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= Contest specific behaviour =
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Different contests have different rules and exchanges, so sometimes it is important to know some specific features for that contest. Win-Test will display some specialised options and menus only when the correct contest has been selected. So, for example, you will not find the RTTY menu when you select a SSB contest.
  
Different contests have different rules and exchanges, so sometimes it is important to know some specific features for that contest.
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Most important is always to fill the '''Exchange (Zone, ..)''' field in the '''Contest configuration''' window that pops up after opening a contest. This field is sometimes to recognize the mulitpliers, for example.
  
Most Important is always to fill the '''Exchange (Zone, ..)''' field in the '''Contest configuration''' window that pops up after opening a contest. This field is sometimes to recognize the mulitpliers, for example.
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[[Image:dl4ner-contest-specific.gif|frame|center|Selection of the Contest and Mode may bring up menu options, which are not visible otherwise.]]
  
Now let's go to real contest specific behaviur:
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Now let's go to a real contest specific behaviour:
  
* [[WAEDC| WAE DC]]
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* [[WAEDC|Worked All Europe DX Contest]]
 
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* [[RTTY|RTTY Contests]]
--[[User:Dl4ner|DL4NER]] 22:08, 23 July 2006 (BST)
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* [[Sweepstakes|ARRL Sweepstakes]]
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* [[Menu:Options#Sprint_Exchange_Logic|Sprint Exchange Logic]] for the Sprint Contest Family
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* [[NAQP|ARRL North American QSO Party]]
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* [[DXpedition|Win-Test on a DX Pedition]]

Latest revision as of 17:35, 12 April 2009

Different contests have different rules and exchanges, so sometimes it is important to know some specific features for that contest. Win-Test will display some specialised options and menus only when the correct contest has been selected. So, for example, you will not find the RTTY menu when you select a SSB contest.

Most important is always to fill the Exchange (Zone, ..) field in the Contest configuration window that pops up after opening a contest. This field is sometimes to recognize the mulitpliers, for example.

Selection of the Contest and Mode may bring up menu options, which are not visible otherwise.

Now let's go to a real contest specific behaviour: