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Re: Getting active again

Dan Morris - KZ3T
 

Good idea Ted.  I think I’ll find a spot for something like that in my macros.

for those asking or wondering about macros here is what I do and how I have mine set up:
In my program there are 10 banks of macros with 10 macros in each bank.  For 15/20/40/80M i have the following 10 macros:
1. CQ
2. Ans CQ
3. Start QSO This is where I can start a macro with xxx de mycall (and then say what I want if ragchewing)  I do this while the other person is talking, this way I can answer any questions as he asks.  when he’s done I hit F4 to Xmt continue on to finish and then I click on Shift-F4 to finish and when this macro finishes, it turns over to him.
4. Full Info: RST, my name, my qt., my grid, my epc#, my 070#  BTU
5. Equip - Send this if they send me one - Stn info, my age and 1st licensed info BTU
6. Info No #’s — Same as #4 just without the digital numbers
7. DX Quick QSO - RST, my name, TU 734 de kz3t sk
8. QRZ -  Self explanatory
9. Short Signoff - Tnx for mode/speed , Qsl via equals/lotw, 73 God Bless sk
10. Sign Off - Tnx mode/speed, enjoyed the contact. All the best … have a good day, etc and then sk

I have a set of macros for 10 meters alone since in my INFO macro I also give my 10-10# and for 30 meters where I give my 30MDG # — Oh, one bank is Translations - that is where when I sign off I sometimes will use that bank if talking to a French or Spanish or Russian etc.  I got that idea from someone here on the list. . .
My other macros I use for contests for 10-10, 070, etc.

Sorry it got a little lengthy but figured I would share.   Now, I’m always tuned in to something anyone has that might be a little better or any changes.   Seems like the first 2 or 3 years I was constantly changing my macros as I watched others on the waterfall and then tweaking mine as I go.  Everyone has something similar but yet quite different in how they communicate.  

Maybe I’m naive or something since running digital. I feel like I’m still used to being on SSB for so long that when on digital it is the basic info and then tnx for QSO.  I feel like I’m cutting that person short and they might think I’m a butthead for not wanting to talk like we do on SSB.  It’s so easy to get carried away on SSB when talking and I feel like I need to say more on digital.

Just sayin'

Dan Morris   KZ3T   070-1065



On Dec 27, 2015, at 7:06 PM, Ted pegduck56@... [070] <070@...> wrote:


Hi Mike,
also, a suggestion to have a macro something like this when you get asked or maybe working a non-member:



"I am participating in a contest or event for the PODXS 070 Club (see http://podxs070.com)
PODXS 070 is a friendly on line club that promotes the use of psk31. Check out the website !"

73, Ted
K7TRK
#1028




On Sunday, December 27, 2015 2:46 PM, "Bob Brown cricklewood@... [070]" <070@...> wrote:


 
Thanks Mike - Perfect!

On Sun, Dec 27, 2015 at 4:07 PM, 'Mike Miller' lists@... [070] <070@...>wrote:
 
On 26 Dec 2015 at 17:23, cricklewood@... [070] wrote:

> Can someone tell
> me how to set up and "auto cq" using FLDIGI? .... I googled
> and couldn't
> find anything.

Hi Bob,

I looked a little more into the macro tag and the  
bottom of page 132 of the FLDigi manual gives a better 
description.

" The and macro tags should have the NN 
replaced with the time interval in seconds.
CQ CQ de k
• will enable the PTT
• cause 5 seconds of idle signal
• send the CQ CQ de W1HKJ W1HKJ k
• disable PTT
• and count down 20seconds before repeating the macro
• after sending the text the count down timer button (upper right hand corner of main dialog) will display the
current timer value in seconds. Press this button to disable the timer.
Generated on Thu Nov 19 2015 05:48:40 for FLDIGI Users Manual by Doxygen

4.1Macros 133
• the timer be disabled if the Escape key is pressed, the T/R is pressed, and macro key is pressed, or if a
callsign is copied from the Rx text area to the callsign logbook entry.
• the time will be disabled if any mouse activity occurs in the waterfall control."

73
Mike kc9doa #1040







Re: Getting active again

Ted <pegduck56@...>
 

Hi Mike,
also, a suggestion to have a macro something like this when you get asked or maybe working a non-member:



"I am participating in a contest or event for the PODXS 070 Club (see http://podxs070.com)
PODXS 070 is a friendly on line club that promotes the use of psk31. Check out the website !"

