This new release will fix the slow loading issue experienced by some users, due to a excessive statistic sorting during log parsing.
2 new satellites has been added to the SAT list.
Release notes Version 1.31.0
– Added IOTAMAPS.ORG support on IOTA panel.
– Added more controls on TCP incoming calls to check payoad before deserialization (trace mode)
– Added checks to WAS import in order to try fixing non coherent data for USA, Alaska and Hawaii. Improvements on WAS award recognization
– Updated historic SCL file
– New log4om.status/ communicator.status files created in INI format on C:\ (for portable version) or settings folder (for installed version) in order to provide auto-configuration informations to JTAlert and other software.
– Fixed mysql query issue on statistics (thanks Dom M0BLF for the catch)
– Fixed an issue with Communicator that prevented under some circumstances the restart of TCP services after a previous stop
– Fixed a label inversion in Settings – CAT & Cluster (italian version only)
– Bandplan files updated (Region 1). Note: User modified bandplan (_user.xml) prevent use of official files
– Fixed refresh button on locator statistics map
Due to the high amount of requests to manage “DATA” mode in LOTW download, following recent FT8 digital mode release, we exceptionally released a new version of Log4OM with the following features:
Release notes Version 1.30.0
– LOTW user list now retrieved directly from LOTW website. Small enhancements in retrieval functionality.
– Log4OM now reads LOTW “DATA” mode as generic digital mode and matches all QSO in digital modes made with the indicated station on +-30′ range, same band
Release notes Version 1.29.0
– LOTW download doesn’t change the gridsquare if something it’s already saved on the QSO
– Implemented great circle representation when drawing QSO on map
– Winkeyer Lead-In and Tail value increment changed from 10 to 1 per click.
– Hamlib libraries updated to main revision 3.x
– Changed residual dates from LOCAL to UTC on all software features.
– Fixed DXCC export statistics
– LOTW QSO download now updates country if different from log.
– DC reference removed from WAS list
– Fixed code in the awards management to be more compliant with awards.xml file
– Added support to 4m awards in ARRL / CQ awards
– Fixed counter in GRIDSQUARE statistics
– New bands supported in IOTA award (6m and upper)
– 2 new advanced options in SETTINGS – CAT (mainly Elecraft users)
– Send FREQUENCY command before MODE command when changing both parameters
– Add delay (fixed 500 ms) between FREQ and MODE subsequent messages (or MODE FREQ according to previous parameter)
– Added transverter support under program settings – CAT menu (add/remove amount in KHz) working at low level near CAT subsystem.
– Added JT9, FT8 mode support
– Small performance improvements in datagrid QSO visualization
Release notes Version 1.28.0
– Added support to a new service (Special Contest Calls) that will work with SCL (Special Callsign) file already available. Both services are provided by Chuck K7PT and updated automatically by Log4OM or manually through SCL update option
– Fixed audio management in PTT voice control when PTT screen is closed and reopened.
– Fixed an issue with statistics that won’t open if the user has not set his own station locator.
– Fixed an issue on startup if the CONFIG parameter in the shortcut is related to a non-existent configuration
– Extended the JT mode RST scale
– Added a flag to speed up loading of award CSV files. Warning: Skips dupe and period overlap. Use with caution
– Some optimizations on award CSV import functions
– Fixed a missing translation in SETTINGS screen
– When SATELLITE mode is enabled, propagation is set to SAT and is not changed on new QSO’s
– Better management of LOTW download errors. Now error pages in HTML returned from LOTW are saved to disk and users are alerted to check them for errors (typically wrong password)
– Added new filters (mode) on WAS award statistics
– Added new filters (CW/DIGITAL/PHONE) on Locator statistics
– Log4OM main user interface can now be reduced in height to keep only the top area visible