Discussion in 'Logbooks & Logging Programs' started by KF5RYJ, Mar 12, 2013.
Thanks Dave. I'll try that when I get home from work today.
That's interesting - something I never knew. I don't run DXKeeper, so that feature was not something I knew about. I just run DXView and Spot Collector. I find it somewhat interesting that the features of DXView are, to some extent, controlled by another module that I never use. I guess I should read the directions!!
If you don't ever run DXKeeper to log QSOs or track award progress or generate QSL cards and labels, then DXKeeper is not in any way controlling DXView. Just as Commander provides "transceiver control" services to all other components of the DXLab Suite, DXView provides "DX information" and "world map display" services to those components. In software engineering, this is referred to as a "loosely-coupled, modular architecture"; it's the optimal architecture for constructing high-quality applications that remain extensible over a long lifetime. The absence of such an architecture is what drove Simon HB9DRV to abandon HRD.
Yes, reading the directions is a good idea. I suggest that you start here.
EnzoLog is entirely web-based