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Different thread than this one, and evidently you're agreeing
with me as I wrote there:
"Y'all do know that JT-Alert will interface with ACLog (which is
the N3FJP logger's actual name) to log to the logger's database,
and direct ACLog to upload directly to LoTW, as well as eQSL and
Club Log if you use them."
On 1/13/2020 4:07 PM, Dave Alexander
replying to your statement about N3FJP and WSJT-X
are you sure you replied to the correct thread?? This one's
talking about a way that keeps the enable TX button from
On 1/13/2020 3:47 PM, Dave Alexander
strange. I have been using N3FJP’s ACL with WSJT-X and
JTAlert exclusively and it works flawlessly. I have 7078
It does not ... the WSJT-X is built so that the operator
initiates the next Tx sequence if calling CQ.
On 1/13/2020 1:04 PM, chuckc192000 via
JTDX has a "1 QSO" button to determine
if Enable Tx button is disabled after one QSO. I can't
remember if WSJT-X has that same button.