[time-nuts] Lady Heather Version 5 is now available
arnold.tibus at gmx.de
Sun Dec 11 19:52:46 EST 2016
my installation did work the same way as you describe, the program did
start and showed UTC -
but as I am living in another time zone and I did want to show CET (or
in german MEZ), I tried to modify this by using the config file in the
program directory and not to append the commands in the start command -
with no reaction.
Therfore I started my investigation.
As said, if I put the .cfg file in the system32 directory I can set eg.
the new time zone.
Strange, if I enable eg. the esc esc command to shut off LH, it does the
job well, but with the exception for the time zone setting, this and all
the other commands once set are not anymore to be disabled ... ?
I think this is in better hands with the experts.
Unfortunately I am not at home so I am not in the position to run LH
with my Thunderbolt, but one can start at least with the time display
Yes, I forgot to thank as well John for the great program, sorry John!
Am 12.12.2016 um 01:09 schrieb n2lym:
> Hi Arnold,
> I'm running windows pro 64bit, it installed in Program Files(x86). I
> made a shortcut on the desktop that points to heather.exe with the /3
> switch because my lucent box is there on serial port 3. Lady Heather
> auto detected and all is well.
> Many thanks to Mark and John for this great work!
> Mike N2LYM
> On Sun, Dec 11, 2016 at 06:49 PM, Arnold Tibus wrote:
>> I am a none in programming, but can anybody tell me why it does work?
>> I tried it now several times with different settings for the time
>> zone ...
>> I am running WIN7 pro 64 and the program did install in Program
>> Editing the heather.cfg in this directory does have no effects ...
>> Arnold, DK2WT
>> Am 11.12.2016 um 23:19 schrieb John Miles:
>>> Hmm, that doesn't make any sense at all. Nothing should be written
>>> to \windows\system32 by the installer under any conditions.
>>> -- john, KE5FX
>>> Miles Design LLC
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