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BeerSmith Software => BeerSmith 3 Support => Topic started by: BeerSmith on June 09, 2020, 02:28:49 PM

Title: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: BeerSmith on June 09, 2020, 02:28:49 PM
Hi,
  The BeerSmith 3.1 build has been in beta testing for over a month now and I'm launching it as an "Open beta" today for anyone to download and use.
NOTE: While the beta has been stable, there still could be bugs so use at your own risk.

Update 19 June - Posted a new version 3.1.5 below

  Backup: I do recommend making a backup copy of your Documents/BeerSmith3 directory before proceeding to make sure your data is secure.

  BeerSmith 3.1 adds a number of new features including a significantly enhanced storage system, tilt data import a number of
new brewing features and a significant number of bug fixes.

  Links for information on the new version - I recommend you browse this before downloading:
   New features in BeerSmith 3.1: http://beersmith.com/beersmith-3-1-new-features/
   Release notes: http://beersmith.com/beersmith-3-1-release-notes/

  Download Links for PC and Mac - Linux is still in testing:
    https://beersmith3-1.s3.amazonaws.com/BeerSmith3_1_5.exe - For windows 7,8,10
    https://beersmith3-1.s3.amazonaws.com/BeerSmith3_1_6.dmg - For Mac OSX

  Portuguese Language File for BeerSmith 3.1 - Go to Options->Brewing and click on the button near the bottom of that dialog to install this file after downloading
   https://beersmith3-1.s3.amazonaws.com/Portuguese3_1_3.xml

  If you find significant issues it would probably be best to mail me at beersmith at beersmith.com to report them.  Please include steps to reproduce the problem.

Cheers,
Brad Smith
BeerSmith LLC
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: bougie1st on June 10, 2020, 11:17:45 PM
Hey Brad

I was wondering if you had made an adjustment in this version so that we can record the actual grain absorption in a recipe?  Also that each recipe can have it's own grain absorption rate/amount that can be kept separate from the overall absorption adjustment in the settings (so that you don't ruin your old records when updating the value for various equipment, etc)?

I know this has come up a few times, and I have commented previously when you have asked your long standing customers for input

Thanks again and keep up the great work!
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: BeerSmith on June 10, 2020, 11:29:11 PM
Hi,
  I have not set up a per-recipe grain absorption at this time - it is still global under Options->Advanced.

Brad
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: Oginme on June 11, 2020, 02:29:38 AM
Hi,
  I have not set up a per-recipe grain absorption at this time - it is still global under Options->Advanced.

Brad

At the very least, if the grain absorption could be moved to the equipment profile then it could be easily accessed within a recipe to be changed.  More importantly, the grain absorption could be  tuned based upon each process a brewer uses.  Since the absorption is a function of equipment and process and all other process specific variables are captured in  the equipment profile.
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: Toy4Rick on June 11, 2020, 08:43:07 AM
Hi Brad, thanks for the update

The install on Windows 10 went w/o a hitch...

Regarding inventory, any chance to get some additional, very valuable fields added such as Date, Vendor, the ability to edit the AA% and I'm sure there are other fields such as have been mentioned on the forum several times.

Inventory is about... well managing your inventory and it involves more than Qty and Price

Thanks, Rick
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: BOB357 on June 11, 2020, 05:50:04 PM
I keep track of my hops by putting the crop year in the hop name box. Example: Chinook, 2018 or Cascade, 2019.  Just go to ingredients/hops, copy and paste the entry for the hop, enter or change the crop year AA% and price/unit as needed, and you're done. If you bought from a different vendor, change the source to that vendor. When you deplete your supply of a listed hop, simply delete it. It's a lot easier than making new entries every time you buy hops, and does everything you are asking for with the same amount of effort.

If you don't know the crop year of the hops you're buying, which you definitely should, just substitute the month/year when you purchased them.

The same basic method works for grain and yeasts.
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: Toy4Rick on June 11, 2020, 08:20:35 PM
Yes Bob, using the title to document everything about a Hop is one approach, IMO not the right one.  This has been asked for several times...

I can't believe that it's that hard to add these fields...

Now, AA% can't be changed in the inventory, at least I can't find it.  I can only update the title, qty and price

Rick
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: BOB357 on June 12, 2020, 10:45:18 AM
All of the data, including the name, origin (I use this to enter the vendor), inventory level, cost/unit, type (bittering/aroma/both), form (pellet/plug/leaf/CO2 extract/isomerized extract), Alpha and Beta percent, and hop storage index, can be changed by editing the values in the corresponding boxes. There's also a box where you can enter a description.

