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[aprssig] Re: FINDU multiple station displays.

Fred Atkinson fred at wb4aej.com
Thu Apr 20 13:59:20 UTC 2006


     I wasn't aware that the '*' could be used in a URL string.  

     I thought this would solve it, but it hasn't.  

     I've put up an object which I've called 'WB4AEJ-1'.  It is the proposed site of the digipeater I am working on (when I can take time out from teaching, haha).  

     I tried searching on 'WB4AEJ*' as you suggested.  My home location 'WB4AEJ' and my office location 'WB4AEJ-10' come up.  But my object 'WB4AEJ-1' doesn't seem to come up.  I had a feeling that I am searching on stations and objections don't count.  But I've tried searching up the area on our local Zip code '28723' and that object still doesn't show up.  But it shows up on UIView from my office.  

     The three locations are all within a few miles of each other.  So getting a closeup on a map shouldn't be difficult (once I can get the object to show up with the other two).  

     Any suggestions on how I can make both stations and the object show up on the map?  

     73, 



                                               Fred, WB4AEJ 


--- bruninga at usna.edu wrote:

From: "Robert Bruninga" <bruninga at usna.edu>
To: <ab9fx at aprs.pl>, <aprssig at lists.tapr.org>, <fred at wb4aej.com>
Subject: FINDU multiple station displays.
Date: Thu, 20 Apr 2006 09:46:22 -0400

>On Findu.com, is there a way to make all stations 
>using the same basic callsign ... show up on a map ?

Andy said there is a link on the CALL* resulting page
and it works great!  Here is the most prolific call in
Maryland.  I see he has 7 digis, his home, and his
car on the map today...

http://map.findu.com/N3KTX* and select the link to 
show all callsigns.  Unfortunately, then you have to 
zoom way out and move right to see them all.

Thanks ANDY.  I was not aware that FINDU could
display multiple stations.  I wish there was an
option for displaying the NEAR 50 stations as
well.  That would really be neat.  I have always
had to use JFINDU for that...

Bob





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