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Now Shipping, the April  2012 Edition of the CallMaster Database with Complete US, VE and DX Callbooks

The April 2012 CallMaster Database is now available. CallMaster contains over 1,800,000 listing of US, VE and DX stations together with information from our own QSL Route Database. This product is an excellent add-on to your existing Prolog System.

Don't purchase a callbook CDROM product that does not provide monthly updates. When you purchase any callbook database you want to make sure that the information contained therein remains accurate from month-to-month. Your purchase of the CallMaster product includes six months of updates from our FTP site where you may download the latest US, VE and DX address changes and additions. The merging of that update file ensures that your CallMaster database will always be accurate and up to date with the latest US/VE/DX address information.

You can choose to include the CallMaster database with your Prolog System order or you can add it to an existing system. The price of the Prolog CallMaster  Database is $20.00 which includes the six month FTP access to update files. 


New Product Announcement

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ProLog Version and Release Information

 

August 1,  2009:      Major Version release of ProLog-V7.00 which includes:

  • A new streamlined, more logically oriented logging form with some new data fields and operational methodologies that will further enhance the logging experience.

  • The old style tags and definitions have been replaced by a Category system. Categories, of which there are 32 for each logbook, permit you to group your contacts into various categories. Each category carries its own user defined title that is prominently displayed in a pull-down list. No more checkboxes to interpret. You know at a quick glance which categories have been assigned to each contact. Also, you can sort and display your logbook contacts by one of more defined categories.

  • The county information content has been expanded to ensure more accurate logging, award crediting and reporting to support your county hunting efforts.

  • The memory channel functionality has been improved. ProLog-V7 now permits you to assign and select memory channels that contain frequencies that are outside of the ham bands such as WWV, CHU Canada, foreign broadcast stations etc.

  • The DX summit interface has been improved by providing separate "Send DX Spot" and "Announcement" buttons within the main logging form. No more pull-down menus to navigate. Prolog-V7 also adds a pull-down list that contains the various links to DX Summit so you no longer have to manually enter this information.

  • ProLog-V7 adds new contest features with the addition of two new logging form  fields; "Exchange Sent" and "Exchange Received". To speed things up and avoid repetitive keystrokes, you can predefine specific repetitive exchange information for either field. In addition, an automatically incrementing serial number is provided for each contact. The serial number is maintained across ProLog sessions so you can easily pick up where you left off on succeeding days of a given contest. Combined with the Log Form Field Sequencing and "Alert on Worked Status" features, ProLog is the perfect logging program for casual contesters.

  • V7's new "Map" button permits you to display a map of the DXCC Country or US State associated with  the contact in the logging form. The US State maps also include county names and boundaries, providing yet another useful tool for County Hunters. These maps are included with the V7 Logging System; an Internet connection is not required.

  • ProLog-V7 permits you to associate the image of an Electronic QSL such as those from eQSL.cc or a scanner derived paper QSL, a photo of the operator, or for that matter, any JPG or GIF file with a given contact. Each logbook has its own "Image Files" folder where the image files are physically stored. Once an image file is stored, you then link that file with the contact. With the contact displayed in the logging form, one click of the "Image" button and the image file for that contact is displayed.

  • V7 has dramatically improved the extended Notes functionality by providing each logbook with its own "Notepad Files" folder. ProLog-V7 does away with the problematic file numbering system, replacing it with a system where the file is named with the actual callsign of the associated contact making for a much more coherent file naming convention.

  • The V7 DX Spot Window has been enhanced to include an "LoTW" member notification. With this new feature, the user is able to determine directly from the spot list whether a spotted station is a member of the ARRL's LoTW program. This is in addition to the "LoTW" LED that is displayed in the logging form.

  • LoTW LED's have been added to the QSL Route Manager Database form so you can quickly determine whether or not a DX Station or the Manager participate in ARRL's LoTW Award Program.

  • ProLog-V7 further enhances  the Callsign Alert functionality by allowing the User to restrict the alert notification only to those bands and/or modes that have not been worked. Once you work the station on a given band and/or mode, you will no longer be alerted when new spots arrive for that band and mode. However, the user still receives an alert for that band providing the spot is for a mode that has yet to be worked. A very functional tool for that rare DX-pedition.