73, Ted
K7TRK
#1028




On Sunday, December 27, 2015 2:46 PM, "Bob Brown cricklewood@... [070]" <070@...> wrote:


 
Thanks Mike - Perfect!

On Sun, Dec 27, 2015 at 4:07 PM, 'Mike Miller' lists@... [070] <070@...> wrote:
 
On 26 Dec 2015 at 17:23, cricklewood@... [070] wrote:

> Can someone tell
> me how to set up and "auto cq" using FLDIGI? .... I googled
> and couldn't
> find anything.

Hi Bob,

I looked a little more into the macro tag and the
bottom of page 132 of the FLDigi manual gives a better
description.

" The and macro tags should have the NN
replaced with the time interval in seconds.
CQ CQ de k
• will enable the PTT
• cause 5 seconds of idle signal
• send the CQ CQ de W1HKJ W1HKJ k
• disable PTT
• and count down 20seconds before repeating the macro
• after sending the text the count down timer button (upper right hand corner of main dialog) will display the
current timer value in seconds. Press this button to disable the timer.
Generated on Thu Nov 19 2015 05:48:40 for FLDIGI Users Manual by Doxygen

4.1Macros 133
• the timer be disabled if the Escape key is pressed, the T/R is pressed, and macro key is pressed, or if a
callsign is copied from the Rx text area to the callsign logbook entry.
• the time will be disabled if any mouse activity occurs in the waterfall control."

73
Mike kc9doa #1040





Re: Getting active again

Bob Brown <cricklewood@...>
 

Thanks Mike - Perfect!

On Sun, Dec 27, 2015 at 4:07 PM, 'Mike Miller' lists@... [070] <070@...> wrote:
 

On 26 Dec 2015 at 17:23, cricklewood@... [070] wrote:

> Can someone tell
> me how to set up and "auto cq" using FLDIGI? .... I googled
> and couldn't
> find anything.

Hi Bob,

I looked a little more into the macro tag and the
bottom of page 132 of the FLDigi manual gives a better
description.

" The and macro tags should have the NN
replaced with the time interval in seconds.
CQ CQ de k
• will enable the PTT
• cause 5 seconds of idle signal
• send the CQ CQ de W1HKJ W1HKJ k
• disable PTT
• and count down 20seconds before repeating the macro
• after sending the text the count down timer button (upper right hand corner of main dialog) will display the
current timer value in seconds. Press this button to disable the timer.
Generated on Thu Nov 19 2015 05:48:40 for FLDIGI Users Manual by Doxygen

4.1Macros 133
• the timer be disabled if the Escape key is pressed, the T/R is pressed, and macro key is pressed, or if a
callsign is copied from the Rx text area to the callsign logbook entry.
• the time will be disabled if any mouse activity occurs in the waterfall control."

73
Mike kc9doa #1040



Re: Getting active again

Don Bolstad K9DEB
 

Good info. Thanks. Need to set up in my macros too. 

Don K9DEB #2007 

Sent from my iPhone6

On Dec 27, 2015, at 15:07, 'Mike Miller' lists@... [070] <070@...> wrote:

 

On 26 Dec 2015 at 17:23, cricklewood@... [070] wrote:

> Can someone tell
> me how to set up and "auto cq" using FLDIGI? .... I googled
> and couldn't
> find anything.

Hi Bob,

I looked a little more into the macro tag and the
bottom of page 132 of the FLDigi manual gives a better
description.

" The and macro tags should have the NN
replaced with the time interval in seconds.
CQ CQ de k
• will enable the PTT
• cause 5 seconds of idle signal
• send the CQ CQ de W1HKJ W1HKJ k
• disable PTT
• and count down 20seconds before repeating the macro
• after sending the text the count down timer button (upper right hand corner of main dialog) will display the
current timer value in seconds. Press this button to disable the timer.
Generated on Thu Nov 19 2015 05:48:40 for FLDIGI Users Manual by Doxygen

4.1Macros 133
• the timer be disabled if the Escape key is pressed, the T/R is pressed, and macro key is pressed, or if a
callsign is copied from the Rx text area to the callsign logbook entry.
• the time will be disabled if any mouse activity occurs in the waterfall control."

