locked Re: Display the last few QSOs from WSJT-X log


n9bt@...
 

I was not able to get the script to work, in my case it didn't find the directory where the wsjtx.log file is stored.  However if I open a powershell in Windows 10, then navigate the the directory manually (in my case C:\Users\William Thompson\appdata\local\WSJT-X) and then executed "get-content wsjtx.log -tail 3 -wait", I get output like this:
2020-01-07,02:00:45,2020-01-07,02:01:45,K8JTD,EM79,3.574526,FT8,-03,-07,45,,
2020-01-07,03:06:15,2020-01-07,03:07:00,NG4C,FM16,3.574828,FT8,-12,-16,45,,
2020-01-07,03:17:45,2020-01-07,03:18:45,P49X,FK52,3.574828,FT8,+01,-23,50,,
After I work another station, it adds that QSO's text to another row so it looks like:
2020-01-07,02:00:45,2020-01-07,02:01:45,K8JTD,EM79,3.574526,FT8,-03,-07,45,,
2020-01-07,03:06:15,2020-01-07,03:07:00,NG4C,FM16,3.574828,FT8,-12,-16,45,,
2020-01-07,03:17:45,2020-01-07,03:18:45,P49X,FK52,3.574828,FT8,+01,-23,50,,
2020-01-09,23:56:45,2020-01-09,23:58:45,K0SWT,EM37,3.574839,FT8,-08,-08,45,,
Every station I work results in another row of data.  I don't know what he did to just see the callsign in the data (I'm not good with "powershell") but this is good enough for me.
Bill
N9BT

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