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Hi Sam and Ed,
that is not quite correct. The Tx
contest serial number starts at one and is reset to one when the
Contest Log is cleared ("Menu->File->Reset Cabrillo Log").
It is incremented by one after each successful QSO is logged. The
user may change the serial number at any time using the spin box
control labelled "Tx#". The current value of the Tx serial number
is persisted between sessions.
On 09/09/2020 16:29, Sam Birnbaum via
The serial number is incremented automatically. It start with
the number of records that are already in the contest log. It
you clear the contest log at the beginning of the contest iit
will start with One (1). It then increments it as it logs the
From: Ed Durrant <EdDD5LP@...>
Sent: Wed, Sep 9, 2020 11:26 am
Subject: [WSJTX] Is it possible/acceptable to use EU VHF Contest
mode for other contests?
I see that the EU VHF Contest mode in
WSJTx has two very interesting differences to normal
1. the ability to send and receive a serial number and
2. the conversion from dB values into RST.
I'm not interested in the second, but am in the first.
Does WSJTx maintain a contact sequence number for every
contact and increment it automatically?
I can't seem to find where this happens - perhaps it's
automatic and I don't have to worry about it?
Also, I would be interested to know where in WSJTx the control
of what is taken from the Adif log to create the Cabrillo one
is defined as I see in the Adi file fields that are not
transferred to the Cabrillo file which I require.
73 Ed DD5LP.