73
Mike kc9doa #1040


Re: 24/7

Dan Morris - KZ3T
 

Matt — I see that PJ2MI IOTA I get an error at the bottom of the progress checker page.  I went and looked at his QRZ page and he lists his IOTA as SA-099

I have another error on there but I figured that out with David’s help and I will add the ‘dash’ in there for the VK station

Dan Morris   KZ3T   070-1065



On Dec 27, 2015, at 12:23 PM, Matthew King - KK4CPS mrk.twg@... [070] <070@...> wrote:


Congrats, Dan - job well done!


73


Matt King

070 #1708 LONP #261

PODXS 070 Club Executive Director


This email has been sent from a virus-free computer protected by Avast. 
www.avast.com

On Sun, Dec 27, 2015 at 11:40 AM, Jerry n9avy@... [070] <070@...> wrote:
 

Tree must be an oak full of acorns because anyone who tackles the 24/7 is a candidate for the "acorn ranch" !   :-)


Jerry  N9AVY




From: "n7we1980@... [070]" <070@...>
To: 070@... 
Sent: Sunday, December 27, 2015 10:33 AM
Subject: [070] Re: 24/7

 
Congrats Dan!  You are now among the certified crazy!  Welcome to this branch of the tree!

Rick - N7WE - #1602







Re: Getting active again

Mike Miller <lists@...>
 

On 26 Dec 2015 at 17:23, cricklewood@gmail.com [070] wrote:

Can someone tell
me how to set up and "auto cq" using FLDIGI? .... I googled
and couldn't
find anything.
Hi Bob,

I looked a little more into the <TIMER:NN> macro tag and the
bottom of page 132 of the FLDigi manual gives a better
description.

" The <TIMER:NN> and <IDLE:NN> macro tags should have the NN
replaced with the time interval in seconds.
<TX><IDLE:5>CQ CQ de <MYCALL> <MYCALL> k <RX><TIMER:20>
• will enable the PTT
• cause 5 seconds of idle signal
• send the CQ CQ de W1HKJ W1HKJ k
• disable PTT
• and count down 20seconds before repeating the macro
• after sending the text the count down timer button (upper right hand corner of main dialog) will display the
current timer value in seconds. Press this button to disable the timer.
Generated on Thu Nov 19 2015 05:48:40 for FLDIGI Users Manual by Doxygen

4.1Macros 133
• the timer be disabled if the Escape key is pressed, the T/R is pressed, and macro key is pressed, or if a
callsign is copied from the Rx text area to the callsign logbook entry.
• the time will be disabled if any mouse activity occurs in the waterfall control."

73
Mike kc9doa #1040


Re: 24/7

Dan Morris - KZ3T
 

Hurry, Hurry the branch is getting weak!! hihi

Dan Morris




On Dec 27, 2015, at 11:38 AM, 'Hamette' hamette@... [070] <070@...> wrote:


Well Done! Save a place for me on the branch!

 

Paula K7PAX #1739

 

From: 070@... [mailto:070@...] 
Sent: Sunday, December 27, 2015 08:23
To: 070 List Service 070 List Service
Subject: [070] 24/7

 

  

Woo Hoo - Finally got my 24/7 finished, over, done with, fine avec, hecho con, etc.

Dan Morris KZ3T 070-1065
dbmorris315@...




Re: 24/7

Dan Morris - KZ3T
 

Hey Jerry — Actually I have been down with this crud/cough going around and did not want to pass it on so did not go to church.  figured I’d take advantage of that since our temp here is 77 degree F!!!  We are having some really crazy warm weather this time of year.

And thanks to all who helped.

Dan Morris   KZ3T   070-1065



On Dec 27, 2015, at 11:37 AM, Jerry n9avy@... [070] <070@...> wrote:


Congrats Dan !   Did you play hookie from church ?

Jerry  n9avy




From: "Dan Morris dbmorris315@... [070]" <070@...>
To: 070 List Service 070 List Service <070@...> 
Sent: Sunday, December 27, 2015 10:22 AM
Subject: [070] 24/7

 
Woo Hoo - Finally got my 24/7 finished, over, done with, fine avec, hecho con, etc.

