jLog v6.7 released
jLog is a free Java based Ham Logging program that can run on all major platforms, e.g. Mac OS X, Linux/Unix, Windows, etc. It offers a nice, clean interface and allows efficient entry of QSOs.
Import or Export of data using the standardized ADIF 3 or ADIF 2 formats are possible to easily exchange data with any other Log programs.
jLog is written in Java and needs a Java Runtime Environment (JRE) to run both the installer and the application. JREs are available for all major platforms, either as an integrated part or as an installable option.
jLog V 6.7 – Release Notes
A new release of jLog is available from an all new Web site at https://jlog.org. New installers for all platforms are provided by “Oracle and /or its affiliates” as part of Java OpenJDK 17. No need for users to install Java (for jLog). jLog has the necessary subset of Java built-in (Java 17.0.2 LTS). Prior installations of Java can be removed unless needed by other applications. All current users must re-register to use jLog.
Functionally, this is a minor release with the following changes:
- FT8 – added to Main Window Status panel
- Improved ‘DXCC Report’ with FT8 and with easy selection between Paper, eQSL and LoTW QSL Status.
- Help->On jLog opens in Browser and displays a new on-line manual undr development
- Help->Register is now self-service with instant registration
- ICOM ID-51, ID-52, IC-705, IC-7850 and IC-9700 radios added
- Profile->Entry allows conversion from radio mode “PKT” to a desired digital mode (e.g. FT8 or RTTY)
- New installers for all platforms provided by “Oracle and /or its affiliates” as part of Java OpenJDK 17.
- Signed installers for macOS and Windows to simplify installation and avoid warnings during or after downloading jLog.
- Allow input of date formats ddmmyy or mmddyy with yy>=21
- eQSL Import – minor log fix to correct old values
- Tools->HamQTH – corrected dead link
- Corrected Search-field failed when using spacebar to open the resulting entry
- Corrected failing to hide rows in Verify
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jLog can be downloaded from the jLog.org website.