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Gagarin Cup contest 2021-04-10-11.
Is export possible to Cabrillo?
Unfortunately, the Contest Filter is saved only for ADIF and HTML.
73! Vladimir

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Vladimir
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ADIF -> EDI conv https://github.com/drom/conlog
adif2cabrillo converter https://observablehq.com/@eu2aa/adif2cabrillo

oh1kh
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HI Vladimir!

Cabrillo export always need filter. Even if you create a new log used for only that one contest. That kind of case you can use contest filter if you have given name for contest in contest window. You can type any name, in case the contest name selection list does not have it. If you use one log for all qsos I recommend to add year, or more precise date, to name to find all contest specific qsos if log can have same contests from several years.
Contest window's contest name is just a name to find qsos afterwards. It does not affect anything else.

If you did not give any name, and log used was made only for this one contest, you still have to use filter. Then it is easier to filter by dates. In filter setup set contest starting day and ending day. Then click OK to activate filter and see that all qsos are selected.
After that you can do Cabrillo export.

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Saku
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Recommendations file:///usr/share/cqrlog/help/h23.html#ah22 file:///usr/share/cqrlog/help/h3.html#ah28 completed

Vladimir
https://observablehq.com/@eu2aa
http://eu2aa.com
http://eu2aa.qrz.ru
Logger CQRLOG OK2CQR https://www.cqrlog.com
ADIF -> EDI conv https://github.com/drom/conlog
adif2cabrillo converter https://observablehq.com/@eu2aa/adif2cabrillo

EU2AA
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Hi Saku,

thanks for your reply!

I have been using CQRLOG since 2015 for NAC, EWAC, LYAC Contests.
Expot to ADIF and converter - ADIF -> EDI converter https://github.com/drom/conlog
Always successful.
Thanks to the Authors of CQRLOG!

1.Unfortunately, from April 10 to April 16, I was not able to export to Cabrillo for the Gagarin Cup Contest at QO-100.
2. I have followed all recommendations Filtering HELP file:///usr/share/cqrlog/help/h23.html#ah22
3. The filter is created, saved and loaded.
4.In Filtering HELP has a total of TWO Export outputs: "Choose 'ADIF' or 'HTML'. The usual File Save dialog appears (depending on the desktop used). Choose a location and file name."
5. ADIF and HTML export works great.
6.In Filtering HELP, there is NO indication of Export to Cabrillo.
7. When I try to Export to CABRILLO, the filter removes all my QSOs. The number of QSO = 0.
8.Yesterday, at my request, AI6YP created a converter for me https://observablehq.com/@drom/adif2cabrillo , which helped me out.
9.Of course, I have a desire to learn how to export to Cabrillo directly from CQRLOG.

Thanks you Saku

Vladimir
https://observablehq.com/@eu2aa
http://eu2aa.com
http://eu2aa.qrz.ru
Logger CQRLOG OK2CQR https://www.cqrlog.com
ADIF -> EDI conv https://github.com/drom/conlog
adif2cabrillo converter https://observablehq.com/@eu2aa/adif2cabrillo

oh1kh
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HI Vladimir !

When contest is named at working phase you can do filtering with "QSO list/Filter/Contest filter" It will show all contest names in current log on selector list. Just select right name and press OK. That is easiest way. Then you can move to ADIF, Cabrillo or EDI export (Note that there is also EDI export in cqrlog).
About the EDI export:. I can not help about it as I have never used it and not programmed it. But I am sure it also works and has been carefully tested by it's programmer.

Other way is to select "QSO list/Filter/Create" (or press F12). If you do one time filtering there is no need to save and load it. Just set filtering basics and press OK. After that you can do export.

I have tried to keep manual up to date with new features but there might be parts that do not always have latest, or precise information.
Feedback and corrections are always welcome.
To be sure everything works as expected be sure to use latest version of cqrlog. Even better if it is compiled from GitHub source as package managers do not update their repositories often enough.

By the way, have you seen these cqrlog contest videos?
Part 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ZOhZvnlk7I&t=9s
Part 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qXILop0QwQk&t=2s

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Saku
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