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  • Messenger Questions

    Our firm just upgraded to 11.1 and I have a couple of messenger questions/issues: 1. Have the options to set the messenger preview/pop-up notification opaqueness been removed from the program? 2. On 1 computer (XP Pro - fully patched), the pop-up notifcation flashes but contains no text, while the actual messenger message does have a message. This is
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Charlotte on Thu, Aug 23 2012
  • Client-side Access in Windows Server 2008

    We are installing TM9P in a new box running Windows Server 2008 (32 bit). The installation to the server is complete and works fine (except for the PCLaw (v9) link). Logged in as the Administrator, TM can be installed and run (including the pclaw link) on the work stations. However, no other users - even those users assigned to the administrators group
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Charlotte on Tue, Jun 9 2009
  • Re: Spell Check - Automatic on OK

    Thanks. Unfortunately, that's where I thought it was. My user ID has full access rights. When I log with either my ID or as "admin" - on any workstation in the office - the 'Spelling' area of Workstation Settings/Data Entry Tab stops after 'Use Spell Checking.' It looks like the remainder of that box is cut-off, but we're
    Posted to PCLaw (Forum) by Charlotte on Tue, Jan 13 2009
  • Spell Check - Automatic on OK

    I cannot remember where the option is to enable this feature on a new workstation. I thought it was in workstation settings. Can someone please remind me? We're on v9.20f TIA Charlotte Drew Drew & McCallum PLLC 2441 High Timbers, Suite 130 The Woodlands, Texas 77380 (832) 585-0070 The Woodlands (281) 252-9300 Metro Houston (832) 585-0071 Facsimile
    Posted to PCLaw (Forum) by Charlotte on Tue, Jan 13 2009
  • Re: Powerview Hyperlink to Contact's Website

    Lovely! I did have to make one change to avoid error messages. My final line of code for the hyperlink looks like this: <A HREF="http://{CON:CON1_03_02}"target="_blank">{CON:CON1_03_02}</A> Charlotte
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Charlotte on Tue, Feb 20 2007
  • Re: Powerview Hyperlink to Contact's Website

    Thanks for the code. But, I cannot get that to work. I've tried <A HREF="http://{CON:CON1_03_02}">{CON:CON1_03_02}</A> and <A HREF="{CON:CON1_03_02}">{CON:CON1_03_02}</A> both generate an IE error message, inside the powerview, that the page cannot be displayed. Of note, I do want this link to open in
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Charlotte on Mon, Feb 19 2007
  • Powerview Hyperlink to Contact's Website

    We've added the website field to many of our contact powerviews, but I have not figured out the necessary hyperlink code to make the url open in a brower when clicked. Is anyone willing to share this code? Charlotte A. Drew The Drew Law Firm PLLC Lakeside Professional Building 14884 Highway 105 West Montgomery, Texas 77356 (281) 252-9300 Metro Houston
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Charlotte on Mon, Feb 19 2007
  • TM Save/Acrobat

    Somewhere in the upgrade to TM8 Pro and, subsequently, SR-1, if the file is given a new file name when we TM Save a document in Acrobat 6 (full version), the new file name does not appear in the Acrobat title bar after the save. The document does save properly, every time, in TM. However, after the save, the user is looking at/working on the "old"
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Charlotte on Fri, Jan 19 2007
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