KLog v0.9.2.8 released
Jaime Robles, EA4TV, has just released v0.9.2.8 of the free KLog logging software for OS X, Linux and Windows.
This release includes the following new features:
- A Satellite page update that will show the uplink and downlink automatically and has all the main data used in satellite communications in the same box.
- Two new languages, Polish and Danish that will bring new users to KLog.
- Several optimizations to the code that will make KLog to run a faster.
- Important Optimization on KLog speed on start and general use.
- New satellite (AO-91) added.
- Added ALL the ADIF 3.0.7 fields (except the _INTL ones).
- New feature: New menus to export ADIF files for LoTW and manage LoTW status.
- GUI: Implemented an error reporting for the users for main errors
- GUI: When a satellite is selected the main bands are automatically proposed.
- GUI: QSO band is now linked to the uplink & downlink bands in the satellite tab.
- Bugfix: Some ADIF fields were not properly imported/exported.
- Bugfix: When searching calls like 1A0XX, 2E0XX, … no results were found but there are with 3D0XXX
- Bugfix: If an empty log was selected on config file, on next KLog start KLog crashed.
- Bugfix: Doubleclicking on the log to edit was sometimes causing the band/mode data to be shown as a number instead of the human readable name.
- Bugfix: Windows version did not detected the DB movement correctly.
- New translation: Polish by LA7RRA (Thank you!).
- New translation: Danish by Joe (Thank you!).
- Updated translations: Croatian (TNX M0NKC), Italian (TNX IU5HIU), Spanish (EA4TV)
- Several internal updates.
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.