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Re: Eqsl-ing

Ricky Scott <kf7qz@...>
 

I use EQSL and really like it. As others have said,
download and print the cards out by using a photo
program to batch print 4 on a sheet.

I quit the ARRL when they went to the "You must be a
member to get the award", it was just another example
of their snobishness, one thing we dont need.

I perfer now to work the 070 DX award and the EQSL
award, although the Eqsl is a bit harder (070 taint
easy either).

My sign off file on PSK says to qsl either direct or
via eQSL.cc




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Re: Digipan

K4FBP
 

You are right John, but it bugs me that the program decided to make a new
set of macros the default load. I searched the program folder and could not
find anything that would indicate what macro gets loaded on boot-up, nor
could I find any .INI file.
Thanks,
Don

-----Original Message-----
From: John Pate [mailto:lighthousedx@hotmail.com]
Sent: Friday, January 25, 2002 10:47 AM
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [070] Digipan


Don, just right click on the Macro button and change text the way you want.
Then I think you click on OK button to save changes.


From: Don Adamson <don.adamson@globecastna.com>
Reply-To: 070@yahoogroups.com
To: "'070@yahoogroups.com'" <070@yahoogroups.com>
Subject: [070] Digipan
Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2002 10:25:19 -0500

K4FBP here....I am using Digipan 1.6. I built some macros for Field Day
last
June, and they have become the macros that are loaded each time on boot up.
How do I change this to load my "everyday" macros?

73, Don

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Re: Eqsl-ing

Dick Thompson <wb0dul@...>
 

Just an added thought; you can also print the eQSL cards you receive on a glossy or matte photo paper and they look much better.  Especially those that the sender has taken some time to make a nice looking card.  I hope the ARRL will someday see fit to accept cards from eQSL for miscellaneous awards.  There seems to be a little "war" going on between eQSL and the League. 
 
Not sure how you folks feel, but the most beautiful QSL cards I've received over the years have come from Japan.  They all seem to take pride in what they mail out.  My eQSL card has a personalized photo of the Garden of the God (here in Colorado Springs) on it.  I did make a small donation and the service is nice. 
 
To those that don't like that kind of QSL, then don't use it. 
 
73,
 
Dick
 
 

----- Original Message -----
To: 070@...
Sent: Friday, January 25, 2002 8:47 AM
Subject: RE: [070] Re: Eqsl-ing

You can write comments on the cards when you enter them one at a
time on-line. It makes no sense to do it with an uploaded log
unless you want to put the same comment on every card. You can
also print more than one card/sheet if you download them and use
your own graphics program to lay out the page. If the cards don't
look nice, it may be because the originator didn't make an effort
to personalize his graphic or maybe that you need a new printer. I
have some that look better than many professionally printed cards.

-----
73, Rich - W3ZJ

> -----Original Message-----
> From: kf4hou [mailto:kf4hou@...]
> Sent: Friday, January 25, 2002 10:26 AM
> To: 070@...
> Subject: Re: [070] Re: Eqsl-ing
>
>
> Hey Duffy this Craig in Tennessee agn hey when you  use
> the EQSL just save the pics to a folder and use a
> program to print multiples copies to one sheet. and
> when you give them a donation you can put your own
> design on there too. I'm not in the QSL game for for a
> beauty pageant.  I just want to say hey I've talked to
> there hi hi..
>
> >
> > Yuck, eQSLing is easy, but so impersonal and to print
> the "cards" you
> > have to print an entire sheet just to get one "card".  Not to
> > mention, the cards are ugly and you can't write
> comments. Just won't
> > ever seem like real QSLs.  Not to mention, there will
> be a day when
> > they feel they have enough people "hooked" on the
> service, then
> > they'll start charging for the use of it.  I can see
> it coming.
> >
> > Duffy - WB8NUT
> >
> > --- In 070@y..., "Sean \(G4UCJ\)" wrote:
> > > Hi All, the eqsl service is free to register and collect
> > cards/upload log files. You can make a donation if
> you wish, but most
> > of the facilities are free. I have received nearly
> 500 eqsl's and
> > have uploaded my complete 2001 log to eqsl. The "authenticity
> > guarantee" is also free, just email a scanned copy of
> your license. I
> > like the eqsl service but also like real cards too.
> If anyone has had
> > a qso with me in the last year, go onto eqsl and your
> card will be
> > waiting. Like the others, I have not paid a penny for
> this service,
> > although the guilt factor is telling me that I should
> make a donation.
> > > 73
> > > Sean Gilbert G4UCJ
> > > IO92PA SP93 EU005
> > > Member: RSGB FISTS RSARS GWQRP PODXS 070's
> > > RSGB COUNTY MORSE EXAMINER
> > >
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> >
> >
> >
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Re: Eqsl-ing

