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Old November 11th, 2002, 03:27 PM
well, the problem with doing this is in the Inventory screen which
displays Release instead of Model Number and/or Rank. I found the
lines in the .def file to change Model Number and Rank to column
groups and Release to Info groups, but I'm not aware of the next
steps to get the program to realize I changed the .def file.

Time for some more reading....

Doc

--- In cardvault@y..., "doc_savage_2001" <doc_savage_2001@y...> wrote:
> Also, I tried out the other thing I talked about in an earlier
> message. I edited the names to remove the Rank from the name and
> turned off Merge Individual Models and now it works perfectly like
I
> want as far as sorting goes! (i.e. Rookie then Experienced then
> Veteran, then Unique.
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Old November 12th, 2002, 09:11 AM
--- doc_savage_2001 <doc_savage_2001@yahoo.com> wrote:
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> well, the problem with doing this is in the Inventory screen which
> displays Release instead of Model Number and/or Rank. I found the
> lines in the .def file to change Model Number and Rank to column
> groups and Release to Info groups, but I'm not aware of the next
> steps to get the program to realize I changed the .def file.
>
> Time for some more reading....

Factiod: If you are having trouble getting CV to recognize changes you made,
usually you just have to delete the *.cvz files. That will force a recompile
which will usually fix the problem.

In this instance, however, I do not know if the view settings can be changed by
that trick. There is a way to force the default settings.

First of all, select Settings/Enable Data File Debugging

Then you can go under View/Data File Debugging/Use Default View to reset the
views to the file defaults.


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Old November 12th, 2002, 01:32 PM
Do NOT just delete all the *.cvz files!!! The inv.cvz file is your INVENTORY!!!

If you make a change to any of the *.def or *.dat files, CV should
automatically recognize that the files need to be recompiled and do so. If
it fails to do so, please let us know at support@wolflair.com so we can
investigate.

As a last resort, you can delete the core.cvz file to force recompilation,
BUT THAT'S THE ONLY ONE!

Thanks, Rob


At 07:40 AM 11/12/2002 -0800, you wrote:
>Factiod: If you are having trouble getting CV to recognize changes you made,
>usually you just have to delete the *.cvz files. That will force a recompile
>which will usually fix the problem.


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Old November 12th, 2002, 07:58 PM
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> Do NOT just delete all the *.cvz files!!! The inv.cvz file is your
> INVENTORY!!!

Oh sh!t! Sorry about that. I meant the core.cvz file!


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Old November 12th, 2002, 08:21 PM
Don't worry. I would NEVER delete any file without making a backup
first. Everything was safe. Didn't work and I had to restore, but
everything was OK. I realized afterwards that the inventory files had
to stay.

Thanks,
Doc

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> --- Rob Bowes <rob@w...> wrote:
> > Do NOT just delete all the *.cvz files!!! The inv.cvz file is your
> > INVENTORY!!!
>
> Oh sh!t! Sorry about that. I meant the core.cvz file!
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