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PostPosted: Tue Sep 09, 2008 2:43 pm 
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Version 5.2.6 added a number of new features to the Retest Calendar.

One of our users commented that the calendar looked overly busy if you had multiple retest dates for each customer. They suggested that just the first retest date for each customer should be shown on the calendar, so we have now added further functionality giving users the option to show All Retests or just the First Retest Date.

In the screen shot below you can see that we did a number of tests for the same company over a 5 day period. The Retest Calendar is showing that Retests are due over a 5 day period as expected.

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You may just be interested to know when the earliest Retest is due, so we have added the option to display just the first or earliest Retest Date in any given file, as shown below.

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You can toggle between showing All retest Dates or just the First Retest Date by clicking on the “Radio Buttons” at the top of the window, next to the find button.

This feature works on a “Per file Basis” meaning that it will only toggle views between Retest Dates within the same file.

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Had a test run and worked fine.

Be aware it will knock out all but the first occurence of a due retest, so if you have overdue appliances in the file, then the earliest date of these is where the file will only appear.

But keeping that in mind, it is a good utility for uncluttering the screen if a file has multiple dates in the one month ie you did testing over 2 or more days.


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