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So this might be a dumb question because I've not researched it yet. But could one use DoogiePIM in Linux if they created a WINE wrapper? That is, if they have a valid Doogie license of course. What I'm not sure of is if using a WINE wrapper re-introduces the same vulnerabilities as Windows has. Ideas or comments?
I'd like to add that if you have a spreadsheet created in Excel for example and it has lots of formatted cells, formulas, fonts, and colors etc, those all import quite nicely into the finance section of DoogiePIM. I was very impressed with this functionality. Also, it exports back into Excel format just as nicely should you ever need or want to do that.
From the Reports section, I choose, "Create a new document from report" then save it in my Documents folder called "Linked Reports". Are these not really linked and just a created document as of the day it's created? If so, No problem, I may have just misinterpreted those as linked.
Chris, I have a folder in Documents that I named, "Linked Reports". Under that I have several documents that were linked to a report but never update even though the reports are updated and re-generated. Also, when I attempt to add a new Link by clicking the link icon called, "Add other linked item", within that folder, All the items that can be linked onto, are grayed out in the list. Is this operator error on my part or a bug? Thank you.
Not a fix....but a suggestion...... An overlay file that contains holidays, seasons, daylight savings days, etc that would show up in the calendar. I realize there would need to be different ones for say the UK, Canada, US, and other European countries but it would be a nice addition to the calendar.
Great Information, Chris. Thanks for the heads-up! I've since turned off my PW auto-fill.
Seems well organized but will be hard to adjust to. It might be better if there was some way to tell which groups have new posts on it and/or responses to posts a user has made. IMHO.
Thanks Chris. Using File Open method got them loaded. As a side question, can all the data files and reports etc, be located in a different drive or only the *.doo database file can be? If not, as a suggestion, maybe changing the code to say that where ever you direct doogiePIM to find the *.doo database file, then all the other related data files would also need to be there. Many of us with SSD drives want to be able to store all program data on a different drive and only use the SSD drive for applications only.