Richard B Drake
 

You can write comments on the cards when you enter them one at a
time on-line. It makes no sense to do it with an uploaded log
unless you want to put the same comment on every card. You can
also print more than one card/sheet if you download them and use
your own graphics program to lay out the page. If the cards don't
look nice, it may be because the originator didn't make an effort
to personalize his graphic or maybe that you need a new printer. I
have some that look better than many professionally printed cards.

-----
73, Rich - W3ZJ

-----Original Message-----
From: kf4hou [mailto:kf4hou@altavista.com]
Sent: Friday, January 25, 2002 10:26 AM
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [070] Re: Eqsl-ing


Hey Duffy this Craig in Tennessee agn hey when you use
the EQSL just save the pics to a folder and use a
program to print multiples copies to one sheet. and
when you give them a donation you can put your own
design on there too. I'm not in the QSL game for for a
beauty pageant. I just want to say hey I've talked to
there hi hi..


Yuck, eQSLing is easy, but so impersonal and to print
the "cards" you
have to print an entire sheet just to get one "card". Not to
mention, the cards are ugly and you can't write
comments. Just won't
ever seem like real QSLs. Not to mention, there will
be a day when
they feel they have enough people "hooked" on the
service, then
they'll start charging for the use of it. I can see
it coming.

Duffy - WB8NUT

--- In 070@y..., "Sean &#92;(G4UCJ&#92;)" <g4ucj.shack@n...> wrote:
Hi All, the eqsl service is free to register and collect
cards/upload log files. You can make a donation if
you wish, but most
of the facilities are free. I have received nearly
500 eqsl's and
have uploaded my complete 2001 log to eqsl. The "authenticity
guarantee" is also free, just email a scanned copy of
your license. I
like the eqsl service but also like real cards too.
If anyone has had
a qso with me in the last year, go onto eqsl and your
card will be
waiting. Like the others, I have not paid a penny for
this service,
although the guilt factor is telling me that I should
make a donation.
73
Sean Gilbert G4UCJ
IO92PA SP93 EU005
Member: RSGB FISTS RSARS GWQRP PODXS 070's
RSGB COUNTY MORSE EXAMINER

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Re: Digipan

John Pate <lighthousedx@...>
 

Don, just right click on the Macro button and change text the way you want. Then I think you click on OK button to save changes.


From: Don Adamson <don.adamson@globecastna.com>
Reply-To: 070@yahoogroups.com
To: "'070@yahoogroups.com'" <070@yahoogroups.com>
Subject: [070] Digipan
Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2002 10:25:19 -0500

K4FBP here....I am using Digipan 1.6. I built some macros for Field Day last
June, and they have become the macros that are loaded each time on boot up.
How do I change this to load my "everyday" macros?

73, Don

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Re: Digipan

John Durbin <durbinsjz@...>
 

Don,

The very last button on the top will give you another set of buttons. When I
was using Digipan 1.6d I used one set for everyday use and the other set for
the different contests. I hope this helps you out.

Chris KC8LJN

----- Original Message -----
From: "Don Adamson" <don.adamson@globecastna.com>
To: <070@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Friday, January 25, 2002 10:25 AM
Subject: [070] Digipan


K4FBP here....I am using Digipan 1.6. I built some macros for Field Day
last
June, and they have become the macros that are loaded each time on boot
up.
How do I change this to load my "everyday" macros?

73, Don


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Re: Eqsl-ing

kf4hou <kf4hou@...>
 

Hey Duffy this Craig in Tennessee agn hey when you use the EQSL just save the pics to a folder and use a program to print multiples copies to one sheet. and when you give them a donation you can put your own design on there too. I'm not in the QSL game for for a beauty pageant. I just want to say hey I've talked to there hi hi..


