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bartek [NEW SCHEDULE]
leon:sched [2020/05/21 12:08] (current)
bartek [PUBLISHING]
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   * {{:​leon:​sched:​Icon - Show in OPS.png?​nolink|}} - displaying selected **published flights** in OPS > TABLE view   * {{:​leon:​sched:​Icon - Show in OPS.png?​nolink|}} - displaying selected **published flights** in OPS > TABLE view
  
 +Next to {{:​leon:​sched:​Icon - publish.png?​nolink|}} button there is a dropdown available where you can choose between UTC and BT (Base Time) which can be set up in Settings > General Settings section.
  
 In the top-right corner of the page, you have the {{:​leon:​sched:​Filter.png?​nolink|}} filtering option where you can switch the SCHED between **IATA** and **ICAO** codes. In the top-right corner of the page, you have the {{:​leon:​sched:​Filter.png?​nolink|}} filtering option where you can switch the SCHED between **IATA** and **ICAO** codes.
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   - Click 'Add Schedule'​ button to save new Schedule   - Click 'Add Schedule'​ button to save new Schedule
  
 +It is possible to switch between **UTC** and **Base Time**.
  
-Once the schedule is saved, the flights are displayed ​as blue squares ​- {{:​leon:​sched:​Icon - unpublished.png?​nolink|}}.+In '​General Settings'​ panel you can define **Bases** (and then assign aircraft and crew to particular Base). 
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 +{{:​leon:​sched:​bases.png?​nolink|}} 
 + 
 +In SCHED main page, right next to the button '​Publish'​you can find a drop-down box with the list of predefined Bases, ​as well as UTC (which shows by default). 
 + 
 +When switching between Bases, Leon will show appropriate ADEP & ADES times on the flight-belt (see example below). 
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 +{{:​leon:​sched:​UTC timezone.png?​nolink|}} {{:​leon:​sched:​BT timezone.png?​nolink|}} 
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 +[{{ :​leon:​sched:​utc bt.png?​200|UTC/​BT selection option when creating a new schedule }}] 
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 +An option to select between UTC & chosen BT also appears when creating a {{:​leon:​sched:​Icon - New Schedule.png?​nolink|}} 
 + 
 +Once the schedule is saved, the flights are displayed as blue squares.
  
 You can click on the flight and perform further actions, such as **modifying the schedule** or **deleting it**. You can select more than one flight by holding **Shift/​Ctrl** buttons on the keyboard and clicking on the flights or by using {{:​leon:​sched:​Icon - Select Flights.png?​nolink|}} option. You can click on the flight and perform further actions, such as **modifying the schedule** or **deleting it**. You can select more than one flight by holding **Shift/​Ctrl** buttons on the keyboard and clicking on the flights or by using {{:​leon:​sched:​Icon - Select Flights.png?​nolink|}} option.
  
-Clicking on {{:​leon:​sched:​Icon - selected unpublished.png?​nolink|}} will display the flight details in the bottom '​Status Bar'. 
  
 <​box>​**New schedule is not visible to OPS teams in OPS section until the flights are published**</​box>​ <​box>​**New schedule is not visible to OPS teams in OPS section until the flights are published**</​box>​
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 ===== PUBLISHING ===== ===== PUBLISHING =====
  
-[{{ :​leon:​sched:​Publish ​2.png?​200|Publishing schedule}}]+[{{ :​leon:​sched:​Publish ​3.png?​200|Publishing schedule}}]
  
 Option {{:​leon:​sched:​Icon - publish.png?​nolink|}} is there to publish the **selected flights** of the schedule. Option {{:​leon:​sched:​Icon - publish.png?​nolink|}} is there to publish the **selected flights** of the schedule.
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   - Select flights   - Select flights
   - Click on '​Publish'​ button   - Click on '​Publish'​ button
-  - In the '​Publish ​pairings?' window Leon displays selected flights and pairings +  - In the '​Publish'​ window Leon displays ​'​Aircraft assignments'​ section in the left column and selected flights and pairings ​in the right column. 
-  - Review ​the pairings ​and click '​PUBLISH'​+ 
 +Once the schedule has been added in SCHED panel, you can select whether it should be published with the initially assigned virtual aircraft, or with the existing one. 
 + 
 +Select flights (use Shift or Ctrl to mark multiple legs) and click the icon {{:​leon:​sched:​Icon - publish.png?​nolink|}} - Leon will show a pop-up window, where you will be able to either leave the same aircraft as it was selected when creating the schedule, or select between **existing aircraft** for the schedule publication (no option to select a different virtual tail).  
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 +{{:​leon:​sched:​acft selection.png?​nolink|}} 
 + 
 +Once the schedule has been published with an existing aircraft, you will find it in OPS panel.  
 + 
 +{{:​leon:​sched:​sched in ops.png?​nolink|}}
  
 There is a following color coding to the flights in 'Sched Overview':​ There is a following color coding to the flights in 'Sched Overview':​
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 ===== SHOW IN OPS ===== ===== SHOW IN OPS =====
-[{{ :​leon:​sched:​Show in OPS.png?​200|'​Show in OPS' option}}]+[{{ :​leon:​sched:​Show in OPS 2.png?​200|'​Show in OPS' option}}]
  
 {{:​leon:​sched:​Icon - Show in OPS.png?​nolink|}} button becomes available only upon selecting published flight or a number of flights from one pairing. {{:​leon:​sched:​Icon - Show in OPS.png?​nolink|}} button becomes available only upon selecting published flight or a number of flights from one pairing.
leon/sched.1587823506.txt.gz · Last modified: 2020/04/25 14:05 by bartek