Discussion in 'Logbook User Forum' started by KD9PDJ, Jun 13, 2020.
The column Call - what determines bold blue call signs and plain black letter call signs?
Per the FAQ Page...
A: Bold-blue callsigns in your logbook indicate that the user has a QRZ Logbook and can reciprocate QSO entries for confirmation.
Normal-black callsigns indicate that the user does not yet have a QRZ Logbook. Why don't you invite them?
It should be noted that this behavior is currently destined to change in a future release of the logbook software. We have been working very hard to improve both the usability and performance of the logbook system and while this may seem like a small things its actually quite a heavy task to perform behind the scenes.
When the update rolls out all callsigns in the main logbook view will be shown in Bold, Black, Monospaced letters to make them easier to read.
That's how it looks to me.
Same....must of just changed in past hour
So it has been changed to Bold and Black.
I guess we no longer have a way to see if they are members without looking at details.
Or is that a future change too???
I see the same here now. Just check them all as requesting confirmation and it tells me which went through and which calls were skipped. Just saying what I see.
mmm, interesting , mine's all bold blue now. Tried resetting etc, still all bold blue.
Is there somewhere that Announces these changes or describes future plans? Seems Users only learn of them when the system breaks down. It would be, IMHO, better to know the objective and the benefits that the Users will see with the updates, rather than just the disruption caused by unexpected and, in this case, for me, seemingly unnecessary, changes.