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leon:editing-flights [2018/12/27 09:49]
rafal
leon:editing-flights [2019/04/15 12:15]
bartek
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 ====== Editing flights ====== ====== Editing flights ======
  
-[{{ :​leon:​schedule:​editing flight updated.png?​300|Editing a flight in section ​SCHEDULE}}]+[{{ :​leon:​schedule:​editing flight updated.png?​300|Editing a flight in section ​OPS}}]
  
-Editing flights in **SCHEDULE** is advanced and very convenient. It gives you lots of possibilities and options.+Editing flights in a section ​**OPS** is advanced and very convenient. It gives you lots of possibilities and options.
  
 You can click on any part of the flight-belt to get displayed the appropriate tab in the right-hand side filter (the checklist). The **advantage** of editing flights in this panel is that you can work on them on **one screen**. You can edit, modify and save all changes in the checklist and at the same time you can use the left-hand side filter to navigate with the view: turn some options on or off, include/​exclude aircraft from the view, view flights only, hide cancelled flights, etc... You can click on any part of the flight-belt to get displayed the appropriate tab in the right-hand side filter (the checklist). The **advantage** of editing flights in this panel is that you can work on them on **one screen**. You can edit, modify and save all changes in the checklist and at the same time you can use the left-hand side filter to navigate with the view: turn some options on or off, include/​exclude aircraft from the view, view flights only, hide cancelled flights, etc...
  
-Initially, when you click on a flight in the SCHEDULE it opens **FLIGHT** tab in the right-hand editing panel. You can switch to a different tab, the one you use most often. 
  
-After the specific tab is opened, Leon remembers it regardless the place in the SCHEDULE you click on afterwards. Also, if you click on a different flight, it will still edit the same tab that you chose before. 
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-The idea behind is to give quick access to the tabs that a User accesses most often. 
  
  
  
leon/editing-flights.txt · Last modified: 2019/04/15 12:17 by bartek