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 Posted: Mon Jul 16th, 2018 12:17 pm
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I guess this is a new feature of the latest version ( or I missed it before) There is now a folder set up for schedules which means there is a way of putting some logic into the storing of schedules rather than just a long list

Here is a screenshot of the dispatch window and the explorer window (loops)
The create folder icon is circled in red and some new folders I have created are indicated in blue.
The explorer window ( aptly named ) makes for easy review of the schedules.




Now that I have discovered this feature I will more than likely move away form my previous schedule numbering system.



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It came with V9 .......but like you I only discovered it by accident. Its a great innovation..........makes my schedule list far easier and quicker to navigate.
You can add additional layers of sub folders if, like me, you have some very complex routines

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John Dew wrote: ..........makes my schedule list far easier and quicker to navigate. You can add additional layers of sub folders if, like me, you have some very complex routines

Cheers

John

Definitely agree -  although I hope I have more success than I do with the folders on my computer - its so complex I sometimes have to revert to the search function to find a file. :roll:



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