StarLogin 8

Organizer

The Organizer button in the main window opens the following one:











  • A: Management of contacts (clients, suppliers, friends, family, etc.).
  • B: Scheduler of appointments and alerts (or warnings).
  • C: Definition of astrological services.
  • D: Management of astrological consultations.
  • E: Option to never show any warning if there are appointments or alerts in the day (or the next one).
  • F: Option to display a warning when opening the software if there are scheduled appointments or alerts for the current day (or the next one).
  • G: Option to display a warning before each appointment and alert.
  • H: If G option is selected, this sets the warning time before each appointment and alert.

Contacts











  • A: button to add a contact.
  • B: button to delete a contact.
  • C: access to the window for editing contacts.
  • D: access to the window for processing or searching on contacts data.
  • E: button to access the list of viewable columns in the L grid.
  • F: list of information fields for contacts.
  • G: search criterion applied to the selected field F.
  • H: search button of contacts meeting the criteria defined by F and G. Example: if the selected information field in F is Name and if you enter the characters BRO in the G input box, one click on the H button will select in the L grid the first contact whose name contains the characters BRO (or bro) in sequence (like in Brown).
  • I: button to filter contacts according to the criteria defined by F and G. After clicking on this button, the grid now contains the contacts that meet the specified criteria. Another click on the button removes the criteria and displays the full grid.
  • J: List of groups and sub-groups of contacts. Right-click on a group brings up a context menu (K).
        Note that you can drag with the mouse a group or sub-group to another one to move it.
  • K: context menu to add, delete or modify any of the groups or sub-groups of contacts. Note that if you delete a specific group, it also deletes at same time all its subgroups and possibly contacts.
  • L: grid or table of data about contacts in the selected group (including contacts of its sub-groups).
  • M: area for a photo or an image about the selected contact in the L grid.
  • N: note or comment for the selected contact in the L grid.
  • O: information about the selected contact in the grid L.

Editing a contact

Click on one of the buttons A or C or double-click on the selected contact in the L grid to display the window for editing contacts:


When adding contacts, most of the boxes are empty and the window looks like the image above. When modifying data of a previously selected contact, the window is filled with information relating to this contact.

A
Button to add a contact.
B
Button to delete the current contact.
C
Validation of data changes on the current contact or of a new contact creation.
D
Cancel changes.
E
Fields of information to enter, mandatory or not. Name (or the Other names) must be provided in order to save the contact.
F
Area for photo or picture about the contact. Right-click on the area brings up a context menu to add an image.
G
Birth date of the contact. By default, the date is January 1, 1950.
H
Birth time of the contact. By default, the time is noon.
I
Age of contact (it is automatically calculated if the birth date is changed).
K
Contact group to which the current contact belongs.


Scheduler











  • A : access to the list of appointments for the considered day (or period):

    A
    Button to add an appointment.
    B
    Button to delete the appointment K selected in the grid L.
    C
    Button to edit the selected appointment.
    D
    Access to data processing for appointment.
    E
    Selecting displayable columns in the grid L.
    F
    List of information fields (or columns of the grid L) to search for specific appointments.
    G
    Search criteria for the selected field F.
    H
    Search button according to the criterion defined in F and G.
    I
    Filter appointments according to the criteria defined in F and G.
    J
    Name of the information fields displayed in the grid.
    K
    Selected appointment (here in blue).
    L
    Appointments for the period defined in M and N.
    M
    Lower bound of the relevant period for viewing appointment. By default at the opening of the window, the first date of the selected ones in the scheduler is shown here.
    N
    Upper limit of the period. By default, the last date of the selected ones in the scheduler is shown here.
    O
    Total number of appointments for the period.
    P
    Area for a photo or an image about the appointment.
    Q
    Detailed information about the selected appointment.

  • B: date in question.
  • C: button to decrease the display period of schedules (in G). By default, the schedule shows at opening the 12 months from the current one. If Month is selected in D, a click on the C button will display the 12 months from the one before the current month. Another click will display the period beginning to months before the current one. The decrease will be more important for each click if the period specified in D is greater (quarter, year, etc.)..
  • D: period by which may be advanced (E) or decreased (C) the displayed calendars in G.
  • E: button to increase the display period of schedules (in G). Same as C, but forward in time instead of backward.
  • F: button to return to the default display of calendars in G (so from the current month).
  • G: display area on one or more columns of 12 calendars considered for the period chosen by C, D and E (or for the default period). The area of calendars can be expanded to display more than one column.
  • H: in darker color, area for time out of working (see the definition of working days).
  • I: Context menu that appears by right click on H or J areas.
  • J: lighter area for time of working.
  • K: display scale of the agenda: for 10 minutes, 15 minutes, 30 minutes or an hour, or even a full month. Right-click on this area to display a context menu in order to select the scale.

