– Worked B4 ignore option for individual Wanted Alerts (DXCC, State, Zone, Grid,
Prefix & Marathon). When enabled, a B4 station will still generate the Wanted
Alert, color and sound, if the Alert is triggered by the decode.
(Default: OFF, Settings Section: Alerts, see individual Alerts).
– JTAlert usage license included in Help->About menu, Settings->About section
and the Help file.
– CQ Alerts not obeying some of the QSL Filters (2.10.2 defect).
– Own Call alerts not showing the “B4” indicator (2.10.2 defect).
– F7 Hotkey not opening the Browser to the FT8 page when TX mode = FT8.
– DXCC Names below Callsigns not displayed when the number of visible Callsign
lines is increased during a JTAlert session (affecting the newly added lines).
Provides several audio and visual alert types based on decoded Callsigns within JT65-HF and WSJT-X.
Audio and visual alerts for several alert conditions
Your Callsign decoded (someone calling you)
CQ & QRZ
Wanted Prefix (by Ban/Mode)
Wanted Grid (by Band/Mode)
Wanted US State (by Band/Mode)
Wanted DXCC (by Band/Mode)
Wanted CQ Zone (by Band/Mode)
Wanted Continent (by Band/Mode)
Wanted CQ Marathon (by Band/Mode)
Automatic logging to these log types when QSO is logged in JT65-HF or WSJT-X
HRD Log V5
Standard ADIF 2.2 file
MixW CSV file
Various Web Services Supported
Online XML Callsign Database lookup. QRZ.com (paid) and HamQTH (free)
Upload logged QSO to Online Logbooks. ClubLog.org and HRDLog.net
Upload all decoded Callsigns with frequency and Signal report to HamSpots.net
Works with DXLab applications
Automatic log to DXKeeper when JT65-HF or WSJT-X QSO is logged
Automatic post decoded Callsigns to SpotCollector (local spots)
DXKeeper lookup of previous QSOs with decoded Callsign
Send Callsign to Pathfinder for lookup
Supports user-selectable Sound Card
Each audio alert type has independent volume setting & wave file
LoTW and eQSL membership flagging of decoded callsigns
Band Tracking or alerts. 160m to 2m, including 60m
Disable audio alert for “Worked B4” stations on current Band
Automatic “Worked B4” flagging of previous QSOs
Scan your log to update needs lists for alerting (US State, DXCC, CQZones, etc)
Dockable to bottom or top of JT65-HF and WSJT-X window
Bring JT65-HF or WSJT-X window to front of other windows on alert activation
Auto start & close of JT65-HF, WSJT-X and other applications on JTAlert start & close
Send TX Power and current QSO partner data “Name, Callsign & No. Bands worked” to JTMacros for dynamic macros
2.10.4 Install Instructions for first JTAlert install.
Run HamApps_JTAlert_2.10.4_Setup.exe to install
Install the Sound and Database files (see below)
2.10.4 Install Instructions for 2.7.7 (or earlier) upgrades.
Stop JTAlert if running.
Uninstall any previous (2.7.7 or earlier) versions currently installed (use Windows Control Panel.)
Run HamApps_JTAlert_2.10.4_Setup.exe to install.
(All previous settings are saved and will not be lost)
JTAlert is now ready to run
HamApps JTAlert v2.10.4 : Download (size: 4.64 MB)
If you experience problems or have questions post a message to the HamApps support group.
Please start a new message with a subject line that reflects the question or problem.
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