First Steps

Invoke the Broke filter (Main window, Log QSOs tab, Filter panel) to see what if any QSOs are violating major and/or minor rules. The major rules have not changed; each QSO must

If you click on a QSO in the Log Page Display that breaks a major rule, the offending label in the panels on the Main window's Log QSOs tab will flash in red font. You must either correct the violation or delete the QSO before you can select any other QSO.

The minor rules require that each QSO

If you click on a QSO in the Log Page Display that breaks a minor rule, the offending label in the panels on the Main window's Log QSOs tab will flash in blue font. DXKeeper will not force you to correct violations of these minor rules, but now would be a good time to correct the ones you care about.

If you were informed in step 3 of the Log Upgrade process that you must repopulate your log's progress table, open the Main window's Check Progress tab and click the Recomp button; this operation can take awhile.

With broken QSOs corrected and your progress table populated, you're ready to rock and roll. The workflows you've previously used should continue to be effective. The Capture window has more fields and can now be vertically sized to your taste, but logs QSOs as it aways did -- as does the Main window's Log QSOs tab.

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