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When I set effort to lets say 4d, duration is also set to 4d. So far so good.

When I now ad a resource to this task, the effort stays 4d as expected but the duration is reduced to something like <0.25 h. This probably has to do with resource settings I made but I don't know which. Any suggestions on this one...

Thanks in advance
 
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When I set effort to lets say 4d, duration is also set to 4d. So far so good.

When I now ad a resource to this task, the effort stays 4d as expected but the duration is reduced to something like <0.25 h. This probably has to do with resource settings I made but I don't know which. Any suggestions on this one...

Thanks in advance
Is the resource you're adding by any chance a staff resource with an efficienty of about 2,000%? That's about the only way I can think of to get this effect, but if you suspect it's a bug, by all means, use the "Send Feedback..." feature under the "Help" menu and send us a document.

-Tom
 
Hi Tom,

You put me on track...

When I enter a efficiency percentage for example 80 without the '%' character and press enter, Omniplan changes this in 8.000%. I guess this is where it goes wrong.
 
 


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