Yuck, eQSLing is easy, but so impersonal and to print the "cards" you
have to print an entire sheet just to get one "card". Not to
mention, the cards are ugly and you can't write comments. Just won't
ever seem like real QSLs. Not to mention, there will be a day when
they feel they have enough people "hooked" on the service, then
they'll start charging for the use of it. I can see it coming.

Duffy - WB8NUT

--- In 070@y..., "Sean &#92;(G4UCJ&#92;)" <g4ucj.shack@n...> wrote:
Hi All, the eqsl service is free to register and collect
cards/upload log files. You can make a donation if you wish, but most
of the facilities are free. I have received nearly 500 eqsl's and
have uploaded my complete 2001 log to eqsl. The "authenticity
guarantee" is also free, just email a scanned copy of your license. I
like the eqsl service but also like real cards too. If anyone has had
a qso with me in the last year, go onto eqsl and your card will be
waiting. Like the others, I have not paid a penny for this service,
although the guilt factor is telling me that I should make a donation.
73
Sean Gilbert G4UCJ
IO92PA SP93 EU005
Member: RSGB FISTS RSARS GWQRP PODXS 070's
RSGB COUNTY MORSE EXAMINER

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Digipan

K4FBP
 

K4FBP here....I am using Digipan 1.6. I built some macros for Field Day last
June, and they have become the macros that are loaded each time on boot up.
How do I change this to load my "everyday" macros?

73, Don


Re: Eqsl-ing

kf4hou <kf4hou@...>
 

It's the greatest thing since slice bread hi..well moving from the dark ages into the newer digital realm of the QSL card. And just think how many germs get passed arnd on traditional QSL cards hi. You dont know where that hand has been young man. And ARRL is already moving towards Electronic QSL cards in the future that we US hams will have to Pay for like Verisign service hmmm lots of money I see going down the drain with the Log book of the world ARRL's idea.
Something like 10 or 20 dollars for maybe 10 QSL cards sent out . And maybe your right on being charged for EQSL cards but, if everyone makes a donation it will stay free somewhat anyway. And you can get them proffesnial printed out and sent to via snail mail too.
And for me on my very very very limited budget Eqsl is right up my alley. Give em 5 dollars and exchange 2000 QSL's that a bargain too me. But, I guess the future will tell us everthing abt it. And it wil all come out in the wash. 73


Yuck, eQSLing is easy, but so impersonal and to print the "cards" you
have to print an entire sheet just to get one "card". Not to
mention, the cards are ugly and you can't write comments. Just won't
ever seem like real QSLs. Not to mention, there will be a day when
they feel they have enough people "hooked" on the service, then
they'll start charging for the use of it. I can see it coming.

Duffy - WB8NUT

--- In 070@y..., "Sean &#92;(G4UCJ&#92;)" <g4ucj.shack@n...> wrote:
Hi All, the eqsl service is free to register and collect
cards/upload log files. You can make a donation if you wish, but most
of the facilities are free. I have received nearly 500 eqsl's and
have uploaded my complete 2001 log to eqsl. The "authenticity
guarantee" is also free, just email a scanned copy of your license. I
like the eqsl service but also like real cards too. If anyone has had
a qso with me in the last year, go onto eqsl and your card will be
waiting. Like the others, I have not paid a penny for this service,
although the guilt factor is telling me that I should make a donation.
73
Sean Gilbert G4UCJ
IO92PA SP93 EU005
Member: RSGB FISTS RSARS GWQRP PODXS 070's
RSGB COUNTY MORSE EXAMINER

Email: g4ucj.shack@n...
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Re: Eqsl-ing

Beischel <wb8nut@...>
 

Yuck, eQSLing is easy, but so impersonal and to print the "cards" you
have to print an entire sheet just to get one "card". Not to
mention, the cards are ugly and you can't write comments. Just won't
ever seem like real QSLs. Not to mention, there will be a day when
they feel they have enough people "hooked" on the service, then
they'll start charging for the use of it. I can see it coming.

