Author Archives: Jaime
I have just released KLog 1.4.5. It is not including new features, just bug fixes and new modes and satellites added. January 2021 – 1.4.5 – Added the FST4 and FST4W modes. – Added the RS-44 satellite. – UI: Changed … Continue reading
Many times, many people have asked for a manual, documentation, guide or similar. A document explaining how to do something in particular or define some feature. I admit, I prefer to code than to document but the manual could not … Continue reading
Another bugfix release
I have just released KLog 1.3. The main new feature is a great optimization in the search engine that allows to search very quickly even in big logs. You can see the Changelog to check what other improvements and bugfixes … Continue reading
As previous times, after a release, with new features, there is a bugfix release. Today I am releasing 1.2.1 that arrives after some days of development during holiday time 🙂 This kind of releases never come with new features but … Continue reading
I have just released KLog 0.9.9.1 to fix a bug that caused bands and modes to be duplicated in the band and mode selector. Enjoy KLog!
As sometimes happen, after one update, there is another one to fix some bugs. This time I am also releasing some other minor changes that I hope will improve the user experience. Check the Changelog for the details. August – … Continue reading
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.