Dan Morris KZ3T 070-1065
dbmorris315@...






Re: Getting active again

John Etling
 

I personally do not use a “brag” macro unless the other party throws theirs in. I really am not all that interested as a lot of “brag” files take more time to send than the rest of the QSO combined. BUT, to specifically answer the question: Radio, Antenna and power output. That’s it.

… I’m just sayin’

 

73 de K3JAE

John Etling

k3jae@...

070 #1820   LONP #321

PODXS 070 – Nobody Special – Just a Member

 

 

 

 

From: cricklewood@... [070] [mailto:070@...]
Sent: Saturday, December 26, 2015 19:24
To: 070@...
Subject: [070] Getting active again

 

 

Hello all...... it's been quite awhile since I was active on PSK.   In the past I would call it "dabbling" even though I am a PODXS member.  I plan to change all that and get active.

 

I wanna play in the 24x7 and currently at 42, so I have a ways to go.

 

Sooo... using FLDIGI and setting up macros again.   In the past I would have what I consider a "Brag" that was way too wordy.... just curious what active members have in their's?

 

Was just on 30m for awhile calling CQ and no replies.   Can someone tell me how to set up and "auto cq" using FLDIGI?  .... I googled and couldn't find anything.

 

Also, if anyone has suggestions on what freq on 30m they usually call on.  I think getting activity on the WARC bands is a good idea.

 

73, and hope to CU on the waterfall!

 

Bob KW3F

PODXS Member # 2061


Re: 24/7

Matthew King - KK4CPS <mrk.twg@...>
 

Congrats, Dan - job well done!


73


Matt King

070 #1708 LONP #261

PODXS 070 Club Executive Director


This email has been sent from a virus-free computer protected by Avast.
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On Sun, Dec 27, 2015 at 11:40 AM, Jerry n9avy@... [070] <070@...> wrote:
 

Tree must be an oak full of acorns because anyone who tackles the 24/7 is a candidate for the "acorn ranch" !   :-)


Jerry  N9AVY




From: "n7we1980@... [070]" <070@...>
To: 070@...
Sent: Sunday, December 27, 2015 10:33 AM
Subject: [070] Re: 24/7

 
Congrats Dan!  You are now among the certified crazy!  Welcome to this branch of the tree!

Rick - N7WE - #1602




Re: 24/7

Jerry N9AVY
 

Tree must be an oak full of acorns because anyone who tackles the 24/7 is a candidate for the "acorn ranch" !   :-)


Jerry  N9AVY




From: "n7we1980@... [070]" <070@...>
To: 070@...
Sent: Sunday, December 27, 2015 10:33 AM
Subject: [070] Re: 24/7

 
Congrats Dan!  You are now among the certified crazy!  Welcome to this branch of the tree!

Rick - N7WE - #1602



Re: 24/7

Paula K7PAX #1739
 

Well Done! Save a place for me on the branch!

 

Paula K7PAX #1739

 

From: 070@... [mailto:070@...]
Sent: Sunday, December 27, 2015 08:23
To: 070 List Service 070 List Service
Subject: [070] 24/7

 

 

Woo Hoo - Finally got my 24/7 finished, over, done with, fine avec, hecho con, etc.

Dan Morris KZ3T 070-1065
dbmorris315@...


Re: 24/7

Jerry N9AVY
 

Congrats Dan !   Did you play hookie from church ?

Jerry  n9avy




From: "Dan Morris dbmorris315@... [070]" <070@...>
To: 070 List Service 070 List Service <070@...>
Sent: Sunday, December 27, 2015 10:22 AM
Subject: [070] 24/7

 
Woo Hoo - Finally got my 24/7 finished, over, done with, fine avec, hecho con, etc.

Dan Morris KZ3T 070-1065
dbmorris315@...




Re: 24/7

John Bower <poppajohnbower@...>
 

Congratulations - welcome to the 24/7 club
John KE4JB

On Sun, Dec 27, 2015 at 11:22 AM, Dan Morris dbmorris315@... [070] <070@...> wrote:
 

Woo Hoo - Finally got my 24/7 finished, over, done with, fine avec, hecho con, etc.

Dan Morris KZ3T 070-1065
dbmorris315@...



