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-====== Crew Panel ======+====== Crew Panel (TIMELINE) ​======
  
 The new **Crew Panel** has been implemented for fast, legible and intuitive reading & editing of the roster. It displays all the data you need for the perfect planning of duties for the crew. The new **Crew Panel** has been implemented for fast, legible and intuitive reading & editing of the roster. It displays all the data you need for the perfect planning of duties for the crew.
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-===== Adding Positioning ===== 
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-**To add positioning** in the Crew Panel - either before the planned sector or as a stand-alone positioning - you need to follow below steps: 
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-[{{ :​leon:​crew-panel:​Positioning2.png?​300|Add positioning window}}] 
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-  - Right-click on a flight in the Crew part of Crew Panel to open 'New Positioning'​ window 
-  - In the 'New Positioning'​ window, Leon will suggest the date of positioning,​ the departure of positioning (this is ADES from the sector you clicked on) and the Crew from the sector you clicked on. The Crewmember which the positioning is added to will be framed - {{:​leon:​crew-panel:​crew.png?​nolink&​35|}}. **It is possible to change the default date, the departure airport of positioning as well as add extra crew by choosing them from the dropdown list.** 
-  - Click '​ADD'​ button to save positioning. Once the positioning is saved it will display in the Crew part of Crew Panel as {{:​leon:​crew-panel:​Positioning icon.png?​nolink&​40|}}. Positioning will also display in the TABLE section of the OPS view. 
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-Hovering the mouse over **'?'​** icon located by the STD/STA inputs will display a tooltip with time values in UTC/LT/BT. 
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-Once the positioning is added it is also possible to **add further positionings**,​ **edit existing positioning** and **deleted the positioning**. You simply need to click on the existing positioning and choose the relevant option. 
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-It is also possible to check **Changes history** by right-clicking on a particular positioning and selecting '​Changes History'​. 
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 ===== Useful options ===== ===== Useful options =====
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 ==== Quick add duty ==== ==== Quick add duty ====
-[{{ :​leon:​crew-panel:​Quick_add_duty1.png?​150|Adding a new duty from a 'QUICK ADD DUTY' panel}}] 
  
-An option 'QUICK ADD DUTY' is a quicker way of adding duties. Hover the mouse over it and Leon will show all pre-defined duties along with their colours. It is more suitable for '​OFF'​ types of duties, as Leon does not show a pop-up window where you can add details - Leon adds duties with default times (previously defined in a section [[leon:​duties-setup|Duties Setup]]). ​ 
  
 +An option 'QUICK ADD DUTY' is a quicker way of adding duties. Hover the mouse over it and Leon will show all pre-defined duties along with their colours. It is more suitable for '​OFF'​ types of duties, as Leon does not show a pop-up window where you can add details - Leon adds duties with default times (previously defined in a section [[leon:​duties-setup|Duties Setup]]). ​
 +[{{ :​leon:​crew-panel:​Quick_add_duty1.png?​150|Adding a new duty from a 'QUICK ADD DUTY' panel}}]
 Click **NOW** on top of the page to get displayed a green line with the current Base time (base defined in Settings). ​ Click **NOW** on top of the page to get displayed a green line with the current Base time (base defined in Settings). ​
  
 <​box>​Right-click with the mouse on the duty and select **Sort by Leg** to get all crew with the same duty assigned on top of the crew-part of the page</​box>​ <​box>​Right-click with the mouse on the duty and select **Sort by Leg** to get all crew with the same duty assigned on top of the crew-part of the page</​box>​
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 +=== Adding duties on aircraft ===
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 +It is possible to add duties on a particular aircraft registration or type (depending on settings in [[leon:​duties-setup|Duties Setup]] panel) and once it's done, Leon will **automatically** assign crew, when a new trip is added (in a section OPS) - as long as an aircraft, an airport and the date of the flight & duty **match**.
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 +When defining such a duty, select an aircraft and mark a checkbox **Auto roster**.
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 +{{:​leon:​crew-panel:​auto roster.png?​nolink|}}
 +[{{ :​leon:​crew-panel:​auto rostering in OPS.png?​200|Crew auto-roster in Leon}}]
 +Once a duty on the aircraft is added on a particular date and at the particular airport, Leon will assign crew automatically to the trip added in OPS panel - see an example on the screenshot, on the right, showing 4 steps of how Leon auto-roster crew to flights.
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 +<​box>​**The same option is available in a panel CREW CALENDAR.**</​box>​
  
