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Published:Jun 20, 2018

Check out Timetracker 4.11’s Latest Improvements and Fixes

Improvements in Timetracker 4.11.0 include the addition of a detailed, more user-friendly error message on the Times Explorer page if a GetAllData request fails.

Previously, requests for work item details from users who don’t have access to all projects was returning empty results. Now, a condition to filter based on projects with access for the user when the query is not working, has been added.

Some fixes from our latest release include the issue that occurred when changing the Windows Client host time to specific timezone. If the user then navigated to the “Monthly” page, the calendar was still highlighting the server time as today’s date instead of that of the client. With Timetracker 4.11, the date is now being highlighted on the calendar correctly.

We fixed the issue where the Windows Client icon kept blinking repeatedly when a user’s screen was locked. Additionally, when you restart your computer from sleep mode, the connection is now no longer broken with the Windows Client.

When adding a time record on the “Add/Edit Time Record” dialog box, if a user tried to change the date from today to any date in the past, an “invalid date” error was displaying for the date format HH:MM.

For the full list of improvements, fixes, and details in this and all other releases, please check out our release articles here: https://support.7pace.com/hc/en-us/sections/115000080746-Release-History

You can download the latest release of 7pace Timetracker for TFS here: https://www.7pace.com/download

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