RepairQ 1.3.1 release is now live!
- Large ticket print (wider than 3″) is now styled more like an invoice
- Edit ticket notes – you can now add/remove important flag and print note flag on ticket notes
- If you try to navigate away from a ticket where you have unsaved changes, you will get a browser alert prompt before continuing
- If you have any payment methods over/short when you close a Cash Reconciliation Sheet the browser will warn you before saving.
- You can now change the number of items to display on the tickets list, inventory list, inventory item list, catalog item list, and customer list
- Other minor updates and fixes. For more info, see notes below:
- New sales reports
- New dashboard alerts
1.3.1 release notes:
- Feature #2433: Add ticket location changes to system log
- Feature #2432: Add “dismiss” feature for important notes
- Feature #2453: Saving Cash Reconciliation Report
- Feature #2461: Invoice – print ticket details in an invoice style format
- Feature #2492: Adjust pagination size
- Feature #2545: Unsaved Changes Alert – ticket
- Feature #2557: Edit ticket notes
- Bug #2457: Ticket print with multiple devices or ticket items
- Feature #2490: Ticket notes – Make section visible by default
- Bug #2523: SalesItemSummary division by zero
- Bug #2547: Ticket view – remaining balance total
- Bug #2548: Manual add ticket item – better feedback
- Bug #2554: Ticket item qty
- Bug #2556: Adding note – clear note field
- Bug #2563: Change device button text
- Bug #2566: Exclude closed tickets from ticket progress widget
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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.
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