Duffy - WB8NUT

--- In 070@y..., "Sean &#92;(G4UCJ&#92;)" <g4ucj.shack@n...> wrote:
Hi All, the eqsl service is free to register and collect
cards/upload log files. You can make a donation if you wish, but most
of the facilities are free. I have received nearly 500 eqsl's and
have uploaded my complete 2001 log to eqsl. The "authenticity
guarantee" is also free, just email a scanned copy of your license. I
like the eqsl service but also like real cards too. If anyone has had
a qso with me in the last year, go onto eqsl and your card will be
waiting. Like the others, I have not paid a penny for this service,
although the guilt factor is telling me that I should make a donation.
73
Sean Gilbert G4UCJ
IO92PA SP93 EU005
Member: RSGB FISTS RSARS GWQRP PODXS 070's
RSGB COUNTY MORSE EXAMINER

Email: g4ucj.shack@n...
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Re: Computer logging the PSKFest

Beischel <wb8nut@...>
 

I recently started using MixW and registered it about a week later
after I played with it extensively. The logging function is built in
to this multi digital mode program. Prior to the contest, I set up
macros just the way I wanted them for the contest. MixW
automatically indentifies the other station's call when it comes
across the screen. You just click on the call at it goes into the log
and the program will tell you if it is new, a new DXCC, new WPX or a
previous dupe. As a result, everything was automatically logged and
very rarely did I do any typing to work the contest. Just a lot of
clicking of the mouse on the screen.

Duffy - WB8NUT

--- In 070@y..., N3DQU@a... wrote:
So who all used a computer to log the PSKFest? Any good/bad
experiences to
relate? I used W3KM's Gen Log. First time I had ever used a
computer logger,
and except for a glitch that I may have caused myself, the program
worked fb!
Jay N3DQU.


Re: Digipan

N3DQU@...
 

In a message dated 1/25/2002 2:00:59 PM Eastern Standard Time, AA8QQJMauch@... writes:


TDW.MAC or RUMBLE.MAC.  Now I only have to load them for the tests, and for
normal ops the everyday macros load with Digipan. 


   Speaking of the TDW, we still need one more bonus station to get things set up for June. East coast, Left coast and central Europe are covered...Any volunteers?? Jay N3DQU.


Re: Digipan

AA8QQJMauch@...
 

Hi Don,

Ok, now I remember what I had to do when I had the exact same problem with
Digipan.

The "Default" macros "appear" to be saved to the default.mac file. In
actuality, they are, But! they are also saved in the Digipan.INI file and
these are what are loaded when you start Digipan. Open the .INI file and
edit these macros, save it, then start Digipan. The macros should be back to
where you want them. What I did after fixing that was set up my new
nonstandard contest macros and save them in a .MAC file with names such as
TDW.MAC or RUMBLE.MAC. Now I only have to load them for the tests, and for
normal ops the everyday macros load with Digipan.

Hope this helps,
73 cu on the waterfall,
Jay - AA8QQ


Re: Digipan

n0bhc
 

In a message dated 1/25/02 11:05:38 AM Central Standard Time, w3hf@... writes:


I think the files have a .mac extension. Somehow you must have
saved the "Field Day" setup. When operating at a club station, I
created my own set of macros and saved them as w3hf.mac. (I'm pretty
sure Digipan set the extension.) You can use a similar procedure.



Steve was right on.  I just checked and the DigiPan macro file is titled "default.mac".  The file contains such mysteries as "Call1" "CQ" "BTU" etc.  Open it with Notepad and you should be able to edit the information.
Good Luck,
Bob N0BHC


Re: Computer logging the PSKFest

"Luděk Salač <ludek.salac@...>
 

DigiPan 1.6d

Ludek, OK1VSL


Re: Computer logging the PSKFest

Bills4570@...
 

All,

Now that I have read a few responses to this question,
I'm almost embarrassed to say that I used a Crown
Zellerbach product called paper 1.1 and Eberhardt Faber
pencil ver 1.01.

I'm kinda new at this, and I have not yet figured out how
to make Digipan, logging program, rig control program,
and antenna pointing programs run simultaneously......
but the trusty pencil never fails.

It gets pretty complicated scanning entries for dupes;
especially when it's near the end and sleep deprivation
causes one to miss obvious dupes. (I almost missed one
dupe for a station I had worked just 5 minutes earlier!!!).

