A new version of the Trusted QSL (TQSL) application — version 2.5.1 — has been released.
Signed installers are available for download at <http://www.arrl.org/tqsl-
This version of Trusted QSL (TQSL) is a maintenance release which corrects defect found since TQSL v2.4.7 was released.
Corrects a defect discovered in v2.5 in which the entity name would not display correctly when only one certificate was present
Corrects defects from v2.4.7:
TQSL no longer displays a spurious error message about expired root certificates when installing a .tq6 file. (This was a rare situation that would happen when a root was within 24 hours of expiring.)
When editing an existing station location, TQSL no longer forces default values for information fields. Previously, TQSL would fill in fields like county or state. Setting those when creating a new station location is appropriate, but editing an existing location should not cause default values to be applied.
Correct ADIF output emitted by the embedded ADIF editor so the proper mode/submode formation is generated.
Michael Keane, K1MK
ARRL, The National Association for Amateur Radio™
225 Main Street, Newington, CT 06111-1494 USA
Telephone: (860) 594-0285