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Old 07-06-2012, 01:34 PM   #51
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Brad,

Are there any plans of adding a search-by-ingredient function to the recipe site? For example, I want to see only the IPAs that use Maris Otter, or even better: IPAs with Maris Otter but no Simcoe. That would be a very powerful feature for any recipe site IMO.

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Old 07-06-2012, 02:20 PM   #52
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Yes,
I'm looking at a good way to add it. Its not completely trivial as it would require a new set of indexes, but it is on my to do list for the site as several people have asked for it.

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Old 07-07-2012, 04:43 PM   #53
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Best $20 I've spent on my brewing hobby. Thanks Brad for all the hard work, and keep it up.

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Old 10-02-2012, 07:17 PM   #54
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Well,

A few more brews under my belt & a few more months into this hobby & I can honestly say Beersmith is making me a better brewer!

I'm following the temperature suggestions, water volumes, & mash schedules & I'm getter better results.

I hit my OG number exactly & I'm now at 82% efficiency. I was NEVER that good.

Question: Why can't we attach .bsmx files to HBT threads? Who's decision was that? Sure there's a work-around but THAT was a poor choice for everyone in my estimation. Make life easy. Everyone will succeed as a result.

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Old 02-01-2013, 08:46 PM   #55
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Brad,

Can you explain the 'versions' option.... I assume it is a way to be able to save multiple versions of the same recipe, but I can't seem to figure out it's functionality??

Is it there for future use?

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Old 02-02-2013, 01:04 AM   #56
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Hi,
The version number is simply a way of marking a different version of a recipe - it does not automatically save a new copy however.

The way I use it is as follows - once I brew a beer, I fill in the data (date, notes, etc...) then use the "Copy to Log" button to save a copy "as brewed" to my brew log folder.

Then I bump the version and eventually the date for the next version of the recipe in my main working folder.

This way I have copies of all of the recipes "as brewed" in my brew log folder and can view them by date or version (customize columns on the view menu to show these).

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Old 02-02-2013, 02:22 PM   #57
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Hi,
The version number is simply a way of marking a different version of a recipe - it does not automatically save a new copy however.

The way I use it is as follows - once I brew a beer, I fill in the data (date, notes, etc...) then use the "Copy to Log" button to save a copy "as brewed" to my brew log folder.

Then I bump the version and eventually the date for the next version of the recipe in my main working folder.

This way I have copies of all of the recipes "as brewed" in my brew log folder and can view them by date or version (customize columns on the view menu to show these).

Cheers,
Brad
Thanks this helps a bit, but I have a few questions...

I have been all over the UI and cant find copy to log.
Where is "copy to log" and my "customize Cols" is greyed out?
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