Custom Fact #new


Edward Sneithe
 

Lorna

Thank you. I have tried both and it seems that the unfiltered one is just as useful to me as the filtered one.

I also can look at the number of instances of each to see if I want to convert the little used facts into something es.

On Saturday, October 1, 2022 at 04:04:00 PM EDT, Lorna Craig via groups.io <l.m.craig@...> wrote:


PS:  There is also a custom query called 'All Facts Filter by Label'
which can be downloaded from FHUG here:

https://fhug.org.uk/kb/download/all-facts-filter-by-label/#.

It prompts for the name of a particular fact and lists just the
instances where that fact is used.








Lorna Craig
 

PS:  There is also a custom query called 'All Facts Filter by Label' which can be downloaded from FHUG here:

https://fhug.org.uk/kb/download/all-facts-filter-by-label/#.

It prompts for the name of a particular fact and lists just the instances where that fact is used.


Lorna Craig
 

Yes, use the standard query called 'All Facts'.  In the Results set click on the heading of the Fact Type column to sort the facts in alphabetical order, grouping all the instances of each fact together.  You can then scroll down the list to find each fact you are interested in.

On 01/10/2022 20:46, Edward Sneithe via groups.io wrote:
I am cleaning up my data and I have used custom facts to make the output of FH look better to me.

Is there a way for me to see who is using which facts without a manual search of everyone in the project?


Edward Sneithe
 

I am cleaning up my data and I have used custom facts to make the output of FH look better to me.

Is there a way for me to see who is using which facts without a manual search of everyone in the project?