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Christopher Konovalov
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Dx Atlas 2.3 Serial Number !!BETTER!!



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  • The Lifetime and Include Country in Popup controls have been relocated from the Config window's General tab to the PlotSettings tab's DX Spots panel. 2.2.6 149 If the DXCC Award objectives specified in DXKeeper indicate that a mode is sought, but there are no confirmed QSOs with the selected DXCC entity in that mode, then the background of that mode's cells will be white rather than the window's background color.. Similarly, if the DXCC Award objectives specified in DXKeeper indicate that a band is sought, but there are no confirmed QSOs with the selected DXCC entity on that band, then the background of that band's cells will be white rather thant the window's background color. 2.2.9 150 display IOTA status and notes 2.3.1 152 when an IOTA tag is selected and DXKeeper is running, display the DXCC progress for the IOTA tag's DXCC entity 2.3.7 153 support Google Maps 2.3.8 154 ability to ignore DXView updates from SpotCollector by locking its display 2.3.9 155 ability to query QRZ.com via Pathfinder to update DXCC entity, CQ zone, ITU zone, and time zone 2.3.9 156 ability to highlight stations known to QSL via LotW 2.3.9 157 ability to control the colors used to highlight stations known to QSL via LotW 2.4.0 158 provide a panel on the Config window's General tab that displays the versions of the DXCC, IOTA, and LotW databases 2.4.0 159 record "connected DXLab applications" information in the errorlog.txt file 2.4.1 160 provide a Maidenhead Field overlay for the world map 2.4.5 161 provide the ability to specify the bands on which rotator control directives from other applications are accepted 2.4.6 162 display the most recent rotator heading and path, and make this information accessible to other applications 2.4.6 163 display logged QSOs on the build-in world map indicate whether the all logged QSOs are plotted, or just those matching a specified filter

  • provide the option of showing only logged QSOs that are unworked, unconfirmed, confirmed, or verified

  • if the mouse cursor hovers near the plot of a logged QSO on the world map, display the QSO's callsign, DXCC entity, frequency, mode, and grid square

  • 2.4.6 164 displays logged QSOs and logged DXCC entities on the DX Atlas world map 2.4.8 165 add a PKT option to the "RTTY mode if WinWarbler not running" panel 2.4.8 166 provide the option to display maidenhead field and grid square status on the DX Atlas world map 2.5.0 167 save and restore DX Atlas settings from the DXAtlas.ini file so that settings changes made when operating DX Atlas standalone are applied when running DX Atlas via DXView, and vice versa 2.5.0 168 provide the option to display information on the DX Atlas map, or only display plots and have the information appear when the mouse cursor hovers near a plot 2.5.0 169 clicking on the DX Atlas world map while not in pan mode should select the designated location, updating the Main window's latitude, longitude, distance, grid, and heading textboxes 2.5.0 170 clicking on a DX spot on the DX Atlas world map while depressing the Shift key QSY's the transceiver to the spot frequency (if Commander is running), initializes the QSO in DXKeeper's Capture window (if DXKeeper is running), and performs a Pathfinder lookup (if Pathfinder is running) if the Ctrl key is depressed instead of the Shift key, the antenna is also rotated to the spotted station's shortpath heading

  • if the Alt key is depressed instead of the Shift key, the antenna is also rotated to the spotted station's longpath heading

  • 2.5.1 172 when a command to plot a DX spot arrives and additional commands are queued, wait 15 seconds before refreshing the world map display to amortize this over multiple spots 2.5.6 173 retain specified K-index between operating sessions 2.5.7 174 improvements to Plot function popup display includes callsign, DXCC prefix, DXCC entity name (if enabled), and grid square

  • if Commander is running, current transceiver frequency and mode is associated with each plot for filtering purposes, and appears in popup displays

  • depressing the CTRL key while clicking the Plot button displays a small window in which the frequency and mode can be specified; this frequency and mode is associated with each plot for filtering purposes, and appears in popup displays

