jLog v6.10 released
jLog is a modern Logging program for Hams that can run on all major platforms, e.g. macOS, Linux, Windows, etc. It offers a nice, clean interface and allows efficient entry of QSOs. It provides good real-time integrations and Internet lookups and logging.
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 6.10 – Release notes
The latest release of jLog is available from https://jlog.org and brings the following changes:
- Added 15 more flexible columns (25 total) to the Main Window
- Distance available as a flexible column, also updated for new entries and on ADIF import
- Changed serial driver to the more updated jSerialComm
- Added option to restart radio drivers in Tools->Radio, i.e. avoiding restart of jLog
- Added ‘Init’ with default values for Cabrillo format for new user defined contest IDs
- Minor Java update to 21.0.1 (except that Linux RPM version is now using 20.0.2)
- New format for User’s Guide with improved navigation and a PDF is now available for off-line use
- Faster jLog available for Apple M1/2/3 (aarch64) computers
- Fixed data dependability in ADIF Import
- Fixed crash in Reports->USA-CA
- Fixed missing library file for the Map function
- Adjusted QRZ Callsign field height, e.g. to avoid ‘J ‘shown as ‘I’
- Linux RPM version is now using Java 20.0.3 to access TQSL without problems
An example of >10 flexible columns (and new ones like e.g. qL=QRZLog, hL=HRDLog, cl=Club Log):
Please send comments, suggestions, etc. to [email protected]. Thanks!
jLog can be downloaded from the jLog.org website.