The YAAC View Menu
The View menu provides options for different ways to display APRS data. Options include:
main map window
(useful if it has been closed while other windows kept YAAC alive).
displaying raw APRS messages (the
displaying text messages sent through APRS in four ways:
in arbitrary order.
displaying and logging
specifically selected APRS text messages
displaying the current state of broadcast bulletins.
displaying the messages originated by the local YAAC instance for
transmission into APRS
monitoring the current
in use on each interface port open by YAAC.
current status of the GPS receiver
connected to YAAC.
current status of the weather station
connected to YAAC.
displaying all the
stations and objects
currently known by YAAC.
objects/items originated from this station
viewing the message rates from all
in messages per 15-minute interval.
for selected stations of interest.
view which APRS-IS connected stations are being
forwarded (Tx I-gated)
by this station.
displaying incoming message traffic in the
same style as the Kenwood RC-D710 control head
choose whether or not to display the local station on the map, and what style to use to identify it.
enable/disable tools for
additional non-radio attributes onto the map.
draw a line-of-sight over terrain between two selected points on the map.
re-centering the map
around the current GPS location (useful for mobile operations).
displaying weather stations using old-style weather map symbols.
turn on and off
raster map overlay images
, and load new raster map images into the map catalog, including weather map data from the U.S. National Weather Service.
enable/disable displaying topographic (elevation) contours
based on downloaded Shuttle Radar Topographic Mission (SRTM) elevation data, in filled regions and/or color-coded contour lines.
turning on and off different
types of map data
on the OpenStreetMap layer.
list of security authentication keys
used for authenticated messaging.
display reported DX events