ABV using Plato

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ABV using Plato

Post by hmbbrew » Thu Jan 30, 2014 2:50 pm

New to the software and we're looking at some things that would make it more efficient for us to use. In the % Attenuation calculator it doesn't allow for using Plato. That is the unit of measure we work with across the board. We're allowed to use it elsewhere in the application, but not here. Can we get that feature added in the near future? Thanks!

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Re: ABV using Plato

Post by jeff » Thu Jan 30, 2014 2:59 pm

hmbbrew wrote:New to the software and we're looking at some things that would make it more efficient for us to use. In the % Attenuation calculator it doesn't allow for using Plato. That is the unit of measure we work with across the board. We're allowed to use it elsewhere in the application, but not here. Can we get that feature added in the near future? Thanks!
Right-click on the gravity field and choose the appropriate conversion. Your settings will be saved.
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Re: ABV using Plato

Post by hmbbrew » Thu Jan 30, 2014 3:00 pm

Just tried it. Thanks for the quick reply!

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Re: ABV using Plato

Post by slothrob » Thu Jan 30, 2014 8:40 pm

jeff wrote:
hmbbrew wrote:New to the software and we're looking at some things that would make it more efficient for us to use. In the % Attenuation calculator it doesn't allow for using Plato. That is the unit of measure we work with across the board. We're allowed to use it elsewhere in the application, but not here. Can we get that feature added in the near future? Thanks!
Right-click on the gravity field and choose the appropriate conversion. Your settings will be saved.
I hadn't noticed that feature. Nice touch.
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Re: ABV using Plato

Post by bpylant » Sun Feb 02, 2014 9:21 pm

Or, just type in ##P -- when BTP sees the P it will assume you want Plato.
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