5.0 Released 3/19/2002
- Fixed international date format in ADIF export
- Added live multiband WAS and DXCC status tracking,
- Added a macro switch /f to send text from a text file
- Added the ability to manually send any text file on the fly
- Improved call sign lookup performance.
- Created "Real" help files that can be access from W1SQLPSK or
from the program menu group
- Memory for screen sizes and position saved between sessions
- Debugged international decimal problem
- Changes prefix lookup to better capture many of the new call sign prefixes
that are on the air today
- Changed the <<d macro switch to send UTC instead of local date/time
- Upgraded the database engine
configuration from the maintain button to a menu off the menu bar.
the macro set up and maintenance.
call sign lookup
log fields populated directly from W1SQLPSK
the ability to copy and paste text from the Receive window directly to the
logging field. (Right Click on the Receive window for popup menu) No more
re-typing data from the station!!
support for large font text
internal memory and resource management changes.
the ability to save the contents of the Receive window to a text file.
macro switch <<sqso to save the receive window from a macro
macro switch <<clearrx to clear the main receive window from a macro
macro switch <<clearlog to clear all the log info from the main screen
ADIF export only for use with http://www.eQSL.cc.
This will send the minimum fields need for eQSL to process your electronic
188.8.131.52 Released June 27, 2001
dynamic resizing of the screen. For people running resolutions higher then
800x600, the waterspray and receive windows will grow or shrink as the screen
- Added the ability to fill the expanded channel window with all
text from the channel. Right click on a channel and choose Expand Window.
The expanded windows can now be re-sized.
the call sign to the main screen. The fly by pop up still works but now the
call sign now shows directly on the main screen.
signal information to a popup window. Freq, RST, mode and channel number can
all be viewed by right clicking on a channel and selecting Show Channel
- Automatic logging feature. Add the <<cl to any macro and the program
will check to see if the QSO has been logged. If not, it will log it for
program is no longer forced to run from the C drive. It can be installed on
any drive and in any path. For new installations you will be prompted with
the default path and you can change it if you wish.
local date and time to the bottom of the program for easy
sign lookup information is now displayed in a pop up when data is found in
the call book
new macro switches
- <<cl This will confirm that the current QSO is logged
- <<d Will send Date/time
function keys to control the program and accelerator keys for macros.
Comma, Tab delimited exports
bug that was not saving information when making configuration
bug that was not saving "On the fly" macro changes.
Clk Error bug
backspace bug in the receive window.
missing data from log entries
transmit key up problem with macros.
184.108.40.206 Revised March 2, 2001
problem when changing transmit change. Some times the old transmit channel
would not turn back to white.
com port 1 not keying problem.
power value in config table not being used in PSK
macro switch to send a new line <<l (That's a lowercase L). This will
insert a carriage return and line feed
control for DTR and RTS keying of com ports.
220.127.116.11 Revised Feb 23, 2001
different text color and headers to separate transmitted text and received
- Fixed a
bug that was causing the call sign to be sent repeatedly.
18.104.22.168 Revised Feb 21, 2001
Added transmit text echo in the receive window.
Added Log entry acknowledgement
Added the ability to open a
logbook form directly from the main program.
Fixed a bug that mis-calculated
the transmit frequency.
Added macro switches
<<n this will send the other station operator's name
Added macro switches
<<i this will send the other station IMD
Added macro switches
<<p this will send your power as it appear in the log info section
22.214.171.124 Feb 1, 2001
First release to general public
Since May 21, 2001