Delete the AOR(s) in the main AOR table that is/are currently selected.
If you work with a large list of AORs you may wish to delete many AORs because you find that they are not observable, or have found them not to be of interest after checking them out.
To delete multiple AORs you should select the first AOR to be deleted with the mouse and then highlight them using Shift + Down/up arrow. Selecting "Delete selected AORs" from the "Edit" menu will then delete them.
|HSpot does not request confirmation of this action unless you are deleting one or more AORs within a grouping. Use it with care, although the action can be undone using the "Undo" button.|
This makes a duplicate entry of the selected AOR(s). The unique AOR label is automatically edited with the addition of 'copy' to remain unique.
This will clear all of the AORs in the AOR table from HSpot. This action is not reversible, so be sure you have saved any work you need to keep before you clear HSpot. HSpot will prompt you before deleting to check that you really want to do this.
This will clear all of the targets in the AOR table from HSpot. This action is not reversible, so be sure you have saved any work you need to keep before you clear HSpot. Again, HSpot will prompt you before deleting to check that you really want to do this.
This does nothing to the target information in the AORs in the AOR table. It only clears the target list in HSpot's memory.
This function turns the flag ON for all AORs currently in HSpot. This function is most likely to be used if you are planning to write out a subset of your AORs to a file, or are recalculating resource estimates for a subset of AORs.
This turns the flag OFF for all AORs that are not part of a Grouping or Follow-on constraint (see Chapter 20, Moving Target Visualisation ).
For all AORs that are not part of a Grouping or Follow-on constraint (see Section 16.1, “ Description ”), this turns the flag in the final column of the AOR table from OFF to ON, or ON to OFF. Once you have added Group/Follow-on constraints, HSpot won't let you turn these AORs OFF. This prevents you from saving a set of AORs and their associated constraints with 'missing' AORs because you unintentionally turned one or more of the AORs OFF. All the AORs within each constraint must be in the AOR file; otherwise, the constraint is not valid.
You can also use this flag to click on or off AORs manually, provided that they do not have a constraint by clicking on the tick mark in the final column. This allows you to de-select a number of AORs and calculate Time Estimates only for the selected ones. You can also toggle the selected/de-selected AORs using the toggle button in the "Edit" menu after manually selecting or de-selecting. As you de-select AORs, you will see the total number of AORs shown in the bottom right hand corner of the screen reduce. When you save your AORs or submit a proposal, only active AORs will be saved.
|Please note that if an AOR already has a valid time estimate, disabling the AOR will not change the calculated total time presented.|