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Visit week of the circuit overseer How is the final talk after the WT Study (meeting at the weekend) entered? Many thanks!
5 years ago
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#476
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in the latest version this feature already works. If a week is defined as CO-Visit, you can edit the theme of service-talk the same way you edit the other weekend-meetings
2 years ago
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Hi there, I realized that with the new update we cannot change the final talk with in the circuit overseer visit. It worked well in the other versions but with this one it doesnt have the pencil to change it. Any thought? Thank you 

5 years ago
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YES! Look for the line 376 that has < td > #IF CO_VISIT# < /td> Then the next line (377) opens with < td>. Change that into < td style="width: 2.55rem; height:0;"> (Remember: in reality no space after opening bracket, so if you copy and paste this, remove it) Oh, so simple.... in hindsight. Incidentally in line 382 after !CO! remove the comma (I had a comma there, maybe I put it in myself accidentally) If you combine that with the changes made to prevent CoTime to appear twice, the template should work as a charm.

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5 years ago
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@Jürgen: What I did is, I added some colour to the time/duration boxes in the problem table. If you do that it shows it is not the margin that shifts, but the first cell becomes wider, and it does so for the entire table (provided CO_VISIT is not empty). If CO_VISIT is empty, the cell behaves like all the other ones in the template. This is not a solution, but a clearer definition of the problem. EDIT: or the middle cell gets narrower....

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5 years ago
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Sorry've only later noticed that the problem has already been solved. Are obviously both come to the same result. best regards Christian
5 years ago
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Hi Jürgen, make the template "2016 Combination.html" the following corrections: "Co1Time! FULL WEEK NUMBER!" "Infobox starttime1" style = "padding: 0 0 0 0.1rem;" (Adjust if necessary!) best regards Christian
5 years ago
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Jürgen wrote: OK - I got It! The Problem is indeed the Argument used twice called "coTime". To fix it open a copy of 2016-Combination and find about line 280 "coTime" and Change it twice to "coTimeMw" like this: ... further about line 375 find "coTime" again and change it twice to "coTimeWe" like this ... Than time will calculate fine. .... Best regards Jürgen
Cool, I didn't realise you could define that reference yourself. But it is quite logical, it doesn't look like it is a placeholder for something from the software. So learned something again. Incidentally, my post was not about the time, but about the shift to the right, I will try to spend some time on that this weekend. Or next... Thanks. Marc

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5 years ago
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OK - template is uploaded Best regards Jürgen
5 years ago
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OK - I got It! The Problem is indeed the Argument used twice called "coTime". To fix it open a copy of 2016-Combination and find about line 280 "coTime" and Change it twice to "coTimeMw" like this:
				
					#IF !DURATION!#!CO_TIME!#ELSE#
						
							if("!WEEKS!".length < 3) showTime("coTimeMw!FULLWEEKNUMBER!", !CO_TIME!);#ENDIF#
					
					!CO_THEME!
					!CO_NAME! (!CO!)
					#ENDIF#
				
further about line 375 find "coTime" again and change it twice to "coTimeWe" like this
				
