VISUAL PLANNING 5.3 DOCUMENTATION

Time scale

DEFINITION

The Time scale is the finesse of the temporal representation of the view.

This scale can be considered as a tool that allows to do:

  • a front zoom (short-term capture case),
  • a back zoom (long-term capture case).

The finesse can be different according to the view that is used.

SCHEDULE VIEW

  • In a Schedule view, the Time scale is represented with the nets of each column of the planner:
    • Year
    • Month
    • Week
    • Day
    • 1/2 day
    • 1/3 day
    • 1/4 day
    • Hour
    • Half-hour
    • Quarter-hour
    • 10 minutes
    • 5 minutes

DIARY VIEW

  • In a Diary view, the Time scale can be:
    • in width:
      • the day
      • the finely worked week
      • the week
      • the month
    • in height:
      • Hour
      • Half-hour
      • Quarter-hour
      • 10 minutes
      • 5 minutes

USE

View time scale

The Time scale can be shown:

  • In a Schedule view, by the signification of a column of the schedule

Exemple:

Day Time scale in a schedule view:

  • In a Diary view, by the signification of a line of the diary.

Exemple:

Hour Time scale in a diary view:

Modify time scale

In a Schedule view

To modify the Time scale in a Schedule view, there are many possibilities:

  • Menu Display > Schedule block > Scale
  • Right-Click on an header of the schedule> Scale
  • Place the cursor on the header of the schedule and Ctrl + Knurl

In a Diary view

To modify the Time scale of a Diary view, there are many possibilities:

  • Menu Display > Diary block > Scale

* Right-Click on an header of the schedule> Scale

  • Place the cursor on the header of the schedule and Ctrl + Knurl
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