[WT-support] Station Type
Bob Wilson, N6TV
n6tv at arrl.net
Mon Jan 14 09:19:01 CET 2013
Many people run into this problem when operating as a Multi-2. They
forget to set RUN1 and RUN2.
Assuming all RUN1 QSOs were made on the computer called STN1 (or similar),
and all RUN2 QSOs were made STN2, it's a simple matter (for those skilled
with advanced text editors), to use Win-Test to export the log as a .txt
file, including the station name, then copy and paste that column of data
(only) into your Cabrillo file, changing STN1 to "0" and STN2 to "1".
If you don't have an editor that can paste columns, just send me your .WT4
file (*not* your Cabrillo file), and I'll do it for you. You can locate
your .WT4 file by selecting File | Explore | /log directory from the
On Sun, Jan 13, 2013 at 1:14 PM, <Georgek5kg at aol.com> wrote:
> We ran a two-transmitter network in WinTest for yesterday's NAQP. We got
> nearly to the end of the contest before I realized that I had not set the
> Station Type for Run-1 and Run-2 for the two radios. Since all Qsos were
> logged as Run-1, I now must go thru several hundred Qsos and change them
> from Run-1 to Run-2.
> Is there an easy way to do this in the log? I know that I can go thru the
> Cab file and do a search and replace in Note Pad, but I would like to do it
> in the log file if I can.
> Here is a suggestion: In WT, have a message prompt the operator to set the
> Station Type when a network is established. I'm sure that many users would
> benefit by having this feature.
> 73, George, K5KG
> George Wagner, K5KG
> Sarasota, FL
> 941-400-1960 cell
> Support mailing list
> support at win-test.com
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