  • The logbook-form-to-logbook-menu has been improved. The user no longer has to exit the logging form to display the logbook or the configuration menus. The Logging Form and the Logbook Menu or the Configuration menu are simultaneously displayed.

  • ProLog's new Logbook Backup Alert permits the user to define the number of days between logbook backups. When the established backup interval expires, ProLog will remind the user that it is time to perform a logbook backup operation. This is accomplished by a simple click of a button from the Logbook Menu and allows the user to choose any storage media that is recognized by the computer. The new backup format is compatible with all versions of the Windows Operating System.

  • The user can now select whether to enter text in the "Name", "City" and "County" fields in the logging form in either all upper case or a mix of upper and lower case.

  • In prior versions of ProLog, the Award Status colors were pre-defined. With ProLog-V7 users can now select their own color schemes for each of the award status and submission levels.

  • V7 adds a number of newly support rigs including the Elecraft K2 and K3.

  • ProLog-V7 has a greatly improved context sensitive help system that contains many new examples and images. It's much more than just a help file, it's virtually an operational tutorial.

  • ProLog-V7 runs under Windows XP, Vista-32, Vista-64 and the soon-to-be-released Windows-7 Operating System.

ProLog-V7 Upgrade Pricing

The table below outlines the cost to upgrade to V7 which is based on the time that has elapsed since your original Purchase or last upgrade.  As a part of your upgrade package you will also receive a complementary copy of our latest 99,000 record QSL Route Database a $15 value! 

Please add $5 ($10 International) S/H to the prices shown.
1 To 3 Months $10
3 To 6 Months $20
6 To 9 Months $30
9  to 12 Months $40
12 Months or More $45
New Customers $60

Because of the varied pricing for upgrades, two ordering options are offered. You may order by calling our order Line at 1-505-892-5669 or if you prefer, use the secure order form. If you elect to use the order form, order the Logging Program and any additional options (CallMaster, IOTA, etc.) as though you were a new customer, then in the comment field enter "Upgrade" followed by your current serial number and we will adjust your price for the Logging Program portion of your order based on the above table. (If you don't  know your serial number, launch Prolog, click "Help" then "About" to display your license Information).

Previous Version 6 Enhancements

  • The DX Spot Window is now dynamically configurable  to 6 or 24 lines retaining display of all the information and command buttons in either mode. The 6 line mode permits the placement and unobstructed view of the DX Spot Window and logging form simultaneously. 

  • The DX Summit Monitor window automatically configures itself to the number of displayable lines based on window vertical sizing thus permitting it to reside side-by-side with the DX Spot window if desired.

  • ProLog now tracks every QSO in three ways. Standard QSL, eQSL or a combination of both. Instantly switch between QSL Methods to display your award status or work/confirm statistics relative to each  method.

  • Dx Spot Alerts can be independently gated by the chosen QSL Method.

  • Rig Memory Channel Switching can now be accomplished directly from the Logging Form.

  • A New LoTW membership database instantly conveys whether a given callsign has uploaded their logbook to the LotW website. You will receive a callsign's LoTW  status whenever you enter a new contact, lookup a contact in one of the supported Callsign databases or display the contact information from a previous contact. A current LoTW membership database is included with each system and monthly updates are available free of charge via our FTP Website.

  • Two new colors have been added to the traffic signaling award status methodology. In addition to the standard Red, Yellow and Green, Orange conveys that a station has been worked only with no active QSL'ing (Paper or eQSL) and Blue conveys that a station has been worked, a QSL has been received but no award submission has been made. This new Blue status is particularly useful for LoTW where contacts have been cross-referenced between logs but confirmation credits have not been purchased.

  • ProLog now supports all 25 digital modes defined in the ADIF 2.16 specification. This enhances the MixW interface because now all Digital Modes are properly translated.

  • QSO Begin and End Times are now logged down to the second so rapid-fire contacts with the same station on the same band will not produce an error message.

  • A new "DB" field has been added to the RST sent and received fields permitting the entry of DB-Over entries up to "99".

  •  A new feature named "VariList" permits the user to specify which data field information will appear in the Page Mode window. Default information includes Callsign, Date, Time, Band, Mode, RSTs, RSTr, and QSL/eQSL status. The last column is the VariList column which contains user programmed field data which can be horizontally scrolled to view information that exceeds the right margin. Conveniently, only the VariList column is scrolled horizontally so display of  the default contact information is maintained.

