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TeeJay (2309)

TeeJay
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Working in Truro
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Wednesday June 23, 2004
04:05 AM

Getting your hands dirty in maypole

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So far I haven't had to stray far from the basics to get what I wanted. Last night I played with some macro's and will probably add some custom sub-templates and macros that I will use accross sites... I wonder what the best way to share factory templates and macros accross multiple sites would be -- symlinks or is there a way to tell Maypole where to look?

This morning after staying up to late attempting to 'design' my father-in-laws website and tune the maypole bits, I am using MrProject to provide our MD with a timeline for the project for him to present to our backers.

Its a bit counter-intuitive as tab doesn't take you to the next field, instead to the next record, when when adding or editing resources. Also there doesn't appear to copy and paste which is annoying.

I also can't see a way to make the project start date go back past today without fiddling with the system clock and starting it again.

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