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New Feature - OTRSP

Logger32 OTRSP Commands  OTRSP Command Macros  New File
Starting with Logger32 version 3.48.55, new OTRSP command macros have been added to RCP panel, CW Machine and Soundcard Data panels. More details are on this OTRSP page. This will enable users of OTRSP supported SO2R interfaces to more fully use both radios.

Automatic Updates

Logger32 Auto Update Help information  Logger32 Auto Update - Help file information  New File
Starting with Logger32 version 3.47 Automated update has been incorporated. This can be setup for automatic notification or accomplished manually. More details are in the Logger32 v3.47 Help file.
NOTE: For this function to operate, you must have an Internet connection available. It is also suggested that you close all programs except Logger32. It may be necesary to temporarily disable any anti-Virus software you are running. Please see the discussions on Hamlogger Yahoo! Group.

Upgrade Version

Upgrades Logger32 3.48.x to 3.49.0  This is the Logger32 Upgrade which updates the software ONLY for users of v3.48.x and above  
This is the Logger32 Upgrade which updates the software for users of v3.48.x and above (please follow the instructions in the READ.ME file included in the package). Users who have fallen behind in updates and wish to upgrade to 3.49 from earler releases, please backup your logs in ADIF format, download and install the full version of 3.49 and import the backup ADIF logs.
UPGRADE INSTRUCTIONS for 3.48.x and above to 3.49.0 ONLY:
  1. Backup all your logs and user files using the first two buttons on the left on the Logger32 toolbar
  2. Stop Logger32
  3. Unzip the contents of the downloaded zip file into a covenient location. This will give you 2 Zip files
  4. Unzip the contents of Upgrade.zip to your Logger32 directory
  5. If you wish to use the latest Country databases, unzip the contents of Database.zip to your Logger32 directory
  6. This release requires new version 3.49 Language files which are available on the Support section of this website
  7. Run Logger32 and verify that you have version 3.49.0 running
  8. Recalculate the statistics for all your logbooks
Blocked Help File:
If, after updating/installing Logger32, you can not open the help file, or when you click on a subject you receive the message "The page cannot be displayed. The page you are looking for is currently unavailable. The Web site might be experiencing technical difficulties, or you may need to adjust your browser settings."
You can correct this problem - Using Windows Explorer, go to the Logger32 directory and right click on the Logger32.chm file. Select properties and UNcheck the message at the bottom of that screen saying "this file was downloaded from another computer and may be blocked."

Full Version

The Full download of Logger32 v3.49.0This is the Full Version of Logger32 version 3.49.0 which is intended for New Users   
This package is intended for new users of Logger32 or those attempting to upgrade from a release earlier than the last release.
WARNING:
Effective release 3.24 the default installation directory has changed from C:\Program Files\Logger32 to C:\Logger32 This has been done because of Vista and Win7 issues with virtualization and the \Program Files directory.
If you are a new user:
  1. If you are a Vista or Win7 user, read the notes below
  2. Run SETUP.EXE to install Logger32
If you are upgrading from an old version:
  1. Before installing this software, with Logger32 running, you must
    1. Export all your logs in ADIF format.
    2. Zip your logbooks and user files using the leftmost two buttons on the Logger32 toolbar.
    3. Note the name of your Logbook (it is on the header of the Logbook Page Window)
  2. Stop Logger32
  3. Run Setup.exe - Make sure you install Logger32 in the correct directory (the same directory as your previous installation).
  4. After installing this package, run Logger32 and verify the correct version is running.
  5. Stop Logger32
  6. Delete your four Logbook files (the filename is as noted in step 1c). A logbook consists of a set of four files filename.ISD, filename.ISF, filename.ISM and filename.ISL
  7. Run Logger32 again.
  8. Import the ADIF file(s) you created in step 1
  9. If there are errors during the ADIF import, correct the errors in the BAD.ADI file, rename the file and re-import.
  10. If you have more than one Logbook, repeat steps 7, 8 and 9 for each Logbook you exported in step 1a.
Suggestions for Vista and Windows 7 users:
  1. Turn UAC OFF. Vista/Win7 has a very annoying protection system which keeps popping up messages asking you if you really want to do something. This is known as the (U)ser (A)cess (C)ontrol and is best turned OFF if you want to maintain your sanity. Review the Vista/WIn7 help system to find out how to do this on your machine. See: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Turn-User-Account-Control-on-or-off
  2. Logger32 should be installed in a folder directly off the root such as C:\Logger32 (the installation default).
  3. The CW Machine (in software mode) does not generate sidetone correctly under Vista or Win7. PC freezes and/or BSOD have been reported. Turn off CW side tone.
Installation Error:
If, during installation you receive an error message similar to: "Cannot find the source file C:\temp\@IOTAIsland23.isd to install OR - "Cannot continue installation because the following is not found: c:\temp\logger32\\@mmtty.exe. The path and filename are NOT critical and will change from user to user.
The critical point is that the missing file is prefixed by the @ sign. This results from previously failed installation attempt in which Windows incorrectly uncompressed files into the Windows directory. Search your Windows directory and delete any files with the Logger32 or Logger name and then try the install again.
Blocked Help File:
If, after updating/installing Logger32, you can not open the help file, or when you click on a subject you receive the message "The page cannot be displayed. The page you are looking for is currently unavailable. The Web site might be experiencing technical difficulties, or you may need to adjust your browser settings."
You can correct this problem - Using Windows Explorer, go to the Logger32 directory and right click on the Logger32.chm file. Select properties and UNcheck the message at the bottom of that screen saying "this file was downloaded from another computer and may be blocked."