 In order to do this, click on ingredients in the top menu bar and select hops. This will bring up a list of all of the hops entries. Double click on the hop you wish to edit.
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: Toy4Rick on June 12, 2020, 03:00:56 PM
Hey Bob

I think we are talking about 2 different things.  I'm talking about Inventory, seems like you are referring to Ingredients... Agree with ingredients you can do a lot more... Inventory... not so much

Rick
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: BOB357 on June 12, 2020, 03:22:27 PM
Whatever you have in ingredients will show up under inventory, Inventory is just a quick check of what you have on hand. I think you're confusing the functions.
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: mrhyde on June 13, 2020, 02:13:34 AM
Hi,

The bug when exporting to beerxml with respect to the color seems to be still existing in the beta

http://www.beersmith.com/forum/index.php/topic,21018.msg75174.html#msg75174

When EBC is selected, the color tag is still exported as EBC. However, beerxml standard requires SRM:

COLOR | Required:YES | Format: Floating Point | Desc ription: The color of the item in Lovibond Units (SRM for liquid extracts).

Would be great, if this could be changed for 3.1

Regards,
Alex
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: bougie1st on June 13, 2020, 06:51:20 PM

At the very least, if the grain absorption could be moved to the equipment profile then it could be easily accessed within a recipe to be changed.  More importantly, the grain absorption could be  tuned based upon each process a brewer uses.  Since the absorption is a function of equipment and process and all other process specific variables are captured in  the equipment profile.


This ^^
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: mrhyde on June 15, 2020, 12:26:02 AM
Bug in export/import fermentation data as beersmith CSV?!

I am on a german system with ',' as decimal separator. CSV export function uses ',' as decimal separator which will be interpreted as column separator during import.

It seems to be that the decimal separator has to be set as '.' per default during export.

I am running an iSpindle and have written some scripts to store the data in a local sql database. I have added an export as csv and I will add the functionality to export it in a beersmih csv format.

Will add a comment here once it is working.

EDIT:
iSpindle data import is working with my local test system. I am using the beersmith.csv format for export from my system.

So far only Plato is working as unit.

Attachment shows an imported dataset. I will post a link to my repo, once I uloaded the version to GIThub
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: BeerSmith on June 15, 2020, 09:48:57 AM
Hi,
  So far I've corrected the color export in BeerXML and the comma issues exporting and importing CSV when using the comma format numbers.  I'm working on fixing some refresh issues with tabs on large format screens as well and hope to have these in the next build (3.1.4).  Have not yet worked the inventory issue or grain absorption.

Brad
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: mrhyde on June 15, 2020, 11:40:44 AM
Hi,
  So far I've corrected the color export in BeerXML and the comma issues exporting and importing CSV when using the comma format numbers.  I'm working on fixing some refresh issues with tabs on large format screens as well and hope to have these in the next build (3.1.4).  Have not yet worked the inventory issue or grain absorption.

Brad

Great,

I also updated the iSpindle TCP server repo to allow the export of fermentation data in beersmith csv format. This can be imported with the Import CSV option

The latest version of the server can be found here:
https://github.com/avollkopf/iSpindel-TCP-Server/tree/Test

Export from the iSpindel server can be selected as standard csv with all data (e.g. for Excel) or beersmith csv (see picture)

I will work on the new english text and update the lang.xml file ASAP.

Regards,
Alex
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: BeerSmith on June 16, 2020, 11:52:23 AM
Update - I posted a new build 3.1.4 today with several fixes.

Changes:
   - Corrected some issues with high res screens not displaying tabs and titles properly
   - Added several strings to the Res.xml file to support translation of mash timer steps - previously these were hardcoded
   - Fixed an issue with exporting CSV files when numeric format was set to use commas as decimal delimiter
   - Fixed a problem with BeerXML export of Color in SRM when default units set to EBC in program

Brad
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: beerprof on June 19, 2020, 10:15:01 AM
Hey Brad,

So far so good with one exception... cursor position doesn't seem to show in any editable fields. Also, if tabbing to the next field, it would be good to highlight the field so that my typing replaces what's there.

Using Beta 3.1.4 on Mac OSX Catalina 10.15.5
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: BeerSmith on June 19, 2020, 10:27:44 AM
That is odd - I just tried it here on my Catalina machine and it does properly show the cursor in all text fields. 
I'm also running 10.15.5 on my OSX and just updated it yesterday.

Brad
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: BeerSmith on June 19, 2020, 12:07:17 PM
Posted a very minor update 3.1.5 today which had one final fix for BeerXML grain color export if your native units are EBC.

