[W5SFA] Morse Code
cucuzza18 at gmail.com
Tue Sep 8 17:20:15 CDT 2020
Your welcome, and I hear you about the helps. I struggled to get 5 wpm
for the old novice test. I've gone downhill from there :)
Also, If you use a word processor to make your own hypertext, remember
to open the text with Chrome.
It seems like the desktop versions work, not the smartphone.
On 9/8/2020 2:40 PM, Gilbert Franke wrote:
> Thanks, Joe. Looks good. As with all helps, they only do if I use them!
> -- Gil
> On Tue, Sep 8, 2020 at 12:33 PM Joe Cucuzza <cucuzza18 at gmail.com
> <mailto:cucuzza18 at gmail.com>> wrote:
> Greetings and 73
> If you are curious about learning or improving Morse Code skills, I
> stumbled on yet another approach.
> There is a free app that works in the Chrome browser. Morse
> Player is
> what you want:
> Morse Chrome is a Chrome™ extension for playing webpages in Morse
> Simply highlight the text you want, right click, and select "Play
> It is adjustable from 5 wpm to 50 wpm.
> Also, several word processors allow saving text as hypertext, so
> you can
> create your own files or go to a webpage such as:
> I used the above link for simple words that are alphabetical.
> I also used LibreOffice Writer, which is free to download and use.
> Hope this helps
> 73 Joe KA8WEP
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