Re: LoTW Question
Thanks for the replies.
I checked my WAS account and looked back at several hundred QSOs and did not see any green check marks. I usually do not do much with WAS.
I do keep a close watch on the DXCC QSOs and that is where I see the occasional green check mark.
Then I did a search for "LoTW green check mark" and this is what I found..
The Check MarkBlack = LoTW has selected this QSO as a new one to be applied to the awards in the
award box for this QSO.
Red = the QSO has been applied as part of an award application but the application has
not yet been processed.
Green = the application was processed and the QSO has been awarded.
= The white check box allows you to manually select a QSO for an award. Be
cautious doing this because manually selecting a QSO will unselect what LoTW has
already selected for you.
So I agree that the green check mark is for a QSO that has already been given credit for by LoTW and it has somehow again been submitted. The most recent green one was last week for a QSO in 2013 that had already been confimed in LoTW in 2013, I guess the DX station submitted it again in 2015? (Since I have not submitted any recent WAS info, I would not have any green boxes for "repeat" submissions.)
Thanks to all, I learned something new today.
Date: Thu, 15 Jan 2015 12:01:40 -0500
Subject: Re:  LoTW Question
On Thu, Jan 15, 2015 at 11:39 AM, Mike Flowers mike.flowers@...  <070@...> wrote:
This is not true. There four (4) categories of awards available, DXCC, WAS, WPX, and VUCC. To enable each category, a rule must be defined, such as location or a range of dates.
I have all four of my awards enabled, and when I selected the WAS awards, then listed entries for the US, I saw at least 7-8 entries with green check marks.
73 de Joe