An appointment can be added by double-clicking in the areas H or J. Its start time will depend on the location of the click relative to the scale K. For example, if the double-click occurs at the location of the letter J in the above image, the start time of the new appointment is 9:00 (or possibly 8:50).

See also the appearance of the appointment in the schedule in the options for colors.

Editing appointments

By double-clicking in H or J or click on in the context menu I,
by selecting from the list of appointments (from the A button on the previous window)
or by double-clicking or right-clicking on an existing appointment, the following window for editing appointments is displayed:











  • A: Adding an appointment.
  • B: Remove the current Appointment.
  • C: Validation of changes in current appointment or in case of adding a new appointment.
  • D: cancel changes.
  • E: contact name (required).
        Double-click in the box shows the list of already defined contacts.
        If the name in the Contact box does not match an existing one, a new contact is created automatically and the window for editing contacts  will open to enter additional information as needed.
         You can view a partial list of contacts whose name begins with the characters entered in the E input box before pressing the Enter key on the keyboard. Example, if you type BRO (or bro) in the E box before pressing Enter (or Return), the list of contacts whose name begins with BRO will be displayed.
         The choice of a contact in the full or partial list then displays its name in the E box and its telephone number (if one was indicated) in the F box.
  • F: phone number of the contact. Similar search mechanism to the one for Contact name is possible here (see E).
  • G: State of the appointment.
  • H: date and start time and end time of the appointment.
  • I: option to specify an appointment or an alert or a notice (as an absence or holidays) for the whole day.
  • J: indicator of recurrence (same effect as the K button which opens the window of recurrences).
  • K: button to display the window for determination of a recurrent appointment (how often and when should it happen again in the future):

    A
    Type of recurrence.
    B
    Every how many days it will occurs, in the case of a daily recurrence.
    C
    Date of recurrence. By default, the current date.
    D
    End of recurrence at a given date or after a certain number of times.
    E
    End date of recurrence.
    F
    Option to either keep or not the state of the appointment during the following occurrences of the initial one. If the first appointment, for example, has the Confirmed state, it will not necessarily be the case for the following ones and generally these ones will have no defined state.
    G
    Validation of information about the recurrence.
    H
    Cancel changes.

    A
    Every how many weeks (eg every three weeks) should intervene the recurrence when it is weekly.
    B
    What days of the week it should take place.

    A
    Every how many months must intervene the recurrence when it is monthly (eg every 2 months).
    B
    What day of the month should it take place (eg 5 of the month).
    C
    Order list of days of the week (first, second, etc..) In the month.
    D
    Name of the week days. Instead of Option B you can thus, using the C list, define a recurrence for the second Wednesday of every months.

    A
    What day of the month must occur the recurrence (eg 5).
    B
    What month in the year must occur the recurrence. With A, it gives eg March 5 (for each year). This is typically the recurrence option for birthdays (with A).
    C
    Order list of days of the week (first, second, etc..) in the month.
    D
    Name of the week days. Instead of Option B you can thus, using the C list, define a recurrence for the third Friday of the month.
    E
    The name of the month concerned by the recurrence defined with C and D. In the example of image above, the recurrence takes place annually on the third Friday of July.

  • L : Description or note about the appointment or alert (or even mention).

Services











  • A: To view information about the first service.
  • B: To move to the previous service.
  • C: number of the current service on the number of registered services (or mention "New service").
  • D: go to the next service.
  • E: To view the latest service.
  • F: delete the current service.
  • G: adding a service.
  • H: Validation of changes or additions.
  • I: Cancel changes.
  • J: area for a note or comment.

Consultations











  • A: To view the information on the first consultation.
  • B: Go to the previous consultation.
  • C: number of the current consultation on the number of recorded consultations (or mention "New consultation").
  • D: to go to the next visit.
  • E: displays the last consultation.
  • F: Remove the current consultation.
  • G: Adding a consultation.
  • H: Validation of changes or additions.
  • I: Cancel changes.
  • J: button access to data processing for consultation.
  • K: Contact involved in the consultation.
  • L: date of consultation. By default, the current date is displayed.
  • M: time of visit. By default, the current time is displayed.
  • N: Further information on the consultation. Double-click on the Service field to display the list of services already defined in the Services window.
  • O: area for a photo or picture on the consultation.
  • P: area for a note or comment.