Amateur radio maps: physical and political
Pic above: physical view
The maps are already accessible from the main menu. The list on the left shows DXCC countries and regions. After double-clicking an entry, the map is updated. In the lower part of the map there are many options for adapting the map.
The world atlas can also be called up while entering the QSO. The location of the QSO partner is displayed in detail.
Pic above: political view
The colors can be set using the switch visible here in red. Several color palettes are available.
Further information on the topic:
Newshamatlas - 2021-09-30
6.78.0: automatic switching from world to DL map is now more reliable 6.78.0: Statistics - Stati...hamatlas - 2020-11-26
Correction when connecting to the ADIF logbook (tried to create a file in the program folder)hamatlas - 2020-08-03
6.74.0: Correction when displaying your own location 6.74.0: Layout adjustments, if Windows disp...
Information pagesHAM Atlas: Log evaluations
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