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behaviour [2015/09/16 17:20]
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behaviour [2015/09/17 11:11]
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 ===== Fixing issues ===== ===== Fixing issues =====
-Marking the reported issues as fixed happens in the same place is reporting new issues. Above New issues there is heading called ​open issues and it will give a list of all open issues for that session. Beside the issue there is a drop down where you can choose if the issue still exists, it was improved or it was fixed.+Marking the reported issues as fixed happens in the same place as reporting new issues. In other words you mark open issues as solved or improved while entering a new run. Above //New issues// there is heading called ​//​Open ​issues// and it will give a list of all open issues for that session. Beside the issue there is a drop down where you can choose if the issue still exists, it was improved or it was fixed.
  
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 ===== Editing ===== ===== Editing =====
 +It's always possible to make a mistake or forget to report something. Therefore it's possible to edit the behaviour issues. If you need to delete an issue or add new issue, then just edit the run where you want to remove or add issues. Add new issues as you would do on entering a new run. Deleting happens under //Issues created in run// section and selecting Yes option in the drop down.
  
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-===== Analyzing data ===== 
  
 +<WRAP center round important 60%>
 +Currently it's not possible edit the info where issue was improved or fixed. Currently you need to delete issue and report it again. This will be fixed in the near future.
 +</​WRAP>​
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 +===== Analyzing data =====
 +For analyzing there is two options. First one is **Car behaviour** page and second one is **Session analyze** page.