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#release notes

The following things changed:
version 3.7.3 (30/5/2020)
• Dashboard: Added some configuration parameters for the gauges
• Thrifty system: fine tuned the top10 thrifty system
• Thrifty system: DayRecords dirty-bit system is now working so under the thrifty system, if – and only if – yesterday had a record, the file is written and uploaded.
• Modified manual (I would appreciate feedback if erroneous or incomplete).
I have tried to keep up with the updates which are quite easy to do. And do read the release notes in the ReadMe and the text on new addition to help me look on my site for those changes. But embarrassing to admit I don't re-read the other sections unless I need to better understand significant changes. The index is well defined and text well written, just a lot of it :)

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Paul

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Re: Documentation

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PaulMy wrote:
Sat 30 May 2020 2:43 pm
The index is well defined and text well written...
Thanks Paul, that's a compliment to a non-native English speaker/writer ;)
but no doubt room for improvement.

Having said that, I understand Paul, you're probably not the only one who thinks it is a lot. Myself included :lol:
I was surprised to discover that I had produced more than 50 pages (of which 16 pages release notes). However it also triggered me to start checking it.

Anyway, it was not a call for a full check by all, but if you do read or check something, just because it comes along on your path of what you're doing, it would be nice if you find something, to pass it on to me. As I said: always room for improvement. So don't feel obliged to read it all, but if by accident, comment is welcome :)
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