[OhQP-mail] Help with N1MM
ray.fallen at gmail.com
Thu Aug 25 07:34:58 EDT 2011
Here's the deal...
Start a new log in the data base...
1. Contest name is QSOPARTY
2. In the drop down box for the "State for Log Type QSOPARTY" Select Ohio
This loads your county abbreviations...so if you type in TRMU instead
TRUM for Trumbull County in the Received exchange field...you will be
chastised for your keying error.
3. Select appropriate power/category/etc
4. Overlay is N/A
5. Sent exchange field should be 001 and your county abbreviation.
For example...mine will be 001 TRUM
You can't enter anything in the SENT Exchange field...the program will
that field for you automatically as you work guys. Should you need to
that field (but I can't imagine why) click on the EDIT tab and go to edit
contact...or use the Control + Y shortcut.
Just so as to not drive yourself crazy...start a "practice" log...enter a
and see how it goes. Then start a "real" log for Saturday.
N1MM is an amazing program with a fairly steep learning curve. There is an
N1MM reflector that you can join. It has been my experience that whatever
incredibly stupid question I have...ten guys have probably asked it before.
There is also plenty of assistance available at www.N1MM.COM.
See you this weekend.
On Tue, Aug 23, 2011 at 10:50 PM, Hank Greeb <n8xx at arrl.org> wrote:
> I did something to N1MM, and now it won't let me "log it" for a contact. I
> changed my call from N8XX to N1L, it complained a bit about the prefix for
> OhHoHo being "K" but accepted the N1L as a call. Now, when I try to enter a
> contact a number for the "sent" serial number doesn't appear, and I can't
> force anything into that field. if I try to close the program with
> something in the contact fields it will force a zero "0" in the serial
> number field but nothing more. How do I tell the "very intelligent logging
> program which much be easy to understand by one very familiar with the
> software" to start with the number 1 and increment each number sent by 1?
> I even tried a "new log in database" and the same thing happened.
> Help, please! I certainly don't understand the quirks of N1MM contest
> 73 de n8xx Hg
> Idiot trying to use a simple form of N1MM logger for OHQP 2011
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