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Re: [linuxham] fldigi/fllog for Field Day

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  • Darrel Smith
    Yes, I realize the mouse click will do but these are older people using windows on a crappy netbook with a microscopic screen. The save button is barely
    Message 1 of 5 , May 25, 2012
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      Yes, I realize the mouse click will do but these are older people using windows on a crappy netbook with a microscopic screen. The save button is barely visible.

      Darrel

      On 2012-05-25, at 12:54 PM, Marty Hartwell wrote:

      > Hi
      >
      > A mouse click away from getting the log entry logged. On the log page is
      > a curved arrow click point on the bottom center. Help also will show how
      > to do this.
      >
      > Marty kd8bj
      > PS. heh heh I isn't often I can say to look in the help, usually on the
      > receiving end of that one.
      >
      >
      > On 05/25/2012 12:29 PM, Darrel Smith wrote:
      >> Last night, at our club meeting, we played around with fldigi/fllog and
      >> several questions came up from people trying it out but usually used
      >> other log programs. First, everyone wanted a log of their contacts on
      >> the client computer, mainly as a backup in case the server dies. I think
      >> I remember this happened awhile ago but I could be wrong. Second, if
      >> contact with the server is lost for some mysterious reason I think
      >> fldigi reverts to a client log but I don't think it will upload those to
      >> the server when the connection returns. The only other complaint was
      >> that enter does not log the call but hit the F6 macro for logging seemed
      >> to satisfy most. Most of the queries came from the SSB people.
      >>
      >> Darrel, VE7CUS
      >>
      >>
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