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Re: [Xlog-discussion] Enhancement suggestion

From: Pierfrancesco Caci
Subject: Re: [Xlog-discussion] Enhancement suggestion
Date: Mon, 04 May 2015 15:18:57 +0200
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This is where the multiple log file feature of xlog really shines. If
you keep your contests/past years of logging in separate files, just
close the ones you don't need, as search only works on open files. 

>>>>> "Graeme" == Graeme Jury <address@hidden> writes:

    Graeme> How about putting a limit on the number of rows displayed? In a
    Graeme> contest 20 should be enough and as the recent contacts are scrolled
    Graeme> off screen I guess they are read first.

    Graeme> 73 Graeme ZL2APV

    Graeme> On 04/05/15 15:16, Andy Stewart wrote:
    >> Hi Nick,
    >> Thanks for the constructive feedback!
    >> It looks pretty simple to pick exactly one column to be the sort
    >> column, and the CALL column is the one used by the code today.  It
    >> is a simple modification to make the DATE column as the sort column.
    >> You could do that yourself if you feel comfortable with such things.
    >> It is in the src/gui_b4window.c file (look for line 192, 225, and
    >> 226, or I can send you a patch upon request).
    >> However, it appears that it is not possible to make multiple columns
    >> sortable.
    >> Notice that if the log already contained KB1OI and KB1OIQ, and one
    >> filled in KB1OI in the "New QSO Call" box, both would show in the
    >> "Worked Before" window.  I'm guessing that's the rationale for
    >> sorting on the CALL column.
    >> If I change the default behavior, those who like it as it is will
    >> probably be unhappy.  I could theoretically make this a preference
    >> setting, but it would still be one or the other (sort by DATE or by
    >> CALL but not both).
    >> I'd like to give other interested parties a chance to offer their
    >> opinion.
    >> 73,
    >> Andy

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