  • ProLog is Daylight Savings Time (DST) Ready. Commencing in 2007 the DST changeover dates will begin one month earlier in March and end one month later in November. Should Congress elect to switch back (Which they have reserved the right do) ProLog permits you to select either timeframe (Old or New) with a single click.

    ProLog-V7 Version History and Fixes

    August 1, 2009 -- V7.06:

  • Initial Release of ProLog-V7

    August 6, 2009 -- V7.07 Bug Fixes:

  • Corrected Mode settings for Elecraft K3.

  • Interval Timer was triggering after 1 minute regardless of the Interval Setting.

  • The Band Plan Filter was not working properly with reduced frequencies within a given band plan.

    August 12, 2009 -- V7.08 Bug Fixes:

  • The Upper/Lower case selection was not working properly in the "County" field of the logging form.

  • Accelerator keys would lose their functionality whenever a sub-window was displayed.

  • The Search function associated with the "Matrix" button on the "Totals" menu was not working correctly. Searching for a known entity would result in a "No Find".

  • Selecting "Common" in the "Logging Form" was corrupting the display of Prefix Information in the window associated with the "Prefix" button.

  • Moved the ALT+M accelerator selection from the "Mode" window to the "Map" button.

    August 19, 2009 -- V7.09 Bug Fixes:

  • Corrected a problem whereby MS-Paint would not properly launch when the Windows Operating system was installed on any other volume but 'C'.

  • Corrected a problem whereby a General Award would not disassociate from a contact when all of the variable data was removed from the associated data entry field in the logging form.

    August 22, 2009 -- V7.10 Bug Fixes:

  • Corrected a problem whereby when transferring a contact from the Page Mode list back to the Logging Form, the CQ Zone and ITU Zone assignments would revert back to their default values rather than the assignments that may have been edited.

    September 12, 2009 -- V7.11 Bug Fixes:

  • This version corrects a problem with the customer CD-ROM verification logic when ProLog detects a licensing information error. 

  • Added new functionality to the LoTW Report File processor in the ADIF Import module. When an imported contact matches a contact in the logbook but the Band and/or mode does not, ProLog will issue an error message to the User listing the call sign of the contact that does not compare. Also, the number of contacts that have been reported in this fashion will be listed in the final stats display.

  • Fixed a problem with the QRZ local database processing module when running under Vista-64.

  • The Callsign Database button in the logging form now contains the name of the Database being used taking the form, "HamCall", "RAC", "QRZ" or "SAMS".

    October 2, 2009 -- V7.12 Bug Fixes:

  • This version adds new County Award Files that for the most part contain county names that are identical with the counthunters.com website. Also, the Alaskan Counties have been completely re-worked. The individual Alaskan boroughs have been removed and replaced with the four Alaskan Judicial Districts. A new dialog box has been added that lists each of the Alaskan boroughs and their corresponding Judicial Districts.

  • Corrected a problem with Logbook Menu re-indexing function. If, for some reason, a logbook containing contacts was paired with Index files that reflected no contacts the indexing logic would not process the file.

  • Corrected a problem with the Logbook Menu "Merge D/B Info" function.

    October 9, 2009 -- V7.13 Bug Fixes:

  • Corrected an operational problem with the "DXCC" button in the Award Status panel. Clicking "DXCC" will now take you to the entity list, positioned at the entity shown in the "DXCC" field of the logging form.

  • In some instances, when entering QSO's with multiple assigned prefixes (i.e. 3D2's, FO's and possibly others), the multiple prefix selection dialog was not being automatically activated. This has been corrected.

  • Corrected a problem with the tracking of "Dade" county in MO and GA.

  • Corrected a problem with accessing the QRZ local disk-based database.

    November 1, 2009 -- V7.14 Bug Fixes:

  • Added "Olivia" to the list of MixW supported Digital Modes.

  • Added "VK9" to the list of multiple selection DXCC prefixes. This was done in response to the Australian Communications and Media Authority announcement that it will discontinue  the use of a VK9 suffix letter to denote each of the six Australian external territories.

  • Corrected a problem with ICOM Rig Control whereby the Rigs IF Filter setting was not being retained when changing rig frequencies and/or modes from the ProLog Program.

