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Re: [aprsisce] Objects FYI

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  • Lynn W. Deffenbaugh
    Yes, to kill an object, do as Colin suggested below ( 1 ). But after sending the kill for a while, you can remove the entire block or set the
    Message 1 of 11 , May 28, 2010
      Yes, to kill an object, do as Colin suggested below (<Kill>1</Kill>).
      But after sending the kill for a while, you can remove the entire block
      or set the ISEnabled and RFEnabled both to 0 to prevent it transmitting
      until you need it again. Of course, remember to change Kill back to 0
      if you do re-enable the transmission of the object!

      Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ

      Colin Catlin wrote:
      > I'm not certain since I haven't actually done it yet.
      > But I think you just change:
      >
      > <Kill>0</Kill>
      >
      > to:
      >
      > <Kill>1</Kill>
      >
      > hopefully someone who has actually done it will come along& confirm that for you.
      >
      >
      >
      > 73,
      > Colin.
      >
      >
      > On 28/05/2010 16:55, kd4dra@... wrote:
      >
      >> Ok that's fine when you discontinue the object what do you do just remove the whole thing or you just change Interval to 0
      >> Thanks Rick
      >>
      >> ------Original Message------
      >> From: Colin Catlin
      >> Sender: aprsisce@yahoogroups.com
      >> To: aprsisce@yahoogroups.com
      >> ReplyTo: aprsisce@yahoogroups.com
      >> Subject: Re: [aprsisce] Objects FYI
      >> Sent: May 28, 2010 10:37 AM
      >>
      >> Hi Rick, I'll put it here for others to benefit from:<!--Object[0] --> <Object Name="WRC-Meet"> <Comment>Next Radio Club Meeting on Monday 7th June @19:00BST</Comment> <Table>/</Table> <Symbol>.</Symbol> <Latitude>54.642361</Latitude> <Longitude>-3.537439</Longitude> <DAO>2</DAO> <HHMMSS>1</HHMMSS> <Interval>59</Interval> <Kill>0</Kill> <ISEnabled>1</ISEnabled> <RFEnabled>0</RFEnabled> <RFPath>WIDE2-1</RFPath> <LastTransmit>2010-05-28T13: 05:28</LastTransmit> </Object> <!--Object[0] --> I hope that helps. 73, Colin. On 28/05/2010 15:27, kd4dra@yahoo. com wrote:
      >> Ya do that cause when I put the symbol in it doesn't work. Or you could send direct to kd4dra@yahoo. com Thanks Rick
      >> Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry
      >> From: Colin Catlin<colin2e0xsd@ sky.com> Date: Fri, 28 May 2010 15:02:35 +0100 To:<aprsisce@yahoogroup s.com> Subject: Re: [aprsisce] Objects FYI I use the 'X' in the object that shows our Club's Meeting place (look for WRC-Meet). If it would help I could cut& paste the object from my XML& post it here for you. 73, Colin. On 28/05/2010 12:58, kd4dra@yahoo. com wrote:
      >> 100s, last year 40 flew over the house I got some real close pictures and talk to a couple pilots as they went over, can send pictures if you like. I'll go change the dot now, have to first find symbol. Rick PS the X and the Dot are the same in your program what is X. Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry -----Original Message----- From: "Lynn W. Deffenbaugh"<kj4erj@arrl. net> Date: Fri, 28 May 2010 07:42:45 To:<aprsisce@yahoogroup s.com> Subject: Re: [aprsisce] Objects FYI Yes, now that I know what you're intending. I thought KD4DRA was going to be a balloon, hence the Oz reference (flying house and all that). You could use a . (dot) for the object. That's an X and stands for...well.. ..X, as in X marks the spot or eXit? It shows up better than the red dot. I checked out the http://www.freedomw eekendaloft. org/ web site. Looks like a fun thing to do over Memorial day weekend! If I was closer, I'd actually consider driv
      >> Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry
      >>
      >>
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