SCHEDULE VIEW: USE
The Schedule View displays the resources in the form of a tree.
To do this, go to Display menu > Rows block > Mode.
This mode therefore displays resources in the form of a tree:
The display of nodes makes it possible to group several resources which have the same value.
By default the number of levels in the tree is 2, when this mode is enabled.
You can increase or reduce the number of levels using the buttons located at the bottom left of the view.
In the event of disabling and immediate re-enabling, the number of levels is memorized.
In the case of a numerical, control column or operation heading, the value of the node for this heading is:
Integer or decimal display format: the node is equal to the total of its resources’ values,
Percentage display format: the node is equal to the mean of its resources’ values.
The Search function also works in Tree mode.
As with the other views which have a table mode, it is possible to align the text of the columns visible in this table mode.
To do this, right-click on the column header > Context menu > Columns > Alignment > choose the desired alignment.
It is possible to choose the alignment :
- by default,
- to the right,
Freezing of the scroll bar
In Table mode, it is possible to freeze or unfreeze the scrollbar using the button on the bottom side of the view.
Layout of a Schedule view
The Schedule view is laid out in the Main window like the other views.
Moving in the Schedule view
To browse times:
- Use the ,
- Use the Left keyboard key (to go back) or the Right key (to go forward) in time.
To browse resources:
- Use the scroll bar,
- Use the Up and Down keyboard keys.
When selecting several resources, it is possible to move to the first or last event in the selection.
To do this, right-click on the resource selection > Context menu > More tools > Go to > choose between the first or last event in the selection.
Like for the other views that have a table mode, you can sort the resources using the columns visible in the left-hand part of the resources.
Printing a Schedule view
Like the other views, you can print the Schedule view.