Robert Chudek - KØRC
k0rc at pclink.com
Fri Jan 5 01:15:57 CET 2007
Good morning Alessandro and Mathias too! :-)
Thank you for the information about other reports of poor sound card
performance. The RufzXP CW sounds perfect on my laptop. That computer is my
"radio contesting" machine so I am very satisfied. I will try a different
sound card and drivers in my desktop machine.
Regarding the "remember last path", my preference is for option #2. It would
be best for the computer to remember where I put my files between sessions.
As I get older, sometimes I can't even remember where I put my car keys!
I used the new program some more, after my email from yesterday. I think
there is a mistake in the *.RTF file where the results of my attempts are
stored. It is the last column which says "TX Twice". Every line says "Yes"
although I did not use the F6 key always, but only on 2 or 3 callsigns
during an attempt. Maybe I misunderstand the purpose of this column?
73 de Bob - KØRC in MN
----- Original Message -----
From: "Alessandro Vitiello (IV3XYM)" <iv3xym at rufzxp.net>
To: "RufzXP Mailing List" <rufzxp at www.dxhf.darc.de>
Sent: Thursday, January 04, 2007 3:56 PM
Subject: Re: [RufzXP] Thanks!!!
>>Thank you for the new RufzXP program! I have installed it and begin to
>>use it for practice a few moments ago.
> Hi Robert: I'll extend your thanksgiving also to Mathias, the creator of
> Rufz project and co-author of RufzXP. :-)
>>I am using Windows XP Pro sp2. I will request an improvement which I
>>did not think about during the beta testing
>>RufzXP does not "remember" the last path when attempting to save "results
>>data" or attach a photo to the User Information page. This is not
>>a bug, rather a feature enhancement request.
> Good idea. We can have 2 solutions:
> 1) Remember the path only during RufzXP session (when you close it, the
> path is "forgotten");
> 2) Save the path for later retrieval (when RufzXP is closed, the path is
> saved on HD and retrieved as soon as RufzXP starts again);
> I'll discuss it with Mathias but what is your idea?
> Of course, if somebody wish to propose a new solution (or prefer one I
> suggested), please let us know!!!
>>FYI: Poor CW audio generated:
>>I believe this is an issue with my soundcard (Creative Labs SoundBlaster
>>Value Edition; Card: ES1370 SB PCI 64/128 [WDM]; Driver: 5.1.2535.0).
> You're right. We received few messages with the same problem (your is the
> third) and, on the contrary, some users reported RufzXP 1.1.0 sounds
> As you know, the DirectX library works "directly" on the hardware and the
> result can be different according to the soundcard. Trying another driver
> can be a good idea: let us know. :-)
> See you soon.
> --=> 73' de Alessandro <=--
> --=> IV3XYM (I QRP#578) <=--
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