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  • At 12:24 AM 1/31/2013, Steve Daniels wrote: >It been around for over a year, had the choice of comments on pages or a >forum, maybe comments on pages would be better. Steve, based on my experience managing a large MediaWiki wiki, I suggest not allowing comments on pages. You really have to pay attention to catch comments that people post. As an APRSISCE/32 user, I'd much prefer...
    Bob Burns W9RXR Jan 31, 2013
  • At 06:32 PM 1/14/2013, Lynn W Deffenbaugh (Mr) wrote: >Now if anyone has a D72 they'd like to part with for cheap, please >contact me off-list! I'm a few days behind this conversation, but let me toss out an idea. If a happy user of your program were to set up a fund that took up a collection among other happy users to buy you a radio, would that be a tax problem? I'd be happy to...
    Bob Burns W9RXR Jan 16, 2013
  • At 01:11 PM 12/30/2012, grumpyguard2000 wrote: >I am currently using a Garmin GPS 60 connected to a TT3+. What do I >need to have connected to my computer to show APRS locations of near by hams? You need a TNC that can receive as well as transmit and you need a TNC with a computer interface (which most have). The TinyTrak3 is a good APRS tracker, but it is what some folks call a...
    Bob Burns W9RXR Dec 30, 2012
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  • At 01:03 PM 12/21/2012, Rob Giuliano wrote: >Now I am confused? >Is the jest that he really CANNOT return the favour? :) Yes, Rob, that's my take on it. Since James is rarely, if ever, wrong, there's little chance for me to return the favor. I'm really kinda bummed about it. Just when you think a guy is leaving you an opening, SLAM, he shuts the door on you. Hopefully, I can...
    Bob Burns W9RXR Dec 22, 2012
  • At 07:29 AM 12/21/2012, Lynn W Deffenbaugh (Mr) wrote: >Rule #1 for any electronics-water encounter - turn it off ASAP and >pull the battery! Good advice, but tough to accomplish with some smart phones (iPhones and Droid RAZRs to name two). Bob...
    Bob Burns W9RXR Dec 21, 2012
  • On Thu, Dec 20, 2012 at 11:33 AM, James Ewen wrote: > Bob's statement is incorrect... the pertinent section from the UI-View > help file is right here: You are correct that I'm incorrect. I spake without sufficient knowledge. The UI-View help file clears it up. Bob...
    Bob Burns W9RXR Dec 20, 2012
  • In the configuration of the GPS port in UI-View there was an option to send the GPS strings back out on a virtual COM port. No external program was required to implement that port. It was done within UI-View. Bob...
    Bob Burns W9RXR Dec 20, 2012
  • At 11:03 AM 12/15/2012, Adam Mahnke wrote: >One is the position which filters what's displayed on the face of >the radio. There is another one that affects what goes to the comm port. I don't believe so, Adam. Every packet the radio hears and decodes goes to the COM port in APRS mode regardless of the packet filtering set up in Menu 609. Bob...
    Bob Burns W9RXR Dec 15, 2012
  • At 03:02 AM 12/15/2012, Lynn W Deffenbaugh (Mr) wrote: >Remember, the stations that show up at 0,0 are ones for which >APRSISCE/32 hasn't heard a position, so they probably wouldn't be >subject to any position-based filters even if there was such a thing. Would it be possible to keep a separate list of position-less beacons rather than simply plotting them at 0,0? To a certain...
    Bob Burns W9RXR Dec 15, 2012
  • At 09:03 PM 12/8/2012, James Ewen wrote: >Trying to replicate every bit of information available in every wiki >on the internet in every other wiki is a lot of replicated work. A man with two non-identical clocks really doesn't know what time it is. Either or both of his clocks could be wrong. Same goes for information on the Internet. Unfortunately, the more times it's duplicated...
    Bob Burns W9RXR Dec 8, 2012