News in the version 2022.1.5.4(December 31, 2022)
» yaLOG is now localized in English (default), French, Spanish, Italian and German. Selection is possible from the global preferences panel.
A special thanks goes to 30AT105 for spanish, 14CEM042 for french, and 35WR035 Frank for german translation.
» QSL images are now displayed inside of yaLOG, and enlarged outside.
» A small bug that doesn't allow to insert new QSO's when opening an empty log previously created.
» In some case the language does'nt respect the user selection. A new selection may be required with this build in order to set the desired language correctly.
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Recent previous versions
2022.1.4.41 (November 18, 2022)
» Completely reviewed the dupe QSO check logic. Fixed the bug that in some condition was showing ripetitive and unuseful popup alarms.
» Removed the the mysterious symbols that appeared in the spot remarks sent.
2022.1.4.35 (November 13, 2022)
» Added multilingual support (looking for German and Spanish home language translators).
» Added an Email field in QSO personal data.
» Added a new QSO panel wich allow to set links to several pictures, as scanned QSL cards.
» Intermittent bug with QSO indexing when insert a dupe contact.
» Optimized the main windows aspect mantainment at next app opening.
» CSV export now is working as well.
» Semplified the sequence management of dupe QSO.
» The TAB index order of the fields while add o modifi a QSO
2022.1.3.3 (October 4, 2022)
» Changed the behaviour of the awards combo boxes. Now they allow to unselect a previously selected value and leave the item empty.
» Changed the suggestion to users who has just installed the app. Now they can create or load a log immediately.
» Fixed a bug that fail to determinate the prefix if the entered call sign contain only the letter 'E' as not-numeric letter.
» Fixed a bug that truncate the entered callsign if it starts with a not-numeric letter.
» Admitted the symbol #, in order to fit some U.S.A. call sign.
2022.1.2.28 (September 23, 2022)
» Fixed a small bug that in some system does'nt perform a correct installation, failing the first run of the app.
» Fixed a bug that don't allow the QSO's modification if the filter is active.
» Fixed a bug that when opening yaLOG did not remember how the main window was sized at the previous program closure.
» Fixed a bug that occoured when the cluster is active and the program works in real-time mode, disabling the save button.
» Full Xojo API 2.0 compliance.
» Improved QSL summary with more details.
» Enhanced the redraw of main contacts table when change fonts or window size.
» Fixed IWI calculation in summary.
» Added orizontal scrollbar to contacts and cluster table.
» Changed the QRZ11 lookup method.
» A lot of minor fix and improvements.
2022.1.1.2 (September 11, 2022)
» Introduced a rudimental way to enlarge fonts in the main window for the OM who, like myself, are starting to have some problem viewing very small characters :). Better than nothing, but needs to be improved.
» Fixed the program crash when load an old contact assigned to a wrong DXCC or IOTA reference.
» Improved the program behaviour when installed and running without an internet connection.
» Added the right 178 div. flag.
» Small invisible improvements to make yaLOG more stable.
2022.1.0.1920 (September 4, 2022)
» Version numbering changed. Now the major release reflect the year, followed by minor, bug, and build progressive numbers.
» Improved DXCC, IOTA and QSL statistics. Now much more faster and extended.
» Extended IOTA database. Now you can register not only the group reference, but also each single island (more than 12.000) wich is part of it.
» Fully reviewed Quick/Advanced filters.
» Improved cluster performances. The data received from clusters are now processed directly in RAM, without any cache on HDD.
» A lot of invisible improvements, wich make yaLOG more stable and faster.
Due to the new setting model this version require to define your preferences again. Please spend a few second in order to set them, cluster access included. Special thanks goes to:
» 26AT169 Bill for the great help whith beta testing.
» Max (ex 1AT107), for the IOTA database supervision and test.