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locked Date error in ALL.TXT


marsip@...
 

I'm using version 2.1.2 of WSJT-X.
Dates for 2020 are wrong in my ALL.TXT:
191231_163115     7.074 Rx FT8     -1  1.2 1379 HA9PP UB8SGC -18
191231_163115     7.074 Rx FT8    -13  0.4 1687 CQ GW4ZCM IO81
191231_163115     7.074 Rx FT8    -10  0.1 1922 DL0NS EA5AYE -14
191231_163115     7.074 Rx FT8     -7  0.1 1347 DM1YS M0VBD IO90
200101_092100     0.000 Rx FT8     -6  0.1  250 CQ OK1VM JO70
200101_092100     0.000 Rx FT8     -8  0.9  453 CQ DG1PU JO30
200101_092115     0.000 Rx FT8     -4  0.0  906 JH1RFM PD1HPB JO22
200101_092115     0.000 Rx FT8     -7  0.1  951 CQ HA1BF JN86
200101_092115     0.000 Rx FT8    -18  0.1  206 5P1W F4DNU IN96


Michael Black
 

You're on the wrong list for questions about WSJT-X.  This is for JTAlert.

But....what's wrong with the date?  Looks correct to me assuming this is from two days ago.
2020 01 01 09:21:00 is the first 2020 line you have there.

de Mike W9MDB


On Friday, January 3, 2020, 09:26:57 AM CST, <marsip@...> wrote:


I'm using version 2.1.2 of WSJT-X.
Dates for 2020 are wrong in my ALL.TXT:
191231_163115     7.074 Rx FT8     -1  1.2 1379 HA9PP UB8SGC -18
191231_163115     7.074 Rx FT8    -13  0.4 1687 CQ GW4ZCM IO81
191231_163115     7.074 Rx FT8    -10  0.1 1922 DL0NS EA5AYE -14
191231_163115     7.074 Rx FT8     -7  0.1 1347 DM1YS M0VBD IO90
200101_092100     0.000 Rx FT8     -6  0.1  250 CQ OK1VM JO70
200101_092100     0.000 Rx FT8     -8  0.9  453 CQ DG1PU JO30
200101_092115     0.000 Rx FT8     -4  0.0  906 JH1RFM PD1HPB JO22
200101_092115     0.000 Rx FT8     -7  0.1  951 CQ HA1BF JN86
200101_092115     0.000 Rx FT8    -18  0.1  206 5P1W F4DNU IN96


Greg De Hoogh
 

What do you think is wrong with the dates? In your example, they go from [20]19 12 31 to [20]2 001 01, as they should.


marsip@...
 

Sorry, my fault. Nothing wrong. I misinterpreted the values.


Dave Garber
 

the only thing I notice is there is no frequency for the 2020 dates,    cat error maybe???
Dave Garber
VE3WEJ / VE3IE


On Fri, Jan 3, 2020 at 2:02 PM <marsip@...> wrote:
Sorry, my fault. Nothing wrong. I misinterpreted the values.