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Postby rrosa » Tue Jun 17, 2008 7:54 pm

dasein668 wrote:The only trouble I see with drag/drop is that that moves the recipe, rather than making a separate copy that I can modify for my particular session. I do drag/drop when I move a base recipe from "in development" to "tested" or "house recipes" but create a copy with a filename that references the brew session and date into the "sessions" folder for the actual brew day. Or am I misunderstanding what you mean?


Hmm, in this case I would duplicate the recipe, change the name, and drag it to wherever I want it. But I think it works just the same as using "save as".
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Postby dasein668 » Tue Jun 17, 2008 8:34 pm

rrosa wrote:
dasein668 wrote:The only trouble I see with drag/drop is that that moves the recipe, rather than making a separate copy that I can modify for my particular session. I do drag/drop when I move a base recipe from "in development" to "tested" or "house recipes" but create a copy with a filename that references the brew session and date into the "sessions" folder for the actual brew day. Or am I misunderstanding what you mean?


Hmm, in this case I would duplicate the recipe, change the name, and drag it to wherever I want it. But I think it works just the same as using "save as".


Yup. Same thing! 8)
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