Topic: Missing Info (Headers and Data) in All Assemblies
|By: Steve||Posted on: May 8 2019 at 11:55:22 AM|
|I've looked through the topics and didn't readily see this one. So maybe i'm the only person having the issue. ?|
Select all Assemblies or All Components and the full list of assemblies and components are displayed. Some of the headings, and subsequently the data, are missing. Using the Show/Hide Columns configuration menu does not produce the desired results and there are also checkboxes with no labels.
|By: Support||Posted on: May 8 2019 at 12:44:54 PM|
|Steve. Can you take a couple of screenshots and email to us?|
|By: Steve||Posted on: May 9 2019 at 07:07:04 AM|
|done. please look for an email with the Topic as the subject. I also included the database file.|
|By: Support||Posted on: May 9 2019 at 01:23:32 PM|
|Thanks Steve. Something strange there.|
When you close MiniMRP it remembers some of your preferences such as column widths and which columns are visible/hidden so it can set them the same the next time you start the software.
Those preferences are not stored in the database so it's not a real database error. Just something wrong with the local preferences.
Go into the All Components list. Open up the 'Show/Hide' columns option and set a checkmark in all the enabled boxes. Click OK. Then go back in and UnCheck them again. Click OK. CLose MiniMRP. When you restart are the columns now as you expect?
That should fix the problem in the All Components list. If you're also having the same problem in the BOM window then do the same there as well.
|By: Steve||Posted on: May 10 2019 at 07:57:34 AM|
|To answer your question "When you restart are the columns now as you expect?" No, unfortunately. |
Version 184.108.40.206 seems to have fixed the missing labels in the settings dialog.
I also noticed that the manufacturer and manufacturer's part number, while they can be checked, do not retain the checked state when closed and reopened.
|By: Support||Posted on: May 12 2019 at 04:53:37 AM|
|Steve. Sorry about the confusion. In the current version the Manufacturer's columns only become visible if they actually contain data. They remain hidden, even if you enable them, on the assumption that YOU are the manufacturer so they usually won't show anything.|
We have decided though to allow those columns to be shown even if they're empty - not because you need to see empty columns but simply to remove this kind of confusion.
The next update - to be released Mid May 2019 will fix that issue with the Manufacturer columns. It will also fix the other problem with missing labels.
|By: Steve||Posted on: May 13 2019 at 11:41:46 AM|
|Thank you. The version 220.127.116.11 "fixed" the issue.|
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