Using undo command

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Using undo command

Post by PMBOK » Thu Jan 19, 2017 3:33 pm

I'm using undo command CTRL+Z. It seems to me it correctly undo previous changes in the project schedule, however there is a limited number of changes I can undo. How many changes I can undo?

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Re: Using undo command

Post by Intaver Support » Thu Jan 19, 2017 3:44 pm

Undo command (CTRL+Z shortcut) can help to undo some but all changes in the project schedule. Also you cannot undo changes in the risk register and list of mitigation plan. For example you cannot undo changes in task name or task duration, but you can undo deleting or inserting tasks. To use Undo command you can either use CTRL+Z or click on button on the left pan of Schedule menu.


RiskyProject does not have predefined number of changes, which you can undo. Everything depends on available RAM. RiskyProject dynamically allocates memory for undo buffer. Undo buffer can include 10 or more schedules. Essentially when you undo your schedule you revert to the previous schedule.
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