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  1. Hi Jose, I see that you sent in a support ticket # HD-75759 a week ago. Sean sent you a reply that same day, "Are you still experiencing this issue? If so, we'll need to see those log files. After reproducing the issue, you can go to the 360Deploy launch page (probably http://s711480.fmphost.com/360Deploy/), click Send problem report and log files, fill out the form with the details, and submit it to us. Make sure the date selected corresponds to the day you produced the error." Did you not receive that message? If you are experiencing this issue still, please follow Sean's instructions. You can reply to that original ticket or submit a new one at support@360works.com. Thanks.
  2. Thanks for the feedback, unfortunately our Scribe developer is working on another project that has an immediate priority. However, when he is available, I will have him take a look at this behavior.
  3. Hi, When the Scribe plugin writes to documents, it takes on the formatting and styles of where it is writing to. Unfortunately, at the moment it is not able to specify a different format from where it is writing to. Creeper, there was a similar issue someone was experiencing before. Check your styles in MS Word under the Format drop down, and see if you have some formatting for tables being set. Another solution is to copy all contents and move it to a new word document that does not have any previous styling.
  4. Hi Mark, If the file is not being hosted on FileMaker Server, then you would have to find a workaround where you transfer a copy of the file to whatever computer or device you'd want to work on when not at home. How you transfer it would be up to you and also how large your database file size is. You would also have to be careful about which versions of the database you're working with. Obviously, having a hosted version of the database would make it easier to work while away from home as the database will keep all changes on the server file, but would require FileMaker Server. Nick 360Works
  5. Hi, unfortunately Zulu is only able to sync with Apple Calendar, Google Calendar, and Exchange Outlook Calendar. There is API communication and calendar structure that is necessary for Zulu to be able to sync with these platforms.
  6. Our Plastic developer has said that Plastic doesn't utilize MD5 based transHash elements so this change will not affect Plastic.
  7. The location where plugins are installed for FileMaker Server is different from where they should be installed for WebDirect. Install plug-ins for use with WebDirect by dragging the appropriate plugin to FileMaker Server/Web Publishing/publishing-engine/cwpc/Plugins . You'll have to restart the Web Publishing Engine after doing so from the FileMaker Server admin console. After doing so, try the scribe scripts once more. You can also create a simple script and run it in WebDirect using Show Custom Dialog[ Get(InstalledFMPlugins)] to check if the scribe plugin is installed correctly on WebDirect.
  8. Hi James, Yes, it is easy and simple to create read only versions of your published calendars. Filtering is also an option in Zulu 3, you can see how the process is accomplished here in our documentation http://docs.360works.com/index.php/Zulu_-_Filtering . You can also download Zulu at our website https://360works.com/filemaker-calendar/ and try it out free in demo mode for up to 2 hours. -Nick 360Works
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