RE: [N1MM] How to have Multiple N1MM Setups
You can configure two radios, one for 2 meters and the other for 6m. Use the
PAUSE key to switch between Entry windows and radios. Enter the QSO's in the
proper Entry window so the correct frequency is logged. Alternately disable
radio control, configure for SO1V, use as many radios as you want, and set
the band & mode before logging the first QSO on a band change.
You can only run one version of N1MM Logger.
From: N1MMLogger@yahoogroups.com [mailto:N1MMLogger@yahoogroups.com] On
Behalf Of wb2pjh
Sent: Tuesday, April 23, 2013 4:11 PM
Subject: [N1MM] How to have Multiple N1MM Setups
I have two radios and am trying to find a way to choose which one I want to
work with N1MM. I'm not looking to normally operate SO2R. I looked in the
documentation and copied my N1MM.INI file, renamed it, created a shortcut to
N1MM, and made the changes to the program. I get the same settings whether I
launch the program from the original N1MM shortcut or the new shortcut. This
makes sense since they both link to N1NM.EXE which doesn't know which ini
file to read. What's the right way to set this up - do I need to create two
directories with two complete versions of the program or is there an easier
Part two is more complicated. If I operate in a VHF contest I will want to
use radio 1 for 2 meters and radio 2 for 6 meters. This puts me in the SO2R
department. Do I need a third version of N1MM for this instance?
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