Re: 24/7

Rick - N7WE
 

Congrats Dan!  You are now among the certified crazy!  Welcome to this branch of the tree!

Rick - N7WE - #1602


24/7

Dan Morris - KZ3T
 

Woo Hoo - Finally got my 24/7 finished, over, done with, fine avec, hecho con, etc.

Dan Morris KZ3T 070-1065
dbmorris315@gmail.com


DX & IOTA

Jerry N9AVY
 

Not much on PSK this time around, but if you can work 'em, good luck !

 - avy




HG5, HUNGARY. Hungarian amateurs are now active as HG5XMAS to celebrate
the Christmas/New Years holidays until January 2nd. Activity will be on
160-10 meters using CW, SSB, RTTY, and PSK, as well as the DARC Xmas
Contest and the Happy New Year Contest. Please do NOT send them a paper
QSL! Their QSL will be downloadable from e-QSL.cc. QSL cards can be
downloaded after uploading the logs, thus the certified e-QSL cards
will only be available after January 3rd, 2016.


  EU-128.  Stefan, DF8HS, is now active as DF8HS/p from Fehmarn Island
          until January 11th. Activity will be on 80-10 meters, SSB,
          RTTY and PSK. QSL via his home callsign, by the Bureau or
          direct.

Z2, ZIMBABWE. Herbert, DE1ZHB/7Z1HB, is once again active as Z21LS from
Harare until January 7th. Activity will be on 40-10 meters using SSB,
RTTY and PSK. QSL via DE1ZHB.

de opdx bulletin


Re: Band of the Day

John Bower <poppajohnbower@...>
 

Looks interesting David.
John KE4JB

On Sat, Dec 26, 2015 at 9:44 PM, David Westbrook dwestbrook@... [070] <070@...> wrote:
 

Remembered this from a few years ago from another group...
Might be a good way to coordinate some activity on the warc (and other) bands.

Full post (not mine, credit goes to N0RQ) below, but summary of the idea is to focus on a specific band for specific days off the month, on this (arbitrary) schedule:

1st (also 2nd): 1 MHz - 160m
3rd (also 4th-6th): 3 MHz - 80m
7th (also 8th-9th): 7 MHz - 40m
10th (also 11th-13th): 10 MHz - 30m
14th (also 15th-17th): 14 MHz - 20m (not that it needs encouragement)
18th (also 19th-20th): 18 MHz - 17m
21st (also 22nd-23rd): 21 MHz - 15m
24th (also 25th-27th): 24 MHz - 12m
28th (also 29th-31st): 28 MHz - 10m

Anyone interested, just post when giving it a try.

Hmm.. Maybe A band-of-the-day endorsement is a possibility... Do 1 qso in each of those 10 slots (specific day range; Doesnt have to be in a single month). Easy to add to check, at least :)  ...  We'll see if any interest in the general idea first.

--david
Kj4izw

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: "Dave N0RQ" <n0rq@...>
Date: Dec 27, 2011 9:17 AM
Subject: [jt65-hf] Band of the Day - initial plan for January/February
To: "JT65-HF" <jt65-hf@...>
Cc:

Thank you to several of you for your comments and suggestions.

Based on those, I'm going to suggest a
"BAND OF THE DAY" plan.  It is not intended to
discourage operations on any band, or to "make" anyone
do anything, but only to encourage operations on
certain bands on certain days, especially those that
tend to be used less often.

It is based on UTC (GMT), and of course when that band
is open for you at your QTH.

The frequency (in MHz) determines the days of the month.

So on January 1, try the 1 MHz (160m) band.  Though the
1st in particular is "the day", operations on this band
are encouraged until the next "band of the day" arrives.
In this case, the 3 MHz (80m) band begins on January 3.
7 MHz begins on January 7 -- the main day being Jan 7
itself, but continuing until January 10, which is the
10 MHz (30m) day.

I thought we'd try this for 2 months (Jan-Feb), and see
if we want to continue, or perhaps make adjustments.

