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#1
Hello,

Exactly, I mean each hour will have a true/false value for hiding if empty. The breaks will have this value false, the others true - you will set each value to true separately, in the hours dialog.

I am waiting for Volker's opinion. It should be possible, but it is a lot of tedious work :)
#2
Hello,

That is great! Volker and I, we fixed some minor things in the HTML timetables in the current snapshot (which you just tried).

Do you think that adding a Boolean attribute to each day/real day/hour/real hour is useful? If this Boolean is true, the timetables will hide the d/rd/h/rh if the whole row/column is empty (no activity).

#3
I think we could add a Boolean attribute to each day/real day/hour/real hour, "Hide_If_Empty"; what do you say, Volker? I am not sure how difficult is it in the HTML timetables. I will begin to try something now, but if it is not feasible we may abandon the idea; I am waiting for Volker's opinion.
#4
You are welcome!

Please allow me to think for a bit. Meanwhile, could you please try and let me know of the latest snapshot: https://lalescu.ro/liviu/fet/forum/index.php?msg=33305 , and check Chrome, Edge, and Firefox? We made some slight changes in the HTML timetables.
#5
Hello,

Do you use a recent version of FET, which shows the timetables for the Mornings-Afternoons mode for real days/real hours?

Indeed, as you say, the program works as it is, because you can add a break or not available constraints in the first or better last hours of each afternoon. If you add X in the last hours of the afternoons, the timetables might be acceptable to print, because you will only lose below the page the X-s. But I admit it might be ugly.

Maybe a good setting would be to allow the user, with a FET setting, to choose to hide a row or column in the timetables if it contains only X-s.

I will add this conversation in the TODO, thank you for the suggestion!
#6
Suggestions / Re: possible to reverse the axes
June 22, 2024, 08:45:28 PM
We updated the snapshot for today. Please see this topic's last posts for always up-to-date snapshot: https://lalescu.ro/liviu/fet/forum/index.php?topic=5986.0
#7
Snapshots / Re: FET-6.22.1 snapshot available
June 22, 2024, 02:45:14 PM
You are welcome! Thank you, too! :)
#8
Snapshots / Re: FET-6.22.1 snapshot available
June 22, 2024, 12:13:14 PM
I have added a new snapshot, fixing these bugs. Thank you, Benahmed!

The link, as usual: https://lalescu.ro/liviu/fet/download/test/ (but only tar.bz2 sources for now, until Volker compiles for Windows). Get the latest version if there are more variants.
#9
Snapshots / Re: FET-6.22.1 snapshot available
June 22, 2024, 10:14:04 AM
Thank you, Benahmed, you are a great collaborator! For right-to-left languages there is this bug. I will now try to fix it, put a snapshot, and kindly ask Volker to compile for Windows. But it might take some time, I am not sure if it is difficult to fix or simple.
#10
Snapshots / Re: FET-6.22.1 snapshot available
June 22, 2024, 09:48:21 AM
You are welcome! Thank you! :)
#11
Snapshots / Re: FET-6.22.1 snapshot available
June 22, 2024, 09:34:29 AM
Hello, Benahmed,

In the interface, the lines are there, please check.

In the HTML timetables, unfortunately Volker said it was too complicated.
#12
Probably near the date of 1 July 2024.
#13
Oh, thank you for your kind intentions!

The donations page is: https://lalescu.ro/liviu/fet/donations.html . It is possible to donate by PayPal or bank account.
#14
Suggestions / Re: possible to reverse the axes
June 22, 2024, 08:24:39 AM
Great! You're welcome! :)
#15
Great! You're welcome! :)