When I suggested a second button at the end of the logbook entry procedure, the change was done seemingly instantaneously. Emboldened by that experience, I am now presenting the rest of my wishlist for chaser entries:
The Log On page opens with the cursor already flashing in the User Name window. The tab key moves the cursor to the Password window. The enter key takes one from there to the Welcome page. One stroke of the enter key then takes one to the Submit Entry page, where the association entry list has automatically dropped down. A tick of the desired association results in automatic appearance of the drop-down region list. Similarly, a tick on that list results in immediate appearance of the summit list. The next tick moves the cursor to the Date window, where either a calendar appears or entry of six numbers results in auto-insertion of slashes, or works with no slashes at all. The cursor auto advances to time, where entry of four numbers suffices without a colon. The cursor advances automatically to one’s own callsign and a tab moves the cursor to other’s callsign and then to frequency, where selection auto advances the cursor, just as it does after selection of the mode. After completion of Notes, one press of the enter key takes one to the Certification page, where a single tick of the I Agree button takes one to the aforesaid two button option page.
What if you are timed out and taken back to the Login page? Your partial entries are preserved and appear after a second login.
And now for the biggest request of all: the right column of My Log no longer says “delete”, but now says “edit”, where you are taken to a page that includes deletion as one option. That saves the tedium of having to make a written note of the current info before entering all info from scratch when one simply wants to change a single digit, such as the date.
Some of the wish list is already in place. Is the balance possible? Will I go from the wish list to the death list? No rush, gentlemen, no rush.