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Thread: Congrats...

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Posted: 2008-07-04 10:09
...for your nice CW site!

Posted: 2008-08-12 19:38
Roger that! Great training aid. Many thanks.

Posted: 2008-08-12 22:13
yes , great site.
thanks Fabian !

73, Klaus

Posted: 2008-08-13 22:13
Thank you guys and gals for using and enjoying LCWO. It gives me a lot of motivation to improve the current, and add new functions.

Some of the things coming soon:

* French, Portuguese and Czech language versions (additional to German and English), thanks to the hard work of some LCWO users (will be credited properly on the "About" page when it's up).

* QTC trainer. For the WAE DC contest. QTCs are one of the things which scare many operators to do this contest seriously, and there doesn't seem to be any trainer available yet. LCWO will have it! :)

I'm also open for all kinds of suggestions..

73, Fabian

Posted: 2008-08-15 23:52
I will add my Congrats for a great trainer also.

Posted: 2008-08-17 21:28
Hi Fabian, it is really a very helpfull cw training for me with your great CW-program. Sure, I will improve my cw with your great cw-program. Only a little remark: I notice that in the mode text2cw the german Umlaute äöü becomes an question mark.

Posted: 2008-08-17 22:52
You did a very nice job on the web site.

I will recommend to those wanting to learn the code.

Thanks !

Posted: 2008-08-25 16:51

This is something I was looking for. My laptop is dying and to have to reload and download programs would be a pain.



Posted: 2008-08-27 16:09
Thank you for this site. I have been looking for something that I can use when not at home. I had learned code many years ago but didn't use it and have to retrain myself. This will do the trick.

Posted: 2008-08-29 04:10
Have had a quick look and what an excellent project & site!! Many thanks! I am sure this web-project will make a lot of positive difference for many people!




Posted: 2008-08-29 21:01
Thankyou for this great tool. I hope you don't mind, but I posted a note in the E-Ham cw forum to let the guys know about this wonderful site.
Tnx, es 73, de Tom AB9NZ

Posted: 2008-08-29 21:17
Thanks for all the hard work and creating this site.
A site such as this has been long over due. At first
glance it seems to be well written with intuition
in mind.


Posted: 2008-08-30 03:39
Thanks for the excellent site and for all the other infomation you put in the HAM section of your website. I am just starting out and the information you have provided is very much appreciated as well as helpful!


Posted: 2008-09-01 14:00
Fabian! Thanck you for this awesome idea you do a great job!

Posted: 2008-09-01 16:43
Helping others to learn CW and to support the morse sport is truely altruistic. THANK YOU Fabian.

73 de OE5OHO

Posted: 2008-09-02 01:03
Great way to build code speed. I will recommend this site!


Posted: 2008-09-02 21:30
Exactly what I've been looking for :)
Brilliant site simple and very effective.

Posted: 2008-09-04 19:30
I have been looking for a way to practice call signs in a few days I hope crack the top 100


Posted: 2008-09-04 19:33
Once again, a collective thanks for all the nice comments. It's really giving me motivation to continue working on this site.

Good luck everyone!

73, Fabian

Posted: 2008-09-06 04:21
Hi from Landshut,

yesterday I found this site and tried it at work while having some spare time. Finally there´s a chance to practise cw at work or anywhere else without installing software on foreign machines.

TNX, Fabian!

Lenz, DL8RDL

Posted: 2008-09-07 20:52
A good tool to have to hand when spare time on the net. How do you get the program to run letters together to form BT or VA as examples? Much enjoyable! Best 73 Max M0VNG

Posted: 2008-09-07 21:11
In the text to cw conversion, you can put characters into angle brackets to form a prosign, like <SK>.

73, Fabian

Posted: 2008-09-07 23:00

I sent you an email, but will repeat part of it here...your program is the BEST of the BEST! Many thx!!

Steve in Maine

Posted: 2008-09-09 19:51
I want to thank you guys for taking the time to set this web site up. The lessons are definitely helping me become proficient in CW, though some days are easier than others. But looking at the stats I can see an overall improvement as i move from lesson to lesson, a great incentive to keep pushing forward!

GL and 73, MI3POY Rob

Posted: 2008-09-10 23:29
Great site. I've been looking for a site with these features for a couple of youngsters I'm helping out. Well done!

In fact, I can always use practice myself.

Best Regards,

Posted: 2008-09-13 00:47
Tnx Fabian, really great job. vy 73!

Posted: 2008-09-13 19:49
Fine business Fabian !
Many thanks !