					#IF !CO_VISIT!#
					#IF !DURATION!#!CO_TIME!#ELSE#
						
							if("!WEEKS!".length < 3) showTime("coTimeWe!FULLWEEKNUMBER!", !CO_TIME!);#ENDIF#
					
					!CO_THEME!
					!CO_NAME! (!CO!)
					#ENDIF#
				
Than time will calculate fine. By the fly you can fix the QR-Code issue in line 412 after the REPEAT_END you may insert:
			!REPEAT_END!
			!QRCODE_100!
I will load up the fixed template for download soon. Maybe someone finds time to look, why time is not in line - my time now is gone :-) Best regards Jürgen
5 years ago
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OK. for duration, that was clear. Still I am not clear about my hint that supposedly pointed at the problem. As I said, CO TIME may appear twice, but that does not change when you choose the duration option. OK, maybe it is the script itself that cannot handle it even if the rest of the template can. There is something I noticed (though as I said, the shift to the right depends on the software you use...) Within the Combination template there is a difference in how CO visits are handled between midweek meeting and weekend meeting. Now do realise that the Midweek meeting times have no shift to the right, but the weekend meeting times, do. (all in case of CO visit) In Midweek it says (basically) IF CO_VISIT Conclusion CO-Talk ENDIF IF NO CO_VISIT Conclusion ENDIF where the bold print is 2 rows in a table, and the italic print is the third. Either the first 2 or the 3rd line is printed, but none is used in both situations. This is different from the Weekend section where it says: IF CO-VISIT CO Talk ENDIF Conclusion Where bold print is the first, and italic the second row in a table. Here the second line is always printed, in both situations. The first depends. Logically/mathematically it should not be a difference, but I know that a test can sometimes show as an unintended space, or a tab, even if the test returns nothing. It happens in Microsoft Word, and it gives me headaches there sometimes. If you would create the final part of the Weekend Section analog to the final part of the Midweek Section, it should read If Co Visit not empty Co-Talk Conclusion End if If CO visit empty conclusion End if And I would surely be interested to see how that works. But not today, I am afraid...

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5 years ago
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Marc wrote: I wonder what the < script > actually does. Does it affect the line above it? I also notice that in the template there are 2 occurrances of !CO_TIME! That doesn't solve the issue though, because the same holds when you choose the "duration" variation.
To print duration no script is needed - it just prints "30" - that's the varable !CO_TIME! The script tries to calculate, what the clock has to show after the summary of durations up to that point of schedule
5 years ago
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CANCELLED - please read my last statement - Jürgen
5 years ago
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I wonder what the < script > actually does. Does it affect the line above it? I also notice that in the template there are 2 occurrances of !CO_TIME! That doesn't solve the issue though, because the same holds when you choose the "duration" variation.

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5 years ago
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It has been driving me crazy for the past couple of hours... I have saved both the duration and the time schedules as html and then opened them in notepad++. There seems to be no reason for the omission or for the fact that it changes place, though I can hardly believe they are not related. On the other hand, if I open the html in Blue Griffon, the margin is OK and it even prints correctly. But there is the empty field, as you said.

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5 years ago
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Hi Marc, thanks for the hardcopys. In the tijd.png the problem is shown well. The WT starts at 10:40 and the final song at 11:40. But when does the CO-Testlezing start? Should be 11:10, but it isn't shown.
5 years ago
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It wasn't clear it was just the CO talk. But even that is no problem here, except that the location of the box changes, which needs some attention of course. (Also in the WE schedule it jumps from left to right). See attm's of the preview in the print dialogue. It prints exactly like that. (So we have a detective job on hand now...) (Somebody please redo the translation of "Show Duration" in Dutch. Now what it says means "Show improvement", where probably "Show progress" is meant, but even that is not so good).

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5 years ago
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Hi Marc, as Christian reports, in the MW-Handout it works - so the settings seem to be all right. And the problem is reconstructable: Print 2016-combination: No time shown for Service-Talk of CO Print 2016-WE-schedule: Time shown für Service-Talk of CO Best Regars Jürgen
5 years ago
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Christian, do you mean that you have durations and starttimes together on one page? If I go to 2016-combination (both in version 2016.1 and 2016.3) and I toggle Duration/Start time in the Extra options section of the print dialogue, I can actually see the boxes change for both meetings at the same time in the print preview. This leads to maybe a silly question: is the weekend meeting time defined in Settings | General? It is on the third line, behind a button that you need to click. See image (I changed the interface to German, because I guess that is what you have). If that is OK though, this is a weird template behaviour. Please report back here or you may PM me with your email address, and I'll try to send you the template I have. For some unknown reason yours may be damaged, and it may be a lot of work to fix it.

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5 years ago
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Hi Christian, that's indeed very puzzling. I compared the "2016-COMBINATION.htm"-template bit by bit with the "2016-WE-schedule.htm". First doesn't show starting time, second uses exactly same code and it's working. So I'm sorry to give up - seems to be somewhere deeper in the structure of the program. So please don't give up - I'm sure it will be fixed in a later update. Jürgen
5 years ago
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#516
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Hi Jürgen, the Problem is with the talk of the weekend-Meeting. In the midweek-meeting but it works. Christian
5 years ago
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#515
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Hi Christian, it's a problem with the talk on midweek or weekend - Meeting? Jürgen
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