[Dx4win] Exporting DX4WIN Log File

2012-05-22 Thread Jon
Gentlemen, I am wanting to export the DX4WIN Log file in a ADIF format for insertion in another program for testing. I notice that the default DX4WIN file is a .DXL format. I am still having Radio Time Out issues and want to use another logging program for a few days in hopes of isolating the

Re: [Dx4win] Exporting DX4WIN Log File

2012-05-22 Thread Jim Reisert AD1C
On Tue, May 22, 2012 at 8:40 AM, Jon mot...@verizon.net wrote: I am wanting to export the DX4WIN Log file in a ADIF format for insertion in another program for testing. From the main window (the one that says DX4WIN #.## call name at the top), File | Import/Export In the new window, make sure

[Dx4win] All Spots are Grayed Out

2012-05-22 Thread Bud Governale, W3LL
All spots are now showing up grayed out. Verified those that should not be grayed out are showing up in gray. Preferences match DX4WIN running on other computers here with no grayed out issues. I haven't make any changes. Been working properly with spot colors over the last few years. Using V

Re: [Dx4win] Exporting DX4WIN Log File

2012-05-22 Thread Tony McClenny
Jon, If you discover the solution, please post for all as I am using a new Windows 7 64 bit O/S and DX4WIN is constantly losing the radio connection- a problem not previously experienced with Win XP in 11 years... I have removed all Power turn off ability in Control Panel for all items

[Dx4win] Splitting a file

2012-05-22 Thread Alan Maslin
Hi...I have been using DX4WIN for quite a while. While using it I had a change of my call sign but I just continued to add QSO's to the same data file. (I know..I shouldn't have done it that way). Now I'd like to upload to LoTW using both my old call sign and my new one. Is there a way for me

Re: [Dx4win] Exporting DX4WIN Log File

2012-05-22 Thread Barry
FWIW, I went from XP to Win7 with a new laptop a few months ago. I'm using an USB to 2 COM port box made by Easy Sync, model es-u-1002-m. I picked it up on Ebay for about $20, as I recall. I've had no problems whatsoever with it, controlling the radio with one port and sending CW with the

Re: [Dx4win] Splitting a file

2012-05-22 Thread Dave Sharred
Alan This is quite simple; but I would recommend that you filter your log, and set the call signs up as groups, assuming you are talking about USA calls only?? 1) ensure that you have a call sign attached to all of your logs. I would hope that ion the Group filed in your QSO window, you see

Re: [Dx4win] Splitting a file

2012-05-22 Thread John Shaw
One way would be to export the whole log for LoTW and assign the appropriate date range option when you are using TQSL to sign it. Run it twice once with the range for you old call then again for the new one giving them a logical name so you know which is which then upload the resulting files to

Re: [Dx4win] All Spots are Grayed Out

2012-05-22 Thread Jim Reisert AD1C
On Tue, May 22, 2012 at 9:15 AM, Bud Governale, W3LL w...@arrl.net wrote: All spots are now showing up grayed out. It sounds like your configuration file may be corrupt. Exit DX4WIN Delete DX4WIN.CFG from your SAVE directory Start DX4WIN See if this fixes the problem. If not, exit DX4WIN,

Re: [Dx4win] Splitting a file

2012-05-22 Thread Jim Reisert AD1C
On Tue, May 22, 2012 at 9:23 AM, Alan Maslin amas...@msn.com wrote: Hi...I have been using DX4WIN for quite a while. While using it I had a change of my call sign but I just continued to add QSO's to the same data file. (I know..I shouldn't have done it that way). Now I'd like to upload