  • This version also includes a new ADIF Import module. Some export modules, contrary to the ADIF specification, are embedding a '<" character in data strings causing ProLog to crash while processing such a record. Even though this should not happen with files that follow the ADIF specification, the new ADIF import module now has protective code to deal with this situation.

    November 8, 2009 -- V7.15 Bug Fixes:

  • Corrected a problem with Rig Control Files whereby file names in excess of 8 characters were not recognized.

  • Added the ability to edit the callsign of a newly entered contact. This enhancement has been added as a new menu entry in the logging form right-click menu.

  • This version update also contains new ADIF import (V7.05 Dated 10/31/2009) and ADIF export (V7.04 Dated 09/19/2009) executable files.

    November 18, 2009 -- V7.16/V7.17 Enhancements:

  • Comments from customers that the Logging Form "CALL" field is difficult to read when it is deactivated (Greyed) due to the reduction of the foreground/background contrast, has been corrected by continuing to maintain the Black letters on a white background even though field modification is inhibited.

  • The new Edit Callsign functionality has been further enhanced by the addition of a checkbox that permits the user to retain the original QSO Date/Time or update those variables with the current Date/Time.

    December 19, 2009 -- V7.18 Enhancements:

  • Corrected a problem whereby if ProLog was unable to establish Rig Control with the selected rig, an error message would be displayed, and the Rig Queue selection pull-down would be deactivated thus prohibiting the selection of another rig. Re-activation of Rig Control was only possible by exiting to the Rig Control Menu, reselecting a different rig and then returning to the logging form. New code in ProLog V7.18 leaves the Rig Selection Queue pull-down active at all times even when a rig control error is encountered, allowing the user to re-select another rig without leaving the Logging Form window.

    January 6, 2010 
    -- V7.19 Enhancements:

  • Added ICOM IC-718 and the Kenwood TS-790 to the list of supported rigs. (Download the RIGSUDV100 File)

  • Changed the Vari-List "QVIA" label to "QMNGR".

  • Modified the Rig control module to more quickly establish rig communications when switching rigs from the rig Selection Queue.

  • Modified the Rig Contrpl module so each active rig can have its own Poll Rate setting. Prior to this change all rigs had a common Poll Rate value.

    February 12, 2010  -- V7.20 Enhancements:

  • Corrected a problem whereby under some circumstances the LoTW Report Status was not being properly transferred to the associated contact in the logbook.

  • Enhanced the Edit Callsign function to include the modification of the Date and the Start/End QSO time. 

    February 13, 2010  -- V7.21 Enhancements:

  • Added a new "E" pushbutton to the Logging form to provide quick access to the Edit Callsign/Date/Time function. The new pushbutton is just below the existing "U" pushbutton adjacent to the "Date" field in the upper left hand corner of the logging form.

    June 6, 2010  -- V7.22 Bug Fixes/Enhancements:

  • This new version contains the implementation of a new display font for the Dialog Boxes and List Displays. The new font is bolder in appearance providing a much better foreground to background contrast with easier readability. Be advised, that due to the change in font, you may have to re-size a number of your existing ProLog windows. The new font size has been optimized to run with varying resolutions and any of the three Win-7 standard font size DPI settings. (96 DPI/120 DPI/144 DPI).

  • The main logging form layout has been slightly revised. The colors of the GMT Time, GMT Date and Local Time Fields are now displayed in the user-defined foreground and background color selections. The "DX Time" field has been relocated from the "Bearing and Country Information" panel  to the GMT Date/Time/Local TIme grouping. This re-arrangement places all of the time information at a single point in the logging form.

  • A new feature has been added to the "Update QSL/Category Status (ALL)" function. A "Retain Existing Date" checkbox has been added so when changes are made to the QSL/eQSL status of contacts in the SFI list, the user can elect to retain any existing date information. See the updated help file for more detailed information.

  • We have corrected a problem with backup filenames. Windows does not permit the use of some special characters in filenames, the stroke character "/" being one of them. Of course we use strokes all the time for portable operations. Be advised though that to satisfy the needs of Windows, strokes in logbook titles will be changed to hyphens (-) so if you should ever restore a logbook and your logbook  was titled W5VP/2 the backup will be in a folder labeled "W5VP-2". The hyphen is translated back to a stroke if and when the logbook is ever restored.

