missing topic...
  • Text messages are not real-time. Three checks per minute are made, at 5, 20 and 35 seconds past the start of the current minute.
  • This is not a chat feature as a maximum of three messages will be received per minute.
  • Messages are sent blind, there is no attempt to confirm a successful delivery.
  • The recipient station may not be using JTAlert or may have messages turned off.
  • If 2 or more users send a text message to the same Callsign, and there exists an uncollected message, only the newest message will be retrieved by the target Callsign. An existing message, waiting to be delivered, will be overwritten by the newer message.
de Laurie VK3AMA
   



locked Re: Messaging App

Laurie, VK3AMA <groups06@...>
 

On 29/11/2014 11:04 AM, guy@... [HamApps] wrote:
I find messaging very useful. Very handy to hear that I am -04 Stateside on 5MHz, but cannot hear the callbacks.

I wonder if one could have a 'successfully sent' message? Currently (JTAlert 2.5.3) just clears the sent (hopefully, hihi) text and does not reset the character used counter.


Best 73 de Guy G4DWV/4X1LT

Guy,

2.5.5 corrects the non-clearing character count after message send.

Currently, a "successfully sent' message is not possible.

Looks like I accidentally changed the status of the Text Message topic in the help file so it is not published when the file is compiled. From that missing topic...
  • Text messages are not real-time. Three checks per minute are made, at 5, 20 and 35 seconds past the start of the current minute.
  • This is not a chat feature as a maximum of three messages will be received per minute.
  • Messages are sent blind, there is no attempt to confirm a successful delivery.
  • The recipient station may not be using JTAlert or may have messages turned off.
  • If 2 or more users send a text message to the same Callsign, and there exists an uncollected message, only the newest message will be retrieved by the target Callsign. An existing message, waiting to be delivered, will be overwritten by the newer message.
de Laurie VK3AMA
   


locked Re: : Re: Re:: JT65-HB9HQX - Am I the only one having a problem with this and 2.53?

Robert Goodman
 

Hi Laurie,

Glad to have been of some help with this. The last patch seems to have fixed the problem! It also is irrelevant which program I start first: HB9 or WSJT X. Also, the problem I was having with HB9 truncating voice announcements for new state, new country, etc. appears to be completely solved.

Thanks for all of your "30 hour work days" to give all of us outstanding software!

73,

Robert K3RRR
@K3TripleR


locked Re: - HAUpdater

jean-michel chapron
 

Hello Laurie

 

As usual you was wright !  the HAUpdater soft was there but Kaspersky was denied acces !

 

Thank you

 

F6EAO/P

 

De : HamApps@... [mailto:HamApps@...]
Envoyé : dimanche 30 novembre 2014 22:37
À : HamApps@...
Objet : Re: [HamApps] - HAUpdater

 

 

Jean-Michel,

Without trying to translate French into English, I am guessing that the French language dialog is generated by Windows and is reporting HAUpdater.exe is missing. HAUpdater.exe  t is installed in your JTAlert install directory. Is the file there? If not, that suggests that your Virus software prevented its install.

All the other errors, generated by JTAlert, would be caused by the missing HAUpdater.exe. I need to add additional checking to avoid these errors when the JTAlert installed HAUpdater.exe is missing or access to the file is denied.

de Laurie VK3AMA
   


On 1/12/2014 12:14 AM, 'chapronfr' chapronfr@... [HamApps] wrote:

Hello Laurie

 

Since some time now I can’t update datacall from JTAlert ! I get a window message error that it can’t find some file

 

 

It work well by lauching from your WEB site. What is wrongin my system?

 

I can’t send you some contact support I get this strange message

 

 

Then this one

 

Sorry, there has been an error!

 

Current Function :

Calling Function : _ftp_2_support()

 

err.description is:   

err.windescription:   Variable must be of type 'Object'.

err.number is:         000000A9

err.lastdllerror is:     0

err.scriptline is:       -1

err.source is:         

err.helpfile is:         

err.helpcontext is:   3145779

 

This error message has been placed in the Windows Clipboard.

 

 

Thanks for your great job for us OM

 

F6EAO/P  Jean-Michel

 

 


locked Re: : JT65-HB9HQX - Am I the only one having a problem with this and 2.53?

Rudy Benner <rudy@...>
 

Looks like the problem is related to the BAND ACTIVITY MONITOR, have tried several options and all cause the problem.
 
r
 
 

Sent: Monday, December 01, 2014 1:15 AM
Subject: Re: [HamApps] Re:: JT65-HB9HQX - Am I the only one having a problem with this and 2.53?
 
 

Do you ever sleep?
 
ve3bdr
 
ps – just sent in a report, may be a clue to the lockup problem.
 
r
 
Sent: Monday, December 01, 2014 1:06 AM
Subject: Re: [HamApps] Re:: JT65-HB9HQX - Am I the only one having a problem with this and 2.53?
 
 

Robert,

The simultaneous running of JTAlertX/WSJT-X was the clue I needed to
locate the defect. Thanks very much.

I have sent a direct email with a link to a patched JTAlert.exe for you
to test.

de Laurie VK3AMA


locked Re: : JT65-HB9HQX - Am I the only one having a problem with this and 2.53?

Rudy Benner <rudy@...>
 

Do you ever sleep?
 
ve3bdr
 
ps – just sent in a report, may be a clue to the lockup problem.
 
r
 

Sent: Monday, December 01, 2014 1:06 AM
Subject: Re: [HamApps] Re:: JT65-HB9HQX - Am I the only one having a problem with this and 2.53?
 
 

Robert,

The simultaneous running of JTAlertX/WSJT-X was the clue I needed to
locate the defect. Thanks very much.

I have sent a direct email with a link to a patched JTAlert.exe for you
to test.

de Laurie VK3AMA


locked Re: : JT65-HB9HQX - Am I the only one having a problem with this and 2.53?

Laurie, VK3AMA <groups06@...>
 

Robert,

The simultaneous running of JTAlertX/WSJT-X was the clue I needed to locate the defect. Thanks very much.

I have sent a direct email with a link to a patched JTAlert.exe for you to test.

de Laurie VK3AMA


locked Re: JTAlertX is stopping the WSJT-X temporary directory from being deleted

Laurie, VK3AMA <groups06@...>
 

On 1/12/2014 4:03 PM, 'Michael Black' mdblack98@... [HamApps] wrote:
So why would JTAlert create this directory or need anything in it or keep it locked?

Mike W9MDB
Mike,

JTAlert is NOT creating that directory or the files. That is being done by WSJT-X.

Refer to my previous message regarding the unexpected Directory lock introduced by a new library performing the Windows API "
ReadDirectoryChangesW" routine.

I'll send you a ling to a patched JTAlert.exe shortly.

de Laurie VK3AMA
   


locked Re: : JT65-HB9HQX - Am I the only one having a problem with this and 2.53?

Laurie, VK3AMA <groups06@...>
 

On 1/12/2014 1:00 PM, robert@... [HamApps] wrote:
zero decodes on h9b, full decode on wsjtx, all with the newest 2.5.5....unfortunately, when i tried to send you the info via the contact support, it starts zipping stuff but then gives an error message "sorry, unable to send email to support."  too big a zip, maybe?

73,

robert
k3rrr

Robert,

I am still working on this. I am seeing some weird behaviour using the scenario you describe.

As a test can you start JTAlertX/WSJT-X first and then start JTAlert/HB9HQX a minute or two later. Do you still get the non-populating HB9HQX decodes?

de Laurie VK3AMA