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updates:schedule-changes-in-the-flight-editing-panel-behaviour [2018/12/27 09:30]
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updates:schedule-changes-in-the-flight-editing-panel-behaviour [2018/12/27 09:46] (current)
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 We have introduced changes to the right-hand flight editing panel behaviour. We have introduced changes to the right-hand flight editing panel behaviour.
  
-The idea behind ​teh changes is to give quick access to the tabs that a User accesses most often.+The idea behind ​the changes is to give quick access to the tabs that a User accesses most often.
  
-Initially, ​the right flight ​editing panel opens depending on the place in the SCHEDULE ​you click on. If i.e. you click on the **FW & JL** part - tab FW & JL gets opened on the right. If you click on the date or STD/STA hour tab FLIGHT shows its dataIf you click on the crew code in the flights list - tab CREW gets opened. The same happens with Trip No., OPS or SALES status or W&B - proper tabs get opened ​to give you quick access to the edited data. +Initially, ​when you click on a flight in the SCHEDULE ​it opens **FLIGHT** tab in the right-hand editing panelYou can switch ​to a different ​tab, the one you use most often.
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-After the specific ​tab is openedLeon 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. You can click on a different tab in the right panel and this tab is remembered.+
  
 +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.
  
updates/schedule-changes-in-the-flight-editing-panel-behaviour.txt · Last modified: 2018/12/27 09:46 by rafal