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TimDugan

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Sign-in Sheet
« on: May 19, 2006, 12:32:32 PM »
I noticed that after the update, the sign-in sheets now have the word "no" in the "paid" column if that player hadn't paid when you created the sheet.  Personally, I liked it better when it was blank cause I just used it as a check box.  Is there a way to remove the word "no" from the "paid" column when I create the sign-in sheet?  (like, is there a preference for that that I'm just missing . . . which is likely the case . . . cause I'm just like that :P ).  I mean, it's not a big thing cause I just mark over the words, but when going through pages of people, it was easier to spot my checkmarks in a sea of white space ;)

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Re: Sign-in Sheet
« Reply #1 on: May 19, 2006, 01:31:32 PM »
The checkmark was removed because, being an HTML page, the checkmark is an image and is referenced relatively.  If you move the sign-in sheet file, the checkmarks become broken images.  So I removed the image references to avoid this issue entirely.

I actually ran across this just yesterday and thought that it is a little difficult to distinguish between the 'yes' and 'no' at a quick glance.  My thought was to add a preference that allowed you to specify what you want for "yes" and what you want for "no".  That way you could, for example, use "yes" and "", making the distinction more visible.  Or, return to what was used before by using "<img src=../images/checkSmall.gif>" and "".

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Re: Sign-in Sheet
« Reply #2 on: May 19, 2006, 02:17:11 PM »
Personally, I think the difference between " " and "yes" would be just fine.  You don't need the checkmark really, just some way to easily tell between the two.