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MacLoggerDX Version 5.52 Released:

Don Agro (VE3VRW) on February 26, 2014
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Dog Park Software is pleased to announce that version 5.52 of MacLoggerDX has been released.

What's New in this version:

* Better skimmer spot processing.
* Added QSX spot tuning.
* Added Follow radio spot check box.
* Added Ten-Tec Orion power reading.
* Added M2 RC2800 rotor driver with read-back.
* Added Green Heron rotor driver with read-back.
* Added MDS RC1 rotor driver with read-back.
* Added Idiom Press Rotor-EZ rotor driver with read-back.
* Added Adaptive Polling check box.
* Added QSL Image EXIF rotation.
* Debug Logs moved to MLDX_Logs folder.
* FT-8x7 bug fixed.

MacLoggerDX is the Total Mac Ham Radio Assistant and premier Mac logger:

Organizing and filtering the spots from your favourite DX Cluster for DXing, Contesting or casual rag-chewing.

It supports close to a hundred radios, automatically tuning to the spots you are interested in and optionally swinging your beam around.

Alerting you to rare contacts or Band Openings and looking up, displaying on 2D, 3D and Satellite Maps and logging your contacts to a super fast sql database.

MacLoggerDX can also email you when the Bands are open or that rare DX is spotted.

Awards Tracking, Band Activity, Schedules, Memories, QSL Generation, ADIF import, export, eQSL, LoTW Confirmations and much more.

This is a free update for all Version 5 customers and can be downloaded from:

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