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Re: [Xlog-discussion] Xdx Operation Question

From: Rob Frohne
Subject: Re: [Xlog-discussion] Xdx Operation Question
Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2007 23:26:41 -0700

Thanks Harry, et. al., 

I'm a bit new to the packet cluster commands, so I'm still figuring out
how to automatically connect.  The apropos seems to give commands I can
do once I am connected.

Unchecking the sound doesn't help me with the beeps (They still occur.),
and turning off the system beep affects other programs that I would like
to be able to beep me.  So while I learned a lot, and I have some work
arounds, I'm still not there yet.

Thanks again & 73,


On Wed, 2007-07-18 at 20:36 +0300, Harry Popov wrote:
> Strange... That was my first message on this list. When I got the list
> distributed copy I was surprised to see whole words missing from my
> message. Is there any filters on Joop?
> So here agaim all corrected:
> On Wed, 2007-07-18 at 20:25 +0300, Harry Popov wrote:
> Hi Rob,
> > I have been using Xdx a little while, and I would like to turn off the
> > beeps that it does everytime another station is spotted.
> Uncheck the "Sound" in XDX and that all. If it is still beeping then you
> should disable sound in the cluster used. That is with command send to
> cluster machine. Use "apropo ...." for details
> > Also, is there a way to automatically connect to the
> > cluster you wish to when the program is launched? 
> Yes it is possible, at lieast works for me. Open:
> Settings > Prefferences and check: Enable autologin. Then in the blank
> field bellow lable write all commands you usualy type via the keyboard.
> If more than one separate them by comma. Do not forget to change NOCALL 
> with your real call sign.
> All above works for me in all XDX versions since v 2.x
> Hope this helps and excuse my spare English.
> 73, Harry LZ1BB
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