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RE: Prelim 1.95d Testing
- To: "Support" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: RE: Prelim 1.95d Testing
- From: "Ken Clark" <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 1 Mar 1999 09:43:05 -0600
- Importance: Normal
- In-reply-to: <36D84816.A0ED9D63@techline.com>
Conclusions/Observations based on LIMITED preliminary testing:
Download works on 1-5-9 not 1-5-2 (interim releases not
Right, 1.95 download vote
center label first appeared in 1.5.3. I have fixed the
Reject blank ballot
setting not operational
Observed no change is LCD display for overvoted
races from previous releases
Right. Guy sent a
message out to support last week I think explaining that 1.95d is based on
1.94u. I assume a 1.95e will appear once the 1.94v reject behavior is
Here is some additional 1.95 testing that needs doing
- Does the minnesota
reports print in rotation order? This is the primary reason for the
1.95 release. Candidates should be printed out in the order they are
on the ballot. So you need to download two memory cards for two
precincts that have the same card style but different card rotation.
Also, what happens if you have two card rotations for different precincts on
the same memory card? This can't happen in Minnesota, but its a case
that needs testing.
- 1.95 downloads both
the Vote Center Label, and the Precinct labels. You might need to talk
to guy to test this out properly. If it doesn't already exist, get a
1.95US abasic report made up. If you print a long report (or is it
full? Whatever gives you the precinct breakdown), then you should be
able to look at the vote center label plus the labels for all the report
precincts on the memory card.
Okay, you have switched
gears to GEMS here right?
Joe Dimaggio NOT in bold - had 1 of 2 votes
All tapes, reports and
report parameters are available if needed.
Email the database to Whitman and he'll check out the bolding
problems. The rule is supposed to be that only the definate winners are
bolded. So, if there are two candidates and a vote for two, and they are
tied, then neither should be bold.
Great work Tari. You da man! (er,