  • 2.5.9 177 provide the ability to quickly modify the solar position time by minute, hour, day, week, or month 2.6.0 178 provide the ability to specify the color used to render solid circles representing DX spots, logged QSOs, and DXCC entities on the built-in world map 2.6.2 179 provide the ability to specify the color used to render solid circles representing DX spots, logged QSOs, and DXCC entities on the DXAtlas world map 2.6.3 180 expand the Mode filter to support Chip64 and all ADIF2-specified modes 2.6.5 181 when started for the first time, prompt the user to specify a QTH, accepting either a grid square or a latitude and longitude 2.6.8 185 when connecting to a Trackbox rotator, send it the command to place it in host mode 2.6.9 186 if the Sunrise/Sunset window is open when a new location is selected, automatically calculate the sunrise/sunset table values for that location 2.7.2 187 use the ISO date format in the Main and World Map window title bars 2.7.5 188 support a second antenna with an independent rotator offset, and update the "last rotator heading" when switching between antennas 2.7.8 189 provide an asynchronous lookup command that updates the Main and Earth windows without waiting to return results 2.7.9 90 add 60m, 4m, and 70cm to the band filter 2.8.1 105 add a "Continent" filter panel to the "Plot Filters" tab on DXView's Config window 2.8.1 185 provide the option of not displaying UTC times in window title bars (Vista workaround) 2.8.2 188 if the USA callsign-to-gridsquare database USAP.mdb is present in DXView's Databases folder, use this database to determine the location of callsigns in the United States, Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, Guam, Marianas Islands, and American Samoa. 2.8.6 189 if a valid QTH location has been specified, make the current day's sunrise and sunset time available to other DXLab applications 2.8.9 190 provide LotW participation info to other DXLab applications 2.9.1 191 provides a new DXCC database wildcard @ that expands to the letters A through L, and R through U, Y, and Z, generating 18 prefix-to-Entity associations (used in defining Chinese prefixes) 2.9.1 192 provide two new DXCC database wildcard formats (see documentation) [a-b;c-d;e-f;...]

  • [!a-b;c-d;e-f;...]

  • 2.9.2 193 selecting an entity by name should update the Main window's information and progress display 2.9.3 195 display timezone as a UTC offset 2.9.6 201 display the version of each installed database, the version of each available database, and provide a means of downloading and installing a new database 2.9.7 142 provide interoperation with the N1MM antenna rotator, which reports rotator position 2.9.8 202 provide the ability to set a DXCC database's EntityChanged setting 3.0.0 203 when installing or upgrading a DXCC database whose EntityChanged setting is set to 'Y', upgrade the DXCC.txt file used by WinWarbler

  • notify the user to direct DXKeeper and SpotCollector to perform a Recompute operation after the DXCC database installation or upgrade is complete

  • 3.0.0 204 provide the option to direct PropView to generate a propagation forecast when a callsign lookup is performed via DXView's Info window 3.0.1 205 accept an LotW database URL in the downloaded file that specifies current database versions 3.0.2 206 display "new db!" in red font above the Main window's Config window when a new database version is available 3.0.3 141 support multiple rotator selection by transceiver frequency via the N1MM Rotor application 3.0.3 208 make the currently-selected location's local time accessible to other applications 3.0.4 209 handle the new Australian prefix rules for external territories specified in =PC_1255#call When presented with a 6-character VK9 callsign, determine the entity by inspecting the 5th character (C, L, M, N, W, or X) 3.0.8 210 inform the user if a database exists but cannot be opened 3.0.8 211 provide the ability to download the eQSL AG database, and indicate whether callsign holds eQSL AG status or both eQSL AG and LotW status 3.0.9 212 save each database's currently-installed version in the Windows Registry so the Launcher can inform the user whether or not new versions are available without opening the databases 3.0.9 213 accept a command to display the Config window's Databases tab 3.1.5 214 update the Sunrise and Sunset times for the current QTH on startup 3.1.7 215 save each database's currently-installed version in a file in DXView's Databases folder so the Launcher can inform the user whether or not new versions are available without opening the databases even if the user is employing workspaces 3.1.7 216 when downloading a new version of a database, don't replace the existing version unless the download succeeds 3.1.7 217 while downloading a new version of a database, display the approximate number of bytes expected 3.1.7 218 clicking the "new DB!" message displays the Config window's Databases tab 3.1.8 220 provide antenna preset buttons, each of whose caption and heading can be specified 3.2.0 221 make antenna preset buttons widths scalable with the Info window size 3.2.1 187 add "CQ country" and "WAE country" as tags in the DXCC Database's Location item 3.2.5 223 rename the Info window's Region box to Location; it displays and tags when a Region and or Primary Administrative Region is specified 3.2.5 224 rename the Config window's "Entity Overrides" tag to "Overrides", and extend each override to include a Location, CQ zone, ITU zone, Gridsquare, IOTA tag, Time zone, and an expiration date 3.2.5 225 extend the USAP database lookup to place a tag in the Info window's Location box 3.2.5 226 make Region and Primary Administrative Subdivision available to other applications 3.2.5 227 provide the ability to clear an Override, and the ability to clear all expired Overrides 3.2.5 228 enable the display of ANSI characters in the Info window's Location box

