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Couple of minor bugs
#1
Little things to check;

1 -  In Companion.when doing a search, the dropdown "By:" menu includes "Name". However, this field is called "Title" when you look at the main body.  A little confusing, no more no less.

2 - After upgrading to latest versions the auto population of the backup file was named "MobileSheetsPro_2017-36-27.msb" - obviously wrong, as the date is really 20170327.  After closing everything down and then trying for a second time, the filename became "MobileSheetsPro_2017-40-27.msb".  Something is amiss here Smile .   Doing an internal backup, to the external card on the tablet, results in the correct population ("MobileSheetsPro_2017-03-27.msb") appearing, so the problem seems to be related to Companion, rather than MSP.

3 - I'm happy to see the auto population now adheres to the international dating standard, but the hyphens should not exist.  The correct format should be 20170327, not 2017-03-27.
Graeme

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#2
(03-27-2017, 10:51 AM)GraemeJ Wrote: 3 - I'm happy to see the auto population now adheres to the international dating standard, but the hyphens should not exist.  The correct format should be 20170327, not 2017-03-27.

Sorry, I have to correct you, the hyphens have to be there:
- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601
- https://www.w3.org/TR/NOTE-datetime
- we discussed that here http://zubersoft.com/mobilesheets/forum/...p?tid=3924
  (Thank you that you initiated this useful feature)
- imho readability is far better with hyphens

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(03-27-2017, 08:42 PM)itsme Wrote:
(03-27-2017, 10:51 AM)GraemeJ Wrote: 3 - I'm happy to see the auto population now adheres to the international dating standard, but the hyphens should not exist.  The correct format should be 20170327, not 2017-03-27.

Sorry, I have to correct you, the hyphens have to be there:
- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601

Hmmm... I was always taught not to use the hyphens.  In fact it appears either form is acceptable - "the standard allows both the YYYY-MM-DD and YYYYMMDD formats for complete calendar date representations, if the day [DD] is omitted then only the YYYY-MM format is allowed".
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#4
There may still be a bug though. I just made a backup and the date showed 2017-27-35.
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#5
2017-27-35 is definitely not correct.
The bug seems to affect only the companion. In MSP Android and in MSP Win10 the filenames are populated correctly.
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#6
Yes, it is a bug - I have a fix in place. I just used a format string of "yyyy-mm-dd", but "mm" is minutes, whereas "MM" is months. So that's why you are seeing a number between 0 and 60.

As for the filter, I'm going to have to take a look at that, but it's probably because "name" is used for all the group types, whereas title is only used for the song title.

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#7
That explains the strange dating Smile .

I'm not sure I understand the filter thing. It just seemed to me to be inconsistent to have a column labelled "Title" but a search field called "Name" to search that column.
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#8
Well, the "Name" option doesn't just search on Song Title. It also searches to see if the song is using any groups whose name matches the given search. I would actually have to provide a separate option for "Song Title" to search on just that or just change it to "Title" and remove matching on any of the song groups.
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#9
Right - now that makes more sense. It's just something that I see as a small inconsistency and not worth the effort of changing.
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