Brad
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: beerprof on June 19, 2020, 12:40:52 PM
That is odd - I just tried it here on my Catalina machine and it does properly show the cursor in all text fields. 
I'm also running 10.15.5 on my OSX and just updated it yesterday.

Brad
Very odd. I've just updated to 3.1.5 hoping maybe it would be fixed. No dice. Is there any other info I can give you to help pin this down?
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: GigaFemto on June 19, 2020, 03:42:38 PM
I am using 3.1.04 and can't find how to set the default recipe. I have searched the ribbon and menus over and over and can't find it. Where is it?
--GF
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: Oginme on June 19, 2020, 05:05:53 PM
I see it on the toolbar ribbon.  Highlighted in screen shot.  The icon is the same when you have small icons for the toolbar.
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: beerprof on June 22, 2020, 06:41:04 AM
That is odd - I just tried it here on my Catalina machine and it does properly show the cursor in all text fields. 
I'm also running 10.15.5 on my OSX and just updated it yesterday.

Brad
Brad, I've discovered the culprit.

DARK MODE

I generally am in dark mode all the time (what can I say? I like it)... wondered just now if maybe that was causing me grief... as soon as I switched back to light mode, the cursor became visible.

Hope that helps,
Jeff
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: BeerSmith on June 22, 2020, 06:46:58 AM
Jeff,
  Yes I was thinking about this over the weekend and realized that is probably the problem.  BeerSmith forces the background light to match the color scheme on many controls and that creates issues in dark mode.  I worked this for several days about a month back and had only limited success with dark mode due to limits in the cross platform tools I'm using.

  Unfortunately I don't have a solution at the moment for a perfect dark mode implementation, as it conflicts with the custom styles available in BeerSmith - however I'll continue to work this for a future release.

Brad
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: beerprof on June 22, 2020, 07:19:43 AM
Brad,

No worries. I'm just glad I proved to myself I wasn't crazy! (well, at least in this instance). And it's not a deal-breaker. Great program, thanks for the work.

Jeff
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: beerprof on June 22, 2020, 09:03:05 AM
Brad,

No worries. I'm just glad I proved to myself I wasn't crazy! (well, at least in this instance). And it's not a deal-breaker. Great program, thanks for the work.

Jeff

I should also mention that if I have a recipe open in a "new window" when I move through the tabs, for example from Design to Notes, the window size changes. While not terrible, it is a little cumbersome.
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: beerprof on June 22, 2020, 11:50:26 AM
Brad,

Along with the tabs resizing the horizontal window size... I've noticed that if I set the overall window height, that setting does not hold. The only way I can reset is if I go to full screen then back. I've attached a pic below. Note this ONLY occurs if I've opened the recipe in a "New Window".

Jeff

Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: BeerSmith on June 22, 2020, 12:05:34 PM
Thanks - I can see that the separate recipe window issue is also a problem on the Windows version, so yes it is an issue, and I'll put it on the bug list.  However when I open the old 3.0.8 version it also has similar issues with recipes in a separate window, so apparently the bug has been around for a while but no one caught it.  The old version was actually a bit more inconsistent with its resizing.

So I will work to fix this for the next update, but I'm probably not going to hold up the 3.1 release at this point since the problem has existed for some time with no one else reporting it.  I do appreciate you finding these issues though Jeff - keep them coming!

  I did just start launching 3.1 on the download page as I think it is a significant improvement overall over 3.0 and so far we've had no killer issues arise from the beta testers who have been using it for months.

Brad
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: agoldberg308 on June 26, 2020, 07:43:28 PM
Is the issue with the previous release (last of 3.0) for printing under Windows 10 fixed with this release? If not, when will it actually be addressed since it's a rather significant usability flaw. If you cannot print out your recipe [properly] from within the app, it's an issue. I can't be the only one that prints out the recipe for use on brew day so that my [not cheap] electronics don't go anywhere near the wort. Or grain dust. Or large volumes of water either for brewing or running through the chiller.
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: Oginme on June 27, 2020, 06:15:30 AM
Is the issue with the previous release (last of 3.0) for printing under Windows 10 fixed with this release? If not, when will it actually be addressed since it's a rather significant usability flaw. If you cannot print out your recipe [properly] from within the app, it's an issue. I can't be the only one that prints out the recipe for use on brew day so that my [not cheap] electronics don't go anywhere near the wort. Or grain dust. Or large volumes of water either for brewing or running through the chiller.

