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Old 01-19-2010, 04:55 AM   #81
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rocketman-

I know you are doing a lot of work troubleshooting various things.

I just want to say THANKYOU!!!!!

I am running a brewday tomorrow totally off a single software package that I am agreeing with and liking and know how to tweak. I just exported text to clipboard and it included all the instructions. YOU NAILED IT!

Thanks for working with all of us. I love what you have created/compiled.

You have done a great service to my brewery.

THANKYOU!


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Old 01-19-2010, 03:24 PM   #82
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rocketman-

I know you are doing a lot of work troubleshooting various things.

I just want to say THANKYOU!!!!!

I am running a brewday tomorrow totally off a single software package that I am agreeing with and liking and know how to tweak. I just exported text to clipboard and it included all the instructions. YOU NAILED IT!

Thanks for working with all of us. I love what you have created/compiled.

You have done a great service to my brewery.

THANKYOU!
No problem man. I'm glad you guys are my testbed so to speak. As long as you keep up with the suggestions and bug reports, it can only get better.


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Old 01-21-2010, 08:21 PM   #83
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Checking this out, very cool!
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Old 01-21-2010, 09:10 PM   #84
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Thanks for the post! My Kubuntu computer will appreciate some QT and open-source software.

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Old 01-22-2010, 01:04 AM   #85
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How about a notes section for each recipe. I like to track changes, freak occurences etc.

It nailed all my numbers on brewday, with one exception. I could not see where to adjust for my grain (which was at 37, from the shop storage) so I had to up the mash temp a little.

This will be great when I jump to a netbook too...
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It nailed all my numbers on brewday, with one exception. I could not see where to adjust for my grain (which was at 37, from the shop storage) so I had to up the mash temp a little.
Awesome. The grain temp can be changed in the mash tab. Click "Edit Mash" and then change "Initial grain temp."
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I actually came across this program last night and immediately installed it. Very nice!
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Old 01-22-2010, 02:03 AM   #88
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The grain temp can be changed in the mash tab. Click "Edit Mash" and then change "Initial grain temp."
Well look at that! It is indeed. I had yet to edit a mash. And I usually click all the buttons...

Thanks man!
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Is there any way to get a print function for this?
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Is there any way to get a print function for this?
it has a function to export to clipboard... just paste it to word pad, etc


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