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 +==== Copying duties ====
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 +It is possible to **copy duties** from one user onto the other. ​
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 +When adding duties for a particular crew member, mark them (you can use __Shift__ or __Ctrl__ keys to mark multiple duties), right-click and select **Copy Duties**. then right-click on the day from which duties should be added and select **Paste Duties**.
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 +{{:​leon:​crew-panel:​copy duties 1.png?​nolink|}}
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 +Then right-click on the day from which duties should be added and select **Paste Duties**.
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 +{{:​leon:​crew-panel:​paste duty.png?​nolink|}}
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 +<​box>​This functionality **excludes** copying duties __on the aircraft__ and will not work if new duty is **overlapping** existing duty.</​box>​
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 ==== Crew Duty Requests ==== ==== Crew Duty Requests ====
  
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 +===== Adding Positioning =====
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 +**To add positioning** in the Crew Panel - either before the planned sector or as a stand-alone positioning - you need to follow below steps:
 +
 +[{{ :​leon:​crew-panel:​Positioning2.png?​300|Add positioning window}}]
 +
 +  - Right-click on a flight in the Crew part of Crew Panel to open 'New Positioning'​ window
 +  - In the 'New Positioning'​ window, Leon will suggest the date of positioning,​ the departure of positioning (this is ADES from the sector you clicked on) and the Crew from the sector you clicked on. The Crewmember which the positioning is added to will be framed - {{:​leon:​crew-panel:​crew.png?​nolink&​35|}}. **It is possible to change the default date, the departure airport of positioning as well as add extra crew by choosing them from the dropdown list.**
 +  - Click '​ADD'​ button to save positioning. Once the positioning is saved it will display in the Crew part of Crew Panel as {{:​leon:​crew-panel:​Positioning icon.png?​nolink&​40|}}. Positioning will also display in the TABLE section of the OPS view.
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 +Hovering the mouse over **'?'​** icon located by the STD/STA inputs will display a tooltip with time values in UTC/LT/BT.
 +
 +Once the positioning is added it is also possible to **add further positionings**,​ **edit existing positioning** and **deleted the positioning**. You simply need to click on the existing positioning and choose the relevant option.
 +
 +It is also possible to check **Changes history** by right-clicking on a particular positioning and selecting '​Changes History'​.
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 ===== Adding Simulators ===== ===== Adding Simulators =====
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 {{:​leon:​crew-panel:​adding SIM 1.png|}} {{:​leon:​crew-panel:​adding SIM 1.png|}}
  
-Once a pop-up window shows, fill it in with details ​such as:  Aircraft type, Date, ADEP, ADES, BLOFF, T/O, LDG, BLON, Landings, Crew (CPT and FO), Pilot flying, Approach ​and Notes. ​All these details (apart from Notes) must be filled ​in in order to add SIM duty+Once a pop-up window shows, ​you can initially ​fill it in with the following ​details: ​ Aircraft type, Date, ADEP, ADES, BLOFF, BLON, Crew (CPT and FO) and optionally the Notes. ​ 
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 +<box> **It is not necessary to add Journey Log data to save SIM in Crew Timeline panel.** </​box>​ 
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 +After the SIM is performed, you can fill in the rest of the details that applied during the SIM session.
  
 Added SIM duty will appear with the black line of minimum rest required after the duty. It will also appear in OPS panel with already filled in Journey Log. Added SIM duty will appear with the black line of minimum rest required after the duty. It will also appear in OPS panel with already filled in Journey Log.
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 Added SIM duty can always be edited and its details can be changed. It is also possible to delete a particular crew from SIM and/or delete the SIM duty completely. ​ Added SIM duty can always be edited and its details can be changed. It is also possible to delete a particular crew from SIM and/or delete the SIM duty completely. ​
  
 +<box> **Crew currency feature will work properly only when the field 'Pilot Flying'​ has been filled in with pilot/​pilots codes. In case where FO did take off and CPT did landing (or vice versa), you should add crew codes in a field 'Pilot Flying'​ as FO/CPT or CPT/FO** </​box>​
  
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leon/crew-panel.1587805669.txt.gz · Last modified: 2020/04/25 09:07 by stewart