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First call inADIF file


nubsey
 

When I transfer the adif file into my main log, the first contact made does not display the callsign and I have to enter this manually. Any ideas
Nubsey G0VDZ


Klaus Werner
 

Which logging pogramme do you use?

I used to have this with the Ham Radio Delux logbook until I discovered an interesting video on QSO forwarding: https://youtu.be/sUaPYdlYnQs

Saves loading the WSJTX log file.

73 Klaus G7RTI


nubsey
 


Hi Klaus, thanks for that, but no good for me. I am using N3FJP, and it does not appear to have that function.

All the best and stay safe. Nubsey G0VDZ


------ Original Message ------
From: "Klaus Werner via groups.io" <klaus.werner@...>
Sent: 18/11/2020 22:49:54
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] First call inADIF file

Which logging pogramme do you use?

I used to have this with the Ham Radio Delux logbook until I discovered an interesting video on QSO forwarding: https://youtu.be/sUaPYdlYnQs

Saves loading the WSJTX log file.

73 Klaus G7RTI


HamApps Support (VK3AMA)
 

On 19/11/2020 8:56 am, nubsey via groups.io wrote:
When I transfer the adif file into my main log, the first contact made does not display the callsign and I have to enter this manually. Any ideas
Nubsey G0VDZ
Very likely the "<eoh>" defect where the "<eoh>" tag is incorrectly written as "<eh>" in the adif file. A one-time manual edit is all that you need.

de Laurie VK3AMA


Alek Petkovic
 

I had the same trouble.

It is fixed in v2.3.0-rc2

73, Alek, VK6APK


Alek Petkovic
 

Not quite correct. If you delete log.adi file after uploading to your logging program, you have to delete it, so that you don't duplicate those contacts in your log.
That means you have to go and make the correction after every deletion.
Using v2.3.0-rc2 is a much easier fix.
73, Alek, VK6APK.