  • A "Manager" field has been added to the Callbook Lookup Dialog Box. Also the Callbook information data fields which used to be fixed color (yellow characters on a black background) are now displayed with the User Defined foreground/background colors.

    June 12, 2010  -- V7.23 Bug Fixes/Enhancements:

  • V7.23 corrects a bug in V7.22 where the Band information was not displayed when displaying the dupe (Previously Worked) list.

    June 20, 2010  -- V7.24 Bug Fixes/Enhancements:

  • V7.24 Expands the Page List Mode to the full horizontal width of the screen. This change has been made to accommodate more data in the Vari-List Column of the Page Mode Window. This change also applies to the SFI List and Award Totals List Windows as well.

  • Corrected a radio-button selection problem in the Award Totals Window whereby the "Both" radio-button was not selectable.

    July 3, 2010  -- V7.25 Bug Fixes/Enhancements:

  • Corrected a problem with the "Totals" List "Submit Ready" function where erroneous entity entries were being listed. This was traced to improper decoding of contacts made using digital modes.  

  • Corrected a problem whereby in the RST default mode, a trailing space was being stored into tone position of the RSTs and RSTr fields when using SSB transmission mode. This made it difficult to edit the default signal level position. The trailing space has been removed.

  • The change in V7.,24 to expand the Page List, SFI List and Award Totals List Windows to full screen has also been incorporated into the Dupe List Window as well.

  • This new version also includes a County Award File Update (V1.01). Make sure you download and install that update file as well.

    July 17, 2010  -- V7.26 Bug Fixes/Enhancements:

  • Corrected a problem with the Memory Channel Window. When a memory channel was selected, and the associated mode for that channel was SSB, regardless of the band, the transceiver would be set to LSB. This problem has been corrected and the mode set at the transceiver is now set to LSB or USB based on the band. 

  • January 1, 2011  -- V7.27 Bug Fixes/Enhancements:

  • Integrated the old DOS based IOTA Database reindex module (ITAREIDX) into the ProLog Program. The new functionality is accessed via the Options > Database > Reindex IOTA Information Database. Whenever a new IOTA entity is activated or added the IOTAINFO.DBA file must be re-indexed using this newly added functionality. 

  • January 16, 2011  -- V7.28 Bug Fixes/Enhancements:

  • Added support for MixW Digital modes BPSK63, BPSK125, QPSK63, QPSK125, RTTYM and CONTESTIA.

    January 17, 2011 
    -- V7.29 Bug Fix:

  • Enhancement added to V7.28 was causing corruption of Frequency information in the Logging Form Frequency field of contacts that were made using the CONTESTIA digital mode. Due to the scope of this bug, you should re-index each of your logbooks after you install V7.29.

  • January 24, 2011  -- V7.30 Bug Fix:

  • Numerous emails regarding corruption of DX Spot Lines while using DX Summit. This has been traced to a new version of mIRC that has been installed on their backup server; those responsible for the backup server are in the process of correcting this issue. However, should there be a resolution delay this new version of ProLog takes corrective measures to filter the offending control characters from the DX Spot Line. The incorporated fix corrects the problem making any switch to the Summit backup server transparent to the user.

  • Also this new version corrects a problem whereby switching between logbooks with different modes, for example one set to standard modes and the other set to Digital Modes, would not restore the last-set modes properly.

    March 29, 2011  -- V7.31 Bug Fix:

  • This version corrects a problem related to the positioning of the cursor while in Contest Mode. When the logging form was cleared, the cursor would be positioned in the "Date" field rather than the "Call" field. 

  • This version corrects a problem related to the SFI list display when ordering the list by QSO Date. If the computer is set to Small Fonts, the Date Field column information was overrunning the divider line into the adjacent Callsign column. 

  • June 29, 2011  -- V7.32 Enhancement

  • This new version permits the User to enter the RSV value in the RSTs and RSTr fields of the logging form for contacts made using the SSTV mode. Previous versions of ProLog retained the 3rd digit only for contacts made using RTTY, CW or Digital modes.

  • September 29, 2011  -- V7.33 Bug Fix:

  • When running an LoTW Update procedure from the Logbook Menu, certain formats within the LOTWREPORT.ADI file would cause ProLog to crash; version 7.33 corrects that issue.

