Dave Bernstein reported this on the DXLabs support group today:
ADIF 3.1.0 was approved today:
ADIF 3.1.0 specifies that the representation for FT4 is an ADIF record is
This is the representation used in the current version of DXKeeper (14.9.2) when exporting an ADIF record. When importing an ADIF record, DXKeeper interprets both
to mean “QSO mode is FT4”.
As the software sages say, “Be precise when exporting, but tolerant when importing”.
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