[chirp_users] Using premade cvs or execl spreadsheet

Jim Unroe rock.unroe at gmail.com
Fri Dec 25 11:31:02 PST 2020

Hi Martin,

On Fri, Dec 25, 2020 at 2:11 PM Martin Cooper <mfncooper at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm not sure which issue you're referring to, but there are many alternatives to Excel, whether you're using Windows, Mac or Linux. It seems unlikely that all of them have the same problem.
> Martin.

For some reason when Excell encounters a series of commas (which is
typical as shown in the example below), it can drop one or more

1,EMA NET,155.025000,off,0.000000,,88.5,88.5,023,NN,NFM,5.00,,,,,,
2,FD DSP,154.995000,off,0.000000,,88.5,88.5,023,NN,NFM,5.00,,,,,,

Unfortunately when this happens, all of the data from that point on is
shifted into the wrong column and CHIRP becomes upset. This does not
happen in other spreadsheet programs like LibreOffice Calc and Apache
Open Office Calc.


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