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Thu 2 Jul 2009, 10:46 PMTweet
by Ben Langhinrichs
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What has been said:
825.1. Richard Shergold (07/03/2009 08:28 AM)
Hi Ben. That's very impressive! Richard
825.2. Rodney Scott (07/07/2009 03:59 AM)
Bear with me, as I'm probably confused, but a friend of mine recently complained that she had to find a help desk system to replace the Quickr because she could not, within that system, create bar charts of tasks completed. Do you offer a product I should be suggesting?
825.3. Ben Langhinrichs (07/07/2009 04:46 AM)
@Rodney - A fair question, and the answer is, sadly, "No!" It is a bit like if your friend needed a house, and I could offer a wonderful box of tools, but nothing else. Certainly, somebody could use Midas to build bar charts, but only with a fair amount of work, and it likely wouldn't be the best way to build them. It would probably be more efficient to build something using Symphony or OpenOffice or Excel or something. Remember, I wrote this sample to show the versatility of Midas in rich text five or six years ago, but while it is versatile, it is not the answer to all problems, and it certainly doesn't sound like the answer to your friend's problem Sorry!