  • the Config window's Overrides tab's Location boxes

  • DXCC Database window's Location box and Location column

3.3.2 229 accept a command to perform a DXCC entity query without updating the World Map window 3.3.2 230 when performing a callsign lookup that is resolved via an entity override, include the override's grid square in the lookup results provided to other DXLab applications 3.3.2 231 depressing the CTRL key while striking the Enter key with cursor focus in the Main window's callsign box initiates a Shortpath rotation 3.3.5 232 eliminate unnecessary lookup and grid update operations 3.3.6 233 update database size estimates 3.3.7 234 make the Distance Unit setting available to other applications 3.3.9 235 display "E", "B", and "M" in the Main window's Progress panel 3.4.0 236 display the "last LotW upload date" in the Main window's DXCC panel 3.4.1 237 update database file sizes 3.4.3 238 provide the option to query SpotCollector's "Special Callsign" database when performing lookup operations, and display any resulting tags on DXView's Main window 3.4.3 239 on the Config window's "Plot Settings" tab, the Selection panels' QSOs option setting persists between operating sessions 3.4.3 240 if the Config window's "Plot Settings" tab, the Selection panels' QSOs option is enabled, QSOs are plotted on the DX Atlas world map 3.4.3 241 provide entity-driven ham word and phrase translation 3.4.5 242 with PropView running, double-clicking a spot plotted on the native world map while depressing the Shift key will initiate a propagation forecast 3.4.7 243 double-clicking a phrase in the translation table places that phrase in the Windows Clipboard 3.4.8 244 use great circle routes when plotting spotted QSOs 3.5.1 245 after upgrading the DXCC database, display change notes for the new version 3.5.2 246 provide the ability to view change notes for the available version of the DXCC database 3.5.2 247 center the information displayed in the Main window's Progress panel 3.5.4 248 when the mouse cursor is in the Main window's Prefix box and the Enter key is struck or the Go button is clicked, direct DXKeeper to display realtime progress based on the callsign's DXCC entity, CQ country, and CQ zone 3.5.6 249 In the "RTTY mode if WinWarbler not running" panel on the Config window's "World Map" tab, provide a PKT-R, Data-L, and Data-U options as a function of the current transceiver's capability 3.5.6 252 add Antarctica to the Continent Filter on the Configuration window's "Plot Settings" tab 3.5.7 253 add Green Heron and Idiom Press to the "Rotator Control" tab's Model selector 3.5.8 65 add "Transceiver band only" spot filter 3.5.9 255 automatically update the expected number of bytes to be downloaded in the progress indicator shown when updating a database 3.6.1 257 In the Main window's DXCC Progress Grid, use DIGI rather than RTTY 3.6.6 260 Provide the ability to specify the Google Map Type: roads, satellite, hybrid, or terrain 3.6.9 261 Ctrl-clicking a cell in the Main window's DXCC Progress Grid directs DXKeeper to filter the Log Page Display by callsign, band and/or mode (requires DXKeeper 10.6.1 or later) 3.7.0 265 if a callsign is of the form A/B with B shorter than A and B having a length of more than 2 characters, then consider A the dominant component if B does not contain a digit 3.7.3 266 provide optional interoperation with Google Earth 3.7.3 267 provide the ability to select the size of icons used to represent DX stations, spotting stations, logged stations, and entities on Google Earth 3.7.4 269 maintain and display locations to degree-minutes-seconds accuracy 3.7.8 270 enable specification of a station callsign, and use the QTH latitude and longitude as the location of this station callsign 3.7.8 271 accept precise position updates from other DXLab applications 3.8.0 272 support the Povorotka rotator 3.8.1 273 change name from Povorotka to Radant APU1-A 3.8.2 274 improve Mi-Km conversion accuracy 3.8.2 275 when an IOTA tag is specified, display its location with "to the second" accuracy 3.8.3 276 when a DXCC entity is selected that contains more than 1 IOTA group, replace the IOTA box with an IOTA selector populated with an IOTA tag for each group 3.8.3 278 accept directives to open and close the Special Callsign Database 3.8.5 279 inform DXKeeper when an override callsign changes 3.8.6 280 when plotting a logged QSO, determine the region by analyzing the logged callsign, compare that region with the logged DXCC entity, and if they match, plot the location of the region 3.8.7 281 When using the DX Atlas world map, enable the user to change the signal path display