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Presents the dialog allowing to go directly to a QSO (if you know its number).
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[[Image:gotoQSO.png]]
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With the two labelled buttons, you can locate the cursor at the begining or at the end of the log. Same action will result by typing START (or FIRST) and END (or LAST) in the callsign logging field.
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You can also locate the cursor on the desired QSO number just by typing this number in the callsign logging field and use this menu item, or by using its shortcut (Ctrl-G).
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=Move in my log only=
 
=Move in my log only=
 
TODO move in my log only
 
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Revision as of 20:48, 27 July 2006

Restore QSO

Shortcut: Cntrl-Z. Allows you to restore all the original datas of a QSO you are modifying.

Of course, the QSO you are modifying must not be logged before you wish to use this command.

Initialize QSO

Shortcut: F11. Erases all the fields of the current QSO, but does not delete the QSO !

However, the best way to "delete" a QSO is to do it after the end of the contest, in the final log files. Otherwise, you can also write down your own callsign (and clear it afterwards with File/Clean log...), but this may create errors in the multipliers list. The best way is to duplicate the previous QSO. It will be one more dupe QSO, but the points and the mutlipliers will be correct.

QSO date and time

Shortcut: ALT-F. Allows to modify the date and time of an already logged QSO.

editqsodatetime.png

Warning : Even after modification, Win-Test does not sort the logged QSO by time. The logging "chronology" by numbers is kept.

Edit serial number

TODO edit serial

Delete QSO

Permanently deletes a QSO in the log. As Win-Test alerts, this command is irreversible.

However, the best way to "delete" a QSO is to do it after the end of the contest, in the final log files. Otherwise, you can also write down your own callsign (and clear it afterwards with Clean log...), but this may create errors in the multipliers list. The best way is to duplicate the previous QSO. It will be one more dupe QSO, but the points and the mutlipliers will be correct.

Delete all QSO...

This command deletes all the QSO of the current opened file. Of course, as this should be rather unusual, you need to confirm the command.

DeleteAllQSO.png

You need to write OK in the box, and then validate to activate the command.

Goto QSO

Presents the dialog allowing to go directly to a QSO (if you know its number).

gotoQSO.png

With the two labelled buttons, you can locate the cursor at the begining or at the end of the log. Same action will result by typing START (or FIRST) and END (or LAST) in the callsign logging field.

You can also locate the cursor on the desired QSO number just by typing this number in the callsign logging field and use this menu item, or by using its shortcut (Ctrl-G).

Move in my log only

TODO move in my log only

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