FastTrack Schedule 2022 for Mac supports Apple’s Revert To and Versioning system. (This feature looks similar to the Mac Time Machine interface.)
When versioning system is functioning, you can roll back a file to prior versions (even after saving and reopening) via the File menu “Revert To” command. If you are saving to a volume (drive) that doesn’t support this feature, you can still use FastTrack Schedule 2022 without any problem. You just won’t be able to roll back a file to a prior version. The message sounds more alarming than it really is.
The versioning feature works with Mac OS Extended (HFS+) volumes that are directly connected to your computer.
Standard thumb drives that have not been reformatted to HFS+ and network connections to volumes over AFP, SMB, or NFS don’t support Apple’s versioning system, so macOS via FastTrack Schedule 2022 presents the message, “The document [document name] is on a volume that does not support permanent version storage.”
This alert and the limitation of certain kinds of drives comes from macOS, and is not something FastTrack Schedule 2022 has any control over.
Here is a link to support.apple.com which provides additional information that may be of interest.
Some users are finding their date formats have changed after installing the latest version of FastTrack Schedule for Mac. This is most likely an issue with your Application Preferences in FastTrack Schedule.
To fix this:
From the FastTrack Schedule menu select Application Preferences…
Select the Dates tab.
Click on the Date Order: popup.
Choose the Date Order that you desire.
Select the Display choices for your dates.
View the Example area to see what your choices will look like.
Edit the Separators: if necessary.
Your dates should display in accordance with your choices.
If you’re unfamiliar with Roads and Bridges magazine, here’s an excerpt from Wikipedia to catch you up.
“Roads & Bridges magazine is a 107-year-old trade publication serving construction and maintenance professionals, as well as heavy equipment manufacturers … It provides industry news, information on relevant equipment and safety recommendations and has been cited in studies of American infrastructure.
Roads & Bridges works with associations such as the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), and American Road and Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA).
Roads & Bridges presents multiple annual awards and produces yearly Top 10 Roads & Top 10 Bridges Lists. As of July 2013, Roads & Bridges had 61,000 subscribers for its print edition.”
The only way to make Road’s and Bridges’s Top Ten Lists in any of their annual categories is for actual persons in the construction field to submit nominations and votes.
Thank you for submitting our software for the award and for your votes. It means the world to us.
For 30 years, we have kept a secret. On Christmas Eve in 1987, Santa visited AEC Software Inc.’s office… when we were still celebrating our annual Holiday party and the upcoming launch of a brand new product (FastTrack Schedule).
The poor man was so upset. He was already behind schedule with deliveries and thanks to our party, he was going to need to make a repeat visit to our office! Thankfully, we spotted him before he could sneak away so he wouldn’t have to come back again. he told us how behind he was with his deliveries, all of us at AEC Software, looked at each other with a brilliant idea. We could help Santa!
And so, with a twinkle in our eyes, we gave Santa a very special gift.
An American tradition for nearly 400 years, Thanksgiving’s feast is no ordinary Thursday night dinner. It is the culmination of a lot of work to nurture, hunt, and collect enough food for the upcoming winter.
Today, most people only need to harvest their local grocery store to obtain all the culinary ingredients for making this meal. But with all the basting and brining, cooking and thawing, food safety times and temperatures, stirring gravy and… (what is that burning!?!), might have you taking a second look at that normal Thursday night frozen meal aisle.
Congratulations! Your proposal won, and the boss made you the PM for that big project.
Now it is time to start stamping metal and shipping boxes… or more likely, not. Jumping straight in, without a schedule or even a plan, is a false economy for fools that have yet to learn luck strikes both ways. Often that first step is imagined as more difficult than it needs to be and is skipped, resulting in a fall later.
Humans are social animals, yet in many office spaces, eating lunch at your desk alone is the norm. It is possible with some jobs, to go to the office, work all day and go home without having said a single word verbally to anyone there.