between short path and long path 3.8.8 282 Provide an option to automatically update the UTC date and sunrise/sunset times in the Sunrise/Sunset window at the beginning of each UTC day 3.8.8 283 allow the size of the DXCC database's Prefix List field to be unlimited, and expand its textbox in the DXCC window 3.8.9 284 ignore CR and LF characters in the DXCC database's Prefix List field 3.9.0 285 add JT9 to the "Mode Filter" panel on the Configuration window's "Plot Settings" tab 3.9.4 286 provide the ability to select the font, font size, font color, and font metrics used to display labels on DX Atlas 3.9.5 287 expand the number of Antenna Presets to 30 3.9.7 288 eliminate unnecessary Pathfinder lookups 3.9.9 291 increase the number of active DX QSOs that can be simultaneously displayed from 512 to 4096 4.0.2 292 depressing the CTRL key while clicking the Main window's Google button initiates a Google search for the selected entity 4.0.4 115 if Commander is running, highlight the Progress table band currently "addressed" by the transceiver's band; if WinWarbler is running, highlight the Progress table mode currently "addressed" by WinWarbler's Operating Mode 4.0.5 294 update the default North Magnetic Pole location to 86 4' N latitude and 153 21' W longitude based on NOAA estimates 4.0.7 295 provide the ability to trigger the display of active DX stations on the world map on each of a set of specified bands, in sequence 4.0.8 296 provides the option to direct SpotCollector (7.1.4 or later) to announce bands as their active DX stations are displayed in sequence 4.0.9 297 accepts a DDE command that sets the QTH latitude and longitude and QTH location 4.0.9 298 clicking the last heading box sets the ShortPath to the last heading 4.1.4 299 with "use multiple monitors" enabled, relocates to the primary monitor any window that can't be displayed on a monitor 4.1.7 300 work around Microsoft OS version reporting defect so that Windows 10 is properly reported in errorlog.txt file startup headers 4.1.7 301 restores control over Google Maps zoom level 4.1.7 302 add MDS to the Rotor Model panel 4.1.8 303 with the "Generate propagation forecast" option enabled and Commander and PropView running, clicking the words Short or Long in the Main window's Heading panel directs PropView to generate a short-path or long-path forecast from the currently-selected location using the transceiver's current band 4.1.9 304 in the Rotator Control tab's Model panel, replace "Idiom Press" with Rotor-EZ 4.2.0 299 support the current version of N1MM Rotor 4.2.2 305 support a GridDXCC database that enables the a specified 4-character grid square to be mapped to the DXCC entity or entities that contain it 4.2.4 306 with the GridDXCC database installed, when a grid square is typed into the Main window's Grid box and the Enter key is struck, indicate which DXCC entity or entities are contained in the grid square 4.2.5 307 with the GridDXCC database installed, when a latitude or longitude is typed into the Main window's Location panel and the Enter key is struck, indicates which DXCC entity or entities are contained in the grid square that contains the specified location 4.2.5 308 with the GridDXCC database installed, when a location is selected on the built-in or DX Atlas world map, indicate which DXCC entity or entities are contained in the grid square that contains the location 4.2.5 309 when run for the first time on a computer, display the DXView License for the user's acceptance 4.2.5 310 provides a "Gray-Line" mode that displays the beginning and end of sunrise and sunset Gray-line openings between your QTH and the currently selected location 4.2.7 311 when a sunrise, sunset, GL start, or GL end time is clicked, sets the built-in world map to display the sun's position and terminator at that time 4.2.7 312 return DXView's World map to the current time when the Sunrise/Sunset window is closed 4.2.8 313 add a Calculate button to the Sunrise/Sunset window that is enabled when the DX Latitude, DX Longitude, or Starting Date box contents are modified 4.2.8 314 extend the rotator serial port to use COM1 through COM99 4.3.0 315 add FT8 mode filter 4.3.4 316 reduce "spot display" wait time from 16 seconds to 4 seconds 4.3.5 317 provide an option to report the computed short path heading when rotator control is disabled, or when rotation objectives are not accepted for the current transceiver band 4.3.8 318 replace the 16 fixed Overrides with an "Override List" whose capacity is limited only by available storage 4.4.0 319 on the Configuration window'


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