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Allow for the ‘-‘ key to be used as a modifier for hot keys.
There are many limitations to the number of hotkeys that can be used in FTM due to Windows key functions and other conflicts between Shift and ALT with the 10 key pad. Using a modifier outside of the common CTRL, ALT, Shift would allow for a large...
Make the Repair Reviewed ID field on the General tab in TCR a permission so only authorized users can see this information.
why is it useful - If the repair associate makes an error processing the item, their user ID can be seen by their peer balancing the UOW. Having the access to this information be set as a permission will allow only an authorized user, i.e. supervi...
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