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The user entered measures screen doesn't seem to have any navigation button on it to indicate what you're supposed to do. Obviously it looks like the data saves as soon as you tab off of the value -- but it's somewhat not-obvious that you simply close the screen to quit. Most of the other PMF screens have back buttons and what-not -- just a friendly suggestion to maybe make this screen a little more user-friendly?

Also, on the admin screen, it's even less obvious because you're inside of a frame within the administration tab. Obviously you don't want to close the window there -- you just have to hit another panel button...


Production: 7.6.6 WF Server  <=>  7.6.6 WF Client  <=>  7.6.6 Dev Studio
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Using MRE & BID.  Connected to MS SQL Server 2005
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Trav, thanks for the feedback. We'll have a look at it.

Bob Jude Ferrante
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WebFOCUS Performance Management

I'll take any questions about PMF - business or technical - anytime!

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