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Schedule Presets

Postby sipher1966 » Thu Feb 07, 2008 1:39 pm

Is there a way to save a schedule preset?

I created a template with a multi-step mash and saved it as the default template. The schedule is there by default and the 2 presets are in the drop down (One step infusion and Two step infusion). Is there a way to create another preset that shows in the drop down, maybe called Multi-Step or 3 Step Infusion?
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Re: Schedule Presets

Postby jeff » Thu Feb 07, 2008 2:30 pm

sipher1966 wrote:Is there a way to save a schedule preset?

I created a template with a multi-step mash and saved it as the default template. The schedule is there by default and the 2 presets are in the drop down (One step infusion and Two step infusion). Is there a way to create another preset that shows in the drop down, maybe called Multi-Step or 3 Step Infusion?


Presets can't be modified. In fact, the preset menu has been completely removed in BTP 1.1 in favor of the new assets library. For now, the best way to store your schedules is to save them in template files. When saving the template file, only preserve equipment and schedule information. When the template is loaded, only the equipment and schedule will be inserted leaving the rest of the recipe unchanged.
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Postby jawbox » Thu Feb 07, 2008 9:39 pm

Jeff, I find that with 1.1 I can rip through a mash schedule in no time. I just keep a template file for my equipment. Wish we could save it within the program rather than a template file.
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Postby sipher1966 » Fri Feb 08, 2008 9:49 am

Alright. I thought I was going crazy. So make a template for each mash schedule. Thanks
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