There's no doubt though, that as PSK contest competition
gets keener and more tightly contested, some level of
automation will be required for the single op
category...... so come on folks! Gimme the solution! I
want a logging program that automatically records the
exchange from the data available on screen, initiated by
the next transmit. No entries, no drag and drop, no
keyboarding the data, no commands, no mouse clicks; just
a good screen capture of the qso exchange data already
available on the screen.

Gimme that, and I'll toss the pencil and paper. I'll
even PAY for it!.

73, Bill
KG6EXF

So who all used a computer to log the PSKFest? Any good/bad experiences to
relate? I used W3KM's Gen Log. First time I had ever used a computer logger,
and except for a glitch that I may have caused myself, the program worked fb!
Jay N3DQU.


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Re: Computer logging the PSKFest

Ernest Mills <emills@...>
 

Dupes! sure. It is not automatic but you have plenty of time to do a "search" on the 'entered' call sign while the return exchange is being sent :) This will tell ya! if you have worked him before or not. In contesting you don't want to worry about working dupes during the heat of the battle as it is easier to work him than send " sorry OM we have worked on 20 m before"  Yea! we do need a full featured psk contest program but I manage well with Digipan :)  Ernie

----- Original Message -----
From: N3DQU@...
To: 070@...
Sent: Thursday, January 24, 2002 3:25 PM
Subject: Re: [070] Computer logging the PSKFest

In a message dated 1/24/02 3:10:22 PM Eastern Standard Time, ebruchac@... writes:


I used the logging function of Digipan,(1.6)
Works, but you have to do some light editing to make it presentable..
Ed N4ZUM


   Yeah, that is a good general purpose logger but wont check the dupes for ya...Jay.

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Re: Computer logging the PSKFest

kg9ni <kg9ni@...>
 

After reading the other responses, this is going to sound crazy to
most of you.

I was juggling cats!...I wish now that I had a screenshot of my
desktop computer during the contest. Here's the scenario: digipan
running in 1/2 of my screen. Upper right corner of the screen has my
general purpose freeware logger that I absolutely love (but I've tried
nothing else)--XMLog. The lower right corner had Excel with a
spreadsheet set up to function as a dupe sheet.

Here's the procedure that I used...like I said--this is nuts!:

1. On contact, I start the cold/lifeless macro exchange; edit the rst
in the text if not 599--most were--even the little guys! (really!).
2. Use the mouse to copy the call from Digipan (right click, "copy").

3. I hit "add new" in XMLog which auto-completes the
time/date/mode/power/and frequency (through connection with radio) and
paste the call into the record. (right click, "paste" or CTRL-V)
4. Record the RST in the fields & hit ADD button...it goes into the
database and completes the name/address information from the QRZ
database.
5. Then copy the call to the excel spreadsheet and place an X in the
appropriate column. I was busier than a 1-armed paperhanger (no
offense intended to any 1-armed paperhangers that are out there).
Occassionally sort the sheet by call...try to see where dupes are in
between.
6. Okay, one QSO down...repeat until braindead.

I am certainly wishing for some contest software for next time! :) The
system worked, but it could have been easier....I eventually fell into
a routine. I think my mouse decided it had enough and wanted to find
employment elsewhere, but I held it firmly in place until the end! ;)

73,
Ernest, (the long-winded-answer guy)
kg9ni

--- In 070@y..., N3DQU@a... wrote:
So who all used a computer to log the PSKFest? Any good/bad
experiences to
relate? I used W3KM's Gen Log. First time I had ever used a computer
logger,
and except for a glitch that I may have caused myself, the program
worked fb!
Jay N3DQU.


Re: Computer logging the PSKFest

Barry Rimmer
 

MixW 2.02
72, Barry K4MG


Re: Computer logging the PSKFest

Tom <tomias@...>
 

MixW 2

Tom, k3psk

----- Original Message -----
From: <N3DQU@aol.com>
To: <070@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Thursday, January 24, 2002 12:57 PM
Subject: [070] Computer logging the PSKFest


So who all used a computer to log the PSKFest? Any good/bad experiences
to
relate? I used W3KM's Gen Log. First time I had ever used a computer
logger,
and except for a glitch that I may have caused myself, the program worked
fb!
Jay N3DQU.


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