I have two questions regarding the WSPR extension (that wsprnet.org knows as 1.3 Kiwi) where I've not been able to find answers:
Does the browser keep an equivalent spots file to WSJT-X's ALL_WSPR.TXT? If so, where might I find it on Chrome (Mac OSX) or Chromium (Pi)? I can see small files every 2 minutes in the Chromium cache but they are not readable and not what I need.
In the comments for wspr_main.cpp at https://github.com/jks-prv/Beagle_SDR_GPS/blob/master/extensions/wspr/wspr_main.cpp are // upload spots at the end of the decoding when there is less load on wsprnet.org
I ask as part of a study with Rob AI6VN into completeness of uploads from WsprDaemon, WSJT-X and the Kiwi extension. This extension is much used, here is a histogram of spots uploaded by package as a dip test 1t 1706 UTC on 1 December 2021. The unrecorded category includes WsprDaemon versions prior to 2.10k.