Greetings "Alex, VE3NEA"
The situation has been resolved. I went into the logging program
and found two different spots where my home QTH was inaccurate or
only partially correct. When I corrected those the path line is
very accurate. Thanks again Alex for pointing me in the right
Chuck Richards, WD0HQY
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, "Chuck R" <cmrichards1@...>
> -Greetings "Alex, VE3NEA"
> Of course DXAtlas would not know the contact path. I should have
> been smart enough to figure that out. I am using DXKeeper, the
> logging program that is part of the DXLab suite of software.
> much for steering me in a different direction.
> Chuck Richards
> -- In email@example.com, "Alex, VE3NEA" <alshovk@>
> > Hi Chuck,
> > DX Atlas knows nothing about your contacts and cannot show your
> paths. It
> > must be some other program that plots the path on the Atlas map,
> such as
> > your logger or cluster monitor. It is that program that defines
> the path
> > geometry. Which program are you using with DX Atlas?
> > 73 Alex VE3NEA
> > Forgive me if this has been covered elsewhere but I did a search
> > really couldn't find an answer.
> > I have set my home location using both the grid square
> > also the actual lon. and lat. numbers. The icon looks like it is
> > the correct location. However when I make a contact the Path Line
> > originates from a different location, one that appears to be the
> > base location for the grid square. For example my grid square is
> > EN37su and the path line seems to originate at EN37aa. Perhaps
> > is normal but if I can set things for a more accurate portrayal I
> > would like to do that. Any suggestions or tips would be greatly
> > appreciated.
> > Thanks,
> > Chuck Richards
> > WD0HQY
> > 73