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{{Stamp|2016-12-27|4.1.0|1.0.7}}
 
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'''[[This page has been obsolete and is now being updated to current. See the BELOW NOT YET UPDATED message for the boundary.]]'''
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<span style="color:red";>'''This page has not been updated since 2016 and so is VERY obsolete, and is NO LONGER being updated. The FAQ is useful ONLY for historical reference and will be removed from the wiki, or its contents will be updated to current by the end of 2021.'''</span>
    
== Creating and editing a library ==
 
== Creating and editing a library ==
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Edit the relevant library &mdash; from the Libraries List screen, press the 3-dot menu from your library icon or from the library's Entries List screen, open the 3-dot menu from the upper-right corner of the screen and select '''''Edit the library'''''. Then, open the 3-dot menu inn the upper-right corner of the screen and select '''''Share''''', name the template, select the related category, and give a small description to help others.
 
Edit the relevant library &mdash; from the Libraries List screen, press the 3-dot menu from your library icon or from the library's Entries List screen, open the 3-dot menu from the upper-right corner of the screen and select '''''Edit the library'''''. Then, open the 3-dot menu inn the upper-right corner of the screen and select '''''Share''''', name the template, select the related category, and give a small description to help others.
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Additionally, within the Library Edit screen, 3-dot menu > '''''Export''''', choose a suitable name, and click Save. This creates a '''''.template''''' file which can later be transferred using a file management application.
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Additionally, within the Library Edit screen, 3-dot menu > '''''Export''''', choose a suitable name, and click '''''Save'''''. This creates a '''''.template''''' file which can later be transferred using a file management application.
    
=== Can I change the type of a field? ===
 
=== Can I change the type of a field? ===
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=== Can the value of one field affect the visibility of other fields when creating or editing an entry? ===
 
=== Can the value of one field affect the visibility of other fields when creating or editing an entry? ===
'''Yes''', if you have a field with choices (Checkbox, Single-choice list, Multiple-choice list, Radio buttons, Checkboxes), you can enable dependencies based on the choice(s). The choice field is called the '''''gating''''' field, and fields that are dependent on it are called '''''dependent''''' fields.
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'''Yes'''; if you have a field with choices (Checkbox, Single-choice list, Multiple-choice list, Radio buttons, Checkboxes), you can enable dependencies based on the choice(s). The choice field is called the '''''gating''''' field, and fields that are dependent on it are called '''''dependent''''' fields.
    
To enable dependencies, do the following in the Library Edit screen:
 
To enable dependencies, do the following in the Library Edit screen:
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Now, when the corresponding choice(s) is|are selected ('''Female''', perhaps), the previously hidden dependent field(s) become visible.
 
Now, when the corresponding choice(s) is|are selected ('''Female''', perhaps), the previously hidden dependent field(s) become visible.
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=== Can I create relationships between libraries? ===
 
=== Can I create relationships between libraries? ===
Yes (partially), when you're creating or editing a library:
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'''Yes'''; when you're creating or editing a library:
# Select field type Link to Entry
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# Add a field of type '''''Link to Entry'''''
# Within ''Advanced Parameters > Select the library''
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# Select the Link Order &mdash; many-to-many, one-to-many, or one-to-one
This allows manual selection of entries from the linked library.
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# Within '''Advanced Parameters''', select the target library
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This allows manual selection of entries from the linked library during entry creation or edit.
    
=== Can multiple fields be visible on a list of entries? ===
 
=== Can multiple fields be visible on a list of entries? ===
Yes, Memento can hold four field functions (roles) on the entry list: Entry Name, Entry Description, Entry Status & Thumbnail.<br />
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'''Yes''', an entries list row can hold four field roles: Entry Name, Entry Description, Entry Status, and Thumbnail; not all roles apply to all fields types.
Each role places the results is a specific area within the list view. The diagram shows the field layout. The default Regular Field doesn't appear on the list and can only be viewed within the individual entry card (form).
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Each role places the results is a specific area within the list view. Regular Field doesn't appear on the list and can only be viewed within the Entry View or Entry Edit card.
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See '''[[TBD]]''' for more information.
    
=== Can I attach a thumbnail to my entries? ===
 
=== Can I attach a thumbnail to my entries? ===
Yes, if you set up a field with an ''image'' type. When selected, the ''Thumbnail'' field function (role) becomes available and appears at the left side of the field layout.
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'''Yes''', if you set up an Image field in the library. When selected, the '''''Thumbnail''''' role becomes available, and the image appears at the left side of the list row.
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== Working with entries ==
 
== Working with entries ==
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=== Can I search using wildcards? ===
 
=== Can I search using wildcards? ===
 
Yes, wildcards can be used for partial word searching. By using the asterisk symbol ( * ), you can generate a wildcard search and find specific words throughout a record. <br />
 
Yes, wildcards can be used for partial word searching. By using the asterisk symbol ( * ), you can generate a wildcard search and find specific words throughout a record. <br />

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