Joe Subich, W4TV
JT Alert scans your logbook when you start (or when you do atoggle quoted message Show quoted text
"rebuild") and builds a B4 table. It adds QSOs to that B4
table as you work them but *ONLY ON THE MACHINE ON WHICH*
*JT Alert IS RUNNING*. You *CAN NOT* use one copy of JT Alert
to monitor two instances of WSJTX and/or two computers.
That is simply not possible given the current implementation
of JT Alert.
... Joe, W4TV
On 2022-09-30 9:08 AM, Dave Tucker Nu4N wrote:
Well I guess I really need to explain myself. I think I have a setting wrong in JT ALERT. I probably should have gone the the HAMAPPS group but any way. On my other computer when I work a station I expect to be grayed as a dupe. But it does not gray out.