Re: 2.0 Beta Default Backup Path
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> > I guess I am sort of playing the middle man here..I didn't mean to make that seem I had a problem with the role of middle man, Rick. Sorry about that :)
> Sorry about that.
> Unfortunately, I misspoke above - 1.14 still prints out the entity number. So, there's still a chance that he's running 1.14.Thank you for that info, Rick. I will post any news whenever my schizoid Yahoo mail decides to deliver me any further posts related to the problem. I am getting answers to questions hours before the original post, not getting some messages at all, etc. But I just found going to groups.yahoo.com/group/etc. seems to be better than depending on a yahoo email of each post.
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- View SourceOn Wed, Aug 21, 2013 at 7:40 PM, Gary Hinson <Gary@...> wrote:Rick Murphy, CISSP-ISSAP, K1MU/4, Annandale VA USA
I was talking about reporting i.e. output, Bill, but input should be no problem using a drop-down list box (or whatever it’s called). We use them all the time. Good thing too if you knew how bad my typing is! Failing that. A config option to use DXCC numbers or names would be feasible but somehow I doubt the extra complexity would be worth the effort.Yup. When we ask users to select a DXCC Entity, there's a drop-down list box. What's being discussed is an output from TQSL, which really shouldn't be displaying DXCC entity numbers to users.
I see that TQSL 2 currently presents the DXCC number in the “Station location information” panel.Case in point. That's an oversight, which I've now fixed.73,-Rick--