|Subject:||Re: [Xlog-discussion] Help with Cabrillo?|
|Date:||Tue, 16 Mar 2010 15:38:56 -0400|
|User-agent:||Mozilla-Thunderbird 188.8.131.52 (X11/20090706)|
John B. Egger wrote:
This is the first time I've used a logging program to generate a Cabrillo-format log, and I could use some help. (I've filed Cabrillo logs before, creating them manually using spreadsheet programs... believe me, automatic generation is better!)In the ARRL-DX-CW contest I simply used my everyday log, entering the other station's power in one of my RST columns; the other RST column was populated from my transceiver with numbers that have no meaning that I can determine (the 53's below). When I exported to Cabrillo and opened the Cabrillo file in a text editor, I got entries like these first five. The sample Cabrillo log has mode (CW) between frequency (7000 here) and date, columns for the two standard 599's, and maybe something else...How can I fix this (346 QSOs), and how should I have set up Xlog before the contest?
I would open a text editor and do Find/Replace for the 53. I really don't think your rig placed those entries in your RST box.
I would have opened the manual and looked under keyer window. That's where the contest setup info is located. The Manual link is located in the Help tab.
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