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Calibration Report Measure stopped working

My calibration report only shows the actual and not the model electric. This feature was working just fine so I know it should still be working. Is there an edit to the OSM than can take me back to where can reload these. How do I remove the built in measure so that it can be reloaded. Is it possible that running PAT affected the script? Is there a file I can delete and reload or is an edit to the OSM needed. Sorry but I think there should be clearer controls that allow for this type of debug. It is a shame that one feels they need to become a programmer to successfully generate reports. Thank you, Matt

Calibration Report Measure stopped working

My calibration report only shows the actual and not the model electric. This feature was working just fine so I know it should still be working. Is there an edit to the OSM than can take me back to where can reload these. How do I remove the built in measure so that it can be reloaded. Is it possible that running PAT affected the script? Is there a file I can delete and reload or is an edit to the OSM needed. Sorry but I think there should be clearer controls that allow for this type of debug. It is a shame that one feels they need to become a programmer to successfully generate reports. Thank you, Matt

Calibration Report Measure stopped working

My calibration report only shows the actual and not the model electric. This feature was working just fine so I know it should still be working. Is there an edit to the OSM than can take me back to where can reload these. How do I remove the built in measure so that it can be reloaded. Is it possible that running PAT affected the script? Is there a file I can delete and reload or is an edit to the OSM needed. Sorry but I think there should be clearer controls that allow for this type of debug. It is a shame that one feels they need to become a programmer to successfully generate reports. Thank you, Matt

Calibration Report Measure stopped working

My calibration report only shows the actual and not the model electric. This feature was working just fine so I know it should still be working. Is there an edit to the OSM than can take me back to where can reload these. How do I remove the built in measure so that it can be reloaded. Is it possible that running PAT affected the script? Is there a file I can delete and reload or is an edit to the OSM needed. Sorry but I think there should be clearer controls that allow for this type of debug. It is a shame that one feels they need to become a programmer to successfully generate reports. Thank you, Matt

Calibration Report Measure stopped working

My calibration report only shows the actual and not the model electric. This feature was working just fine so I know it should still be working. Is there an edit to the OSM than can take me back to where can reload these. How do I remove the built in measure so that it can be reloaded. Is it possible that running PAT affected the script? Is there a file I can delete and reload or is an edit to the OSM needed. Sorry but I think there should be clearer controls that allow for this type of debug. It is a shame that one feels they need to become a programmer to successfully generate reports. Thank you, Matt

Calibration Report Measure stopped working

My calibration report only shows the actual and not the model electric. This feature was working just fine so I know it should still be working. Is there an edit to the OSM than can take me back to where can reload these. How do I remove the built in measure so that it can be reloaded. Is it possible that running PAT affected the script? Is there a file I can delete and reload or is an edit to the OSM needed. Sorry but I think there should be clearer controls that allow for this type of debug. It is a shame that one feels they need to become a programmer to successfully generate reports. Thank you, Matt