ProLog-V6 Version History and Fixes

June 8, 2006 -- V6.01:

  • Corrected an indexing problem when an existing contact is edited and resaved.

  • Corrected a Win95 specific display problem.

June 16, 2006 -- V6.02:

  • Corrected a problem with award status coloring on the VUCC and Counties Panels. 

June 22, 2006 -- V6.03:

  • Expanded the External Drive Letter space to accommodate systems with a large number of assigned drives.

  • Corrected a problem with Help Window access while the logging form is not displayed 

July 3, 2006 -- V6.04:

  • Corrected a problem with the Logbook Merge operation when implementing the "Add Comment" feature.

July 5, 2006 -- V6.05:

  • Corrected "PT", "PB" and "PR" button labeling in the Large Font Display.

August 7, 2006 -- V6.06:

  • Corrected a problem with restarting ProLog after deleting a logbook folder.

August 23, 2006 -- V6.07:

  • Corrected a problem with auto-transfer from an external Call-book database.

August 25, 2006 -- V6.08:

  • Corrected a problem with the Logbook "Refresh" command logic.

September 6, 2006 -- V6.09:

  • Corrected a problem with the Callsign Search logic while in Page Mode.

Septemeber 17, 2006 -- V6.10     Bug Fixes:

  • Corrected a problem with the SYSTEM.INF restoration. This fix includes a new release of RESTORE1.BAT file.

September 22, 2006 -- V6.11     Bug Fixes:

  • Corrected a problem with LoTW updating due to a change in the ARRL's format.

October 7, 2006 -- V6.12:

  • Corrected a problem with SFI Date Ordering.

October 9, 2006 -- V6.13:

  • Updated the Log Header Record Format. 

October 28, 2006 -- V6.14     Bug Fixes:

  • Corrected a problem with the clearing of the QSL Label Tag after printing a QSL Label.

February 11, 2007 -- V6.15:

  • Corrected an indexing problem when the Callsign or Date is edited on an existing contact.

  • Modified the content of the RESTORE1 and RESTORE2 files to retain the backup file. 

March 11, 2007 -- V6.16:

  • Implemented the new Vista formatted Help Files. 

March 25, 2007-- V6.17:

  • Corrected a problem with the WWV report window.

  • Implemented a link to Google Maps.

April 16, 2007 -- V6.18:

  • Added a new "V6 Logbook Conversion" command pushbutton to the Logbook Menu.

 July 16, 2007 -- V6.19/V6.20:

  • Added the ability to select an alternate address to the DX Summit website.

August 23, 2007 -- V6.21: 

  • Corrected a problem with setting the source drive letter associated with the Flying Horse Callbook. 

November 21, 2007 -- V6.22:

  • Corrected a problem with the displaying of the COM port number associated with Rig Control. Double digit port numbers were not displaying properly.

December 17, 2007 -- V6.23:

  • Corrected a problem with Tag Definitions. The settings were not being properly transferred to the Dialog box.

  • Added selection logic for the newly assigned "FJ" prefix. (New Prefix and Award Files V4.5 released.) 

 February 18, 2008 -- V6.24:

  • Corrected a problem where the displayed QSO Count did not properly update following a contact deletion.

  • Corrected an Index-Mixing problem associated with editing a date and/or callsign of an existing contact.

  • Corrected an Index-Mixing problem associated with the Deletion of an existing contact.

  • Corrected  a problem where known contacts are not found when date searching from the logging form.

February 24, 2008 -- V6.25:

  • Corrected a problem where Log Form auto-filling was not functioning when signed onto QRZ Online. Note: This service requires a subscription (Read Fee) to QRZ Online which is a separate entity from the standard QRZ lookups.

  • Corrected a problem with eQSL status lookups using settings in the SFI filter menu. Some status combinations, even though present in some contacts were not located and listed.

March 2, 2008 -- V6.26

  • Added an Entity Selection Dialog Box permitting the User to select either North or South Cook Island on all "E5" series callsigns.

  • Corrected a problem where DX Spot Alerting was not following the mode settings established by the user-defined band plan.

  • Corrected a problem where DX Spots received from the DxTelNet program were not automatically populating the DX Spot List Window.

  • Corrected a problem where the Dupe Contact List was being displayed a second time just prior to saving a new contact to the database.

