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Peter Gum
2010-11-12 06:18:40


My simulations do not include the 'N last days' day after day. It is one day behind the next day and two days behind the day after that and so on. So I try to rememer to reset it each day.
It would be nice if it changed to the new day automatically each day. Thanks. Pete



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2010-12-01 05:18:10

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You can now check the "N last days" option and the simulator start & end dates will be updated automatically.


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