So, in short, consider getting on these bands on these
days of the month (UTC), at times when that band may be open:

1st (also 2nd): 1 MHz - 160m
3rd (also 4th-6th): 3 MHz - 80m
7th (also 8th-9th): 7 MHz - 40m
10th (also 11th-13th): 10 MHz - 30m
14th (also 15th-17th): 14 MHz - 20m (not that it needs encouragement)
18th (also 19th-20th): 18 MHz - 17m
21st (also 22nd-23rd): 21 MHz - 15m
24th (also 25th-27th): 24 MHz - 12m
28th (also 29th-31st): 28 MHz - 10m

I'll send out a few reminders during the month...

Hope to see a few of you on January 1 (UTC) on 160m (New Year's Eve
for those of us in the US) or the day after.

73 & Happy New Year,
Dave N0RQ  www.powerlinenoise.com/n0rq/

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Re: Getting active again

Mike Miller <lists@...>
 

Hi Bob,

I added the timer tag <TIMER:NN> at the end of my CQ macro where
NN is the repeat interval in seconds. Hitting Esc on the
keyboard stops the macro. So far I haven't found a better stop,
but I haven't read the whole macro section of the manual. Maybe
this will give you a start on your auto CQ.

73
Mike kc9doa

On 26 Dec 2015 at 17:23, cricklewood@gmail.com [070] wrote:

Can someone tell
me how to set up and "auto cq" using FLDIGI? .... I googled
and couldn't
find anything.


Band of the Day

David Westbrook
 

Remembered this from a few years ago from another group...
Might be a good way to coordinate some activity on the warc (and other) bands.

Full post (not mine, credit goes to N0RQ) below, but summary of the idea is to focus on a specific band for specific days off the month, on this (arbitrary) schedule:

1st (also 2nd): 1 MHz - 160m
3rd (also 4th-6th): 3 MHz - 80m
7th (also 8th-9th): 7 MHz - 40m
10th (also 11th-13th): 10 MHz - 30m
14th (also 15th-17th): 14 MHz - 20m (not that it needs encouragement)
18th (also 19th-20th): 18 MHz - 17m
21st (also 22nd-23rd): 21 MHz - 15m
24th (also 25th-27th): 24 MHz - 12m
28th (also 29th-31st): 28 MHz - 10m

Anyone interested, just post when giving it a try.

Hmm.. Maybe A band-of-the-day endorsement is a possibility... Do 1 qso in each of those 10 slots (specific day range; Doesnt have to be in a single month). Easy to add to check, at least :)  ...  We'll see if any interest in the general idea first.

--david
Kj4izw

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: "Dave N0RQ" <n0rq@...>
Date: Dec 27, 2011 9:17 AM
Subject: [jt65-hf] Band of the Day - initial plan for January/February
To: "JT65-HF" <jt65-hf@...>
Cc:

Thank you to several of you for your comments and suggestions.

Based on those, I'm going to suggest a
"BAND OF THE DAY" plan.  It is not intended to
discourage operations on any band, or to "make" anyone
do anything, but only to encourage operations on
certain bands on certain days, especially those that
tend to be used less often.

It is based on UTC (GMT), and of course when that band
is open for you at your QTH.

The frequency (in MHz) determines the days of the month.

So on January 1, try the 1 MHz (160m) band.  Though the
1st in particular is "the day", operations on this band
are encouraged until the next "band of the day" arrives.
In this case, the 3 MHz (80m) band begins on January 3.
7 MHz begins on January 7 -- the main day being Jan 7
itself, but continuing until January 10, which is the
10 MHz (30m) day.

I thought we'd try this for 2 months (Jan-Feb), and see
if we want to continue, or perhaps make adjustments.

So, in short, consider getting on these bands on these
days of the month (UTC), at times when that band may be open:

1st (also 2nd): 1 MHz - 160m
3rd (also 4th-6th): 3 MHz - 80m
7th (also 8th-9th): 7 MHz - 40m
10th (also 11th-13th): 10 MHz - 30m
14th (also 15th-17th): 14 MHz - 20m (not that it needs encouragement)
18th (also 19th-20th): 18 MHz - 17m
21st (also 22nd-23rd): 21 MHz - 15m
24th (also 25th-27th): 24 MHz - 12m
28th (also 29th-31st): 28 MHz - 10m

I'll send out a few reminders during the month...

Hope to see a few of you on January 1 (UTC) on 160m (New Year's Eve
for those of us in the US) or the day after.

73 & Happy New Year,
Dave N0RQ  www.powerlinenoise.com/n0rq/

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