KLog v0.9.2.7 released
Jaime Robles, EA4TV, has just released v0.9.2.7 of the free KLog logging software for OS X, Linux and Windows. Assistance with this release was also provided by:
- JustinBRye for the English proof reading.
- IU5HIU for the new Italian translation.
- JL3OXR for the Japanese translation update.
A new website has been established for KLog at http://www.klog.xyz
Changelog for this version is:
September 2017 – 0.9.2.7
- KLog offers the possibility to move the DB to another path (maybe a DropBox folder!)
- New Operating systems recognized in runtime.
- Updated the references to macOS from OSX.
- Updated the list of valid modes up to ADIF 3.0.6. (supports FT8!)
- Updated the list of valid propagation modes up to ADIF 3.0.6.
- Update the 136KHz band limits to the new US licenses.
- Optimized the speed of printing the log.
- GUI: Added the QSO information done in a year on the DX-Marathon area.
- GUI: Simplified the way active bands/modes are selected.
- GUI: Satellite tab is redesigned.
- GUI: Created a widget to manage all “eQSL” simplifying implementation of the main widget.
- GUI: Created a widget to manage the Log, simplifying implementation of the main widget.
- GUI: Created a widget to manage the Search, simplifying implementation of the main widget.
- GUI: Added a SplashScreen on KLog start to show the user the starting process.
- GUI: If the user adds a frequency in the TX Freq box that is not a currently used band, it is automatically added to the band seletion widget.
- BugFix: Fixed how new logs were added to the DB.
- BugFix: Identification is a band was HF or VHF was not always properly done.
- BugFix: Higher bands where not shown to be selected in the preferences.
- BugFix: DB updating function (009) blocked the execution of KLog the first time it was executed.
- BugFix: Language message if English is the System language is no shown anymore.
- New translation: Italian by IU5HIU (Thank you!).
- Translations updated: Original English (TNX JustinBRye, from Debian-10n-english), Spanish (EA4TV), Japanese (TNX JL3OXR).
As always, Klog is available absolutely free of charge, and Jaime welcomes anyone who may want to join the KLog team with coding, translating, documenting, or doing any other task that may help KLog. KLog mailing lists are available for users and developers.
You can download KLog for free for Linux/Windows/OSX in the KLog download page.