twlog is a stand alone program intended to replace a paper logbook, but
with additional features that allow it to interface with other programs.
It can import data from twHamQTH and automatically fill in the stations call,
QTH and name. It can also automatically send an eQSL to the worked station.
When a call sign is put into the interface, it will search the log and
display all previous QSO's with that station.
twlog can also send the call in it's interface to any other programs.
Currently, twpsk and twlog use this feature.
When the eQSL checkbox is enabled, twlog will automatically send an eQSL to the station you just worked. The QSL is sent when you append the QSO
to the logfile.
If you are also running the
program, twlog will automatically fill the Call and Notes fields. The Notes field is loaded with the operators QTH and name.
Automatic call search - when you enter a call (at least 2 characters) into the Call box, the logfile is searched and matches are displayed in another window.
Delete a QSO by clicking on the QSO number in the log editor.
A popup menu on the main window has buttons for the more commonly used functions.
On line help is available from the main menu.
Twlog provides the current station's call to other programs. The call
entered in the Call box can be read and used by other programs - currently this works with
A resource file allows you to customize the menus (Band, Mode, Power) for
the bands and modes that you work.
Most of the log entries and operations can be made with a button press or
a single key stroke.
The data fields include the date, start and end times, call sign, band,
mode, power, and signal reports. There is also a field for general notes.
The log editor is shown below at about 80% of normal size.
The window for the call search is similar.