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  1. OK - thanks Comment. I like your suggestion in the last paragraph and will give it a go.
  2. Thanks for your help Comment! I think I've misled you, as I don’t need this task to conform to good accounting practice; it is for a history research project and I was trying to simplify my query to understand the basic calculations I would need. In fact the ‘stock items’ are historical commodities and items bought at various prices, currencies and tax rates in the 18th and 19th centuries. I therefore do not want to have variables auto-entered as the records are created – because the records already exist. I want the tax rate - or maybe the currency exchange rate, or anything e
  3. This must be so simple, but I cannot work it out or find the answer! Using Filemaker 14. I have an old db in which my records are stock items. I currently have a number field showing the price net of tax (PRICE_NET) and a calculation field (PRICE_INC) which shows the price including tax at 10%, using the calculation PRICE_NET * 1.10. I also have a date field (DATE) showing when the item was acquired. Let’s say the tax increased to 15% at the beginning of this year. I therefore want to change the calculation in PRICE_INC so that it displays the net price + 10% if the date in the
  4. By 'just press enter' I mean return - and this always worked on earlier versions, though I'm not sure on FM11, as the solution was mothballed at that time. IdeaData - you're right, it does work with Ctrl+return (or non numeric enter as above) - I just find that clunky.... Thanks for your help!
  5. Thanks Vaughan - The script prints a layout which is a map of a dining room with up to 100 tables. The pause allows the user to select which table to 'mark' in the print-out and also shows who is sitting at that table. A typical work environment for the user is a garret not far from the dining room. They need to e.g. print a new place card for a diner and a runner then takes the print-out and seamlessly puts the new place card in the right place on the right table. There is usually huge time pressure - literally it needs to be done in minutes - and usually they are using a laptop without a
  6. Hi friends - Back here again after many years to ask some of your first-class advice please.... I have a very old solution which I recently converted from fp7 (can't even remember which version I originally created it on) to FM12 and am checking performance. Windows Vista on a trusty old Dell laptop. There is a script triggered by a button, which pauses indefinitely for user input. Many moons ago, the script would resume when the user pressed Enter on the keyboard. Now, it will only resume if the user either 1) clicks on 'continue' in the status toolbar, or 2) presses Ctrl + E
  7. Thanks everyone for sticking with this! 1. The user's hard drive search showed the 3 related files in the solution I sent him and the 58 sample files that come with the FM6 app. None of the solution files happened to have the same name as any of the sample files. 2. I got the user's files back, but I can't get them to misbehave. 3. Likewise I don't have any problems with the files on FM 6 so far, but I'm still testing. 4. The user is reporting no font problems in any app. 5. All 3 files recovered with no problems. Just found out that Win XP SP2 contains a fix for
  8. Thanks everyone for sticking with this! 1. The user's hard drive search showed the 3 related files in the solution I sent him and the 58 sample files that come with the FM6 app. None of the solution files happened to have the same name as any of the sample files. 2. I got the user's files back, but I can't get them to misbehave. 3. Likewise I don't have any problems with the files on FM 6 so far, but I'm still testing. 4. The user is reporting no font problems in any app. 5. All 3 files recovered with no problems. Just found out that Win XP SP2 contains a fix for
  9. Thanks everyone for sticking with this! 1. The user's hard drive search showed the 3 related files in the solution I sent him and the 58 sample files that come with the FM6 app. None of the solution files happened to have the same name as any of the sample files. 2. I got the user's files back, but I can't get them to misbehave. 3. Likewise I don't have any problems with the files on FM 6 so far, but I'm still testing. 4. The user is reporting no font problems in any app. 5. All 3 files recovered with no problems. Just found out that Win XP SP2 contains a fix for
  10. Thanks Vaughan, but they insist that they don't. Even if they did, data has disappeared from a field that was already populated when they initially received the file. So the user cannot be looking at a copy file without data. Guess I'm looking at file corruption or maybe the user on Win XP SP1 has a font corruption?
  11. Thanks Vaughan, but they insist that they don't. Even if they did, data has disappeared from a field that was already populated when they initially received the file. So the user cannot be looking at a copy file without data. Guess I'm looking at file corruption or maybe the user on Win XP SP1 has a font corruption?
  12. Thanks Vaughan, but they insist that they don't. Even if they did, data has disappeared from a field that was already populated when they initially received the file. So the user cannot be looking at a copy file without data. Guess I'm looking at file corruption or maybe the user on Win XP SP1 has a font corruption?
  13. Sorry Vaughan, but I don't get your point. Client = business client. I email him zipped files that he upzips to his hard-drive. Most of the time he's working on a laptop which is not attached to a network. How can that be a problem?
  14. Sorry Vaughan, but I don't get your point. Client = business client. I email him zipped files that he upzips to his hard-drive. Most of the time he's working on a laptop which is not attached to a network. How can that be a problem?
  15. Sorry Vaughan, but I don't get your point. Client = business client. I email him zipped files that he upzips to his hard-drive. Most of the time he's working on a laptop which is not attached to a network. How can that be a problem?
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