locked Replacing WSJT-X Log #logging


K9MK
 

Thanks to Laurie VK3AMA here, and to Mark W2OR for the multiple off line emails that helped me out here.

I found out, quite by accident today, that the decoded stations that I "worked before" showing inside a red tile was inactive when on the WSJT-x settings-reporting tab, the UDP boxes are/were unchecked.
Once checked, and the program restarted, the red tiles for all worked before stations from my restored log were now showing on the main WSJTx decodes screen. :-)

Problem solved here, many thanks for the assists here!

73, Mike K9MK/7 DN28tk


Phil Davidson
 

have you tried HDD recovery software via the new pc?

On Tue, 28 Jun 2022 at 08:05, JTAlert Support (VK3AMA) <
vk3ama.ham.apps@...> wrote:

On 28/06/2022 11:27, K9MK wrote:
is there a way to take my FT-8 logs from either LOTW or maybe DXLab's
DXKeeper and import or back annotate or copy that back to WSJT-X somehow?
Maybe that procedure is already in here somewhere but I'm missing it.

Thanks....
Easy, replace the wsjtx adi log file with an adif export from DXKeeper.

de Laurie VK3AMA






JTAlert Support (VK3AMA)
 

On 28/06/2022 11:27, K9MK wrote:
is there a way to take my FT-8 logs from either LOTW or maybe DXLab's DXKeeper and import or back annotate or copy that back to WSJT-X somehow? Maybe that procedure is already in here somewhere but I'm missing it.

Thanks....
Easy, replace the wsjtx adi log file with an adif export from DXKeeper.

de Laurie VK3AMA


K9MK
 

Greetings to the group,

I lost a HDD yesterday so I went out and replaced the PC. A fresh copy of WSJT-X is loaded and everything is functioning. But over the year I have worked many, so to avoid numerous "dupes", is there a way to take my FT-8 logs from either LOTW or maybe DXLab's DXKeeper and import or back annotate or copy that back to WSJT-X somehow? Maybe that procedure is already in here somewhere but I'm missing it.

Thanks....

73, Mike K9MK