  • Corrected a problem where the Auto-End-QSO-Time function was not working properly. The same time (Minutes/Seconds) was being saved in both the Start and End QSO Time Fields.

March 16, 2008 -- V6.27

  • Corrected a problem where the Alarm On/Off LED was inadvertently being shut off whenever a change was made to the filter settings from the DX Spot Window.

  • Corrected a problem where the Dupe List of previous contacts was not properly displaying the transmission mode of the contact. This error applied only to the Digital Modes.

  • This version corrects a problem that was a side-effect of a fix that was incorporated in V6.26 relative to the Dupe Contact List being displayed a second time. The side-effect of this fix was that under certain circumstances the User Preferences would be defaulted back to their default values when saving contact data back to the logbook database. This problem has been corrected.

March 30, 2008 -- V6.28

  • Corrected a problem where ProLog would not properly initialize COM Port numbers above 9.

  • The Page Mode double-click function has been enhanced to statically display the selected contact information without returning to the Logging Form thus permitting the user to remain in Page Mode while reviewing contact data. To Edit the contact, simply select it then depress the keyboard "ENTER" key to place the contact into the logging form.

  • This version corrects a problem with the Logbook Re-index module. Running a Logbook Re-index would in fact setup a situation whereby the next new contact that was entered would appear out of sequence and, if searched for, would be associated with and display an entirely different contact and call sign.

April 23, 2008 -- V6.29

  • Corrected a problem where callsign information received back from QRZ Online was not properly processed due to case sensitivity.

  • Corrected a problem where on newly entered contacts, edits to the default Callbook Information (Name, QTH, County etc.) were not being retained when the contact was saved to the database.

  • Corrected a problem where there was some undesirable cross-talk between the QSL Route Manager and the Logging program. This had to do with looking up and transferring callsign information in the Route Manager then entering a new contact into the logging program. Rather than displaying the information for the callsign entered, the information from the previous Route Manager callsign lookup would appear in the logging form.

July 28, 2008 -- V6.30

  • Corrected a problem where a number of ProLog's display windows were not being properly re-painted when other application windows were overlaid or moved across ProLog's windows.

  • Corrected a problem where actively switching between the DX Spot List Window and the 'Totals' window would corrupt the file path settings established by the 'Totals' processing module.

  • Corrected a problem where the 'Totals' display window was not properly displayed using Windows 'Large Size (120 DPI)'' setting. The result was window clipping that masked over some of the command pushbuttons.

November 22, 2008 -- V6.31

  • The loss of DX Spots in the Spot List Window is due to a minor change in the DX Summit record format. V6.31 has been re-coded to conform to the new format. Unfortunately, they made a modification to the incoming spot format as well, but information on this change is not available at this time. In the meantime the generation of DX Spots has be temporarily removed from the ProLog environment. Clicking the "Send DX Spot" menu entry will take you to the DX Summit Website where you may enter your spot information. As soon as we have the new format information we will restore DX Spotting from the ProLog environment.

November 27, 2008 -- V6.32

  • This version restores DX Spotting to the ProLog environment.

  • Additionally, this version adds the ability to send General Announcements via DX Summit. The "Options" menu now contains a new menu entry labeled "Send Announcement".

January 24, 2009 -- V6.33

  • This version supports Logbook Backup and Restore under Windows Vista-64. This new feature is fully detailed in Vista-64 Backup Document.

January 27, 2009 -- V6.34

  • This version update supports the latest change to the DX Summit Robots. In collaboration with N6RT we have synchronized the data alignment of DX Spots generated by N6RT and N6RT-away  with the dxs robot. This will ensure that regardless of the source DX Spots, the data format will be the same.

March 20, 2009 -- V6.35

  • This version update corrects an operational anomaly with Windows 98 and ME where launching the Prefix and 1010 editors would crash the system. This update also includes new help files with an added topic that provides an overview and operational description of the new Vista-64 backup capability.

April 4, 2009 -- V6.36

  • This version update corrects a problem when utilizing the "Digital" checkbox. With some rigs, the mode setting in the logging form was reverting back to the currently selected rig mode rather than retaining the selected Digital Mode. 

  • This version also corrects a problem associated with the batch processing of eQSL status utilizing the "Update QSL/Tag Status (Group)" located on the right-click menu of the SFI list or any of the award report modules. 

 

 


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