Which report are you printing out?  I use the recipe report and print it out without any issues.  It worked under the 3.0 releases and now it still works fine under the 3.1 releases.  I just tried printing to pdf to test this out as well and it looks fine as well.  Sample pdf attached.
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: BeerSmith on June 27, 2020, 12:15:38 PM
Hi,
  If you have print issues, please try going to Options->Reports and check the box to print to browser.  This will send printouts to your browser which gives you much more control over how the reports are printed.

Brad
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: BOB357 on June 28, 2020, 08:18:23 AM
I have no problem printing recipes from either the Design tab or the report. Also running Windows 10 and have never had a problem printing anything in BeersSmith.
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: BeerSmith on June 28, 2020, 02:25:02 PM
I posted a minor 3.1.6 update for Mac only to fix an issue where "Copy To" and "Move To" commands were not updating the destination recipe folder view properly if that view was not visible.

Brad
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: bbbullock on July 11, 2020, 08:14:49 AM
I'm unable to print when I select "send printouts to default browser/text viewer".  The error message I get is in the attached image.


(https://i.postimg.cc/3dYmT9j7/Screenshot-2020-07-11-09-01-42.png) (https://postimg.cc/3dYmT9j7)


"Safari can't open the page "...long string w/ localhost address..." because Safari can't connect to the server "localhost".

What do I need to do to correct this issue?

Using Beersmith 3.1.06
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: steveoatley on July 12, 2020, 03:14:37 PM
http://www.beersmith.com/forum/index.php/topic,21517.0.html

new topic on the CAN't Print
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: BeerSmith on July 13, 2020, 10:48:24 AM
I think I have found the solution for the "print to browser" problems in 3.1.  I am working a fix for version 3.1.7 which I hope to have out soon.  I have a few other bugs I'm trying to consolidate as well.

Thanks,
Brad
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: GigaFemto on July 25, 2020, 08:14:15 PM
There is a problem with dry hopping from old recipes opened in 3.1. I have some that have dry hops listed for 5 days, which was all you could specify in older versions. When I open these recipes in 3.1 the dry hops are listed as "dry hop for 5 days, 3 days before bottling". Since the previous versions didn't specify when the dry hops were to be added, I don't know where the "3 days before bottling" came from, and I'm not sure what the default should be, but that isn't it!

--GF
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: BeerSmith on July 25, 2020, 08:19:31 PM
I had to pick some default, and days before bottling seemed reasonable.  Once you import into 3.1 you can change it to
any phase or time that you wish.

Brad
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: kplain on August 07, 2020, 07:15:38 AM
I'm looking forward to trying out 3.1.  Is there an updated release date for the Linux platform?
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: BeerSmith on August 07, 2020, 12:25:06 PM
Yes - the Linux update is in testing now and should be out shortly.

Brad
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: Brew Bama on August 07, 2020, 12:30:04 PM
Thanks for adding Tilt to the build!

Any thought to using ?grams? for dry yeast instead of ?package??  It might not be common across the hobby but I use Lallemand?s pitch rate calculator which rarely recommends the weight of one package.

Again, thx for the great product!
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: bbbullock on August 08, 2020, 03:04:01 PM
Still not able to print in 3.1.07 on Mac running MacOS 10.15.6.  See attached error message from browser (Safari).  What might I be doing wrong?
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: beerprof on August 09, 2020, 08:22:50 AM
First, are you sure you're using 3.1.07? I only ask because I'm running 3.1.07 on OSX 10.15.6, same as you and don't have a problem. I thought the "localhost" issue was resolved with this update as indicated by the fact that if I send output to the default browser, it says file:// not localhost. Granted my default browser is Firefox and not Safari, but I don't think that's a problem.

edit: just tried sending to Safari and it worked just fine.
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: bbbullock on August 09, 2020, 09:56:17 AM
First, are you sure you're using 3.1.07? I only ask because I'm running 3.1.07 on OSX 10.15.6, same as you and don't have a problem. I thought the "localhost" issue was resolved with this update as indicated by the fact that if I send output to the default browser, it says file:// not localhost. Granted my default browser is Firefox and not Safari, but I don't think that's a problem.

edit: just tried sending to Safari and it worked just fine.

Yes, confident.

(https://i.postimg.cc/9rschhrd/Screen-Shot-2020-08-09-at-10-54-09-AM.png) (https://postimg.cc/9rschhrd)
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: BeerSmith on August 10, 2020, 11:50:52 AM
For printing, some print drivers have issues.  Try going to Options->Reports and check the Print to Browser box which will send printouts to the browser where you have more control over scaling, margins and printing.

Brad
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: bbbullock on August 10, 2020, 02:54:08 PM
For printing, some print drivers have issues.  Try going to Options->Reports and check the Print to Browser box which will send printouts to the browser where you have more control over scaling, margins and printing.

