Settings Sample Clauses

Settings. Review the items on the Settings menu for both Game Reports and Season Re- ports; you may need to tailor these settings for your venue. These software settings are saved separately for each games directory.
Settings. Select Settings on the menu bar to tailor/customize options for conference or team re- ports. Conference setup: Lets you configure the report heading for conference reports, iden- tify the divisions in the conference (for standings), and other miscellaneous options. Conference teams: Lets you identify which teams are in your conference, and which teams are in each division (if you have configured divisions in Conference setup). Report options: Customize various features for Team reports. Report title: Specify the report heading and "as of" date to use in your reports. Note: the "as of" date defaults to the system date if you leave it blank. Defensive stats: Settings include: --Half tackle assists: Select this option to count assisted tackles as ½ tackle.
Settings. Provide default writing mode, output mode, handwriting color, handwriting line size, writing speed and recognition language settings.
Settings. Click [Tools] button and select [Settings] from the drop-down menu to set up the general, recognition, online translation and interface language settings.
Settings. Files The Files page is where you select the feature file and Waypoint file that you want to use, as well as designating a backup folder and data folder. Feature file This field displays the currently selected feature file. In the illustrations that follow, no feature file was selected. Waypoint File This field displays the currently selected waypoint file. The Waypoint file is a list of known points to which you would like to navigate in the field. Use the appropriate Browse button to select a different file or the appropriate Clear button so no file is selected. Note: When a waypoint file is loaded from this screen, it is loaded as a UDF layer. A waypoint file can also be loaded as a basemap layer by using the View > Map Layers > Add New Layer and select Waypoint (*.way) as the file type (discussed later in this manual). Data folder This field displays the folder where data files are stored. The stored files include feature files, waypoint files, zone files and basemap configuration files. Tap the Select button to select from the available folders. The amount of free space in the selected folder is displayed for your reference. Settings: Receiver The Receiver page contains the settings that allow communication between the GNSS receiver and the data collector (if they are separate devices). You can also configure SOLO Forest to operate in a GPS emulation mode from this page. GNSS Type: Select the GNSS type from the dropdown list. Options are: Trimble GNSS or NMEA-0183. When selecting Trimble GNSS the Configure GNSS and Configure GNSS Antenna buttons become active. By default "Smart" control over GNSS settings are used and applied. Click on these buttons to change settings for the GNSS device (e.g. COM port, Real-time, Antenna settings, etc.). The default settings displayed are based on the connected or integrated Trimble GNSS hardware. COM ports and baud rates are automatically selected. Use the NMEA-0183 option to connect to a GNSS receiver which can output positions in NMEA-0183 format. COM port, antenna height and baud rate must be specified for this option. SOLO Forest will allow you to store raw GPS data for post- processing when working with certain GPS receivers. Log Raw GNSS Data for Post-Processing Check this box (only available with Trimble GNSS receivers) if you wish to log raw data and create an SSF file to be post-processed in Trimble Pathfinder Office software. SSF files are created based in the same location as the UDF files. The file namin...
Settings. ICC may be provided to children living and receiving services in the community, including xxxxxx care placements, as well as to children who are currently in a hospital, group home, or other congregate or institutional placement as part of discharge planning.
Settings. All-time records vs. opponents: Generates a report of your team’s all-time records against all of the opponents in your database. Various settings are provided to let you tailor the appearance and contents of the ca- reer/historical reports. Records report settings Select Settings | Records report settings to tailor the appearance and content of season and career historical statistics reports. Report title: Specify the report heading to use in career/historical reports. #entries for Career records: Specify the number of entries for each category in the Indi- vidual career records report. #entries for Season records: Specify the number of entries for each category in both the Individual and Team season records reports. #entries for Match Records: Specify the number of entries for each category in both the Individual and Team single-match records reports. #entries for Career stats leaders: Specify the number of entries for each category in the Individual career leaders report. #entries for Indiv season stats leaders: Specify the number of entries for each category in the Individual season leaders reports. #entries for Team season stats leaders: Specify the number of entries for each category in the Team season leaders reports. Show rankings in career summaries: Enter a value here to indicate whether to display a list showing where a player ranks within all-time and single-season leader categories. The number indicates how "deep" you want to go into your historical database. For ex- ample, "50" indicates show categories where the player is ranked 50th or better. Enter zero "0" here if you do not want this list to appear. Opponent name (for vs opponent breakdowns): This field lets you specify the team name spelling if you have selected a specific vs team section of the career database. Show game highs in individual career summaries: adds this category to this report. Tab stops in reports: Turn "tab stops" on or off for report generation. Tab stops can be useful when importing a report into a word processor for further processing.
Settings. Direct Services may be provided in any setting where the child is naturally located, including the home (biological, xxxxxx, relative, or adoptive), schools, recreational settings, child care centers, and other community settings.