Windows / Check multipliers
Opens (or closes) the checking multipliers window.
Multipliers control window
The deep blue line indicates the current QSO. The other lines indicate whether this
multiplier has been worked or not on the other bands (and in the other modes if the
contest rules permit). If this multiplier has been worked, Win-Test first seeks if the
same station has been worked on the band. If not, another station in the same multiplier
Furthermore, are specified :
- The official prefix and the name of the country
- Short and long path azimuts (Az and Lp)
- Sunrise and sunset times in this country (SR and SS)
- An icon indicate the local sun position (sunrise/sunset/daylight/night)
- Local time in this country
A double click on the QSO number in the window set the log on the specified QSO.
- If you are taking part as a monobander in a multiband contest for example you can also
save screen space by choosing wich bands to display in these windows.
Note that choosen bands are recorded in the data file, and that the four windows
below are all synchronized : CheckCall (F9), CheckCountry (F10), Multipliers (Alt-M)
and Zones (Alt-Z).
- If you have a wheel mouse, you can set a bigger or smaller font in clicking in it,
and use the Ctrl key while rolling the wheel.
- The color of title bar can be modified to ease its recognition in a cluttered layout.
- At last, you can set the refreshing period of this window : At each keypress in the logging field, or
when the space bar is pressed.
Last update : 2005 may 25