Brad

The Print to Browser option is checked and results in the error.

(https://i.postimg.cc/gxwxxQRV/Screen-Shot-2020-08-10-at-3-47-05-PM.png) (https://postimg.cc/gxwxxQRV)


(https://i.postimg.cc/rzQsQMNG/Screen-Shot-2020-08-08-at-4-01-40-PM.png) (https://postimg.cc/rzQsQMNG)


(https://i.postimg.cc/SjNNXHbn/Screen-Shot-2020-08-09-at-10-54-09-AM.png) (https://postimg.cc/SjNNXHbn)
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: bbbullock on August 12, 2020, 04:31:33 PM
Just discovered that the "Brew Steps" will print to the browser ok.  The "Shopping List" produces the error as reported in Safari below.



For printing, some print drivers have issues.  Try going to Options->Reports and check the Print to Browser box which will send printouts to the browser where you have more control over scaling, margins and printing.

Brad

The Print to Browser option is checked and results in the error.

(https://i.postimg.cc/gxwxxQRV/Screen-Shot-2020-08-10-at-3-47-05-PM.png) (https://postimg.cc/gxwxxQRV)


(https://i.postimg.cc/rzQsQMNG/Screen-Shot-2020-08-08-at-4-01-40-PM.png) (https://postimg.cc/rzQsQMNG)


(https://i.postimg.cc/SjNNXHbn/Screen-Shot-2020-08-09-at-10-54-09-AM.png) (https://postimg.cc/SjNNXHbn)

Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: BeerSmith on August 12, 2020, 06:20:08 PM
Thanks - I will take a close look at the shopping list code as it has a different path.  I'm finishing up a minor update in the next few days and hopefully I can find root cause.

Brad
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: BeerSmith on August 14, 2020, 06:49:29 PM
I put together a 3.1.8 fix for the print to browser shopping list issue.  Its in this version which is in beta but will likely be released soon:
   https://beersmith3-1.s3.amazonaws.com/BeerSmith3_1_8.exe  -- Windows
   https://beersmith3-1.s3.amazonaws.com/BeerSmith3_1_8.dmg  -- Mac

Brad
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: bbbullock on August 17, 2020, 02:37:25 PM
Thanks!  I downloaded/installed the 3.1.08 beta and the shopping list print now works.
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: brewfun on August 20, 2020, 07:57:58 AM
Bug report:
When using the substitute button for misc items in the design tab, the fermentables list opens instead of the misc list. Water, fermentables and hops all seem to open the correct lists.
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: Oginme on August 20, 2020, 09:46:16 AM
Bug report:
When using the substitute button for misc items in the design tab, the fermentables list opens instead of the misc list. Water, fermentables and hops all seem to open the correct lists.

Interesting.  When I just tried it, the pop-up box for selection was labeled "add fermentables", but the ingredients listed were all from the "Misc" listing.
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: BeerSmith on August 20, 2020, 11:42:11 AM
Thanks,
  I tried it here but for me the Misc box showed up.  Are you sure you only have one item (not multiple) selected when doing the substitute?

Brad
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: bougie1st on August 20, 2020, 04:12:14 PM
I saw the same as Oginme - single item selected. Lists misc items, but the heading says 'add fermentables'
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: BeerSmith on August 20, 2020, 04:24:41 PM
Got it- I thought it was the listing that was wrong but it looks like just the title is wrong.

Brad
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: TestTickle on September 04, 2020, 10:07:23 AM
I posted this on another thread but haven't heard anyone having the issue. After upgrading to 3.1 on Windows 10, when I copy a recipe to the cloud, I am seeing a duplicate. The first time it happened, I thought it was an accident on my part, so I deleted one copy. When I went back, the recipe (along with the duplicate) were both gone. It was then that I realized that it was not actually a duplicate, it was just SHOWING a duplicate. Refreshing didn't fix it. When I close and re-open the program completely, the duplicate disappears leaving only one the one copy. I am now running 3.1.08 and the problem still exists, and it happens every time I copy a recipe to the cloud.

Anyone else experience this behavior?
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: BeerSmith on September 04, 2020, 12:19:21 PM
I tried a few tests here but I'm not seeing that happen.  How are you copying to the cloud?  Is it using the Copy to Folder button or using a copy/paste operation?

Brad
Title: Re: BeerSmith 3.1 Open Beta Download Available
Post by: gizzygizmo on April 22, 2021, 06:25:37 PM
Any thoughts to fixing the shrinkage/SG calculations?