New functionality

  • Added StScheduler.exe to installation folder to automatically send emails and accrue time off
  • Web Edition: Select and delete multiple records


  • Time Log import: Automatically create project tasks referenced by name in import file
  • “TIMELOG-value-hours” scan now has better “Notes” from project and task names
  • Web Edition: Report objects are clipped so they don’t bleed into other nearby objects

Bug fixes

  • Fixed Time Log import: project task names were not being imported
  • WIP: Fixed “Actual work” column when “Project task” is selected for “Job type”


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Enjoy the lighter side of project management!

Patient: I think you are next. That door right there.

Project Manager: Just a little headache is all my project is on life support.

Doctor: I’m not a therapist but I could take out your spleen.

Project Manager: No, it’s my project. I never assigned tasks to employees they just work on whatever they think is fun. They blew past the budget in the first month and I have another year to go. That’s giving me a splitting headache.

Doctor: I understand. Let’s have a look at that spinal cord, I can have it out in an hour.

Project Manager: This is just my yearly checkup and it’s just a headache.

Doctor: Yes, but I like to go the extra mile. Plus I had nothing else planned today.

Project Manager: I feel fine except my project is giving me fits. Employees are camping out on the fun tasks and ditching the crap. I need a good project tracker.

Doctor: Still, could be your spinal cord. Let’s get that puppy out.

Project Manager: I think we’re done here.

Receptionist: Looks like your doctor has a big day planned.

Project Manager: Let’s skip that I have to get back to the zoo. Get it? I manage the company projects.

Receptionist: Using Standard Time®?

Project Manager: Never heard of it.

Receptionist: Then you’re sunk.

Project Manager: What would you know?

Receptionist: Evidentially more than you.

Project Manager: All right genius. What is Standard Time?

Receptionist: Only a project tracking savior.

Project Manager: Will it save my skin?

Receptionist: Go out to

Project Manager: What is that? A disease site?

Receptionist: Standard Time dope. I used to be a project manager before I wised up and got this gig.

Project Manager: Whatever.

Receptionist: All right. You’re all scheduled for surgery. The doctor will see you again now.

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  • BC Stand-alone app: Pop up message when an unrecognized scan occurs
  • Windows Edition: Improved icon appearance in filter tree (at left side of main window)
  • Only show projects that are available to the logged-in user in filter tree (left side of window)
  • Web Edition: Hide more ribbon icons for non-admins
  • Enforce more User Rights to prevent unauthorized creation of records like projects and tasks
  • Renamed some User Rights for clarity
  • Added ACTIVATEJOB and DEACTIVATEJOB scans to set the “Active” property for a project
  • Added “Start Timer” column to Project Tasks page to start a timer with one click
  • Added “Today”, “This week”, “Last week” columns to Users page for dashboard of logged hours

Bug fixes

  • Entering hours into a timesheet filtered by another user now creates time logs for that user
  • Fixed time log rounding update exception error, specifically when moving calendar items
  • Windows Edition: Fixed time log calendar exception related to image names

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