> Confirmed = Light Gray
> Worked = Red or Med Gray
> Not Worked = Black
OK, it seems you want to INVERT the colors.
I think what I can add two more check boxes:
1. Confirmed/Checked same color
2. Emphasize Needed grids (or something like that)
It sounds like you would want both boxes
When you work with LOTW or other such stuff always check afterwards in
the SAVE AS folder that you are using the DX4WIN/SAVE folder. For my
purposes I use a separate LOTW folder to save my LOTW adif files.
Afterwards, If I am not careful my SAVE AS folder will open to my LOTW
folder and I will
I would go to Jim AD1C excellent website:
https://dx4win.ad1c.us/appnotes/lotw.html and follow his instructions.
There are slight differences between ver 9 and earlier versions but
you should be able to figure it out. Other wise email me and I will
put together a little checklist of how I do it.
Yes, I agree with Jim. All kinds of info can be placed in the NOTES THIS QSO
and NOTES FOR THIS CALL. For example, today I worked NB6GC. To further
memorialize this QSO in the NOTES THIS QSO Window I entered Op: Jeff (as this
is a club station there could be many different ops). In the NOTES
Very nice Jim, thank you!!
May I make a (radical) suggestion about color? For quick reference
purposes, Confirmed and Checked are pretty much the same. Not Worked, and
Worked but not Confirmed are important. How about this for colors:
Confirmed = Light Gray
Worked = Red or Med Gray
Like you guys, I do a monthly (or after a contest) upload to LoTW,
QRZ.COM, ClubLog, and eQSL. All goes well. I am not a real eQSL user
but do my uploads for those who may desire my NV cfm thru eQSL.
After reading this I decided to try to download my eQSL confirmations
from the eQSL website to my
I uploaded a new version of the "Create VUCC Map from DX4WIN Award
http://dx4win.ad1c.us/VUCC/ - documentation etc. (not updated)
You can find my original message here:
Ref: POB 88.
When I was stationed at Kodiak Alaska there were times we would interact (to
put it nicely) with Russian Bear bombers near Adak and Attu with our USCG
C-130's. My mail came thru the Coast Guard mail room. One day I was called into
the C.O.'s office where our base security officer
You missed the point.
Tom meant non-QSO related notes (e.g., raised dipole to 60', new TS-990, new
amp, North Korea added to deleted countries, etc.). QSO related notes are easy.
I liked someone's idea about logging yourself and using that for personal
station notes. I actually still have a
I just want to throw in that if you discovered the mistake before you saved the
log you can exit without saving and the Y will be gone when you reopen DX4WIN.
In other words the log will reopen to how it was before you made the changes
but did not save the changes. A warning will come up when
hmmthat's EXACTLY what I do with Notes for this QSO. New
antenna.make a note there...when I make my first contact with that
new antenna. New micmake a note on the QSO(s) with the new mic. Country
deleted.make a note there (on that country that I just worked
that got deleted...),
If I use F3 to open the CALLSIGN/MGR lookup window. It shows me the
state, county, grid, lat/long info from the RAC. (USA Stas) When I go
to the next callsign it does the AUTO UPDATE to show the info for the
new call in the window. You have to right click on the window, then
click (tick) the
I concur. DX4WIN lost my Country file once and would not open
correctly. I have DX4WIN on two computer, a laptop for when I travel
and the main home PC. I went to the laptop and copied the country file
from it to a thumb drive, then copied this country file to the main PC
and all was well. I then
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