Activities are presented in a table. The two popup lists above the table have choices for choosing which among all activities for a band are displayed in the table.
The Call column content use the fonts and colors defined in Logging preferences to distinguish needed multipliers, needed QSOs, and duplicates. In a WAEDC contest, a # preceding a call identifies a station that can send/receive QTCs. The call column may also show pseudo-activities named <rx> and <subrx> at the frequencies for your receiver or subreceiver. When the frequency of a pseudo-activity is near an activity, the activity is selected. The Frequency tolerance option in Activities preferences defines “nearness”.
The Frequency column displays the transmit frequency for the activity. If QSX information is detected, the frequency data is prefixed with an asterisk.
The Age column displays how many minutes have elapsed since the activity was added to the table. The Activity age limit option in Activities preferences sets the threshold for removing old activities from the table.
The Source column identifies the origin of the activity. When the source is a skimmer, the source callsign has "-#" as the suffix.
The By Me column contains checkmarks for internally-created activities.
The Mode column lists the mode for each activity. For some DX Cluster announcements, SkookumLogger has to guess mode from frequency. When the guess is wrong, you can correct it by selecting the activity and choosing the correct mode in the Activity menu.
The Info column contains either DX Cluster announcement info or, for internally-generated activities, the received QSO exchange information. See
The ° Bearing column contains the short-path bearing from your location to the call, determined when the activity is created.
You can choose which columns are visible, rearrange and resize columns, and sort on a column.
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