Author Archives: Jaime
KLog 0.9.8 is ready for release after some months. KLog 0.9.8 comes with Hamlib to connect your rig.It also adds the new FT4 mode and some other bugfixes. The Changelog shows: August – 0.9.8 – New feature: Basic Hamlib support. … Continue reading
After some reports of problems with the windows package of KLog 0.9.7.2, I have just updated the installer. The problem was caused because the previous installer was including a wrong version of the SQLite Qt library. It is fixed now. … Continue reading
I have just released 0.9.7.2 fixing a bug preventing the frequencies shown being higher than 99.999 MHz. As it was easy to fix and it could affect VHF and higher freqs users (satellite, EME operators…) I decided to release quickly.
I have created a Telegram discussion group to discuss on KLog. Things like help requests, bug reports, features requests or simply chats about KLog are welcome. This is the link to join: https://t.me/klogchat @klogchat
A new language is coming to KLog! Now it is time for French, that will make KLog to be closer to all the hamradio community in France. Once again, it is one of the KDE translation/localization teams, this time the … Continue reading
KLog is being translated into German by one KDE-de team member and next release (0.9.5) will probably be fully translated into German! Translators are bringing KLog to new users. Thank you Burkhard for your help!
Murphy has came to KLog 0.9.4 and just after releasing, I found a bug. Not too important, no data was lost and everything worked OK but the message that was shown to the user when a QSO was coming from … Continue reading
KLog is also speaking Danish. With the New Year start, Joe has completed the Danish translation. As Joe is not a hamradio operator, it may be good to have a Danish speaker to give a look to KLog, once the … Continue reading
Piotr, LA7RRA has translated KLog into Polish. The new language will be available fot the Polish KLog users since KLog 0.9.2.8 in a few days. Thank you so much Piotr! If you want to translate KLog into your language, visit our Translations page.