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Posted: 2008-06-24 00:54
Welcome to the LCWO forum!

You are invited to discuss your experiences with LCWO, or learning CW in general here.

This is also the right place to request new features, report bugs, etc.

73, Fabian



Posted: 2008-06-24 18:11
First.


Posted: 2008-07-28 22:25
Hey Fabian, thanks for another excellent tool in learning CW. I look forward to using this to supplement my training.

73, Stephne


Posted: 2008-08-17 13:49
Hello Fabian, I thank you for your efforts. I learned code the wrong way when I was a kid and have never been able to hear the letters as sound patterns. I think your software will be a great help, especially since it is so convenient.

73, Bruce


Posted: 2008-08-17 14:19
Hi Fabian.
An excellent tool for the beginner or advanced operator alike, very user friendly, I shall certainly make good use of it.
Many thanks for this fine contribution to the promotion of CW within our hobby.
Brilliant - well done!

73 de Vic GØFEI/NØFEI


Posted: 2008-08-17 15:53
Thanks, Fabian.

Will make good use of the callsign drill.

73, Dave - AD8B


Posted: 2008-08-18 21:32
hi Fabian,
great site, just what the pro morse people need.

73, longwire- G0GCA


Posted: 2014-01-31 02:39
Fabian,

On the user page, please add a column showing minutes duration of the attempt in addition to lesson number, character speed, effective speed and accuracy.

And thank you very much for building and maintaining this site.

73, KC1AID


Posted: 2014-01-31 17:23
Or add your wishes to

lcwo.net/forum/33/Wish-List


Posted: 2014-02-11 15:31
If I practice code using pen and paper, how do I submit it for grading?
Walter KD4OMR


Posted: 2014-02-11 16:31
[quote]If I practice code using pen and paper, how do I submit it for grading?
Walter KD4OMR [/quote]

Put into a stamped envelope and send to Microsoft, c/o Bill Gates.



Posted: 2014-02-11 19:13
There are enough comedians out of work without you trying to be one.
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Posted: 2014-02-12 19:06
retlawsivad:
There are enough comedians out of work without you trying to be one.


When you estimate the result will be >90% type it over on your screen from paper.


Posted: 2014-02-13 16:47
Tnx for an intelligent answer.

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