RepairQ 1.2 release is now live! This release features:
- New ticket user interface! We completely overhauled the design of the ticket add/edit screen and the ticket manage screen to make the point-of-sale portion of signal more efficient and intuitive.
- When you save a customer on a ticket it saves it in the database, even if you don’t save the ticket
- Added some keyboard shortcut keys. See the help page in your app for more info.
- Optimized the load time for some of the page resources, so your pages should load faster (particularly if you are on a slower machine). More to come soon.
1.2 release notes:
- Feature #2172: New Ticket UI
- Feature #2220: Add phone# to ticket view
- Feature #2221: New Ticket view UI
- Feature #2240: Add Ticket shortcut keys
- Feature #2145: Force CSS refresh with new releases
- Feature #2152: Use precompiled less
- Bug #2156: Customer save on a ticket
- Bug #2219: Cost & Price fields not consistent
- Bug #2233: Repair Ticket – devices section not in “edit mode” by default
- Bug #2234: Repair Ticket – attaching a customer
- Bug #2235: Trade-in – payment section
- Bug #2238: Force validation on trade-in notes
- Bug #2242: Payment form – null is an option
- Bug #2243: Create customer – duplicate customer validation
- Bug #2247: Discount – totals not recalculated
- Bug #2248: VCT close redirect – shift lead permissions
- Bug #2253: Missing icons
- Bug #2254: Demo Tour breaks at VCT section
- Bug #2258: Price override – ticket view
If you feel that you have not received these features on your instance, please let us know. We are careful not to release anything that will cause problems with your RepairQ installation, but if you feel that we have messed something up then please submit a support ticket and we will resolve the issue ASAP.
View and vote on new ideas for future releases on our RepairQ Forum.