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Restore ability to set concurrent licensing for all users system-wide
SPSS 28.0 changed the way concurrent licensing works. Every user must explicitly select the concurrent license in the activation wizard the first time SPSS is launched, even if the administrator has already configured concurrent licensing. This is...
Select Cases - allow ability to change default option of hiding unselected cases in Data View
SPSS 28 automatically hides cases that don't meet the selection criteria in Data View. There is an option to show unselected cases (like in older versions) but you have to set it each time a new instance of SPSS is opened.
More convenient search, find, and enter variables in the input dialog box
Analysis procedures need variable names but it is time consuming to have to scroll through the list when there are hundreds of variables. It would help if there was a better way to search, find, and enter the variable names. At the very least, if ...
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