Happy DXing
Victoria SV2KBS

Posted: 2008-09-13 20:16
Hi Fabian !!!
Vielen Dank für Deine überaus große Mühe mit dieser wirklich fantastischen CW-Homepage.
Ich denke, dass eine solche CW-Übungsmöglichkeit per Internet den CW-Betrieb auf unseren Amateurfunkbändern unterstützen und fördern wird.

vy 55/73 es gd DX !!!
Marcus, DL2DCX

Posted: 2008-09-13 22:12
This is becoming my favorite website! Woo-hoo!!

de Tim, W3HR

Posted: 2008-09-14 08:53
Hi Fabian,

You have made a great site. A real evangelistic job for the CW world! I hope this will encourage new comers to be on in the CW world.

Typing speed seems to limit the result in my case. But it is a fun.

See you soon.


Posted: 2008-09-14 14:45
Many thanks to all the people dedicated to this tool. This is exactly what I have searched for quite a long time. I wonder that nobody has done this job before.

vy 73 es tnx agn.

Posted: 2008-09-15 13:01
My favourite HAM-site on the net. Thanks Fabian, realy great job.

Posted: 2008-09-16 07:56
best compliments on this site lid! keep it running!

Hrle - 9A6XX

Posted: 2008-09-16 10:09
Dear Fab, great job done! Wonderful CW tool in Web we can enjoy. Thanks for the time invested in.

73 Suad, DK6XZ/E77XZ

Posted: 2008-09-16 13:33
is really a good idea. It will be a fun learning a little time to cw.
thanks and 73

Posted: 2008-09-17 04:16
thanks for the site. i've begun the Koch cw course, currently on lesson 10 with the default settings.

i'm taking the tech exam this saturday, looking forward to working mostly in cw mode.

all help and advice for this newbie welcome!

Remi - KC metro, US

Posted: 2008-09-17 10:09

Posted: 2008-09-17 22:01
Thanks a lot! a great site just what I've been looking for, vy 73 de M0RCR/HS0ZIH

Posted: 2008-09-18 23:27
Best - no more words isn't necessary - website. Vy 73! Pit SP2LQP

Posted: 2008-09-18 23:38
This is a great learning tool!

Posted: 2008-09-21 05:20
this is a great site, hope i canlearn this and then show my husand how easy it is to use. Thanks


Posted: 2008-09-21 20:48
Thank you for the great website, Fabian . It is very good to come back in cw. Perhaps it is possible to add qso-training. But anyway, it is a great to train cw on your site.

73 DL1IL, Frank

Posted: 2008-09-25 17:21
nice site thank you guys

Posted: 2008-09-29 19:29
Just found the vy nice site. Mni tnx Fabian for the excellent job. vy 73 de Markus, DL1NEO

Posted: 2008-09-29 20:49
The 1st day on your excellent side Fabian!
Congratulations es cu on the band.
Vy73 from "CW-opa" Fritz HB9CSA(DL4FDM)

Posted: 2008-10-05 07:53
Wonderful site. I will be using it to relearn code. I can use this at work during my breaks to supplement the program I have on my PC at home. I have been wanting to get back into code forever.


Posted: 2008-10-11 09:23
Very interesting site. I like the fact that I can compare my results with those of others. It is nice to see how I am doing in relation to others.
Well done site and hope you will keep kit up!

Posted: 2008-10-25 21:17
I will add my thanks to this list. Lesson 22 so far. 73 de Andy, AJ4KE

Posted: 2008-12-15 19:53
Following a recommendation from another ham I am now practising the Plain Text groups at 18 wpm & 15---with varying, but enjoyable success. This is a wonderful site! Thanks Fabian, and congrats on this achievement. 73---Ernie (VE3GNU)

Posted: 2008-12-29 18:10
Hi Fablid. Great job.


73, Joel - CT1HXB

Posted: 2008-12-31 03:32
Very cool! A real help for those who want to practice cw.
Muito legal, para quem fala português também

Posted: 2009-01-16 14:09
FIRST-CLASS 5-STAR ... well done Fabian on a brilliant teaching aid. You are a credit to the wonderful art of Morse.

73s de Frank (MW1RES)

Posted: 2009-01-19 20:50
danke sehr Fab =)

Posted: 2009-01-20 00:20
Just discovered this nice torturing chamber with its impressive variety of instruments...
Big thanks Fabian!
Chris, DL8MBS

Posted: 2009-01-21 21:46
Grande sito, bravo Fabian 73's Roberto (in3ade)

Posted: 2009-01-22 10:03
Hallo Fabian ! Danke ! Trotzdem ich bin old CW timer since 1954 unter mehrere call-s. Wird nicht schlecht fuer training... Albert

Posted: 2009-01-26 21:55
One of the best webpages available on the internet!Tnx fablid ;-)

73´s Hauke

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