The changes include:
Support for several additional radios including the Yaesu FTdx101D.
A fix for typing several F keys quickly.
Fixes and additions to the supported contests.
Improvements to the default F-key messages.
Several cosmetic changes.
Please read the release notes for additional changes and details.
*NOTE* The names of several radios have been changed slightly to agree with what the manufacturer uses. DXLog 2.4.1 will recognize the old names in configuration files. However if you uninstall 2.4.1 and reinstall an older version you may need to go to the Configure interfaces dialog and set the radio names.
And there is still a known problem with the FlexRadio WinKey interface.
As always, if you plan to use this version in a contest please download and test it beforehand.
Paul, K1XM for the DXLog.net Development Team
Note: As of Apr-11-2019 the support email reflector is moved from Mailman to groups.io
News: This software is now free of charge, donated to the ham radio community by
Krassy K1LZ and a few other guys donating their time and effort.
License keys can be generated by following the link below. Should you run into issues generating it, please contact Paul Young, K1XM.
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